Ever since election day, people have been asking me what they can do. What they can do while we wait, what they can do to stop the steal, and what they can do to protect the integrity of our elections going forward.
It is up to us, the people who actually had the majority of legal votes, to make our voices heard loudly and clearly. We will not accept fraud stealing our votes.
Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia, and North Carolina all have Republican majorities in their statehouses. Those legislators have the power to vote that invalid ballots be rejected en masse if they were collected in defiance of the law. They have the power to insist that votes tabulated (and perhaps switched) with faulty voting software be recounted. They even have the power to insist that counties irredeemably tainted by fraud hold a do-over election.
We can and we must supply the backbone to legislators in the cheating states.
Here is how we can do it:
* Insist on a fair application of the law or a recount. Those legislators need a backbone. The people can give it to them.
* Make your voice heard by adding your name to the list of patriots demanding your state’s legislators to protect your vote. Click HERE ([link removed]) to find your state and email your legislators.
* Don’t lose heart. Continue to voice your concerns, your beliefs and your grievances. The world is listening.
If there is no certainty to the votes, there can be no legitimacy.
If for no other reason, the American people, including Joe Biden, should be demanding complete transparency of the 2020 electoral process. One of the foundational principles of our Republic is the integrity of our free and fair elections: if we cannot trust this process as trustworthy and this idea is annihilated, all bets are off for this country. But in a government of, by and for the people, all power ultimately flows from the people. We should start acting like that for a change, stand up for the republic and demand our elected officials do so as well.
Keep America Free
Email a letter to state legislators now! ([link removed])