World Affairs Brief, November 11, 2022 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.
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Blaming Trump for the Failure of a “Red Wave” Midterm Election
The mainstream media talking heads and Democrat partisans were jubilant that the predicted “red wave” of anti-Biden backlash didn’t seem to materialize in Tuesday’s midterm elections, except in Florida. By Wednesday the political analysis had changed from “Democrats doing better than expected” to “Conservatives are starting to blame Donald Trump after the Republican “red wave” failure.” Following that there was positive talk by mainstream and establishment pundits for Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida being the only Republican politician they eagerly view as capable of denying Trump the GOP nomination in 2024. Leave it to the mainstream media to spin what should have been a political disaster into an anti-Trump victory. But Trump was hardly responsible for the surprisingly poor results for key Republicans. Completely missing in the mainstream news analysis is any hint that election computer and ballot fraud is still with us, and although the outward results paint the same picture, the evidence of vote tampering is more carefully hidden than last time. The 2020 election was indeed stolen from Donald Trump, but his attorneys failed to use the best evidence of both computer vote flipping, disappearing Trump votes, and massive illegal ballot drops that I presented in my election coverage in the WAB. This legal failure by the Trump team to document the crime provided the mainstream media the easy excuse to label anyone believing in election fraud as an “election denier.” This week I will cover the various factors, including vote fraud, that led to this second election fiasco in a row. Continue reading “Skousen: Vote Fraud Again a Deciding Factor in 2022”