THE DAILY REFORMER (NEW YORK, UNITED STATES)
If we don’t get to the bottom of this massive fraud, Americans will never have free and fair elections again, and we’ll never have confidence in any election, to boot.
It’s so painfully and embarrassingly obvious that Biden did not win the most historic political landslide of our country’s history.
Give me a damn break, seriously.
That’s a joke and it’s ironically further proof of this fraud.
The Dems went too far. They wanted to put their finger on the scale, but instead, the whole damn party sat on it and tilted the results so far in favor of a corrupt, do-nothing man with a raging case of Alzheimer’s that it made the steal look even more obvious.
I said all along, that the Dems would do anything win. But I didn’t think they’d be able to pull off massive cheating like this.
They proved me wrong, but I don’t think they’ll get away with it. They can’t.
But they’re desperate. They couldn’t lose this election…they would do anything under the sun to win.
But as I said earlier, Americans are rightfully skeptical…Not just skeptical – we’re downright appalled at this blatant steal….and this image that Eric Trump tweeted out perfectly sums up the entire 2020 fiasco in one brilliant photo.
Take a look below…THIS is exactly what nobody believes Joe Biden won.
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) November 16, 2020
President Trump is currently fighting hard and he deserves his day in court. He’s representing all of us.
So, we need to stay the course and fight right alongside him.
This election will go to the courts and I believe we will win.
Don’t give up and don’t give in.
We didn’t fight this hard for 5 years to roll over when the Deep State strikes.
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