We Were WARNED…Whistleblower Testified Democrats Would Steal 15mil Votes

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Democrats have known about voter fraud for years. In 2019, one Democrat testified that big tech manipulated 2.6 million votes in favor of Hillary Clinton. Many voters think this election was a Trump landslide if it wasn’t for voter fraud.

Democrats knew all along

The mainstream media along with big tech are working overtime trying to dismiss President Trump’s allegations of voter fraud. Every time you turn on the big networks you will hear the talking heads bashing Trump’s “baseless claims” and “conspiracy theories.” Even some treasonous Republicans are joining in, saying Trump is a threat to Democracy for trying to push this crazy narrative. But is it really that crazy?

Democrats have been aware of these problems for years. In 2019, four Democrat Senators sent a formal complaint to Dominion Voting Systems expressing their concern about faulty equipment susceptible to vote switching. “In 2018 alone, voters in South Carolina were reporting machines that switched their votes after they’d inputted them, scanners were rejecting paper ballots in Missouri, and busted machines were causing long lines in Indiana,” the letter reads. “In addition, researchers recently uncovered previously undisclosed vulnerabilities in nearly three dozen backend election systems in 10 states.”

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More witnesses come forward

In 2019, a Democrat came forward to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee where he claimed that Google shifted 2.6 million votes to Hillary Clinton. The witness, Dr. Robert Epstein, predicted “In 2020, if all these companies support the same candidate, there are 15 million votes on the line that can be shifted without people’s knowledge and without leaving a paper trail for authorities to trace.”

That’s a shocking prediction that seemed to come true. As of right now, Fox News has Joe Biden at 80 million votes to Trump’s 74 million.

We all witnessed how Twitter was placing content warnings on Trump’s tweets, limiting his reach and trying to delegitimize him leading up to the election. These same tech companies warned Americans that the election results “could take weeks.” But now they’re all eager to see President Trump concede.

Dr. Epstein also said that Facebook did an experiment in 2010 when they sent a reminder to 60 million Democrats to go out and vote and it had a massive effect on voter turn out.

Then he went on to say, “In 2020 you can bet these companies are going to go all out. The methods they are using are invisible and more powerful than anything we’ve ever seen.” A handful of Left-wing Silicon Valley billionaires can easily shift elections with a few clicks of a button.

That’s why many are saying these social media companies have gotten too big and need to be regulated by the Government.


Multiple outlets: Lara Trump, Mark Meadows eyeing NC Senate seat in 2022

Multiple outlets have reported on Thursday and Friday that Lara Trump and Mark Meadows are both weighing runs for one of North Carolina’s U.S. Senate seats in 2022, according to people familiar with their plans. This comes after Sen. Richard Burr (R) recently announced that he would not seek re-election, closing the book on what has been a 15-year career in the Senate.

A source familiar with the plans of President Donald Trump‘s daughter-in-law, who has reportedly discussed them directly with her, told Fox News on Friday that Lara Trump is “interested and exploring” a possible run. Trump is married to the president’s third child, Eric, and hails from the state, after whom she named one of her children Carolina.

The source told Fox News that Trump should “automatically be considered formidable,” saying that she has deep roots in North Carolina and was a frequent presence for President Trump’s campaigns there in 2016 and in 2020.

“The president gave her the responsibility of winning North Carolina in 2016 and in 2020 — she did it both times,” the source said, adding that she’s a “household name” and that she’s “well-known among the Republican Party.”

“Were she to run, she should be considered an immediate front runner,” the source also said.

“She’s very charismatic, she understands retail politics well, and has a natural instinct for politics,” Mercedes Schlapp told the NYT

Mercedes Schlapp, an adviser to President Trump’s 2020 campaign who crisscrossed the country as a surrogate alongside Ms. Trump, told the New York Times, who was the first to report the news on Thursday, that Trump has a lot of potential. Schlapp also said that Ms. Trump was a “household name,” but it is not clear if she is the same source who spoke to Fox News the day after.

“She’s very charismatic, she understands retail politics well, and has a natural instinct for politics,” she said. “In North Carolina, in particular, she’s a household name and people know her. She worked really hard on the campaign and was very involved in a lot of decisions throughout.”

Kellyanne Conway, a former White House official and the Trump campaign manager in 2016, shared a similar sentiment with The Times about Ms. Trump’s potential to make headway in a potential senatorial campaign.

“She would be formidable,” she said. “She has the trifecta: She can raise money, raise awareness of key issues and raise attention to her race. Unlike many typical politicians, she connects with people and is a compelling messenger.”

Before entering politics, she was a television producer for “Inside Edition“ and also worked as a professional chef and a personal trainer.

Meadows, President Trump’s chief of staff, is reportedly considering the Senate seat too, multiple outlets say. Before joining the Trump administration earlier this year, Meadows was a member of the House of Representative from North Carolina since 2013.

Speculation about a potential candidacy from him garnered significantly less attention than that surrounding Ms. Trump. In most articles from major outlets, he was often only mentioned in a single paragraph or sentence whereas Trump has had entire articles dedicated to her and a possible campaign.

A GOP insider who is involved with Senate races told Fox News in the same Friday article that Meadows is pondering a run for the soon-to-be-vacant seat. Neither Meadows nor his staff have spoken publicly about the current speculation surrounding his political future.

You can follow Douglas Braff on Twitter @Douglas_P_Braff.


Leading Socialist Democrats Receive The BAD NEWS

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Democrats are fighting amongst themselves after a series of election losses. Joe Biden is turning his back on some of the more radical Left leaning members of the party. Many fear that outspoken Socialists are hurting the Democrats plans for reelection.

America rejects Socialism

The presidential election is turning out to be a major debacle. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits contesting the vote in several battleground states. Joe Biden may end up in the White House in January, but there is still some good news to report.

The Republicans won some major victories in the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate will remain majority Republican. The GOP didn’t take control of the House, but they did unseat several Democratic incumbents and made some major gains setting the score at D-219 to R-203.

The lost elections in the House has sparked Democrat infighting, with many pointing fingers at who’s to blame. Abigail Spanberger is a more moderate Democrat from Virginia who just barely won her election against Republican challenger Nick Freitas.

Spanberger thinks the Democrats should have won big, but radical Left-wing Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are hurting them in the polls. Spanberger specifically points to the defund the police movement and the Green New Deal as two policies that many voters on the Left don’t agree with. “No one should say ‘defund the police’ ever again,” said Spanberger. “Nobody should be talking about Socialism.”

AOC is punching back, saying that her party is not progressive enough. However, she acknowledged that now is not the time for infighting. When asked about a possible role in the Biden administration, AOC said, “Oh God. In any other country, Joe Biden and I would not be in the same party, but in America, we are. It’s going to be more important than ever for us to work together and not fight each other.”

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Democrats blame each other

Some leading Democrats are aware of the problem. Many quietly acknowledge that far Left party members such as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are hurting them on the national stage.

The two former presidential candidates have been ruled out of having cabinet positions in the Biden administration. Sanders and Warren are outspoken Democratic Socialists who are calling for taxpayer funded “free” college and socialized health care.

They also support the Green New Deal, which proposes tax rates as high as 70%. House Rep. Spanberger warns Democrats that they will get “torn apart” in upcoming elections if they continue to rally around these far Left causes. She’s right.

The majority of Americans reject Socialism. The midterm elections are only a few years away and angry Trump supporters will get their revenge by voting these Socialist Democrats out of office.


HUGE Senate Win!

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The presidential election is still undecided but Republicans had some notable wins in the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate will remain majority Republican. The Democrats still control the House, but their lead is closing.

Republicans hold the Senate

Trump supporters had their worst fears come true this week when they watched Joe Biden pass the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidential election. That race is far from over and despite Trump’s confidence on Twitter, many on team MAGA are hesitant to celebrate just yet.

We must remain optimistic, but even if Trump does lose this election it was still a win for many Republicans across the country. Republicans kept control of the Senate and picked up six seats in the House of Representatives.

The Democrats still hold the majority, but the tide is turning. Republicans were able to take back many of the gains the Democrats made in 2016. Two Democrat incumbents in Miami lost their seats to Republican challengers and the state of Florida voted for Trump as well.

In North Carolina, Democrat Cal Cunningham conceded in his race against Republican Senator Thom Thillis. Cunningham released a statement congratulating Senator Tillis on his victory.

“The voters have spoken and I respect their decision. While the results of this election suggest there remain deep political divisions in our state and nation, the more complete story of our country lies in what unites us: our faith and sense of confidence in our democracy, our civic values and common humanity, our shared aspiration to care for one another, and our belief that we live in a country that does exceptional things.”

Cunningham lost his race by approximately 95,000 votes. The polls showed Tillis trailing behind Cunningham prior to the election, but that quickly changed when a new scandal came to light.

Cunningham admitted to exchanging sexually explicit text messages with a woman who was not his wife. Cunningham, a married father of two, was also accused of having affairs with two other women.

This scandal apparently turned the tide and lost him the race. North Carolina has been brutal on incumbent Senators in the past, often voting them out after one term. Thom Tillis managed to hang on to his seat this time. Another victory for the Right.


North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis Wins Re-election, Putting Senate At 49-48 For Republicans

Republican Sen. Thom Tillis will keep his North Carolina U.S. Senate seat after his Democrat challenger Cal Cunningham conceded the election on Tuesday afternoon. Tillis’s victory puts the GOP one step closer to control of the Senate with 49-48 seats, and three races still uncalled.

Tillis lead Cunningham in the vote tally by approximately 95,000 votes.

“I just called Senator Tillis to congratulate him on winning re-election to a second term in the U.S. Senate and wished him and his family the best in their continued service in the months and years ahead,” Cunningham wrote.

“The voters have spoken and I respect their decision,” he added.

Despite Cunningham’s concession, the Associated Press refused to call the race for Tillis saying that the margin is “too close” for an accurate projection. AP was one of the two major news outlets that called Arizona, a continually tightening race, on Election Night.

Pollsters were also wrong about which way the North Carolina Senate seat would swing.

Tillis’s victory follows the leak of text messages in October showing that Cunningham was involved in an alleged extramarital affair over the summer with public relations strategist Arlene Guzman Todd.

While Cunningham issued an apology to his supporters, shortly after the scandal broke, the Senate Leadership Fund began a series of advertisements highlighting Cunningham’s affair.

Some mainstream media outlets such as The Washington Post wrote off the scandal as something that wouldn’t damage his ability to unseat the GOP incumbent, but the toll may have been higher than initially thought.

In October, North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper was caught on a hot mic telling former Vice President Joe Biden that, despite Cunningham’s “frustrating” sex scandals, Democrats would drag him “across the line.”

Tillis released a statement on Tuesday celebrating his win, which pushes the GOP closer to keeping its control of the Senate majority.

“This was a hard-fought campaign and I wish nothing but the best to Cal and his family going forward,” Tillis said. “I am incredibly humbled by the chance to serve the people of North Carolina in the United States Senate for six more years and I pledge to continue keeping my promises and delivering results.”

Tillis also pledged to continue working toward COVID-19 recovery.

“I know that my job is fighting for the jobs of the hardworking people of our state, which is why my first post-election priority will be defeating COVID-19 and getting the economy back on track,” he said. “North Carolinians have a solid record of weathering storms and coming back stronger than ever. I am confident that we all can come together and meet this moment and am ready to get to work.”

Despite Tillis’s victory, votes in the Tarheel state will continue to be counted through Thursday including those that will determine the outcome of the presidential race, which Trump leads former Vice President Joe Biden by just under 75,000 votes.


Senate INQUIRY into GOOGLE: Only ‘liberal field agents received vote reminders’ before the election

November 5, 2020

Listen to “Rep. Andy Biggs: Don’t be surprised if this election goes to the SCOTUS” on Spreaker.

Two top GOP Senators sent a letter to Google LLC Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai Thursday, questioning the platforms actions during the 2020 presidential elections, and noting that despite its promises to stay neutral the company sent voting reminders to only “liberal field agents” but not to conservatives.

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., along with Senator’s Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Mike Lee, R-Utah, informed Pichai that they were aware that an academic monitoring project gathered evidence that Google was sending out voter reminder messages to liberals and not conservatives. The story was first reported Thursday and Google has until November 12 at 5 p.m. to answer the inquiry by the Senators.

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Google sent out these reminders to Democrats despite testimony given to Congress that it was not biased.

I sent materials about the monitoring project to Ebony Bowden, a reporter at the New York Post, who was writing a story about the project. I did so knowing that all nypost.com emails are shared with algorithms and employees at Google.

Dr. Robert Epstein

In a letter to Pichai the Senators stated that “on August 6, 2020, Senators Ron Johnson and Mike Lee wrote you regarding your testimony to the House Committee on the Judiciary in which you stated, ‘We won’t do any work, you know, to politically tilt anything one way or the other. It’s against our core values’ In your response to the letter, you reiterated this assertion and further stated, “Google does not modify any products, including Search, to promote a particular political viewpoint…[we] will not do so for the upcoming 2020 presidential election.”

However, on Nov. 4, 2020, Johnson spoke with Dr. Robert Epstein. He asked Epstein if he had determined if his 2020 Election monitoring of Google’s activities uncovered anything suspicious or anything that would be considered politically motivated.

Unfortunately, as we’ve seen in this election is that our media organizations and “Big Tech” worked in concert to ensure that the Democrats would be favored. These massive entities were extraordinary effective at targeting President Donald Trump and those who support him and they have done so from the beginning.

According to the letter to Pichai, this is what Dr. Epstein reported to the Senate:

“In our election monitoring project this year, we recruited a politically-diverse group of 733 field agents in Arizona, Florida, and North Carolina. Through their computers, we were able to preserve more than 400,000 ephemeral experiences that tech companies use to shift opinions and votes and that normally are lost forever.

One of our most disturbing findings so far is that between Monday, October 26th (the day our system became fully operational) and Thursday, October 29th, only our liberal field agents received vote reminders on Google’s home page. Conservatives did not receive even a single vote reminder. This kind of targeting, if present nationwide, could shift millions of votes, in part because Google’s home page is seen 500 million times a day in the U.S.

In our election monitoring project this year, we recruited a politically-diverse group of 733 field agents in Arizona, Florida, and North Carolina. Through their computers, we were able to preserve more than 400,000 ephemeral experiences that tech companies use to shift opinions and votes and that normally are lost forever.

One of our most disturbing findings so far is that between Monday, October 26th (the day our system became fully operational) and Thursday, October 29th, only our liberal field agents received vote reminders on Google’s home page. Conservatives did not receive even a single vote reminder. This kind of targeting, if present nationwide, could shift millions of votes, in part because Google’s home page is seen 500 million times a day in the U.S.

The good news is that it appears that we got Google to stop this manipulation four days before Election Day. On Thursday, October 29th, I sent materials about the monitoring project to Ebony Bowden, a reporter at the New York Post, who was writing a story about the project. I did so knowing that all nypost.com emails are shared with algorithms and employees at Google.”

You can follow Sara A Carter on Twitter @SaraCarterDC



Quinnipiac’s Pollster Refuses To Say Whether He’ll Resign After Botching 2020 Election Polls

The pollsters were wrong again and Quinnipiac University was at the top of the supposedly reliable polling organizations list for making erroneous predictions.

While Quinnipiac has often been viewed as a dependable polling resource, the organization completely failed in their diagnoses of many key battleground states during Tuesday’s election.

Even though the pollsters predicted that Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden had a 5-point lead in Florida on Monday, President Donald J. Trump won the state on Election Night by approximately 3 percentage points.

Similar polling mistakes occurred in Ohio, where Quinnipiac had Biden leading by 4 points, but he lost the state to Trump by a whopping 8 percentage points.

In South Carolina, Quinnipiac predicted Sen. Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison were tied 48 – 48 percent multiple times, but Graham won by approximately 11 percentage points.

Quinnipiac’s prediction for the Maine Senate seat was also off after the organization predicted that incumbent Republican Sen. Susan Collins would lose to her Democratic challenger Sara Gideon by 12 percentage points. Collins, however, won the race by approximately 8 percentage points.

Lastly, Quinnipiac predicted that Trump was only leading by +1 in Iowa, but the president won the state by approximately 8 percentage points.

When The Federalist inquired if any of Quinnipiac’s staff would be resigning over the severe mistakes, Associate Vice President and Director of the Quinnipiac University Poll Douglas Schwartz ignored our question, and instead provided a statement promising to do better in the future.

“A full examination of what went wrong with polls this year is going to take a while. At the moment, I still need to see the final election results and final exit poll results, and without those I’m not able to make even preliminary hypotheses about what exactly the issues are,” Schwartz said in an email to The Federalist. “After the 2016 election, it took 6 months for the American Association of Public Opinion Research to release their findings about polling errors; I would expect a full evaluation of 2020 to take at least as long, though we might have some idea of the situation before then.”

Quinnipiac made similar mistakes in 2016, but Schwartz defended their actions in 2017 saying that many of their predictions were within the margin of error compared to the actual results. Schwartz also left plenty of room for a Trump victory in his statements.

“Our national polls on average have shown Clinton leading Trump by four to five points, but in the battleground states we have consistently shown a close race,” he said, claiming that the media was underestimating Trump’s chances. “So to think this race is over is a mistake.”


What Toss-Up Senate Races Tell Us About The GOP’s Future

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Political Editor John Daniel Davidson and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky break down the most important Senate races to watch on Nov. 3 and how the outcomes of those races will affect the future of our nation no matter who wins the presidency.

“The last few years in the Senate have been an exhibition in exactly how important it is for either party to maintain control of the Senate,” Jashinsky said. “Democrats have had so many disappointments in the Senate recently so it’s actually really important and certainly constitutionally as important for us to be talking about the Senate as it is the presidency.”

According to Jashinsky and Davidson, many of the toss-up Senate races are threatening Republican seats and should be monitored closely.

“Republicans can’t afford to lose very many seats,” Davidson said. “They have a very narrow majority and it’s possible that if Ernst and Tillis lose and a handful of these others that we’ve talked about also lose, Democrats could eke out a 51 seat majority in the Senate. And it will be because the stars aligned on enough of these races that are too close to call.”

Listen here:

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McConnell hints that COVID-19 relief package might wait till early 2021

October 30, 2020

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) hinted on Friday that the long-delayed second coronavirus economic relief package might be delayed until the beginning of the new year.

When asked by conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt about the legislative agenda during the next session of Congress, presuming the GOP maintains control of the Senate after November 3, McConnell drifted to coronavirus relief.

Read the full interview transcript here.

“We probably need to do another package, certainly more modest than the $3 trillion dollar Nancy Pelosi package,” said the Kentuckian, referring to the package that the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives passed back in May.

“I think that’ll be something we’ll need to do right at the beginning of the year,” he added. “We could target it particularly at small businesses that are struggling, and hospitals that are now dealing with the second wave of the Coronavirus, and of course the challenges for education, both K-12 and college.”

The first economic relief package was passed by both houses and signed by the President back in March. A second package has been stalled since the summer and pressure has been mounting for both parties to agree to some form of a deal so that the tens of millions of unemployed Americans can get their stimulus checks in the mail.

You can follow Douglas Braff on Twitter @Douglas_P_Braff.



Watch Live: Senate Hearings on Big Tech Election Interference with Google, Twitter, Facebook Execs

The Senate Commerce Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday about big tech’s election interference and censorship practices.

The hearing will start at 10:00 a.m. Eastern on Wednesday, titled, “Does Section 230’s Sweeping Immunity Enable Big Tech Bad Behavior?” The hearing seeks to determine if Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act grants big tech companies too much power to censor free speech on the Internet without significant legal recourse.

The hearing will examine if Section 230 is outdated and determine the merits of legislation to reform Section 230.

The hearing will also feature three of Silicon Valley’s most powerful tech CEOs, including:

  • Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey
  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai
  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

The hearing follows as Twitter and Facebook censored a New York Post article saying that, contrary to Joe Biden’s claims, Biden allegedly met with an executive at Burisma when he was vice president. Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son, reportedly arranged the meeting while he was working as a lobbyist for the company.

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), a member of the Senate Commerce Committee, spoke to Fox News on Tuesday about the need to address big tech censorship. Blackburn said:

You take somebody like my friends Diamond & Silk, they are constantly censored or blocked or throttled. You look at the president’s campaign account, it’s been throttled. These are things that are happening to conservatives. Big tech should say, “We’re delighted that you’re using our platform. We want to be fair and equitable, and we want everyone to realize we’re a great information service.” But no, that’s not what they’re doing. Now they’ve decided they’re a news service. But do they have a news director? No.

She added, “They are just making themselves the gods of the universe, and they are deciding what they want to censor and what they want to push forward.”

Follow Breitbart News for more coverage of this hearing.

Sean Moran is a congressional reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.