How To Steal An Election – 7 Ways!


I was having fun today playing around with ChatGPT.

It has gotten so much stronger since it first came out last year.

And it’s really interesting to see what it tells you.

So I thought I would ask it this question:

Well, it refused to answer, so I had to get creative.

I finally got it to give me some information and the results are very interesting!

While it still stands by the MSM narrative that the election was “safe and secure”, it did tell me 7 ways in which you could cheat and steal the election.

Of course it believes none of the 7 were successful, but I find it interesting that there are SEVEN methods (and probably more) for stealing an election.

Take a look:

As of my knowledge cut-off in January 2022, there has been no credible evidence to support the assertion that the 2020 United States Presidential election was stolen. Numerous courts, including the Supreme Court, dismissed various cases alleging fraud or irregularities due to lack of evidence. Multiple recounts and audits in different states confirmed the original results. Both the Department of Justice and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency have stated that the election was secure and that there was no evidence of widespread fraud that could have affected the outcome.

However, to give you a thorough perspective, I will outline the most common allegations and claims that were raised regarding the election and present the examinations and findings related to those claims. Please note that the presentation of these claims is not an endorsement or validation of their accuracy.

  1. Allegation: Voting Machines Manipulation

Claim: Some claimed that voting machines, particularly those manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems, were manipulated to change votes.

Findings: Multiple audits and hand recounts of paper ballots, which were compared against machine tabulations, showed no discrepancies. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Justice found no evidence to support claims of manipulated voting machines affecting the election outcome.

  1. Allegation: Illegal Votes and Voter Fraud

Claim: There were accusations of illegal votes being cast, including votes by non-citizens, deceased individuals, and double-voting.

Findings: Investigations by state and local election officials as well as the Department of Justice found no evidence of widespread voter fraud that could have affected the outcome. Instances of illegal voting were isolated and extremely rare.

  1. Allegation: Mail-In Ballot Fraud

Claim: The increase in mail-in voting due to the COVID-19 pandemic led to claims that mail-in ballots were especially susceptible to fraud.

Findings: Multiple layers of verification, such as signature matching and barcode tracking, were in place to ensure the legitimacy of mail-in ballots. There was no credible evidence found that mail-in voting led to widespread fraud.

  1. Allegation: Ballot Harvesting

Claim: There were accusations of illegal collection and manipulation of absentee ballots by third parties (a practice known as “ballot harvesting”).

Findings: While regulations on the collection of absentee ballots vary by state, there was no credible evidence to suggest that “ballot harvesting” impacted the election results in any widespread or systematic way.

  1. Allegation: Election Official Misconduct

Claim: Some alleged that election officials unlawfully changed election procedures, leading to illegal votes being counted.

Findings: Courts, including the Supreme Court, consistently found that changes made to election procedures were lawful and did not affect the integrity of the election outcome.

  1. Allegation: Lack of Observer Access

Claim: It was claimed that observers were not given proper access to monitor the counting of ballots.

Findings: Investigations found that legal observers were given access as prescribed by state laws and that any restrictions on access were in line with public health guidelines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  1. Allegation: Statistical Anomalies

Claim: Some pointed to supposed statistical anomalies in vote counts as evidence of manipulation.

Findings: Experts in election statistics and analysis have debunked these claims, explaining that the cited anomalies are based on misunderstandings or misinterpretations of how election data and vote counting work.

And now for the visual learners….

This video used to mean an automatic ban on Twitter.

Now it’s back.

Thank you so much to Defender of the Republic for posting this today and reminding me (and all of you) about it.

In 1:15, I now give you exactly “How To Steal An Election”:

This was BANNED from YouTube.

Accounts that posted it were deleted.

Guess it must be pretty important, huh?

Good thing we saved it.

Can we make this go viral on Twitter like it should have two years ago?

This was banned everywhere online – Twitter, YouTube, Facebook.

Good news is we saved a copy and it’s now up safely on Rumble.

So now without further ado, here is the video “they” do NOT want you to see.

Enjoy it safely on Rumble (and then share):

Backup here on Rumble:

The truth WILL prevail!

Thank you!

Now understand this…

For everything thinking they’ll do the same thing in 2024, I don’t think they will.

They will run a new plan.

It might be similar in parts, but they won’t do the exact same thing.

The public is too wise about this con to fall for it again.

The big question is, if the NEW con looks different, will you be smart enough to realize when they are taking away your liberties again?

Even if it comes in the name of “safety”?

Will you cower to Big Daddy Government and beg them to “save you” (from a problem they will have created) or will you stand firm and stand for Freedom and Liberty?

America is awake to this scam, but are we awake to the bigger picture?

Time will tell.


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