Gettysburg Address 2.0? The ‘Pennsylvania Bombshell’ the Media Blacked Out

GETTYSBURG, PA – If you weren’t paying attention to the torrent of election controversy news last Wednesday, or even if you were, you might have missed the election fraud hearing conducted by Pennsylvania state lawmakers in which credible witnesses and experts offered compelling and head-turning facts and testimony that cast a long shadow of suspicion on official election results in the Keystone State.

That’s because the event, one which should have been worthy of prime time treatment even by those interested in disproving the fraud allegations, was effectively blacked out by American news media.

Why? Maybe because they couldn’t continue to describe President Donald Trump’s claims of fraud as ‘baseless’ or ‘without evidence’ if they aired expert and witness testimony offering basis and evidence of election fraud.

First in Freedom Daily offered a live stream the four hour hearing here.

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Noting the curious lack of coverage, Paul Kengor, of the American Spectator, did his own due diligence to find that the hearings contained several bombshells that are not easily dismissed as ‘baseless.’

From the American Spectator:

“There are landslides and then there are landslides. There are lopsided votes and then there are lopsided votes. There are egregious examples of vote manipulation and then there are really egregious examples of vote manipulation. What surfaced during hearings in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on November 25, 2020, may set the standard for electoral outrageousness. An expert testifying to the Pennsylvania Senate flagged a batch of ballots that recorded some 570,000 votes for Joe Biden and only 3,200 for Donald Trump.

Yes, you read that correctly. That would equate to Joe Biden bagging 99.4 percent of that enormous chunk of votes. That one batch alone would have flipped the state to Biden.

This bombshell was dropped last Wednesday at the Wyndham Hotel in Gettysburg. The November 25 hearings, which began at 12:30 p.m. and ran for nearly four hours, were convened at the request of Sen. Doug Mastriano (R-Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, and York counties). It was sponsored by the Senate Majority Policy Committee, chaired by Sen. David Argall (R-Berks/Schuylkill). Mastriano has called what happened “unacceptable,” and has called for the resignation of Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar.

This particular gem was provided by Ret. Col. Phil Waldren, a former combat officer with a background in Army information and electronic warfare. Waldren, who testified along with Rudy Giuliani’s team, brought to the hearing his considerable expertise in analysis of election-data fraud. […]”

How many Thanksgiving gatherings do you think were aware of such a basis for ‘Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud conspiracy theories?’

Had this hearing been covered by major networks; if it’s highlights had been discussed on the evening news; a great many Americans may have come away from their turkey dinners with a little more curiosity (or suspicion) about the integrity of our recent election.

Of course, that’s why the anti-Trump media and their Leftist comrades couldn’t afford to let that be a topic of conversation to be held by Americans giving thanks for the unique blessings we as Americans enjoy.

That being said, the bombshell described by Kengor in this piece is a doozy. Here is, perhaps, the most notable exchange of the entire hearing, regarding that bombshell:

“Waldren: At the very beginning of the chart, where there’s a circle that says “On Election Day,” what that indicates is there’s a spike in loaded votes. 337,000-plus-or-minus-some votes that were added in there in one big batch. So that was an anomaly in the reporting. Normally you would expect to see a smooth curve going up, not any big spikes, that’s kind of what Greg was talking about, the anomalies of loading and uploading those votes. So that big spike that occurs there is a prime indicator of fraudulent voting.

Giuliani: And that’s [a total of] 604,000 votes in 90 minutes, is that right?

Waldren: Correct, this is [shows chart] 337,000 votes in that period of time.

Giuliani: And when you look at this entire curve, with all these spikes, can you calculate how much of a vote that accounted for for Biden, and how much for Trump?

Waldren: Close to 600,000. I think our figures were about 570-some-odd-thousand that all those spikes represent overtime.

Giuliani: For Biden?

Waldren: Correct.

Giuliani: And how much for Trump?

Waldren: I think it was a little over 3,200.”

Watching this exchange live was extraordinary. Not just because of the massively suspicious anomaly, but because of the reaction of those in attendance at the hearing.

Like a punch line, when that last number – 3,200 votes for Trump – was uttered, the entire room seemed to erupt in uncomfortable laughter and indignation.

The extreme imbalance is, indeed, laughable. So much so as to be deemed a giant red flag of fraud by an elections security expert. Imagine the power of such testimony, and such an organic reaction from the crowd, on honest viewers trying to make sense of what is true and what is not in this crazy political era we find ourselves in.

That’s why you need to make sure your friends and family see this despite the media blackout, so that the sanctioned false-narrative of election fraud claims being ‘baseless’ can be dispelled among the public as much as possible.

And there is much more than just this from the hearing in Gettysburg that will stop a ‘no evidence’ Trump-skeptic in their tracks.

Learn about the rest of the Pennsylvania bombshells from the Gettysburg hearing in Paul Kengor’s piece here.

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