Something very strange following the Nov. 3, 2020, presidential election has happened. Despite the occurrence on election night of numerous unprecedented acts such as the sudden vote-counting suspension in several key states where Donald Trump was leading at the time; how votes within some of these states, in mere minutes, gave rise to a Continue reading “Article: Media’s silence on election fraud: Deafening”
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The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) announced Friday it would not hear a case brought by Texas claiming four other states that unconstitutionally changed their voting laws gave Joe Biden a win in the 2020 presidential election, adversely impacting on pro-Trump states, like Texas, that did so comply. That decision and the Dec. 14 confirmation by the Electoral College of a Biden victory now extremely limit President Donald Trump’s remaining options.
For Trump supporters, the news was as disheartening as that received in 1836 about outnumbered Texas defenders at the Alamo being massacred by the Mexican army. But from that defeat came inspiration. Forty-six days later, Gen. Sam Houston, with the battle cry, “Remember the Alamo,” inspired his troops to win the Battle of San Jacinto – a decisive first step in liberating Texas from Mexico.