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If There Was Nothing to Hide…

The Democrats who claim there was nothing to hide regarding the election results have flip flopped…again.

A Georgia judge – Timothy Batten – ruled that the voting machines should NOT be erased.

He then reversed his decision claiming the defendants no longer possessed the machines.  And that they are in the custody of the county.

We’re in the middle of The Most Corrupt Election in History.

So, it should come as no surprise that the erasing of these machines is a desperate attempt to cover up the entire fraud.

These officials are deliberately allowing the cover-up to take place.

Not only is this a violation of everyone’s civil rights, but it raises the question: If there was nothing to hide, why erase anything?

Plenty or Nothing to Hide


What’s at stake here goes way beyond a presidential election.

And there’s plenty to hide because it’s all about a loss of confidence in government.

The election process in America has been destroyed.

And that violation of trust is probably gone for good.


Who is going to believe/trust anyone in the next election?

The problem is, a Biden victory ushers in the Globalist agenda of the Great Reset.

If we don’t stop this madness and reverse the election outcome, then 2021 will be crazier than 2020, The Year of Chaos.

Add in the growing possibility of Lockdowns 2.0 and you’re looking at a global economic collapse of Biblical Proportions.

Ultimately, they will fail.

That’s the good news.

However, you cannot continue violate everyone’s civil rights without consequence.

Translation: You should expect more violence…especially from the Party of Peaceful Protests.

Don’t be fooled by the market’s reaction to this.

Loss of confidence in government drives money out of the public (government) sector and into the private (stocks) sector.

Learn how to prosper AND thrive in Turbulent Times in our December issue of “…In Plain English” (HERE).

And share this with a friend.  They’ll thank YOU later.

It’s Not Just About Finance.



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