In a series of shocking revelations centering around the testimony of poll watchers and others, a computer expert showed how an algorithm built into the Dominion Voting System increased every vote for Joe Biden by 30%, making each vote counted 1.3 votes, while it devalued every vote for the president by 30%, making it count for 0.7 a vote.
To the gasps and expressions of anger of those in the room, another witness described how tens of thousands of ballots with signatures that clearly did not match were routinely passed through the system—despite her demands that it be explained.
The president's attorney, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, explained how the population of Arizona grew by only 40% over the past decade; the election registrations grew by three times that amount.
The direct testimony of witnesses at polling places and expert testimony filled the day-long hearing. Person after person who gave testimony concluded with different renditions of what this person said, "I decided to be a poll watcher and wanted to support my country, but I am deeply disillusioned at what I saw."
The highlight of the hearing was when the president called in to say, "We got 74 million votes. We won Arizona, and we won Michigan, and we won Georgia, and we won Pennsylvania, and we won Wisconsin." He made it clear to those both inside and outside of the venue that he is working hard to ensure a successful inauguration Jan. 20.
As the hearing wound down, the mood of the thousands gathered outside the venue began to center on what to do next, with many having their sights set on gathering Saturday in Atlanta, Georgia. The weekend event was the launch of President Trump resuming his Make America Great Again rallies, traveling to state capitols—opportunities for the feckless Republican representatives in the key battleground states to step up and defend the president.
Bestselling author Stephen Strang says in his book God, Trump and the 2020 Election, "We cannot assume that others will do it. Donald Trump cannot win without our help. Each of us must do our part. God demands no less," reflecting James 4:17: "Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, it is sin."
Those who cannot attend the Atlanta rally on Saturday, Dec. 5, can meet at their state capitol building at noon daily or the Washington, D.C., rally on Saturday, Dec. 12.
To get involved in the review of the election, call Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Bryan Cutler at (717) 7876-6458, Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp at (404) 656-1726, Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey at (602) 842-4331 and Michigan Republican Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey at (517) 373-5932—all of whom have the power to demand an honest vote count and have not.
Attendees at the event urged believers to remember the words of the Founding Fathers, deeply committed believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, when, risking the death penalty for treason, they placed their signatures on the Declaration of Independence, which states: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. ... and for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor."
Amir George is the author of Liberating Iraq and directs The World Helpline at theworldhelpline.org.Find him on Parler as Amir George.
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