Rand Paul publicly decries election fraud committed against Trump


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(Natural News) The Republican Party as a whole has been shamefully silent concerning the obvious election fraud that is taking place this year. One of the exceptions, however, is Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, who recently tweeted that one of the “oddest” irregularities with the election were the middle-of-the-night data dumps that conveniently delivered key swing states to Joe Biden.

Sen. Paul, whose father Ron Paul of Texas has been leading the liberty charge ever since he ran for president himself back in 2008, called it “interesting” that the Trump margin of “defeat” in four battleground states occurred “between 1:34-6:31 AM” the morning after the election.

“Statistical anomaly? Fraud” Look at the evidence and decide for yourself. (That is, if Big Tech allows u to read this),” Paul added, emphasizing that he believes the election was rigged and that the tech giants do not want people learning the truth about it.

We commend Sen. Paul for taking a bold stand when so many of his party colleagues are remaining silent or even criticizing Pres. Trump for refusing to concede “defeat” to Biden. The election is far from over and both Sen. Paul and Pres. Trump know this, as do tens of millions of American patriots.

The fact that Sen. Paul even had to add a disclaimer at the end of his tweet about Big Tech censorship is one of the reasons why Pres. Trump issued an ultimatum to Congress demanding that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) be repealed, or else he will not be signing the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

It is entirely unacceptable that social media platforms like Twitter stamp nearly every one of Pres. Trump’s tweets with “fact checks” about election fraud because the validity of the claims is up to the courts to decide, not Silicon Valley.

By the way, you can help support free and fair elections by visiting Sidney Powell’s Defending the Republic website.

The mainstream media is just as complicit in election fraud as the Democrats

Unfortunately, Sen. Paul is having to do the dirty work that the mainstream media refuses to do. Even Fox News, which outed itself this year as a turncoat operation, is refusing to pay any mind to Pres. Trump’s claims, which do, in fact, have validity.

To keep crying no evidence! is disingenuous when the courts are still mulling what is being presented to them, and new evidence is still coming out daily to suggest that this really was, as Biden said it was, the biggest election fraud operation ever to occur in history.

What this means is that the media, the Democrats, and other deep state players rigged the election – there is definitive proof of this, by the way – and are now trying to install a fake president who, quite frankly, committed treason against the United States and the American people.

The best thing people can do is to turn off their televisions and continue hammering their election officials about demanding a full investigation into the 2020 election. It is also critical that elected officials abide by their sworn oath of office in defending the President of the United States against this attempted coup.

“The question isn’t did the looters, rioters and coup plotters rig the election – the question is how corrupt has the U.S. become and why should anyone follow the U.S. if nothing is done about it?” asked one commenter at WayneDupree.com.

“No reason to not do a full audit in these close swing state counties,” wrote another. “Absurdly low rejection rates demonstrate that write-in ballots were not properly audited during the count.”

To keep up with the latest news about election fraud, be sure to check out Trump.news.

Sources for this article include:

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