On Wednesday, the national battle over election fraud heated up to fever pitch in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. “I want my vote to count,” said Sylvia Shoemaker. “We need to count all legitimate votes, not more, not less. All legitimate votes.”
Patriots battle for integrity in Gettysburg
A small hotel ballroom in Gettysburg saw a verbal battle as historic as the one in America’s first civil war. On Wednesday, Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate Policy Committee held a hearing that they will remember for a long time to come, but the media is trying real hard to sweep it under the rug.
For nearly three hours, Rudy Giuliani brought forth witness after witness to the blatant and illegal election fraud.
“Everything is at stake with what happened during this election cycle,” Senator Doug Mastriano declared in his opening arguments. “The republic is at stake. This is no game for us.”
In Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, they take their political duties seriously. As lead attorney Giuliani mentioned early in the proceedings, this isn’t about “voters acting improperly” This is about government bureaucrats not obeying their bosses.
The election officers have a subordinate role to the legislature. “The inferior offices of the state acted improperly.” People meant to enforce the law were breaking it.
Witness after witness testified to direct evidence of election fraud from canvassing operations which didn’t even begin to follow the law to the injection of ballots into the machines from thumb drives.
The media is covering about twelve words of it. The ones they can twist their way. The effort is so obvious it’s pitiful. The high point of the Gettysburg proceedings was when President Donald Trump called in to present testimony of his own in the form of a formal statement to the legislature on the record.
President Trump issued a formal statement
Between his legal team and his own personal statement, President Donald Trump made it crystal clear that there will not be a Biden administration because Trump won the election in a landslide.
Those gathered in Gettysburg enthusiastically agreed. The fraud and corruption can no longer be ignored. It was too widespread to cover up.
Nobody can deny that the President of the United States is an “interested party” who was grievously harmed by the illegal and unfair proceedings.
After his testimony, he thanked the legislators there in Gettysburg for their service to America. “This is going to be your crowning achievement because you’re saving our country. Thank you all very much.”
Voices from across the Commonwealth reported variations on the same themes. “I want my vote to count,” Sylvia Shoemaker testified. “We need to count all legitimate votes, not more, not less. All legitimate votes.”
Things that some poll watchers related from Gettysburg about being kept so far away from the ballots that even binoculars didn’t help were echoed by the president.
“If you were a Republican poll watcher, you were treated like a dog, and the Democrats had no problems. But they were rough. They were literally pushed out and there was rough tactics. What happened here, this is not the United States of America.” It’s time to drain the swamp.