“Absolute Proof” Stays Online Despite YouTube Ban
By now everyone knows Mike Lindell, the Pillow Guy, who made a name for himself and his company through his unwavering support for President Trump.
Lindell’s online presence is one of the latest casualties in an information war, waged not merely by online and offline media companies against conservative populists. As recounted with impressive detail in a recent article entitled “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election,” published in Time Magazine, every institution in America is now in open war against conservative populists.
One of the latest forms of “dangerous misinformation” being overtly censored in America is anything that challenges the legitimacy of the recent presidential election. To anyone willing to peruse what’s left of alternative media, the level of hypocrisy and double standards at work is stunning, if not terrifying.
Being outspoken on matters concerning voter fraud is to commit what for Twitter is known as a violation of their “ban evasion policy.” Mike Lindell, as outspoken as they come, is no longer active on Twitter. Even his company’s Twitter account has been terminated.
Lindell’s biggest transgression to-date is to produce a lengthy documentary that aims to compile and summarize the principle sets of evidence of 2020 voter fraud across several swing states. The threat of massive lawsuits by the manufacturers of voting machines has kept reporting to a minimum, so if you want to know more about it, Lindell’s video is helpful. You won’t find it on YouTube, however, it was pulled down after a short-lived appearance on the platform that got millions of views.
Lindell’s video, entitled “Absolute Proof,” can be found, for now, on his website.
But he is not alone. Displayed below are some of the more well circulated links that offer additional information, or “misinformation,” depending on your point of view, on the recent presidential election. To suppress these perspectives, and all of them are being suppressed, is counterproductive. Much of what is asserted here may not be true, or may be exaggerated. But to deny them any reach is to deny them honest critical analysis. It legitimizes accusations that what is being suppressed is not dangerous because it is inflammatory, but because it is true.
Here are just a few arguments against a fair election:
Forensics report, Antrim County Michigan voting systems, Allied Security Operations Group.
Reports on election integrity, Epoch Times
5 More Ways Joe Biden Magically Outperformed Election Norms, The Federalist
How foreign intelligence agencies monitored the 2020 election, General Mike Flynn on Lou Dobbs Tonight.
“Joe cheated. Here’s proof.” – compilation by The Daily Deplorable.
Joe Biden’s Votes Violate Benford’s Law (Mathematics).
Report on election Fraud in Georgia, State Senator William Ligon, Summary of testimony from December 3, 2020 hearing.
“How Democratic and liberal groups used lawsuits to force states to water down voting rules” (video), Kim Strassel, Wall Street Journal.
What must be faced by anyone hoping to avoid further polarization is the fact that even if massive, orchestrated voter fraud did not occur, to say that all claims of any fraud, anywhere, are “baseless,” is a patronizing insult. Fraud, and elections orchestrated by powerful elites, are a fact of American history.
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