Can We Believe the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission When He Says that Fraud is Taking Place?

Trey Trainor

Current President Donald Trump has been met with skepticism when he claimed that massive fraud had taken place in the 2020 U.S. Presidential election. But can we believe that when the same is said by the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission?

That’s just what’s happening, as Trey Trainor, who holds that position, says that fraud is happening in states still counting ballots.

According to Trainor, the state of Pennsylvania is an especially egregious offender, as it has failed to have poll watchers present for the ballot counting process at a distance of 6 feet.

He has pointed out that the Trump campaign has some valid accusations, which could end up at the Supreme Court.

Wow, the corporate media is largely failing to cover what could be a significant story. These are developments that could have an effect on who holds the office of the President of the United States, and the continuation of these developments is not at all contingent on whether the corporate media covers it, or whether people are paying attention.

Instead, the media is going along with Biden’s claim to be the President-Elect, even though the votes are yet to be cast by the electors, and there are states still counting votes (or recounting, as the case may be).

How interesting it is that the same news outlets that obsessively cried “Russian interference in the 2016 election” for years, only for these claims to be determined to be false after a two-year investigation that cost $30 million, are now turning down the opportunity to cover events that would blow the previous allegations out of the water, and actually has evidence behind them?

I suppose you can’t expect much better from media outlets who have a clear horse in the race, especially when they professionally prey upon adults that wear diapers.

1 thought on “Can We Believe the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission When He Says that Fraud is Taking Place?

  1. Pingback: More New Evidence of Widespread Voter Irregularity | Magnetricity

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