Ending election corruption in Minnesota - 25 September 2021 Status

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Minnesota isn't getting too much attention in the election corruption discussions at the moment.

But it is only September 2021.

A year ago Project Veritas posted this video: https://www.projectveritas.com/video/ilhan-omar-connected-ballot-harvester-in-cash-for-ballots-scheme-car-is-full/

That video alerted many Minnesotans to just ONE of the dozens of effective ways to cheat in our existing election process and systems.

Meanwhile, a year later, other states like Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin seem to have more attention, for good reasons.

However, it is likely that Minnesota went for President Trump as well, after accounting for the corruption. Millions of Americans are working in small and large ways toward ending election corruption in all 50 states. These people simply want the truth. They forge on despite the ridicule they receive from election corruption deniers and the smiles they receive from elected officials who it often seems are only pretending to be on the side of the people.

But even though some would like to cover up this now obvious corruption, they cannot win, because more and more people are remembering what it means to be an American and learning what is at stake.

It is only a matter of time before everyone in the United States of America not only understands what happened, but how and by who on 3 November 2020. In Minnesota, several key people and coalitions have been hard at work at the grassroots level toward this end.

For just one example, Rick Weible of Midwest Swamp Watch has noted the following:

38.9% of Minnesota ballots were not connected to a registered voter as of Nov. 29th, 5 days after MN State Canvassing Board met and certified the election on Nov 24th. This includes over 700,000 absentee ballots.

203B.121 BALLOT BOARDS. Subd. 3.Record of voting.
(a) When applicable, the county auditor or municipal clerk must immediately record that a voter’s absentee ballot has been accepted. After the close of business on the seventh day before the election, a voter whose record indicates that an absentee ballot has been accepted must not be permitted to cast another ballot at that election. In a state primary, general, or state special election for federal or state office, the auditor or clerk must also record this information in the statewide voter registration system.

This form allows you to check your vote status against the Minnesota SVRS (SOS Voter Registration System) as of Nov 29th, 2020.

Which is 5 days after the MN Canvassing Board met to certify the election.

This research is in accordance with both election and law enforcement criteria of MN Statues 201.091. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/201.091

You can send an email to [email protected] to keep up with latest developments…

It is very important for every Minnesotan to be an informed citizen so that we can reclaim our government from a corrupt class of people who have failed on the issue of fair and transparent elections and numerous other important issues in the domains of education, safety, and medical freedom, and many more.