According to a group of “experts” – and you know how the left loves their so-called “experts” – there’s been a nefarious effort to get access to voting system software in several states and pass it along to allies of the one and only President Donald J. Trump. And if that’s not already enough to make your head spin, they’re claiming this could pose “serious threats” to the 2024 election. Seriously, can these people get any more creative with their conspiracy theories?
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) December 6, 2023
These self-proclaimed “experts” are demanding federal agencies investigate this supposed breach and even want a risk assessment of voting machines used across the country. The letter was organized by the left-leaning group Free Speech for People, which sounds more like Free Conspiracy Theories for the People if you ask me. This group has also been trying to ban Trump from the ballot in 2024 under the 14th Amendment. It’s like they’re making up new rules as they go just to keep Trump out of the picture.
And get this – the letter mentions a meeting in the Oval Office where Trump’s allies supposedly discussed their desire to get their hands on voting machines in the swing states that Trump lost. It’s like they think we’re living in some sort of spy thriller movie. Oh, and they even bring up Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, as if those two need any more attention. Can we just leave them in 2020 where they belong?
The letter goes on to talk about unauthorized breaches and unauthorized access to voting equipment in Georgia, Michigan, and even Colorado. The left is really pulling out all the stops with these allegations. They’re trying to connect the dots between Trump’s allies and alleged breaches in multiple states. These folks must have a wild imagination to come up with this level of fiction.
But the most outrageous part of all this is the claim that possession of voting system software could enable people to meddle in the 2024 election. They’re acting like a few lines of code are some sort of magical tool for election interference. It’s like they think we’re living in a sci-fi movie, not the real world.
And just when you think the story couldn’t get any more outlandish, they bring in MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and claim he’s been promoting election conspiracy theories. It’s like they’re trying to tie every conservative figure they can think of into this wild tale. What’s next? Are they going to say Santa Claus was involved too?
It’s just another day in the world of left-wing conspiracy theories. The only thing that’s being stolen here are our brains by these outlandish claims. Hopefully, the authorities will come to their senses and put an end to this madness before we’re all living in a real-life soap opera.