To the Editor:

When I submitted my last letter regarding election fraud, I thought perhaps it would be cancelled. Instead it was published with an editor's note regarding the documentary titled “Absolute Proof: Exposing Election Fraud and the Theft of America By Enemies Foreign and Domestic.” The note said the documentary, “Have been repeatedly debunked by state and local officials, thrown out by the courts and contradicted by federal agencies.”

South Dakota’s governor is a state official who stated the election was rigged as reported by this paper in February. The documentary includes many cyber security experts such as retired Army Col. Phil Waldron. It also includes the testimony of cybersecurity expert Russell James Ramsland Jr., who performed the “court ordered” forensic audit of Michigan’s Antrim County. Ramsland has an MBA from Harvard and worked with NASA, MIT and served on technical government panels.

The Antrim County audit concluded that “Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.” The documentary provided data captured during the election that identifies the computers that hacked into the various election sites and supports what the Antrim County Audit found to be true.

So there are many “officials” that deserve the media’s fair and balanced investigation with a mindset that says, “What if this is real?” Simply dismissing those concerned about the integrity of our elections out of hand does not speak well for today’s corporate media, who seem to be involved with the real conspiracy that Time Magazine revealed in February.

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The Washington Post, in which this paper acts as a mockingbird, has recently had to admit that the dirt they put out regarding Trump’s conversation with Georgia election officials was incorrect. The Georgia secretary of state released a recording of the actual call that “revealed that The Post misquoted Trump’s comments on the call, based on information provided by a source.” What source?

Imagine if the election fraud conspiracy is real, and Trump actually won the election. What would state and local officials, the courts and various federal agencies have to do about that?

Steve Sibson