The Tide is Turning for America’s 2020 Election:

If you have been paying any attention at all, one day you may look back from the future and find that today, November 25th, 2020 is when the “Tide of the 2020 Election” began to turn.  For some it appears today is the beginning of a sea change, with that tide now favoring President Trump’s chances.   How is that possible?

It is possible because the evidence of fraud in the 2020 election is being revealed, piece by piece, and state by state, and making their way through the political and judicial systems.   The lawsuits are being filed, legislative hearings are beginning, and the evidence is increasingly being revealed by witnesses and “whistleblowers” coming forward.

This may well be the biggest political and civil crisis in over 160 years, since the U.S. Civil War.

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America’s 2020 Election Finale: Truth and Consequences:

“What if your paradigm or perceptual frame of reference for what you believe is true after November 3rd, 2020 is not really true?”

“In 1788 in The Federalist Papers No. 61, Alexander Hamilton discussed the merits of a uniform date for holding elections and cited the risks of an “improper spirit” in affecting the elections of neighboring states. Even more prophetic he considered just how that “improper spirit” might manifest itself in subsequent generations of people and elections.”

“The year 2020 and the next eight weeks in America will be historic in many ways. Many people will be forced to choose.”

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Voting is a Sacred Trust in America:
Nov 14, 2020. “The right to cast your vote – one vote, as a person, and a legal citizen of this nation within your state of residence, and then to have it counted correctly is a sacred compact between you and the United States of America. Your voice and your vote affirms every other right that you have as a legal citizen.”
“Our nation’s founding gave us the birthright as citizens to have the freedom of our voices to speak loudly before, during and after elections and thereby to thrust ourselves into the very fabric of governance.”  
“Fraud affects every American.  Fraud is an evil, hidden malady- a disease that poisons the very life-blood of Liberty that sustains the United States of America.”
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To Whom, in the United States of America et al., that it May Concern:
The U.S. Election of 2020 is still in progress.   To those who believe anyone has been “elected” or that anyone is attempting to “reverse” the election results?  That is incorrect.  The election has not yet been completed, and it will continue until each U.S. State certifies the state election results, and then the individual state Electors meet to cast their votes on or about December 14th, 2020. 
Noting the above, it is important to understand that the 2020 U.S. election results are not in any way completed or certified. By law there is actually not a President-Elect until such time as the state Electors meet to vote after official state results have been completed and certified.  Several preliminary results are currently being challenged via the U.S. court system at the state and federal level.  It remains to be seen how and when these court rulings will affect the outcome of various state results.
It is reasonable that various states will undergo either recount and/or audits of valid, legal votes in the election.   A recount, while important, does not necessarily reveal errors or fraud that might have occurred.  An audit however, may allow the legal inspection, acceptance or contestation/dispute and further government review of individual votes that can then be certified as official results.

  © The Epoch Times

“There is more to the right to vote than the right to mark a piece of paper and drop it in a box, or the right to pull a lever in a voting booth. The right to vote includes the right to have the ballot counted. [1]United States v. Classic, supra; Ex parte Yarborough, 110 U. S. 651. It also includes the right to have the vote counted at full value without dilution or discount. [2]United States v. Saylor, 322 U. S. 385.

U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Douglas, South v. Peters, 339 U.S. 276 (1950)



United States v. Classic, supra; Ex parte Yarborough, 110 U. S. 651.
United States v. Saylor, 322 U. S. 385.