Conservative Host’s Video BANNED on Twitter After Discovering Fake Voter Addresses

On election night, we all watched President Donald Trump take a strong lead in the early hours. Then, across the nation, liberal vote counters called a time out. That had never happened before in the history of American elections. When America woke up, we found that “votes” for Biden spiked by a huge number across the nation sometime between 3 and 4 AM. Even more strange is the fact that content creators aren’t even allowed to talk about it.

Today, those who still support Trump and who are convinced that the election was indeed stolen are called conspiracy theorists, terrorists, Nazis… everything we have been called for the last 5 years. By now, we’re kinda used to being smeared.

But, the uncovering of the “fortification” of the election is not over.

Last week, conservative morning talk show host Steven Crowder did an expose on thousands of non-existent, falsified voter addresses in the Chicago area. He was sternly warned by our Tech masters at Google that he would not be permitted to broadcast any claims that he or his team had not verified in person, with their own eyes. For that reason, he sent some of his own crew and comedian Dave Landau, to thousands of claimed Biden voter addresses. What they found was startling.

They found empty lots, brick walls, abandoned buildings, bridges, overpasses, grazing cows – all of which were registered as the home addresses of Biden voters as logged officially in the voter registry. Bear in mind, they did not find a handful. They did not even find a few hundred. They found thousands. Even stranger than this, after their first of two broadcasts on the subject, a few of the names and numbers they reported on live were changed in the voter registry. Crowder joked that the Clintons were scrambling to cover some foul deed.

Oddly enough, YouTube has allowed the video to remain up. Twitter, however, banned it — claiming some tissue of nonsense, as they always do.

Now, Crowder did not use Google maps to verify any of the addresses his team visited and videotaped. He did not use Google Maps for corroboration of the dilapidated state of these addressed because YouTube would have called it “hearsay” and banned the video. But his fans did check the addresses against Google Maps and they found that all of the addresses reported on in the show look exactly as shown on video on Google Maps.

That means there are three verifiable points of evidence for each address he reported on; video evidence from the show, public record from the voter registry, and images on Google Maps.

Remember when Joe Biden himself said, “We’ve put together the, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

It’s like they’re actively baiting us to call them out.

Check out Crowder’s segment below — while it’s still up.


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