Fauci Moves the Goalposts, Again
War Room explains what this audience already knows: they’ll never let us go back to normal. Stephen K. Bannon and Raheem Kassam react to the New York Times announcing the pandemic will never end.
57,000 Votes in Dallas
Mike Lindell returns and shares his biggest takeaway from his successful Jimmy Kimmel interview — which now has over 3 million views and 56,000 likes.
Plus, Lindell says Texas wasn’t immune from voting machine fraud just because they didn’t use Dominion.
“They had ES&S and there were 57,000 votes flipped in Dallas before noon on Nov. 3,” he said.
“All the machines are the same,” Lindell said.
Shut Up and Get Your Gene Therapy
Raheem Kassam provides more details of the New York Times bombshell and Dr. Fauci’s lies.
“This is an attack against people who don’t want to get the vaccine,” he said. “And it’s also a moving of the goalposts again.”
“They’re saying shut up and get your vaccination,” Kassam said. “Or shut up and get your gene therapy, I should say.”
Mike Lindell reacts to Newsmax caving to Dominion in their defamation lawsuit, and says they’ll be sorry.
“They’re as bad as Alan Duke,” he said of Newsmax. “Where are their facts?”
Plus, Lindell previews major “game changer” news of election fraud coming out Monday in Michigan.
The Revolt Spreads to NH
Dustin Cournoyer, of Granite Shore Power, gives an update on where the New Hampshire election audit stands and how the grassroots is “hitting the gas” against illegal moves by officials blocking transparency.
Maryln Todd, founder of NH Voter Integrity Group, says officials colluding with Princeton and MIT to conduct the audit is “100 percent illegal,” since they are federally funded and would help oversee an audit of a federal election.
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That’s a Lot of Dead Voters
Honey Badger Mark Finchem returns for an update on the Maricopa County election audit and its recanvassing efforts.
The recanvass will check ballots from dead people and mail-in ballots sent from addresses at vacant lots. Finchem says, “That is a pretty big number.”