Seen on social media – shaping the narrative

The question is – why, with all of our advanced technology, are we suddenly unable to count the votes the day they are cast?

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3 Responses to Seen on social media – shaping the narrative

  1. texan59 says:

    Are they going to be able to cheat enough this time around? If what we are hearing is correct, the libs should be totally overwhelmed so they would need 100% more votes to overcome the wave. We shall see how well they have prepared. 😦

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  2. Lucille says:

    On Wednesday, nationally syndicated radio personality Jesse Kelly alleged:

    Twitter’s Partisan ‘Fact Check’ of Jesse Kelly Says Election Fraud Can’t Happen Because It is Illegal

    No one reads the Twitter fact checks. That’s what they rely upon, anyway. Which is why they are able to cite such openly ludicrous information in the face of serious voter fraud allegations.

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