Don’t believe Joe Biden stole the 2020 election? Just look at the hard evidence.
In the past week, many have attacked President Trump for refusing to concede that Joe Biden won the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. Trump has practically been laughed out of court in numerous lawsuits, and many liberals have argued that Trump’s claims are wholly without merit. I voted for Joe Biden. However, rather than taking it as a given that Trump’s claims of election fraud were false, I decided to look for hard evidence of Biden’s corruption myself. I was shocked to see just how far Biden went to steal an election that was won fair and square by Donald Trump. Here are 10 of the most distressing things I found in my painstaking research.
Exhibit 1: Here you can see as plain as day that this Trump voter from Arizona came home with an official “I VOTED” sticker. Millions of those who claim to have voted for Biden have no such sticker at all. Did they ever really vote?
Exhibit 2: Look at this real, undoctored photo of leaf cutter ants. These ants have obviously been trained to chew up and destroy votes. And not just any votes — Donald Trump votes. Here in this photo (which, again, is completely un-doctored, because it made it to my cousin’s Facebook page), you see a single ant getting away with vote theft from a polling center. The ant is trying to steal not just one but three votes for Donald Trump.
Exhibit 3: Still not convinced? Check out this highly incriminating email that the Ukranians say came from Hunter Biden’s laptop. Worried the email may not be real? Just check out the genuine Staples ad that appears to the right of this totally authentic email.
Exhibit 4: One of the most shocking pieces of evidence that Biden stole the election is this discount sign, photographed in Michigan the day before the U.S. Presidential election. If people from Michigan can’t be trusted to know when a price is not a bargain, how can we trust them to count the vote?
Exhibit 5: Check it out. Look at that big-ass American flag. You can’t see it in this photo, of course, but there were a buttload of avid Trump supporters at this Trump rally. This even included a Black woman from Pennsylvania and a dark-skinned guy who spoke Mexican. Even the children at the rally said they planned to vote for Trump. Mike Pence strongly agreed with their opinions.
Exhibit 6: Here, in a suburb just outside Philadelphia, you can see that an angry group of feminist Biden-Harris supporters have burned what could be thousands of valid Trump ballots. Making matters worse, when Trump observers asked Biden-Harris supporters to reach in the fire and pull out the ballots — so they could be counted — the Biden supporters feigned ignorance of their crimes and steadfastly refused.
Exhibit 7: Even the numbers from the New York Times show that Trump easily won Georgia. As of November 11, the Times expected us to believe that Biden had an 11,000-vote lead on Trump in Georgia. But as you can plainly see from this map, Trump won about 130 Georgia counties. Biden won only about 30! Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State, H.R. Puffinstuff, who obstinately refused to resign when two Republican senators firmly demanded that he do so, argued that the counties Biden won had hundreds of thousands of voters — while the counties Trump won had very tiny populations. The conclusion is obvious. Both the New York Times and the Georgia Secretary of State feel your vote doesn’t count if you’re a farmer.
Exhibit 8: Across America on November 3, especially in swing states such as Georgia and Michigan, dump trucks very much like this one — some of them capable of hauling more than 400,000 fake votes — could be seen driving past the very buildings where election officials later claimed to be counting only “valid mail-in ballots.”
Exhibit 9: Here, in an election center near Las Vegas Nevada, a Democrat can clearly be seen offering a large amount of cash — and what seems to be a coupon for a free Whopper — to a Nevada election official. Of course, this photo alone cannot tell us whether the bribe was ever accepted by the Nevada election official. But the fact that the Biden staff ever made the offer to begin with should be enough to invalidate the Nevada vote, should it go against President Trump.
Exhibit 10: On the left, the late ultra-conservative actor John Smith, dead since 1995. On the right, a radical sociologist at Georgia Tech, who claims to be John Smith, and who registered to vote in Georgia under exactly that dead man’s name. Several students currently enrolled in “Dr. Smith’s” on-line introductory sociology course, say they’re pretty sure the illegally registered Smith voted for Joe Biden.
Conclusions: In a brief blog such as this one, I cannot cover all the bases. Harsh critics of free speech may argue that some of my claims are preliminary. But imagine that even half of them are true. If that doesn’t work for you, go ahead and imagine that every last one of them is false. But to be fair, make sure you imagine a lot of other very bad things Joe Biden may have done. This might include eating human babies, poisoning cute ducklings, or stealing money from the deaf and elderly.
You might even wish to imagine Biden pooping in his pants and then insisting he be allowed to sit in your lap. To add insult to injury, imagine that he insisted on telling you boring stories about the 1960s. Just imagine it. And then ask yourself if that’s the kind of radical, stinky socialist you want running your country. So, sure. I’ll be the first to admit that if Biden and Harris are allowed to steal the presidency, they may heal fractured U.S. foreign relations, and they may adhere to the best science when it comes to handling COVID-19 and limiting climate change. Biden may even try to stand up for the downtrodden and work in a bipartisan way to create meaningful police reform. But imagine that he does all that after having eaten human babies, after having poisoned cute ducklings, and having crapped his pants in public. The data are in. Even if Biden might do good things as President, the hard data show that he just isn’t someone we can trust.