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Rep. Louie Gohmert told Chris Salcedo on Newsmax that people on the ground in Germany report that Scytl, which hosted elections data improperly through Spain, was raided by a large US ARMY force and their servers were seized in Frankfurt.
I can confirm from multiple sources with proven access to President Donald Trump that President Trump will not concede and that he has all the evidence he needs to fry the Deep State financial, political, and media miscreants.
Just as I was writing the above, Ed Jewett came in with the below. It is a game changer. Somewhere in here Angla Merkle must have “made the deal” with our President.
According to intelligence sources US Military raided voting machine company Scytl servers in Germany for evidence of manipulation in 2020 US Elections after it was exposed in vote switching scandal by GreatGameIndia. Scytl has a long history of election fraud in various nations including injecting backdoors in its election software. The issue has prompted experts to question why the sensitive job of counting votes was outsourced to a foreign company? How could a bankrupted Spanish company Scytl count American votes in Spain?
Thousands of people in cities across Germany protested against the ongoing lockdown in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic yesterday.
In some places, politicians from opposing points on the spectrum came together to join the protests.
The largest demonstration took place in Stuttgart, and was originally supposed to have 50,000 participants, but city authorities limited it to 10,000 out of concern that social distancing measures could be practiced, according to a report by Junge Freiheit.
Police only reported that “several thousand” attended. →
(The Real Agenda) Up to 350,000 protesters, according to figures from the organizers, took to the streets of Berlin, Frankfurt and five other cities in Germany in protest against the planned free trade agreements of the EU with the United States (TTIP) and Canada’s (CETA) . Berlin’s march started around noon in the central Alexanderplatz…