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#StopTheSteal or What?



"This may be the most important speech I've ever made...."


Yes, it may be, but there is something left unspoken...

Everyone who knows anything about elections in the USA will tell you that this election was "stolen" through a combination of voter fraud, human/electronic ballot stuffing and unconstitutional changes to the process at a state level. No “proof” is required because all the relevant parties - the decision makers who could correct this travesty by overturning the Electoral College certifications of the polluted swing states - already know what happened and why. The GOP leadership wants Trump out with MAGA destroyed and that Republican establishment is willing to lose the House, Senate and Presidency (all of which they won in the 2020 election) to make that happen. Prove the fraud all you want POTUS but don’t be too upset when none of the GOP leadership at the Federal or State level ignore the proof and toss you out of the White House.

The Senate majority leader listened to the most important speech that Trump has ever made and after thinking about it for a microsecond gave his answer:
"I'm finishing 36 years in the Senate and I've cast a lot of big votes. And in my view, just my view," McConnell said, "this is will be the most consequential I have ever cast."

Oh yes, Cocaine Mitch, this is a big one. This IS the most consequential vote you or any of your filthy, degenerate colleagues in the World’s Greatest Deliberative Body will take.  I don’t know what will happen on January 6th in Washington DC but if the HVAC repairman I was talking to in my local gun store on Christmas Eve morning is at the #StopTheSteal rally then there’s a good chance Mitch McConnell will be dragged out of the Senate chamber by his eye sockets and brutally executed on the Capitol Steps. I guess I’ll just wait and see what happens next.



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