Rigging the Election?

Honestly, if you wanted to APPEAR that you were not RIGGING an election, why would you CHOOSE to ACT exactly like people who are TRYING to RIG an election? Think about it!

In 2016, remember the battle cry of Democrats, “Russia interfered in the election. We will not accept the integrity of the results.” And now in 2020, they cry, “How dare you raise questions about election integrity?” The hypocrisy is pretty astounding!

In a bit of irony, the radical left controlled media and their allies spent the last four years delegitimizing and trying to overthrow the President from office. Now suddenly want to declare a new president before all legal votes have even been counted.

Historically, today is the 103rd-anniversary of the Bolshevik Coup — known as “Red October” (November 7th). Source: Wikipedia ( https://worthylinks.com/4oz ).

Amazingly, the NY Times posted, the other day, ‘the role of declaring the winner of a presidential election in the U.S. falls to the news media. [ https://worthylinks.com/4oA ]. Can someone please send me the section of the U.S. Constitution where the media has this right to pick the winner? Thanks, I missed it when studying in my U.S. history class.

The U.S. election is far from over. As lawsuits are brought across the country will require disclosure — and with disclosure comes light! Light is used to disinfect … hopefully we’ll know the truth of what happened within the month. Until then, don’t get all worked up — be at peace and realize that Jesus NEVER left HIS THRONE!

Enjoy LIFE … GO TO SERVICES … it appears the COVID lockdown is OVER! ;)

Until next time …

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