Outraged over vote fraud? Contact your state legislature and insist they protect voting integrity


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(Natural News) Are you outraged by all of the voter fraud that has been coming to light since the election? Many of us, President Trump included, suspected that mail-in ballots would lend themselves to widespread fraud and that the Democrats would be up to their usual tricks, but some of the stories we are hearing have been nothing short of shocking.

From ballots cast for Trump mysteriously disappearing and Trump voters being tricked into having their ballots turned provisional to thousands of votes for Biden magically appearing in the middle of the night, it has been an absolute disaster from start to finish.

Poll watchers in places like Michigan have said they personally saw invalid votes being processed and people voting multiple times, with other poll watchers saying they were instructed by supervisors to backdate ballots illegally. In Pennsylvania, tens of thousands of ballots were somehow returned earlier than their sent dates.

Highly questionable things are happening with votes across the country. This is something that every American should be horrified by, regardless of who they want to see in the Oval Office. The nation is a democracy, and the people’s true choice must be honored.

What can you do about it?

If you feel helpless watching the situation unfold, keep in mind that there is always something you can do about it – especially if you happen to live in one of the swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Virginia or Wisconsin.

The website Honest Election 2020 has conveniently compiled all of the contact information for all of the state legislatures in these swing states to make it easy for you to contact them and urge them to protect the honest vote.

They also provide a helpful script that you can use verbatim or you can use to inspire your own dialogue for politely getting your message across about how unacceptable this is and requesting a transparent audit of ballots and electronic voting systems.

Remember, getting in touch with your representatives is the most powerful way to make your voice heard in America, so don’t be afraid to call – you can even contact representatives that are not in your own state.

You should also follow up your phone calls with emails and share the site with everyone you know. The more people who make their voices heard about this very pressing issue, the better.

Simply head to the Honest Election 2020 page and click on the state whose representatives you wish to contact, which are all listed across the top of their simple and user-friendly page.

Once you click on your desired state, you will be presented with a list of names, email addresses and phone numbers for those in the Senate and House of the corresponding state.

Honest Election 2020 suggests you prioritize calling legislators in the following order:
1.    Your local representative in the state House
2.    Your local state senator
3.    Your federal congressman
4.    Your federal senator

They also suggest that people contact the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to complain about the false election reporting we have been subjected to by networks like CNN. They can be reached by calling (888) 225-5322, then selecting Option 1, then 4, then 2, then 0.

Remind the FCC that networks cannot legally report news they know to be false. This means that networks that are referring to Joe Biden as “the president elect” are in violation because official election authorities have yet to declare a legal winner and states still have to certify their votes.

You can also stay on top of the latest news about vote fraud by checking VoteFraud.news regularly.

Sources for this article include:

HonestElection2020.com

NaturalNews.com

NewsTarget.com


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