The 2020 election was stolen from Trump, no question about it, and it was due to a massive amount of ballots being cast illegally.
In addition to blatant violations of laws barring so-called "ballot harvesting" -- that is, one person rounding up dozens of ballots and casting them on behalf of voters -- hundreds of thousands of ballots were cast using outdated voter registration lists because most counties around the country do not do a very good job keeping their lists up to date, which they are required to do under federal law.
As such, a group in Arizona -- a state Biden 'won' by only a few thousand votes in 2020 -- was formed to keep an eye on drop boxes to make sure that people were not stuffing them again with illegal ballots, and a federal judge just ruled they have every right to do so.
A federal judge Friday refused to bar a group from monitoring outdoor ballot boxes in Arizona’s largest county where watchers have shown up armed and in ballistic vests, saying to do so could violate the monitors’ constitutional rights.
U.S. District Court Judge Michael Liburdi said the case remained open and that the Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans could try again to make its argument against a group calling itself Clean Elections USA. A second plantiff, Voto Latino, was removed from the case.
Liburdi noted in his ruling that “while this case certainly presents serious questions, the Court cannot craft an injunction without violating the First Amendment.”
Some voters claimed that members of Clean Elections USA were intimidating them, but there is no evidence to suggest the group's members have done anything wrong. Arizona law requires election monitors to remain 75 feet away from polling stations, and yet, the lawsuit did not allege that group members were violating the statute.
“Plaintiffs have not provided the Court with any evidence that Defendants’ conduct constitutes a true threat,” the judge wrote. “On this record, Defendants have not made any statements threatening to commit acts of unlawful violence to a particular individual or group of individuals.”
The Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans said it was disappointed by the decision. “We continue to believe that Clean Elections USA’s intimidation and harassment is unlawful,” it said, adding it would “seek immediate appellate review and emergency relief," the organization said in a statement.
Regardless, there is plenty of evidence that the elections were stolen using illegal ballots.
In May, a documentary film by Dinesh D’Souza featuring highly experienced election analysts who use both data and video proves beyond any reasonable doubt that Democrats conspired to pull off the greatest election theft in the history of our country. And worse, unless Republican legislatures in key battleground states do more to secure elections moving forward, this will happen again and again until our elections become completely meaningless.
A Twitter thread posted the week the film dropped summed up the details of the film [which you can watch here — click for the details] as well as why it is impossible to come to any conclusion other than Trump’s victory was taken from him.
Here is the trailer:
“Just saw #2000Mules. Why is it devastating? Because #TrueTheVote’s Catherine Engelbrecht teamed up w/a guy who’s run election data for 40 years. What did they do? They bought publicly available cell phone data & asked some very simple questions," the Twitter thread explained.
A press release noted:
True the Vote spent $2 million to buy publicly available cell phone data that can pinpoint an individual’s location to within a few inches. They then narrowed their search to targets that began visiting drop boxes and NGO offices during the early voting weeks leading up to November 3rd, activity that was contrary to their prior “pattern of life.” In Georgia, the threshold was at least two dozen trips to drop boxes and five visits to a non-profit.
The 2020 election was stolen. The proof is there for anyone with an open mind to see. No wonder groups are forming to watch ballot boxes.