- - Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Justice has long been said to be blind. After the bogus 2020 presidential election the saying should be changed to “Justice is deaf, dumb, blind and dead.” To put it into perspective, the vast majority of TV news outlets and newspapers have been saying there is no evidence of fraud in the election.

These outlets have said this supposed lack of evidence for the refusal of courts around the country to hear challenges brought by President Trump. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the complaints, too, leaving the people to suffer not knowing the truth about the real winner of the presidency.

What has occurred is a gross miscarriage of justice on a level never before seen before in our country. Eyewitnesses to misconduct at the voting stations who signed affidavits under penalty of perjury where the same ballots were counted numerous times were ignored. A number of states violated their own laws and allowed dead people and illegal immigrants to vote, and fake ballots to be counted. Videos showing cases of ballots being pulled out from under tables and counted after poll watchers left for the night were ignored. We were told none of it was enough — so I have to ask, when is there enough evidence?

If 100 people looked up in the night sky and saw a UFO and took pictures, and another hundred were sleeping at the time, would the first set of people be lying if the second bunch said they didn’t see anything? The only way to prove what they saw was to present the photos.

In the case of election fraud, we people were denied our due process by a judicial system and news media that turned a blind eye.



GREGORY J. TOPLIFF

Warrenville, S.C.

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