The establishment can no longer tell us that fraud that looks like fraud isn’t fraud, simply because they said so. They can no longer trot out liberal arts majors or lawyers with zero relevant expertise and call them “experts.” It worked in 2020, because we believed they knew what they were doing. We no longer believe that. They’ve proven that they don’t.
Arizona, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and even Texas experienced “glitches” with their electronic voting equipment that impacted Election Day turnout, a metric that historically favors Republicans. Throughout the day, videos and reports of local election officials assuring voters that their votes would count despite issues that prevented a smooth voting experience were reported across these states. Emergency lawsuits to address these issues were quickly and unceremoniously dismisse
As results came in, familiar algorithmic controls showed the margins maintained, from batch to batch. In the Pennsylvania Senate Race and the New Mexico Governor’s race, vote totals inexplicably went down in a few batches. It remains unclear – since 2020 – how batch totals can go down on election night. This is just ignored since the establishment has no way of explaining it. On Tuesday, we shared with Congress:
“Many of you will lose your seats today. If our elections are free and fair, most of you will. The American people overwhelmingly desire the resurrection of competence in American governance. Your self interest has become clear, your gaslighting exposed, and we are ready for new representation; legislators who understand they serve at the pleasure of the people.”
It’s clear that our elections are not free and fair.
That is why, despite all odds, this midterm election was “The Night of the Incumbent.” Despite voters telling the NY Times and Siena College last month that they were most worried about government corruption (68%), we’re meant to believe that voters then voted to keep that corruption, to maintain the status quo.
Establishment Republicans are taking a victory lap and claiming that the red wave’s failure to materialize is a “referendum on Trump.”
We aren’t returning to the pre-Trump era of widespread trust in government. If this election means anything, it means that. The establishment just committed widespread election selection, beginning in the caucuses and assemblies and continuing through the primaries and general election. We were engaged this year – we saw it all.
The people do not accept or believe these election results. The theft is bold and brazen. The awakening is happening.
Shoulder to the wheel, America.
Here is today’s letter to Congress.
Joe Biden is emboldened and joyous, and claiming that he isn’t going to change a thing. He believes the people voted in support of his agenda – despite all polling and evidence to the contrary – and he is going to continue.
You still don’t seem to understand that we, Americans, are talented people. Engineers and cyber experts, journalists, researchers and lawyers. Professionals from every industry and sector, every function and capability. We’ve spent two years understanding our elections, and every aspect of the 2022 midterms was under the people’s surveillance.
Electronic voting equipment leaves an audit trail. Real experts can evaluate and understand that trail. Real experts have. On Tuesday, we told you:
“Many of you will lose your seats today. If our elections are free and fair, most of you will. The American people overwhelmingly desire the resurrection of competence in American governance.”
It’s clear that our elections are not free and fair, and that is why you can attempt to make the people believe that this is the “Year of the Incumbent.
You mock us with your brazen gaslighting and overt fraud. We know that you are attempting to exhaust and demoralize us. It’s obvious – you’re really not very good at this. It won’t work.
This isn’t over, and we are just getting started. Your year of the incumbent will historically be known as the “Year of the American.”
Remember Your Oath.