Hard-to-find 2020 election fraud stories and links, by Sharyl Attkisson

Sharyl Attkisson has made a successful transition from the legacy media to the alternative media. From Attkisson at sharylattkisson.com:

It is easy to find one side of the story when it comes to allegations of 2020 election fraud, but not so easy to get details regarding the other side of the story.

Below, you will find a variety of links to stories and information that is not being widely reported in some press circles. Too often, reporters and analysts are making incorrect claims and conclusions in their reporting, and are weighing in as if advocates rather than presenting factual information and differing views.

As you peruse the links below, it’s left to you, as always, to assess the information and decide for yourself what to think. The goal here is simply to make accessible material that powerful interests are trying to censor.

Please note that depending on when you read this, some of the news links or material may be outdated so be sure and continue searching for your own information to stay current.

Read: Penn. Sen. Mastriano pushes for legislation to vacate state its certification of the election 11/27

Listen: President Trump’s 11/25 comments to Pennsylvania hearing

Full Pennsylvania hearing (mentioned above) 11/25

Nevada judge allows Trump to present evidence of fraud 11/25

Read: Penn. judge blocks state from finalizing election results until. hearing Friday 11/27 on Republican claims

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2 responses to “Hard-to-find 2020 election fraud stories and links, by Sharyl Attkisson

  1. In Pennsylvania is the most potentially positive event of a Biden–>Trump turn around that I have seen to date. State Senator Dick Mastriano is the leader. 5 min 48 sec video.
    https://whatyouthoughtiwentaway.wordpress.com/2020/11/29/the-legislature-must-assert-its-constitutional-authority-on-presidential-electors-trump-to-get-20-electors-biden-to-lose-20/

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