To the editor:
First, I want to say a big “thank you” to Naomi Luekema for the well-written letter that was printed about a month ago.
In the aftermath of the fraudulent Nov. 3 election, I want to say that I totally agree with Mr. Biden when he said, “We have to put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”
Wow! Very true!!
Here are some astounding reports from Liberty Council — 14,000 dead people voted in Detroit — “After the last absentee ballots were received, tens of thousands more arrived at the TCF Center unsecured and without envelopes. Every ballot was attributed only to Democratic candidates.” Why? “Ballots were duplicated by hand and poll challengers were prohibited from observing.” Why? And the list goes on.
In fact, according to a Rasmussen poll, 1 out of 3 Democrats even believe that fraud was taking place in swing states!
In spite of all the fraud, the Biden team and their buddies in the liberal news media are trying feverishly to propel their candidate into the White House by repeating their largely baseless claims of a fair and honest election. They are also trying to slant the picture by hypocritically accusing the Trump team of attempting to “subvert the election.” Prime example of psychological projection: accusing others of what you are guilty of yourself.
Many of the social media giants have also gotten on the bandwagon of truth suppression and propagation of falsehood.
It’s like a breath of fresh air to have a president like Mr. Trump in the Oval Office who calls out the liberal news media for what it is — enemies of the people.
One more thing, this Dominion voting system has ties with a company called Smartmatic, who has a history of election manipulation. It’s high time that we get rid of this electronic voting business, and completely go back to paper ballots.
As the truth comes out more and more, I hope that what actually happened will become clear to all! Stay informed and get involved.
For more info, please visit lc.org and the thenewamerican.com.
Editor’s note: Former Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency director Chris Krebs spoke to Congress about the integrity of the Nov. 3 election.
“There are a number of different computers, systems, machines involved in the entirety of the election process from registration to ballot design to ballot printing to actual voting, to tabulation,” Krebs said in response to Sen. Ron Johnson asking about technologies used in the voting process. “But election officials are very careful that technology is not a single point of failure and that there are security controls before, during and after the process. As long as you have the paper — you can’t hack paper — you can run that process.”
In a statement he read prior to answering questions, he addressed claims of changed votes.
“Do systems have vulnerabilities? Yes. But vulnerabilities do not automatically translate into hacked systems and votes changed,” Krebs said. “Appropriate resilience measures built into election systems mean that with reliable paper and meaningful post-election canvassing and auditing that can repeatedly confirm outcomes, voters can still have confidence in the process.”