Time reveals conspiracy
So, the conspiracy to rig the election wasn’t a “theory” after all. It wasn’t sour grapes. It wasn’t tinfoil hat material. It was true. In a glowing, almost giddy article by Reporter/Democratic stenographer Molly Ball, Time Magazine’s Feb. 15 edition spells out the “cabal” of Democrats, Never-Trumpers, Political Establishment types, union leaders, business leaders, Big Tech, Antifa and Black Lives Matter, to “fortify” the election so the “proper outcome” could take place.
So, once again, Trump was right. There was a conspiracy to oust him. Confederated in a band of self-interested groups who wanted open borders, the return to China having the upper hand in trade, unions who want “right to work” laws abolished, and a myriad of other things that aided the interests to the detriment of the average American, the plan was hatched.
The Federalist’s Joy Pullman has a thoughtful, and straight-up report on the story. She points out the many things that had to happen, among them, voter laws had to be altered:
One of the core problems with the 2020 election is that many states did not follow their voting laws, suspending them with the excuse of COVID (which the Centers for Disease Control said the day before the election, after most votes were already cast, was not necessary). States were pressured or forced to do so, not by what Ball hilariously calls Trump’s “henchmen,” but by lawyered-up leftist pressure groups that strategically undermined election protections with pre-emptive lawsuits while courts rolled over for them.
As far as more supposed right-leaning groups:
The “conspiracy” leaders purposefully reached out to people dressed in Republican clothing, like Chambers of Commerce, to use them to help cloak Biden’s coronation in “bipartisan” colors. These double agents’ mission was to convince Republicans to quietly accept the election results, fear violence from leftists, and to provide internal pressure at key postelection choke points like certification votes in cities and states. It all worked.
You can read the rest there, or go on the Time.com website and read Ball’s own giddy take on it. But it does pose some other questions:
- Were machines/computers altered to change vote outcomes, while this is being poo-poohed, the question, based on this admission by the “conspirators” needs answering, and there is certainly evidence something happened with vote dumps the morning of Nov. 4.
- Big-Tech played a role in the conspiracy, forbidding “misinformation,” like the NY Post story about Hunter Biden’s China and Ukraine business dealings along with his father.
- The five-state pause (all the swing states) around 10 p.m. election night seemed to be coordinated, which brings up the reams and reams of votes that were only for Biden in many states and few for Trump, yet a 60-40 split before and after those votes were counted was consistent.
There are many questions and many comments, but the conspirators definitely wanted to get their story out there – too many people were in on it and, it seems, they wanted to control the all-important narrative.
But the quote that should frighten everyone is this one.
“‘Every attempt to interfere with the proper outcome of the election was defeated,’ conspiracy member Ian Bassin told Ball (emphasis added).”
Pullman rightly avers, “Heads Joe Biden wins, tails Donald Trump loses. In games, we call that “rigging.” In sports, we call it ‘cheating.’”
Every election – every election – is now in doubt.
In the Feb. 4 edition of the Voice the editorial concerning the city’s centenary committees dispute stated Darryl Cummings was a member of the Democratic Party. He has never been a member of that organization. The Voice regrets the error.