Cyber Symposium Day 3: Attendee's Home Raided at 10:30 p.m.! "We Are Americans. Surrender is Not In Our Creed."
Hey, you! Yeah, you. The woman who argued that bona fide ballot paper is just normal XpedX paper, no watermarks. The man who called me "whack job" and banned me off Free Republic for writing passionately about the use of UV black lights at the Maricopa County audit to check for watermarks.
It's now confirmed. We have confirmations on our confirmations and it was just confirmed yet again by Arizona legislators during Day 3 of Mike Lindell's Voter Fraud Cyber Symposium.
And #sharpiegate. Oh, #sharpiegate! I wrote about it here and again here and was laughed out of court. Well, guess what: It was ABSOLUTELY TRUE.
Take that, ya jackasses!!!!
Be afraid, ya lying ass cheating Democrats and your pathetic shills. Be very afraid. The mills of forensic audits may grind slowly but they also grind exceedingly fine and I wouldn't want to be in your shoes now...nor when you face God on Judgment Day.
With representatives from all fifty (50) states now attending the Cyber Symposium, the righteous peaceful anger of true Americans, on both sides of the aisle, is laser focused on you and we will not rest until Justice is done, the wrongs of the 2020 Election righted and American elections protected for all time.
You have only yourselves to blame!
I'm a sucker for America. I'm a sucker for the Pledge of Allegiance. And I'm a sucker for our National Anthem, especially when it's sung by a mathematician wearing an American flag bow tie! And that's how Day 2 of Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium began today. Oh yeah, Baby! As comedian Ron White would say, "It's gonna be a good day, Tater Salad!"
Oh...and guess what!?! Day 1 of the Symposium was "only" attended by representatives and legislators from 47 states. Day 2 welcomed representatives from Rhode Island bringing the grand total up to 48 states. Now that's what I'm talkin' about, Baby! (And I believe heard the voice of Owen Shroyer of Info Wars in the audience too!)
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