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Pattern of Fraud Seen in Third-World Country

Dec 29, 2020

America is not the first place to experience election fraud. There are known red flags from countries with proven election fraud … and those same red flags were present in our November election!

Last year, when a Bolivian election was close enough to trigger a second round of voting, the vote counting “stopped being updated for 24 hours.” When votes were finally updated, one candidate’s lead was “just wide enough to stave off a second round” by a fraction of less than 3/20ths of one percent, according to the BBC.

This prompted an immediate criticism from the State Department’s Assistant Secretary of Western Hemisphere Affairs: “The U.S. rejects the Electoral Tribunal's attempts to subvert #Bolivia's democracy by delaying the vote count & taking actions that undermine the credibility of Bolivia's elections. We call on the TSE to immediately act to restore credibility in the vote counting process.”

Yet this pattern is exactly what happened in Wisconsin. The vote reporting paused, and then Biden “won” WI by less than 3/4th of one percent—

just beyond the 1/4th of a percent necessary to block an automatic recount.

We must demand that our U.S. legislators hold America to at least the same standards that our Department of State demands of elections in third-world countries! Send your urgent fax to our federal legislators and demand that they object to this election and vote for President Trump. -Your Faith & Liberty Team

In case you missed it, already seven states called for Biden now have cast two sets of Electoral College votes. There is still a possibility of stopping the fraud, but not if we sit on the sidelines. Congress will vote on this election on January 6.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) as Chair of the U.S. Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing about election fraud. But some Republican legislators in D.C. are wavering under pressure. They urgently need to hear from you with the demand to stand strong against election results that have been swayed by fraud.

Send your crucial fax demanding the U.S. Senate and House investigate fraud across our nation and, in this contested election, vote to support President Trump in the U.S. House.

Republican Electoral College voters cast alternate votes for President Trump in Pennsylvania (20), Georgia (16), Michigan (16), Wisconsin (10), Arizona (11), Nevada (6), and New Mexico (5). All combined, these contested states have 84 Electoral College votes. That is more than enough to swing the presidential election for one candidate or the other.

However, the next battle is for these alternate votes to be officially recognized by state and national government representatives. Both Nevada and Pennsylvania are still working to get those alternate votes officially received and counted.

The U.S. House and Senate can, with the objection of one member from each chamber, contest election results. Two members of the legislature can constitutionally take control of this election out of the hands of these swing states and move it to the federal level.

This is why it is so important to reach out to U.S. Representatives and Senators right now and urge them to stand strong when our nation needs them the most and to fight to count only legitimate votes.

Send an urgent fax to these U.S. legislators imploring them to take a hard look at all the election fraud across America and vote in line with legitimate votes to elect President Trump to a second term.

These swing states know their election has been tainted and should not certify their election. Nor should the U.S. House accept any fraudulent election results from these swing states under these circumstances.

Get this information directly to our federal legislators with your urgent fax straight to those who can stop this election fraud and restore the integrity of our voting system.

The Constitution envisioned contested elections. If there is a contested election that is objected to by one member in the House and Senate, the contested election should be heard and decided in the U.S. House with one vote per state, which currently has a slim Republican majority.

This is certainly a contested election. Our concern is not partisan. Rather, our focus is and has been on the issue of a trustworthy election. The American constitutional republic depends upon elections that are fair and honest. We are working tirelessly to make certain this election meets both of those categories.

Send an urgent fax to the Republicans in the U.S. Senate and House with information on fraud across the nation. Demand that they fulfill their constitutional duty to stop this election from being stolen.

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We want to encourage you with this verse, “I have set the Lord continually before me; Because He is at my right hand, I will not be shaken” (Psalm 16:8). Our confidence should be in our Lord and not in our circumstances.

Pray for our team and for our nation.

Peggy Nienaber, Vice-President, Faith & Liberty
Mat Staver, Chairman
Rev. Gregory Cox, Lead Missionary, Faith & Liberty

P.S. There are large and growing problems of fraud across America. We cannot allow this to go unanswered. As I mentioned above, we have a new Challenge Grant that will effectively DOUBLE the impact of your donations between now and the end of the year! Select here to equip our staff to fight this battle for a free and fair election.

Then send a fax directly to our U.S. legislators to urge them to challenge the election results and vote for the candidate who didn’t attempt to cheat Americans in this election.

And sign the petition to key U.S. legislators to implore them to take action.


BBC News. (2019, Oct 22). Bolivia election: Anger mounts over result confusion.

Kozak, M.G. (2019, Oct 21) Acting Assistant Secretary for U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Official Twitter Account. Posted at 9:57 PM on @WHAAsstSecty.

Pentchoukov, I. (Updated: 2020, Dec 17). Electors in 7 States Cast Dueling Votes for Trump. The Epoch Times.