In dual hearings in Lansing, Michigan; a live press conference in Alexandria, Virginia; and a rally in Atlanta, Georgia; testimony from dozens of sworn witnesses has been made public. Event organizers could not keep up with the three-minute slots allotted each person as the testimonies progressed.
In Michigan, the State Senate Oversight Committee heard a parade of poll watchers, many professional, military and other experts who expressed personal disgust and shock at the election process they experienced. They demanded that the Michigan Senate and House take immediate action to ensure the president received the state’s electoral votes.
The testimony was detailed, consistent and centered around the dozens of poll watchers who described truckloads of ballots showing up in the middle of the night, nonstop accreditation of ballots that clearly were not legal and intimidation of anyone trying to check the situation.
The highlight of the daylong testimony was Dr. Linda Lee Tarver, former Michigan civil rights commissioner, who fearlessly pointed at herself, saying, “People who look like me have the right to vote. It is a hot mess in our areas.”
She was referring to the Black community in key Michigan cities, which have been corrupt for nearly 30 years. She said she worked at the office of the secretary of state for 31 years and knows from personal experience that “we cannot count 71% of the votes because of fraud, apathy and clerical error, all of the above.”
At the press conference in Alexandria, Virginia, people such as the former Kansas secretary of state, head of the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society and two whistleblowers testified of the election corruption there—some reaching into the post office.
One, a truck driver, said he unknowingly drove nearly 250,000 preprinted ballots from New York to Pennsylvania. Another whistleblower was involved in another 100,000 ballots gathered by the post office.
The final press conference was held in Atlanta, Georgia, and was led by famed lawyers Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, along with State Representative Vernon Jones.
Wood challenged the cheering crowd, “Let’s storm the walls of Jericho. We are circling the walls of Jericho, and we are going to take America back again. You watch it happen. God is going to fill you with the spirit of King David, the warrior, and we are going to slay the Goliath.”
He added that Joe Biden will never be the leader of the country.
“It is never going to happen,” he proclaimed.
The crowd went wild when Wood described a call from the president in which Trump said, “As you know, I won the election. I will never concede.”
Bestselling author Stephen Strang, whose books include God, Trump and COVID-19, says, “The Bible says ‘faith without works is dead.’ So we pray, but we must work and we must vote. God’s people are called to be ‘wise as serpents and harmless as doves.’ We must be like the gentle Jesus even as we fight battles for the soul of our nation. … Get involved in your local community and help turn the tide.”
When antifa is able to mobilize hundreds of thousands to the streets, the call is out from all believers who support the president to go to their state capitals at noon daily to pray and be seen, particularly in Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona and Pennsylvania.
Also, attend the first Make America Great Again (MAGA) rally since the president’s reelection at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, in Valdosta, Georgia.
At noon Saturday, Dec. 12, in Washington, D.C., Trump supporters are gathering to demand that Republican leaders from each of the key states call special sessions to award the stolen electoral votes to the president.
Stand up. Contact the Republicans who can serve as key people in finalizing the election for the president.
David Ralston, Speaker of the House of Representatives
Mike Dugan, Senate Majority Leader
Bryan Cutler, Speaker of the House of Representatives
Jake Corman, Senate Majority Leader
Russel Bowers, Speaker of the House of Representatives
Rick Gray, Senate Majority Leader
Lee Chatfield, Speaker of the House of Representatives
Mike Shirkey, Senate Majority Leader
Robin Vos, Speaker of the State Assembly
Scott Fitzgerald, Senate Majority Leader
Devin Le Mahieu, Senate Majority Leader
Amir George is the author of Liberating Iraq and directs The World Helpline at theworldhelpline.org. Find him on Parler as Amir George.
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