Has there been a ‘Plot Against the President’?

As if 2020 couldn’t get any scarier, or more bizarre, there is an increasing body of credible evidence of voter fraud in the recent U.S. election. But could it be a symptom of an even more malevolent reality of historical — and systemic — political corruption? That’s the question that is explored in the excellent documentary, The Plot Against the President.

Even though a friend I respect had repeatedly recommended that I watch this particular video, it took me a couple of months to finally view it. To be honest, I was reluctant because it seemed like one of those far-fetched conspiracy theories. But then I had to remember that it was the WHO’s Director General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus who said back in March that “stigma is more dangerous than the virus itself … stigma is the most dangerous enemy”.

By the way, if you think that only Republicans are the only ones who are concerned about election fraud, then you might want to take a look at this tweet by Nancy Pelosi from 2017:

What’s more, there are so many anomalies in voter turnout — which included many who were even deceased!  — that the 2020 election looks decidedly fishy. For example, Rasmussen Reports, an independent electronic media company specializing in the collection and publication of public opinion polling information since 2003, recently tweeted:

The Plot Against the President makes for compelling viewing, detailing how even before Donald Trump’s election in 2016, the Democrats have done everything they can to delegitimise his Presidency, as well as prosecute anyone who seeks to uncover the truth of what they were doing. And whether or not they will succeed in winning the 2020 election is yet to be seen. Either way, this is a must-watch for understanding the political machinations currently at play.

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By |2020-11-23T11:44:54+11:00November 23rd, 2020|Fairness & Justice, Leadership, Safety & Security, World|0 Comments

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Mark Powell has six children and he serves as a Presbyterian minister. Mark is a passionate advocate for faith and family; he has been on radio and TV advocating for Freedom, Faith, Family and Life. He has also written for The Spectator.

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