BREAKING: Maricopa County Elections Officials DELETED ENTIRE DATABASE from Voting Machines – Including “All Election Information” from Main Database — With Copy of Senate Letter (thegatewaypundit.com)
Watch these quickly as they might not be up for long. Censorship is the new norm, which is proof that we are no longer living in a free country. What the article/video are about is further evidence of the same thing. Will we ever see justice again in America? Will anyone ever be held accountable for the corruption? Will our votes ever count again?
Rules of Common Sense:
1) You don’t delete databases if there is nothing to hide.
2) You don’t risk breaking the law by deleting databases after being ordered to keep them unless you have something really big to hide.
3) The adage, “say something long enough and loud enough and people will believe it” has been used to death lately. In fact, oftentimes it has been accompanied with a whack-a-mole approach to any idea that might contradict the official narrative.
But hopefully people are starting to get propaganda-weary and are beginning to think for themselves.
Again, watch this video quickly, because MSM deletes/censors/crushes the truths that it doesn’t want you to see.
Fun Facts About Truth
Truth is often crushed in totalitarian regimes because oftentimes, especially when the state acts against its people, “truth is the enemy of the state.” (Goebbels)
So, ironically, totalitarian regimes often define their narrative as the official truth. For example, “Pravda,” the Russian news service, means “truth” in English. In other words, whatever the state says is true is “true,” and it calls anything that it doesn’t agree with a lie (if it doesn’t suppress it altogether).
But truth is resilient. It has reality on its side. When you give the common man the facts, he will act wisely. (Thomas Jefferson) This is evident from our system of justice. There are 2 opposing sides, and 2 opposing ideas—prosecution vs. defendant, plaintiff vs. defendant. The system is set up so that each side has the maximum incentive to persuade the jury to see its position as truth. And out of all of the ideas presented, the “common man” jury makes the decision.
And usually, the jury makes a wise and just decision. This is the best system out of all of the systems for arriving at the truth. Truth has reality on its side. And so those who love truth or who are not afraid of the truth are advocates of free speech. They are not afraid of new ideas, including opposing ideas. Only those who hate truth fear a free marketplace of ideas, because their lie will lose when the truth is exposed.
“Freedom is the freedom to say that 2+2=4,” wrote Winston Smith in the dystopian novel, 1984. ” 2+2″ was the first thing ever typed into the world’s first personal computer. And back then the computer responded with a true answer, “4.” That might not happen today, given the totalitarian tendencies of the major tech companies. In fact, you will probably get censored if you dare to speak an unpopular truth, especially one that would lessen the profits or the power of the elites in charge.
The irony of the new “tolerant liberal” is that they view freedom as a bad thing if you do or even think something that they don’t like. Even if it is the truth. Nowadays you could get fired for speaking truth (such as saying that that the value of X+X is different than the value of X+Y). A few have been fired for saying that, in fact. Many ideas today are subject to severe censorship, even in countries that are supposed to be free (like ours). Only by questioning authority, questioning the narrative, looking to multiple sources (including search engines like Brave and Duck Duck Go) and thinking for yourself can you come to an understanding of the truth today. Because the mainstream will not make it easy for you to do so.
But there is hope.
As the wise Gandhi said, “truth is self-sustained.”
And it always wins in the end.
“Whenever I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fail. Think of it, always.” (Gandhi)