Trump Writing Book on 2020 Election Fraud, 3853

Bill Still

Stillreport: Good morning, I’m still reporting on the coup. First of all, a correction, in our last report, #3852, there was one strange error. The report states: “On Jan. 5, 2017 – the day before the so-called “insurrection” at the nation’s capital building…” Of course, that date should have been 2021, not 2017. We regret the mistake and apologize to the confusion that it caused. Now, President Donald Trump announced to supporters at a recent rally that he is writing a book on voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. The new book will be titled, “The Crime of the Century.” “This is the greatest hoax – heist – ever. This is one of the greatest crimes in the history of our country. And sadly, the prosecutors don’t want to do anything about it.” Trump cautioned his audience about the depressing nature of his election analysis: “I don’t think you’ll enjoy it. You’ll be very depressed when you read it, but we want to have it down for historic reasons.” No one but Trump could write this book. No one should dare to write it before Trump does. His intelligence network has always been superior to anyone else’s. His personal analysis of his multiple incoming streams of intel products has proven him to be absolutely correct most of the time. His one failing seems to be in whom he places his trust at the highest levels of Washington politics. I’d like to think that Trump’s human evaluation skills have now been honed to perfection, however, his pick of Dr. Oz for the U.S. Senate primary race in crucial Pennsylvania is another strange one. It was only released yesterday morning – primary election morning – that Dr. Oz was outted by top reporter, John Solomon on his “Just the News” site, dissecting an interview Dr. Oz gave on Real America’s Voice the day before: [insert RAV] This doesn’t rule out any support for Dr. Oz going forward from this report, however, his is a rather tepid stance – not as strong a prescription as we believe is needed in these final months before all of America takes to the polls once again. Trump ticked off three places where immediate reform is needed:
1. Voter ID
2. a total outlawing of dropboxes
3. and a total outlawing of private funding of anything that has anything to do with election integrity; for instance, voting machines that have any sort of real-time connection to the internet, especially during the vote counting process. This is the absolute minimum needed to provide some belief in honest elections going forward in the United States. I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of world freedom. Good day.

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