Investigating possible fraud and corruption is the best medicine for unity

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This week as I watched a news conference from five high-powered attorneys who argued that they have proof of widespread election tampering, I wasn’t very surprised. I did wonder if there was enough to really make a difference. Here are three questions or concerns people are discussing:

  • Is there evidence of actual widespread voter fraud or tampering?
  • Why does President Donald Trump cause division by firing people, including his election cybersecurity chief?
  • Trump should just concede like Hillary and Obama did in 2016 for the good of the country.

The Trump team has 11,000 complaints and 500 sworn affidavits signed under penalty of perjury, which is firsthand evidence that now has to be presented in court and judged. It doesn’t include the Dominion fraud charges from attorney Sydney Powell’s team. It also doesn’t include the many other lawsuits that are being filed by individuals across the country.

Trey Trainor, chair of the Federal Elections Commission, has gone on the record several times since Nov. 3, recently telling Just The News that there is a significant amount of evidence pointing to fraud and irregularities.

“The massive amounts of affidavits that we see in these cases show that there was in fact fraud that took place,” he said.

That is why Trump fired his own cyber elections chief. He obviously failed.

There have been some counties that have reported 350% turnout – that means every person of every age would have voted three times.

There are reports of thousands of clean, unfolded ballots – supposedly mail in ballots with no folds? – that were 100% for Joe Biden and were allegedly brought in through back doors from Biden/Harris vans during the night. Sounds too nefarious, but it warrants investigation.

For more information, check out this Nevada news conference with the former Nevada attorney general who reported fraud:

I have read three different data scientists reporting election results across the country that are literally impossible. For example, a data scientist in Pennsylvania flagged around 90,000 votes. Voters surveyed said they did not request absentee ballots, despite records showing that they did. A data scientist says about 90,000 ballots may have been requested by someone other than these people themselves. Meanwhile, about the same number of ballots were returned but not counted.

Then there is the question of whether Dominion software and voting machines are safe and secure and whether they can be manipulated.

The Texas Secretary of State investigated Dominion three times and rejected it because it wasn’t secure and was open to fraud and manipulation.

For more information, visit

Others have uncovered ties between Dominion leadership and Antifa as reported in the first four minutes of this video. The Dominion executive told Antifa members not to worry about Trump being reelected because they are taking care of it. Giuliani also alluded to this conversation during the news conference recently. For more information, visit

In addition, those five high-powered attorneys put their reputations, livelihoods and family wealth on the line in that news conference, alleging crimes against the Democrats and Dominion. They could be sued into financial ruin. Because they have decades of experience, I doubt they would be careless. I also don’t see why they would risk everything if it wasn’t substantial enough to change the outcome of the election.

I respect the previous work of Rudy Giuliani. As mayor, he cleaned up New York City, applied the “broken windows theory” to clean up the town, reduce crime, drugs and prostitution, the subways and bringing in prosperity. Also, as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York he led the 1980s federal prosecution of New York mafia bosses. He’s a smart, tough prosecutor.

Powell has practiced law in the Fifth Federal Circuit for decades. She was lead counsel in more than 500 federal appeals – 350 of them as an assistant U.S. attorney and appellate section chief in the Western and Northern Districts of Texas. She is a past president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers and the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit, and a member of the American Law Institute. It was from her experience in several of her cases that she flipped to a defense attorney because she saw the need for clients’ defense from a corrupt Department of Justice, and she took two years off to write a book called “Licensed to Lie” because of the government corruption she saw. She is an expert at fighting government corruption.

The voter fraud possibilities were also being testified about by Democrats Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar in Congress a few years ago. They were talking specifically about Dominion. It was more than just Trump over the last four years.

Shiva Ayyadurai, Ph.D., a computer scientist at MIT, who helped invent email, recently won a lawsuit against Massachusetts after they destroyed all the digital copies of ballots in the election which was illegal. He also figured out that the voting software was programmed to cheat during his election. Find more information in this video:

Someone close to me said, “Trump beat Hillary in 2016 by a smaller margin than Biden beat Trump this month and Hillary won the popular vote. She conceded that night and Obama started the transfer of power. Trump should just concede already for the good of the country.”

The fact is that it was far from a friendly transition in 2016, and while the popular vote was close, Trump won the electoral votes by a landslide, 304 to Clinton’s 227.

Then Hillary Clinton, the DNC, former President Barack Obama and the FBI all started Crossfire Hurricane – fake Russia allegations – to bring down Trump because they never thought he would win. That’s not partisan rhetoric, it’s all documented, and there is ample evidence that it all started from the Hillary campaign and the fake Russian Dossier was paid for by Hillary and the DNC. There is a constant stream of exculpatory evidence for Trump and Michael Flynn being released from the FBI, CIA and DOJ now. It was a setup. And, she told Biden in October to never concede if it looked like he lost.

Best case scenario is that Trump is a bad loser. Worst case scenario is that we do have widespread voter fraud or interference. That conflict needs to be played out, just like in 2000 when 35 days were spent investigating the Bush/Gore ballots in Florida. No one complained as far as I can remember.

The most healing and healthy situation for our country is not to stick our heads in the sand, but to follow the rule of law, the Constitution and find the truth. Only then can we have a healthy outcome. If there is voter fraud happening, we need to prove it and prosecute it. Then we need to shore up our voting system so that it’s not old and open to cyber fraud.

As far as Trump firing people, I believe he hasn’t fired enough people fast enough. There are so many snakes in the grass you can hardly keep up. I’d start with Christopher Wray, the head of the FBI.

Trump has been openly divisive with the democrats and the media, but they have been at all-out war with him since before he was in office. He’s fighting against corruption at every level and the media is complicit. If it turns out our elections are free and fair, then our new president will be former Vice President Joe Biden. If there is a problem and we investigate and prosecute it and fix it, then we will be much better off in the long run whether Biden or Trump wins. If our elections are compromised and we don’t do anything about it “for the sake of unity” we will lose our country to thieves and liars.