35 tweets explain why people think the last election was rigged

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Many on the left and some entrenched Republicans do not understand why so many people are suspicious of the outcome of the last election. They swear everything was flawless and kosher.

A man named Darryl Cooper wrote and sent a series of 35 tweets that captured and crystallized the thoughts and suspicions of many smart and critical people.

Darryl is a researcher, writer and creator of the historic MartyrMade podcast. He is also co-host with author Jocko Willink of The Unraveling podcast.

Last Thursday, Cooper posted a thread of 35 tweets about the 2020 election.

As he explains, it was not just the way they saw the votes being counted or the voting machines that tested people’s faith in our electoral process and our democracy. It was the past four years and how Democrats, FBI, CIA, DOJ, media, Hollywood, and the sports industry fared over those four years.

You may believe that the 2020 elections were held fairly in every state and across the country, but after reading this Twitter thread, you will get an idea of ​​why others may think differently or at least have many unanswered questions.

You can read his thread on Twitter Here are a few of his tweets to give you an idea of ​​what he wrote brilliantly.

“I think I’ve had discussions with enough Boomer-level Trump supporters who think the 2020 election was fraudulent to extract a general theory on their point of view. This is also the view of most people on Capitol Hill on 1/6, and probably even of Trump himself. 1 time

Most believe some or all of the theories involving midnight ballots, voting machines, etc. are not particularly attached to it. 2 / x

Here are the facts – real and confirmed facts – that shape their perspective: 1) The FBI / etc. spied on the 2016 Trump campaign using evidence fabricated by the Clinton campaign. We now know that everyone involved knew it was a fake from day one (see: Brennan’s memo from July 2016 etc). 3 / x

They are people from the Tea Party. The guys who give their kids a pocket constitution for their birthday and have Founding Fathers memes in their bio. The intelligence community spying on a presidential campaign using false evidence (including forged documents) is a big deal for them. 4 / x

Everyone involved lied about their involvement for as long as they could. We only learned that the DNC paid for the fabricated evidence due to a court order. Comey on TV denied knowing the DNC paid for it, while we have emails from a year earlier proving he did. 5 / x

This was true for everyone from CIA Dir Brennan and Adam Schiff – who were on TV saying they had seen clear evidence of collusion with Russia, while admitting under oath behind closed doors that they hadn’t seen any – all along the line. In the end, we found out it was ALL wrong. 6 / x

At first, many Trump members feared there was some collusion, as not every media and intelligence agency would invent it out of thin air. When it was clear that they had reconciled, people expected accountability and had many delusions about their government when it did not happen. 7 / x

We know that the Steele file was the only evidence used to justify spying on the Trump campaign, b) The FBI knew that the Steele file was a DNC operation, c) Steele’s source told the FBI that information no was not serious, d) they did not tell the court about any of this and continued to spy. 8 / x

Trump supporters know about the front-and-back collusion case. They went from worrying that the collusion must be real, to suspicion that it might be fake, to realizing that it was a scam, and then looked at every institution – agencies, press, Congress, universities – enlighten them for an additional year. 9 / x

There are 26 more of these gems and I recommend you click on the following link to read them.

Tweets by Darryl Cooper

I couldn’t have said it better.

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