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This book covers events from October 2020 to New Year’s Day 2021 that are directly related to the 2020 presidential election. Those events include revelations about the alleged corruption of Joseph R. Biden via his son Hunter Biden. However, the mainstream media (MSM) and Big Tech did their best to hide that potential corruption from the American public, so that Biden could win the election. That worked, or so it was said. But allegations of voter fraud and anomalies abounded. This book investigates those claims to determine which are valid and which are not valid.
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The 2020 Election, the January 6 “Insurrection,” and Their Aftermath
Books in this series
Alleged Corruption, Bias, and Fraud: Allegations of the Corruption of Joe Biden, Bias of the Media and Big Tech, and Fraud in the 2020 Election
Trump’s 2020 Election Tweets, Georgia Phone Call, and January 2021 Speeches: Did Trump’s Claims of Election Fraud Lead to the Capitol Building Uprising?
Tragic Ending to Donald J. Trump’s Great Presidency: Capitol Building Uprising Leads to Impeachment 2.0, as Media and Big Tech Bias and Claims of Election Fraud Continues
Trump Fights Back with Statements: Against the Lies of Joe Biden, Attacks from Dems, and the Bias of the Media, of Big Tech, and of the J6 Commission
The Biased J6 Select Committee: The Public Hearings Were Half a Trial; This Book Gives You the Other Half
Table of Contents
About the Author ………………………………………… 4
Preface/ Time Period and Related Books …………….. 5
Documentation for Claims ..……………………………… 6
Definitions ………………………………………………… 7
Abbreviations .....………………………………………… 9
Section One – 11
Pre-Election and Election Week
#1 – Lead up to the 2020 Election/
Joe Biden’s Corruption …………………………………. 13
#2 – Final Lead Up to the Election ……………………. 43
#3 – Donald Trump’s Alleged Racism…………………. 59
#4 – 2020 Election Week……………………………… 87
Section Two –
Continuing Election Fraud Claims
and Other Updates
#5 – Part One ………………………………………….. 129
#6 – Part Two ………………………………………….. 157
#7 – Part Three ………………………………………… 185
#8 – Part Four ………………………………………….. 213
#9 – Part Five ………………………………………….. 239
#10 – Part Six ………………………………………….. 267
Section Three – 295
More Corruption and Bias/
#11 – Hunter Biden and Big Tech Updates …...…… 297
#12 – Conclusion ……………………….…...……….. 323
Appendixes … 325
#1 – Bibliography.……………………………………… 327
#2 – Additional Books by the Author ……………….. 419
#3 – Author’s Websites, Newsletters, Social Sites/
Contacting the Author …………………………… 433
Note: The page numbers are for the hardcopy formats.
This book covers events from October 2020 to New Year’s Day 2021 that are directly related to the 2020 presidential election. Those events include revelations about the alleged corruption of Joseph R. Biden via his son Hunter Biden. That corruption was discussed during the Trump/ Ukraine impeachment proceedings of the year before. But much more information came out just prior to the 2020 election.
However, the mainstream media (MSM) and Big Tech did their best to hide that potential corruption from the American public, so that it would not affect how they voted. And that worked, in that Biden won the election, or so it was said. But allegations of voter fraud and anomalies abounded.
In fact, there were claims of widespread fraud, glitches, and irregularities in the election. This book recounts those claims. It then examines many of them as to if they are valid or not. It also reports how they were resolved or left unresolved. With many questions left unanswered, that puts Biden’s presidency on less than firm footing.
This book also looks at the bias of the MSM and Big Tech in other regards. These three main issues, Biden’s alleged corruption, the bias of the MSM and Big Tech, and alleged election fraud, leave many to not trust Joe Biden and to be leery about his presidency.
Time Period and Related Books
This book is a follow-up to my three-volume set Dems Cannot Beat Trump, So They Impeach Trump and my book Trump’s 2020 Election Tweets, Georgia Phone Call, and January 2021 Speeches: Did Trump’s Claims of Election Fraud Lead to the Capitol Building Uprising?
The Impeach trilogy covers the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump that occurred from the summer of 2019 through February 2020. It includes details on the aforementioned alleged corruption of Joe Biden via his son Hunter. It also provides non-election related updates through October 2020.
The Trump’s Tweets book then presents all that Trump said about the election from the day before Election Day 2020 through the end of his presidency on January 20, 2021.
This Corruption book backs up a bit and covers events from October 2020 that are directly related to the 2020 presidential election. The time period covered is from October 2020 to New Year’s Day 2021. This book was mostly written as the events were unfolding. That is why much is written in the present tense. I mostly waited until updates were available to update an issue later in the book.
In some cases, an update was not yet available during this time frame. But that is why two follow-up books are planned to cover updates and events that occurred in early 2021.
The first of these forthcoming books is to be titled Tragic Ending to Donald J. Trump’s Great Presidency: Capitol Building Uprising Leads to Impeachment 2.0, as Media and Big Tech Bias and Claims of Election Fraud Continues.
This Tragic Ending book will cover events to the end of Trump’s presidency, plus the second impeachment and trial that occurred in February 2021 and additional later updates.
The second forthcoming book will be titled, Reversing Trump and Dividing America: First 100 Days of the Presidency of Joseph R. Biden Jr., as Media and Big Tech Bias Continues, But Donald J. Trump Fights Back.
This Reversing Trump book will detail Biden’s radical agenda and related events during the first 100 days of Joe Biden’s presidency, which is the end of April 2021.
The only later updates in this Corruption book are by way of the mentions of these two and other of my forthcoming books.
These three books, plus the Trump’s Tweets book, together cover in detail the transition period from the presidency of Donald J. Trump into the presidency of Joseph R. Biden Jr.
Add in my Impeach trilogy and my earlier book Tearing the USA Apart: From Kavanaugh, to Incivility, to Caravans, to Violence, to the 2018 Midterm Elections, and Beyond, along with my politics website (www.Zeolla.org/Politics), and you have a detailed record of the entirety of the presidency of Donald J. Trump.
Documentation for Claims
The Bibliography in Appendix One of this book contains an extensive list of references documenting the claims of corruption, bias, and election fraud made in this book, evidence thereof, and their resolutions or refutations, if any. In digital versions of this book, those are clickable links. In that way, readers can finish reading this book then check out the linked to documentation of claims made.
Lead up to the 2020 Election/
Joe Biden’s Corruption
This first chapter of this book will look at events that occurred during the lead up to the 2020 election. It will also provide details on the alleged corruption of Joe Biden. These details update what was previously presented in my three volume set Dems Cannot Beat Trump, So They Impeach Trump, hereafter referred to as my Impeach trilogy.
Lead Up To the 2020 Election
Joe Biden became the Democrat presidential nominee in the spring of 2020. On August 11, 2020, he chose Senator Kamala Harris (D. CA) as his running mate. From early July 2020 on, Biden was leading Republican incumbent President Donald J. Trump in the polls by a significant margin.
However, he was only doing so by hiding in his basement for the previous three months. He said that was due to Coronavirus (CV) restrictions, but more likely, he was hiding from having to comment on the ongoing CV crisis and then the growing racial unrest in the country.
Those two crises, the CV and racial unrest, seemed to erase any memory of the impeachment fiasco. But in fact, if it were not for the impeachment, neither of them might have happened.
As I indicated many times in my Impeach trilogy, all of Washington and the media were so obsessed with the impeachment from September 2019 to February 2020, nobody noticed what was brewing in China.
And when someone took notice, most notably Repub Senator John Cotton, nothing was done to prepare for a possible pandemic. Only President Trump listened to him and instituted his travel ban from China on January 31, 2020. But otherwise, neither the President nor Congress took steps to prepare for a pandemic by stockpiling needed supplies.
As for racial unrest, the impeachment was a showcase for a lack of due process and a loss of the presumption of innocence. Such injustices were then seen in the racial unrest. Police officers were all declared “guilty” of police brutality and of racial targeting of unarmed black men, even though the statistics show such constitutes a miniscule percentage of police encounters with the public.
Even worse, when there was a questionable incident, the officers involved were immediately fired from their jobs and declared to be guilty by the public.
The loss of the presumption of innocence began with the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation proceedings. I detail that fact in my book Tearing the USA Apart: From Kavanaugh, to Incivility, to Caravans, to Violence, to the 2018 Midterm Elections, and Beyond, hereafter referred to as my Tearing Apart book. And it will probably the worst legacy of the impeachment.
I will be covering this racial unrest and several high-profile cases of alleged police brutality and unjustified killings of black men by police in my forthcoming book Breakdown of American Society: Jesus and the Bible are the Ultimate Answers to the Crises Facing the USA, hereafter referred to as my Breakdown book.
But for now, I was sure the impeachment would come up in the presidential debates and other public appearances by both Trump and Biden before the election. But that did not happen when Biden finally emerged from his bunker and held his first press conference in 89 days.
That was on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. I only saw part of it, but from what I saw, it was a lovefest, with the reporters throwing mostly softballs to the former Vice President. That is why some conservative commentators called it a “lollipop press conference.” There were no questions about any of the issues raised in my Impeach trilogy in regard to Joe Biden’s alleged corruption related to his son Hunter....
Final Lead Up to the Election
This chapter will report on the final lead up to the 2020 presidential election.
Final Two Weeks of the Campaigns
After the final debate on October 22, 2020, the two presidential campaigns went in different directions. Actually, they had been quite different throughout. Trump held large scale outdoor rallies at airports, while Joe Biden spent more time in his basement than campaigning. In fact, he had spent the last four days before that debate “preparing” for it rather than campaigning.
The Next Week:
This pattern continued after that debate. After recovering from his Coronavirus (CV) infection, Trump held as many as five rallies in five different cities in one day, while Biden would hold at best one rally a day. Thousands would attend Trump’s rallies but only a handful were allowed at Biden’s rallies.
The Biden campaign claimed his limited schedule and attendance was due to the CV. But in reality, he was running a prevent defense. He knew he was ahead in the polls and was just trying to run out the clock before he made another major gaff. It also was reported that he was truly deathly scared of getting infected with the CV.
The MSM of course sided with Biden. They said he was being “smart” about the CV, while they criticized Trump’s rallies as “super-spreaders.” However, as indicated, those rallies were all held outdoors, where the virus is less likely to spread. And despite the dire predictions, I never once heard a report about an outbreak being traced to one of Trump’s rallies. But I am sure if there had been any evidence of such, the media would made sure everyone knew about it.
The most I heard was on CBS Evening News. On October 26, they said 23 cases in Minnesota were connected to the Trump campaign and one to the Biden campaign. But they did not indicate if those cases were connected to a rally or not.
Here in PA, Trump held over a dozen rallies from September through the end of October. He even held four different rallies in different locations across the commonwealth on Halloween, the Saturday before the election. But we were being told the uptick of cases were being traced to small gatherings and to college students. I never heard a single report of cases being traced to any of Trump’s rallies.
I even had a friend who attended Trump’s rally in Erie, PA on October 19, 2020. She sat in one of the stands to the side of Trump. I spent the afternoon with her three days later. But, like that rally, we were outside the entire time. And both of us are just fine.
That said, another big difference between Trump’s and Biden’s rallies is Trump always seems to be having a good time. He has even taken to dancing to The Village People’s YMCA that is always played at the end of his rallies.
Meanwhile, Biden has taken to yelling during his rallies. He truly comes across as always being angry. He sounds like an old man yelling at children retrieving a ball, “Get out of my yard you darn kids!” It makes his rallies rather unwatchable. And why feels a need to yell when there is hardly anyone there is beyond me.
Moreover, Trump always speaks off the cuff, without notes, while Biden uses a teleprompter whenever possible. That was like during the Senate impeachment trial, where Repubs spoke extemporaneously, while Dems read their speeches and answers to questions.
Joe also made some of his well-known gaffs at a couple of his rallies. At one, he called Trump’s supporters “chumps.” That is parallel to Hillary calling us “deplorables” in the 2016 campaign. That cost Hillary votes, but it is unlikely Biden’s “chumps” comment will cost him, as the media barely reported it....
Donald Trump’s Alleged Racism
Joe Biden began his campaign with a video, in which he referenced the idea that Donald Trump called white nationalists and supremacists “good people” after a tragic incident in Charlottesville, VA the weekend, September 11-12, 2017. That is just one of many claimed examples of Trump’s alleged racism. Others were cited throughout the campaign by Biden, Harris, their surrogates, and the mainstream media (MSM).
Opening Trump up to this charge is his bad habit of using imprecise language. That has often been latched onto by the MSM, which takes his every comment in the worst possible light, never giving him the benefit of the doubt. But more than that, the MSM distorts and takes his words out of context to make them sound nefarious, when they are not.
That has been the case every time they have claimed he said something racist. I have previously exposed such deceptions on the part of the MSM in my Tearing Apart book and in various articles on my politics website.
My Tearing Apart book presents the information in an orderly fashion and in one place, in Chapter 18, so I will not repeat what I say there here. But the information on my website is scattered over several different articles, so it is not as readily accessible.
Therefore, given this is such a common charge and being reiterated in the campaign, in this chapter I will gather together all of the alleged racist comments and actions by Trump that I address on my website and explain why they are not racist. I will add to them some alleged racist comments by Trump which I have not addressed previously, starting with the first such comment....
2020 Election Week
Rather than an Election Day, in 2020, we ended up with an Election Week. The official Election Day was on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, but the results were not known for days; and even then, they were under great dispute. In this chapter, I will report on events from Election Day on through to Monday, November 9, 2020.
Election Day, Tuesday
Heading into Election Day, the polls still had Joe Biden well ahead of President Trump, both in the national polling and in battleground states. About 100 million Americans had already voted. But the lines on Election Day were massive across the nation. News reports and commentators were encouraging people to remain in line, even if the polls had closed, as legally, you could still vote.
The early returns showed Trump was doing far better than was expected, but that did not include all of those early votes. As a result, things ended up being a lot closer than predicted.
As I predicted, the presidential election was not called on Election Day. When I went to bed at 9:00 pm, it was all still up in the air. I got up in the middle of the night and checked, and it was still undecided. I went back to bed and got up at 5:00 am, and it was still undecided....
Continuing Election Fraud Claims and Other Updates
This second section of this book will chronicle the continuing claims of election fraud, examine the validity of the various allegations, update the legal challenges, update the vote counts, and provide other relevant updates.
Results of Lawsuits and Legal Battles
Trump won a few lawsuits but lost far more. One that he won was here in PA. It involved a subset of the 10,000 late ballots. These are ones for which the voter did not submit a valid ID within three days of the election. That was the time period set by the state legislature, but our Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar, extended it to nine days. That was unconstitutional, since the state legislature sets voting rules, as explained previously (Trib. Court).
It was good this ruling went as it did to uphold the US Constitution. But it only affected about 2,200 of the 10,000 late ballots. Moreover, a federal court allowed for the remaining late ballots to be counted. And it did not look like the US Supreme Court would take up the case, as even the full 10,000 votes would not affect the outcome. That is sad, as this constitutional issue needed to be settled. Otherwise: ...
Continuing Election Fraud Claims and Other Updates
This discussion is continued from the previous chapter.
Israel and Saudi Arabia
In Volume Three of my Impeach trilogy, I report about peace treaties the Trump administration helped to broker between Israel and the UAE, Sudan, and Bahrain. On Monday, November 23, 2020, it was being reported Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was in the Middle East working on a new deal between Israel and Saudi Arabia.
It was even being reported that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had flown to Saudi Arabia and was meeting with Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman. That would be the first time an Israeli official ever met personally with a Saudi Arabian official. Truly historic.
I mentioned previously in this book that the development of vaccines via Operation Warp Speed would be Trump’s greatest legacy. Well, that might be eclipsed if the Trump administration is able to bring peace to the Middle East. US Presidents for decades have tried and failed, but it looks like Trump just might accomplish that historic feat.
GSA to Go Forward with Transition
The General Services Administration (GSA) is responsible for the transition of one President to another. On November 23, 2020, it was reported:
The General Services Administration ascertained Monday that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, clearing the way for the start of the transition from President Donald Trump’s administration and allowing Biden to coordinate with federal agencies on plans for taking over on Jan. 20….
Administrator Emily Murphy made the determination after Trump efforts to subvert the vote failed across battleground states…,
“Please know that I came to my decision independently, based on the law and available facts. I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official—including those who work at the White House or GSA—with regard to the substance or timing of my decision,” Murphy wrote in a letter to Biden (Trib/ AP. U.S).
Note the bias in the word “subvert” is by the AP. That is truly unreal. Using legal challenges is not “subverting” anything.
In any case, on Monday evening, Trump tweeted:
I want to thank Emily Murphy at GSA for her steadfast dedication and loyalty to our Country. She has been harassed, threatened, and abused – and I do not want to see this happen to her, her family, or employees of GSA. Our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good...
...fight, and I believe we will prevail! Nevertheless, in the best interest of our Country, I am recommending that Emily and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols, and have told my team to do the same.
What does GSA being allowed to preliminarily work with the Dems have to do with continuing to pursue our various cases on what will go down as the most corrupt election in American political history? We are moving full speed ahead. Will never concede to fake ballots & “Dominion”.
This decision and these tweets mean that Biden would get funding and allowed access to classified briefings and materials. It would also enable him to work with President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force and Operation Warp Speed to continue efforts in regard to COVID-19.
However, Trump made it clear, he was not conceding. He was still going to fight the declared election results, even as states were certifying their vote counts and electors were being selected. Notice also the mention of Dominion, so he still thought there was something there.
The stock market spiked the next day after these announcements, with the Dow closing over 30,000 for the first time ever. The media attributed that spike to the Biden transition. But more likely, it was the preceding good news about the CV vaccines that was driving the stock market surge.
On another point, this approval by the GSA could be a double-edged sword for Biden, as with it, he is now subject to the Special Counsel regulations. Whether one ever gets appointed to investigate his alleged corruption on behalf of his son Hunter and other family members remains to be seen. It might have to wait until the FBI finishes its probe of Hunter’s “laptop from hell,” if or when that ever happens.
A fiery hearing was held in Gettysburg, PA on Wednesday, November 25, 2020, the day before Thanksgiving, with the aforementioned Kelly and Parnell as the plaintiffs. During it, a lawyer said there had been a vote dump in the wee morning after Election Day, and it contained 600,000 votes for Biden and just 3,200 votes for Trump. That brought an audible gasp and laughter from those in attendance.
It was also claimed 1.8 million absentee ballots had been mailed out, but 2.5 million absentee ballots had been received. “Yet the Department of State reported on its website that, as of Oct. 27, it had processed 3.1 million applications for absentee ballots” (Trib. Trump).
It was also said that in 2016, PA did not certify its votes until December 12, so there was no reason for the rush to certify them this time on November 25.
But the main point brought out was that 100,000s of ballots were counted without observers from either side being present, Democrat or Republican. It was also said that when observers were allowed into the warehouse sized counting rooms, they were kept dozens of feet away, so that they could not see what was happening.
Trump was supposed to appear in person at this hearing, but at the last minute, that was changed to a virtual appearance. My local newspaper reported about that appearance in its normal bias manner: ...
Continuing Election Fraud Claims and Other Updates
This discussion is continued from the previous chapter.
Arizona and Nevada Updates
At the same time as the PA case was rejected by the US Supreme Court, the Nevada and Arizona Supreme Courts rejected cases in those states.
The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected a request from the state’s GOP chairwoman to inspect more ballots in her lawsuit that seeks to undo Democrat President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over Republican President Donald Trump in Arizona.
The decision Tuesday upheld a lower-court’s dismissal of Chairwoman Kelli Ward’s lawsuit that challenged certain ballots in metro Phoenix….
Ward had challenged ballots that had been duplicated in metro Phoenix because voters’ earlier ballots were damaged or could not be run through tabulators…
“For the Arizona Supreme Court to say there wasn’t enough evidence of error in the vote on the one hand, but on the other hand that we couldn’t see more, is to me an untenable result,” Wilenchik said (Trib./ AP. Arizona).
The third paragraph explains the claim of pristine mail-in ballots indicating fraud. The claim is that the original ballots were damaged, so they were replaced with duplicated new ballots. That would also explain why some witnesses reported seeing poll workers filing out ballots. But naysayers still see something fishy in these reports.
The last paragraph emphasizes the frustration many have with the courts. Either lawsuits were thrown out on technicalities, such as lack of standing, or they were thrown out for lack of evidence. But in some cases, the latter was due to not all of the evidence being allowed to be presented.
All of the constitutional questions that have been raised is the reason for the following:
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed suit on Tuesday [12/8/20] against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, claiming the four states exploited the pandemic to justify ignoring election laws.
In papers filed with the U.S. Supreme Court, Paxton claimed the states unlawfully enacted last-minute changes, which skewed the results of the general election.
The papers also allege that the majority of the rushed decisions, made by local officials, were not approved by the state legislatures, thereby circumventing the Constitution.
“The battleground states flooded their people with unlawful ballot applications and ballots while ignoring statutory requirements as to how they were received, evaluated and counted,” according to a statement posted on the Texas attorney general’s website (Newsmax. Texas).
Continuing Election Fraud Claims and Other Updates
This discussion is continued from the previous chapter.
Additional Mid to Late December Events
This first section of this final chapter on election disputes will provide updates on election and non-election related events occurring up to the end of 2020.
Sean Hannity Show:
On Sean Hannity’s radio show on December 18, 2020, Sean had three guests. Two were former poll workers by the names of Suzie and Bridget. They gave their last names, but I don’t remember them. They also had their attorney with them.
The reason they had their attorney is they had been fired from their positions as poll workers after they testified before a US Senate committee about the potential fraud they had witnessed. But you probably did not hear about their testimony and them being fired in the MSM. I know I didn’t, until I listened to the replay of this episode on Sean’s podcasts on iHeartRadio a couple of weeks later.
Compare that to the said to be “brave heroes” who came forward during the impeachment. The media praised the likes of Alexander Vindman and Marie Yovanovitch for being “patriotic Americans” when they testified in the House hearings. Then the MSM screamed foul when they were dismissed from their posts. I cover all of that in my Impeach trilogy. But here, crickets. Not a word about these sworn testimonies and them being fired. They both also signed sworn affidavits.
One of them testified to seeing ballot boxes being opened which did not have the proper security seals on them. But when she raised an objection, she was told not to worry about it. The other told of pristine ballots being counted.
Again, by pristine ballot is meant an absentee ballot that is not smudged or folded as a ballot would be if it were filled in and mailed in by a human. But if a machine fills it out, then there are no smudges on it. She said she could feel the difference between those ballots and other mail-in ballots. Having worked as a poll worker for many years, she knew what a ballot should feel like, and these felt different.
Sean then played a montage of the testimony of others who had testified under oath about possible fraud they had witnesses. It consisted of much that has been mentioned previously about mail-in ballots.
Sworn affidavits and testimony under oath is evidence. But the media keeps telling us there is no evidence, while not reporting about nor airing such hearings when such evidence is being represented....
Hunter Biden and Big Tech Updates
This chapter will update two major issues that were addressed previously in this book. The first was also covered in my three-volume set Dems Cannot Beat Trump, So They Impeach Trump.
Hunter Biden Update
On December 9, 2020, it was reported that Hunter Biden was under investigation by the US Department of Justice (DOJ), and by a federal court in Wilmington, Delaware, another one by the Southern District of New York, and one here in Pittsburgh, PA. It was said Hunter is under investigation for tax issues. And these investigations began in 2018.
The reports now are that the FBI does indeed have possession of the laptop, and it is Hunter’s laptop. He is under investigation for tax fraud and potential money laundering due to his activities in China. A GOP-led Senate committee is also investigating his foreign activities.
Throughout the impeachment of 2019-20, Dems claimed repeatedly that any claims Hunter and Joe Biden did anything wrong was a “debunked conspiracy theory.” However, Dems never would say who “debunked” the idea and when it was so debunked. This is all covered in all three volumes of my Impeach set.
Then when news of the “laptop from hell” was reported in December 2020, Dems and the MSM claimed it was “Russia disinformation.” Joe Biden even repeated that line during the final debate.
Twitter was so certain this was Russian disinformation that it censored any mention of it, while the media refused to report on it at all, unless to repeat the “Russia disinformation” line.
However, note the above date, 2018. That means throughout the entirety of the impeachment proceedings, Hunter was already under investigation. Why did not the Delaware District Attorney let the House or Senate know that? If it were known, then Trump’s request on the July 25 phone call might not have seemed out of line.
For that matter, if Trump knew Hunter was already under investigation, he might not have asked Ukraine President Zelensky for aid in investigating the Bidens.
I said all of this previously in regard to Hunter’s laptop. The FBI took possession of it in December 2019, while the impeachment proceedings were still occurring in the House and before the Senate trial ever started. But now we find out another investigation had started a year before that.
All of this should have been brought out during the impeachment trial. If it had, again, that impeachment might have never happened or at least gone as far as it did. And in the end, Trump might have gotten a bipartisan acquittal, with even Mitt Romney voting to acquit.
But since Trump was acquitted and remained in office, the MSM and Big Tech still needed to keep this whole issue hidden, less it affected Joe Biden’s chance of defeating Trump in 2020. And sure enough, their concerted efforts worked.
Polls show that almost 50% of people who voted for Joe Biden never even heard about the Hunter Biden scandal. And among those, almost 10% say they would not have voted for Joe Biden if they had known about it. That means, Joe Biden would have gotten 5% fewer votes if this story had not been squashed by the MSM and Big Tech.
Biden’s margin of victory in all of the battleground states was less than 5%. That means, if this story had been honestly reported by the MSM and if Big Tech had not censured it, Trump would have won the election. And not only would he have won it, but it would have been a landslide, with him getting even more than the 306 electoral votes he got in 2016 and Biden got in 2020....
Donald J. Trump could have won the 2020 presidential election, if it were not for the MSM and Big Tech covering up the corruption of Joe Biden, by way of his son Hunter. In fact, Trump may have won the election, if it were not for alleged fraud hiding that victory. That alleged fraud is also being covered up by the MSM and Big Tech.
Making matters worse is the courts refused to even hear the potential evidence for that alleged fraud. Most every case was thrown out for lack of standing or some other such technicality.
The worst was the US Supreme Court refusing to even hear a case relating to the very basic question of if entities other than state legislatures could change election laws. That constitutional question needed to be settled, but never was.
This lack of a recourse in the courts left the millions of people who voted for Donald Trump feeling frustrated, with no legal recourse left to address those frustrations.
Those frustrations boiled over into important events and erupted into a tragic incident that opened 2021. Those events and their aftermath will be addressed in the next book in this series. That book will be Tragic Ending to Donald J. Trump’s Great Presidency: Capitol Building Uprising Leads to Impeachment 2.0, as Media and Big Tech Bias and Claims of Election Fraud Continues.
All of these events are also covered in my previous book Trump’s 2020 Election Tweets, Georgia Phone Call, and January 2021 Speeches: Did Trump’s Claims of Election Fraud Lead to the Capitol Building Uprising?
Alleged Corruption, Bias, and Fraud: Allegations of the Corruption of Joe Biden, Bias of the Media and Big Tech, and Fraud in the 2020 Election. Copyrighted © 2021 By Gary F. Zeolla.
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