After nearly eight weeks of news coverage of the disgraceful corruption of the voting this past Nov. 3 in our national election in — specifically, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — why do I (and a few close friends who follow the news) feel that the election was corrupt, that it was stolen from us citizens, and how can future elections be trusted? 

There are three answers. In recent weeks, U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr said he didn't see any corruption (he didn't look very hard, or not at all), seven members of the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case (a neglect of duty to us citizens) and the liberal media's constant questions ("When are you going to concede, Mr. Trump?" and "Where is the evidence, Mr. Trump?"). President Trump had every right to decide when he would concede. Evidence? It was in the affidavits, but nobody wanted to see them! And, of course, there is no doubt of the criticism and hatred for President Donald Trump by the liberal media!

God help us all!

John Caruthers

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