There is overwhelming evidence of widespread voter fraud in Democrat controlled swing states that may have swung the election from the rightful winner, GOP Donald Trump, to Democrat Joe Biden.
Some obvious steps would go a long way to settle doubts and suspicions and, just as importantly, would remove the shadow looming over Biden and the next four years:
The U.S. Department of Justice could conduct an immediate forensic audit of Dominion Voting Systems voting machines used in the election.
The DOJ and the FBI could conduct an intensive investigation of reports of ballot stuffing on a massive scale.
What is more important to the nation than insuring the right to vote was not compromised by malevolent actors in the United States and abroad?
Polls show that a third of Democrats and most Republicans suspect the election was stolen. What impact will their suspicions have going forward if they are ignored? It will grievously harm civic life in America for many years, and will utterly destroy respect for American laws and institutions.
Exhaustive testimony and evidence of election fraud was produced at a day-long hearing before GOP legislators in AZ on Monday.
But that didn’t stop AZ election officials, and GOP Gov. Doug Ducey, from certifying the state’s election results, which handed Democrat Joe Biden a narrow 10,457 lead over GOP President Donald Trump.
Like other evidence of improprieties, the hearing was largely ignored by media, which continues to declare there is no widespread election fraud.
Trump attended the hearing via telephone and claimed he won AZ, MI, GA, PA and WI. “They played games like nobody has ever seen before. This is the first time anyone has fought back. “
Trump criticized Ducey for “rushing” to certify the election so Democrat Mark Kelley could step into the role of U.S. Senator as soon as possible. “Why sign when the hearings show corruption and fraud?” Trump asked. “AZ won’t forget what Ducey has done.”
Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani, who was present at the hearing, said Ducey failed to respond to his request to meet with him.
At the end of the hearing, Giuliani estimated witnesses had raised questions about almost 827,00 votes cast in Arizona, many cast without any review by Republicans. “We don’t even know if these people exist,” he said.
Giuliani called upon the AZ legislature to refuse to approve the certification of the vote. “Just be a man, or a woman. Not a sniveling coward,” he urged.