For most of us, there is no convincing us that the election in 2020 was legitimate. One year later, we actually have enough evidence to prove that it wasn’t.
The thing that I always say is that too much coincidence is no coincidence at all. All of the little suspicious acts here and there and irregularities are far too numerous for it all to be coincidental.
So what I’m saying is that there is just too much evidence to suggest that all of this just happened by accident or dumb luck.
Many blame Mike Pence for not sending the vote back to the states and this week, he was actually called out on it face to face.
Speaking at a Young America’s Foundation event at the University of Iowa, Pence was asked by an audience member identified only as Jared whether “someone in the White House convinced you that it would destroy your hopes of becoming president” if he followed Trump’s pressure not to certify the election results in Arizona and other states.
“My question is what is the name of the person who told you to buck President Trump’s plan and certify the votes?” the audience member asked.
Pence, who hid from a marauding mob during the Jan. 6 invasion of the Capitol as some chanted “Hang Mike Pence,” responded, “James Madison” — the fourth president of the United States, who is known as the “father of the Constitution.”
Pence went on to elaborate a little more,
“I understand the disappointment in the election. You might remember I was on the ballot. But you’ve got to be willing to do your duty. And the time may come that some of you are in that position, or one like it. And I just have a feeling, based on the shining faces I’m seeing around here, you’re going to be men and women who do your duty in that time as well.”