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Swansen Report - Issue #17

Swansen Report - Issue #17
By Paul W. Swansen • Issue #13 • View online
Election Meddling

“The President’s misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box, for we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won,” lead impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff says during his opening statement at the Senate impeachment trial.
Seeing as there has been no direct evidence that one ballot or vote, let alone a mass of votes were changed by the Russians in the 2016 election, I’ll assert that the Russians are simply a paper tiger or bear in this matter.
What should be more concerning and frightening to the American voter and our Republic is the statements of Chairman Schiff and his minions. Ever since April of 2016, the Democrats and their minions have sought to delegitimize the 2016 election, and now apparently, do the same for the election this year. This is the same Democrat party and their minions who called out candidate Trump during the debates for not wanting to abide by the results, of the election in 2016.
However, since April of 2016 Democrat party members and their lackys, have gone above and beyond in their efforts to remove a duly elected President of our Democratic Republic. The democrats lost the 2016 presidential election that they were certain that would bring them to power. The democrats manipulated the democrat primary to get Hillary Clinton to the top spot, and then proceeded to lose the election in grand fashion.
We’re now hearing from the impeachment on the Senate floor, and the House Managers, that the 2016 Presidential election was a voting analomy, and therefor, so will the 2020 Presidential election, if President Trump isn’t removed from office. I’ll assert that it is the Democrat Party who are medeling with our elections and not any outside forces.
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