Facing the Truth: The Dark Side of Michigan's 2020 Vote

Unmasking Michigan's 2020 election deceptions. Credit to Gateway Pundit for their fearless reporting.

August 14, 2023

"There was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes, one that both curtailed the protests and coordinated the resistance from CEOs. Both surprises were the result of an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans." - TIME Magazine

In the wake of the 2020 elections, a series of revelations have emerged that challenge the very fabric of American democracy. Central to this narrative is a detailed exposé by The Gateway Pundit, which alleges a massive voter fraud operation in Michigan.

The Gateway Pundit's reporting has brought to light some deeply concerning details about the 2020 election process in Michigan. An estimated 800,000 ballot applications were sent to non-qualified voters, a number that immediately casts doubt on the integrity of the voting process. But the irregularities don't end there.

In October 2020, Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch observed a black female, self-identified as Brianna Hawkins, hand-delivering a staggering 8,000 to 10,000 voter registration applications. Many of these applications bore the same handwriting, and a significant number had non-existent or fake addresses. Some even listed public institutions, like Muskegon High School, as residences. Further scrutiny revealed invalid phone numbers and mismatched signatures.

In the face of these significant findings, the FBI's apparent inertia is deeply concerning. While they turned a blind eye to this potential election fraud, it's worth noting that this wasn't their only questionable decision during this period. The same FBI, under Trump's administration, also chose to withhold information about the Hunter Biden laptop. Furthermore, they were involved in the controversial investigation into an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a case that raised eyebrows due to its handling and the involvement of informants.

As investigators delved deeper, they unearthed the involvement of 'GBI Strategies', a Tennessee-based group with significant ties to the Biden campaign. This organization's role becomes even murkier when considering the discovery of pre-paid cards, new phones, and even weapons during the investigation.

This backdrop of alleged corruption and manipulation is further accentuated by TIME's controversial piece, which details a coalition's efforts to "save" the 2020 election. While the article portrays these efforts as a noble endeavor, juxtaposing it with The Gateway Pundit's exposé paints a different picture. Was this coalition genuinely safeguarding democracy, or were they orchestrating a narrative that suited their objectives?

The 2020 election transcended a mere political event; it became a measure of the nation's democratic principles. As clarity emerges from the chaos, The Gateway Pundit's revelations highlight the system's vulnerabilities and possible manipulations.

The revelations from The Gateway Pundit, when set against the canvas of TIME's report, paint a vivid picture of the intricate ballet of power, influence, and narrative-building that enveloped the 2020 election. As the nation sifts through these findings, it's impossible not to ponder the very soul of democracy and the extents some factions might traverse to mold its result. Ultimately, we're left wondering: Was the 2020 election an authentic echo of the people's voice, or a masterfully choreographed charade?

TIME's controversial piece brazenly declares, "There was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes... an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans." This is a clear insinuation of manipulation. Their choice of words might suggest "fortification," but to the discerning reader, it screams orchestration.


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