- Former US Special Forces Jeremy Brown’s narrated video/audio of FBI agents attempting to recruit him as an undercover agent for Jan. 6th protest. Brown refused, is now in jail awaiting Jan. 6th misdemeanor charges, never entered Capitol building. Recently new charges have been added of having secret military documents from the past (Tampa Bay Times: “Feds say Jan. 6 defendant held old secret military documents.”) (FBI interaction starts here at 17:00 minutes)
- FBI Expands prosecutable Jan. 6 suspects to large swath of “restricted grounds” outside Capitol building (Map of new “restricted grounds,” Source: FBI Jeremy Brown complaint)
- Politico: “Court orders Jan. 6 defense lawyer disbarred”
- Antifa provocateur John Sullivan brags about buying MAGA hat and urging protesters into Capitol (Video) Sullivan giving speech at BLM rally
- Set of Capitol Doors Could Only be Buzzed Open From Inside by Capitol Police on 1/6 (Epoch Times)
Off the Bat, Jan. 6 Committee Edits Trump Speech to Omit Words “Patriotically and Peacefully,” 2020 Fraud Evidence Remains Undebunked
2020 Fraud Evidence Remains Undebunked
Despite a concerted, incessant campaign in the media and in other quarters to proclaim the charge of a stolen 2020 election thoroughly “debunked,” a close look at some of the debunks shows them to be woefully inadequate.
For example, on the surprise dumps of ballots all for Biden in Michigan and Wisconsin in the wee hours of the morning, the thrust of the counter argument is that the huge batches were not in fact all for Biden.
But this flies directly in the face of what a vertical line in a graph means, that all the ballots in the count are for one candidate.
The Reuters “fact check” “Vote spikes in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania do not prove election fraud” concludes:
“The vote spikes did occur, but they were not only Biden votes and can be explained by pro-Biden county vote dumps and a clerical error.”
The debunk attempts to wave a wand and make what is so, that a vertical line means votes for only on candidate, no longer be so.
Of the middle of the night Biden ballot dumps, a Michigan State Legislature committee led by Republicans issued a report which pleaded merely, employing a circular logic, that evidence is not really evidence, writing:
“like many of the other theories proposed as evidence of fraud, does not constitute actual evidence on its own”
But if 100,000 votes all for one candidate added in the middle of the night is not “evidence,” what is?
Interestingly, on Nov. 4, 2020 AP published a different chart in which there were no vote “spikes” for Biden. But the debunks acknowledge that the vote spikes “did occur.” The debunks begin contradicting each other, not able to settle on a single story.
AP Chart of Michigan vote totals (Click for larger image)
Death Threats to Michigan GOP Election Results Certifiers Never Reported by Media
Furthermore in Michigan, it has never been disputed, disproven, or debunked that Wayne County (Detroit) GOP certification officials wished to recant their votes to certify the results after revealing that they and their families were threatened to approve the election results. One official, chairwoman of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers Monica Palmer, received text photos of dead, naked women with messages threatening her daughter.
Besides obligatory coverage in the local Detroit News, the criminal threats in Michigan were never mentioned in national news, and the key swing state of Michigan was certified.
As controversy over the 2020 election dragged on, Federal Election Commissioner Trey Trainor said “fraud is taking place.”
“2000 Mules” “Debunks” Fall Flat
Almost before it even hit the theaters Dinesh D’Souza’s now famous 2020 election documentary 2000 Mules was under attack. But despite assertions in media that the film has been “debunked,” it has not.
The film presents evidence of ballot drop-box stuffing in key states, on an enormous scale, enough to change the outcome of the 2020 election.
To take one example of the flimsy nature of the so-called debunks of the film, “debunker Greg Palast asserts that the film maintains that “92,670 ballots were stuffed illegally into drop boxes” in Fulton County, Georgia, even though Fulton County had only “79,000 ballots cast in drop boxes.” But the 92,670 ballots referred to in the film were for all of Georgia, not just Fulton County. The below excerpt from the film shows the researchers discussing a massive discrepancy in Gwinnent County.
Similarly, Palast alleges that the film claims that mules “stuffed 226,590 ballots into Detroit area drop boxes, way more than the total number of all mail-in ballots .” But the film never alleges this. The 226,590 figure includes all of Michigan counties examined, not just Wayne County, the seat of Detroit.
These factual errors on the part of well-known liberal reporter Palast betrays either poor comprehension of the film, which would dismiss his entire “debunk,” or a deliberate attempt to deceive.
In the below video D’Souza addresses the Reuters “debunk” of his film point by point.
In Georgia, anti “conspiracy theory” media rally around the point that a full manual signature verification of ballots was conducted of Cobb County, supposedly in response to Trump demands for signature match. But again, in election official slipperiness that seems to know no bounds, the most suspicious county was Fulton County (Atlanta.) Trump tweeted at the time: “When are we going to be allowed to do signature verification in Fulton County…?”
To date no full signature matching in Fulton County has been performed. Instead, Democratic prosecutors are seizing on a call Trump made to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in which he said “I have to find 12,000 votes,” taking it to mean Trump was urging dishonestly rather than urging Raffensperger to find the fraud.
It becomes fairly clear, upon close and open-minded examination, that a “newscaster” insisting that something has been “debunked,” doesn’t mean that it has been.
Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza Defends 2000 Mules, Addressing Reuters “Debunk” Point by Point
Part II (view at Bitchute)