Yikes, the new book by Mollie Hemmingway, Rigged, How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections, is that book that has been needed for a while now. It’s the essential first step in identifying the election fraud not just of the 2020 elections, but over time, many elections. It establishes the relevant legal arguments for our present crises in a genuinely open and shut case by establishing “intent” at the start of the book. Then running through the activism of the Trump presidency by those who made it clear they wanted to overthrow the results of 2016 and have a coup while he was in office. So, of course, when it came time to rig the election in favor of Joe Biden, Mollie shows just how it was done. All that ended up separating Trump from re-winning the presidency was around 43,000 votes out of many millions. And that was generated with extraordinary cheating that went on at many levels, so there is a lot of reason for Democrats to worry. They went all in to steal this election; they have been doing it for a long time. But never had things been this close after they went so far to do it. Their footprints were defiantly seen coming out of the corner they painted themselves in. And that’s where Mollie’s book is unique because she identifies the primary problem. No wonder Facebook recently went down for several hours when they found out this book was about to be released. They likely had to get rid of some significant evidence because this book shows how Facebook spent half a billion dollars tampering with the election process and explains how the votes were manipulated in favor of Democrats. This is a ball-busting book, one of the best I have ever read on a political subject. And it’s also the most relevant.
Ron DeSantis has already taken action based on what was learned in this book which Mollie Hemmingway researched immaculately. As a frequent Fox News contributor, she understands clearly the legal scrutiny that a book like this will generate. That made the book even better because she layed the case out so air-tight that nothing could escape. She essentially shows a pattern of behavior we should all be concerned with regarding Democrats’ treatment of elections and the Republican party over time. The patterns and intent to commit election fraud to achieve some “greater good” of socialism as they see it is a real danger to our country. While Republicans have been trying for decades to have an honest conversation with Democrats, and it is always “they” who attempt to look “bipartisan” when it comes to negotiations, Democrats have been out to kill and to make a belt out of their victims with the hides left behind. Democrats play to kill and nothing less. They do not want a shared vision for a red, white, and blue America. They want communism, and they’ll break any law to get there. Mollie made the case quite well. We all know the stories, but it was quite a compelling argument for her to go through the last 18 months of the Trump White House and show the sequence.
The Zuckerbucks trend emerging out of this book essentially shows that Mark Zuckerberg had to promise his activist employees at Facebook that they could use the power of their platform to change elections, which is precisely what he set out to do. Facebook’s role alone in removing Trump from office and going against the people who voted for him is criminal at best. Treason and sedition are what Facebook, Twitter, and Google participated in during 2020, in many ways. They view themselves as global, international companies. They could care less about American sovereignty, so they don’t give a second thought to committing treason and sedition or destroying the lives of the people who are in their way. Mollie makes the case in this book. The challenge we all have now, as a result, is in admitting the issue to ourselves. Facebook is not our friend. Google does not have our best interests in mind. All those warnings from Glenn Beck a decade ago by the supposed libertarians of Silicone Valley turned out to be true. What we saw in 2020 was essentially an evil plot of a crazy billionaire radical Bond villain trying to take over the world by some nefarious means through election fraud, in this case. Many of the voter irregularities that gave Biden the victory in unique places disproportionate to the surrounding regions, such as Maricopa County in Arizona and Fulton County in Georgia, were a direct result of the half-billion dollars Zuckerberg personally spent to make his employees happy in removing Trump and showing the world how much power, the tech companies had in America. They had sold themselves to the world and China specifically as a means to control populations, and now they had to put the rubber on the road and show everyone to what extent.
Mollie Hemmingway even covered the closing days of the Trump White House and the legal challenges that it had to undergo from a legal standpoint. Chronicling the intimidation of the attorneys in great detail and the momentum of the cases, it is not surprising that Trump and Rudy Giuliani resorted to the emotional aspects of the case. Things were being undone so quickly they had little choice. But the way Mollie chronicled the chaos, action for action, tells a story. We all know the story, but do we truly understand the level of activism our judicial system had been conducting in conjunction with Democrats. Their shared opposition was much more significant than just opposition to Trump. It was opposition to all of us who dared to assert that we wanted to be in control of anything, at least not our government. And there was Mark Zuckerberg and other big tech billionaires to announce that they were in charge, not the voters. They advertised themselves as being in control of the American population, and they had to live up to that sold revelation by any means possible. Trump was simply in the way of them making that declaration. The judicial system went along with it because they had already accepted this new power regime, and they feared it. They wanted to appease it as liberals to whatever degree they were liberal. So when it came time to become Judas, they couldn’t wait to get in line.
If a story ever needed to be told of fraud and a general condition of groups of people sharing a country who are opposed to one another, Rigged tells it. The tendency to cheat was their first option, their only option. Democrats and their technocrat partners never planned to get along with Republicans nor their Trump-supporting deplorables. They hate us, and we hate them. When it came to the election, they thought so little of us that they sought to steal it right in the light of day and never expected to get checked on it. They broke the law audaciously and showed even more that they had no respect for the law, even in small ways. They were looking toward a future world where the laws of the United States would mean nothing, and they treated the election of 2020 in just that fashion, using the laws when it suited their case and throwing them out when it didn’t. And they dared any of us to say otherwise. That is what Rigged says to the world, and it was a book that needed to be written and read because it digs into the heart of the fundamental issues of where we go from here.