This is one theory, anyhow. But it does explain why everyone who seems to know what the actual facts are is so convinced that things will have to change:
Someone created a database of up to 900,000 fictional persons. Some of those fictional persons are listed as living at the same real or sometimes fictional addresses. And starting in 2016 someone got the bright idea to use this list of fictional persons to commit vote fraud. I believe this fraud recurred in 2020.
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I am not an investigator but I also suspect that an inquiry into vote fraud and into fraud relating to payments from government agencies will inevitably demonstrate a concurrence of fictional individuals and multiple fictional individuals listed at the same real or fictional addresses.
I have no reason to believe that this criminal enterprise has ceased their activities. I also would not be the least bit surprised to see a concurrence between payment fraud and voter fraud in other states.
It’s becoming ever more clear that we aren’t the minority, that it’s not even a 50/50 society as the voting always seems to have it. It’s just one gigantic lie that has been successfully sold by the People of the Lie.