New Mexico State University law professor David Clements said after reviewing all the evidence and legal cases, there is only one conclusion: the election on Nov. 3 was compromised.

“All of this information has been coming out day after day, week after week, month after month,” Clements told War Room, Monday. “The fact that people are still professing that there are no problems with this election tells me that this isn’t ignorance, or it’s willful ignorance. And at that point you’ve got a part that you’re playing in a compromised election.” 

Clements pointed to the fact that the Maricopa County Supervisors admitted they do not have the administrative password for the voting machine system.

“When people make very very strong statements about who’s doing the election who’s running it and you find out they’re not running it at all, that’s problematic,” Clements said.

“It’s all going to come out,” said Stephen K. Bannon.

“It looks like the Board of Supervisors never had access to running their elections,” Clements said. “That was in the hands of Dominion the entire time.”

Clements said the majority Republican board  was corrupt and “complicit” in fraud.

“We’ve got to get away from this left-right paradigm,” he said. “We’ve got corrupt Republicans, we’ve got corrupt Democrats. They all like their power.”

Clements also discussed new details of the election fraud case in Michigan, and says there is hope for a forensic audit.

“There’s hope because the truth is on our side,” he said.


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