Thursday, January 20, 2022 by Roy Green
Real-life sisters Leah and Michelle Svenssen, popularly known together as the Resistance Chicks, claim that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) was unleashed to affect the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
“I believe personally that they had planned to release this virus at some point. We heard that Dr. [Anthony] Fauci said that Donald Trump will face a pandemic. I think that they released it early. I think that they released it to affect the election for the lockdowns to do the mass formation psychosis,” Michelle told Dr. John Diamond during the January 12 episode of “Let’s Talk America” on Brighteon.TV.
“What do you do with mass formation psychosis? You separate people, you get the individual, you bombard them with fear over and over again. And then you provide them with the way out and you are the only way out, right? And so their only way out was social distancing, masking, shutting things down, and they’ve never done [these] before,” added Leah.
“And because of the pandemic, many couldn’t vote in person and voted by mail instead, with the ballots received after the November 3, 2020 elections.”
In the tightly contested polls, President Joe Biden ultimately emerged as the winner over Trump. Although Biden garnered more than the required 270 electoral votes, questions lingered about the legitimacy of his presidency.
The Republicans persisted on their claims that the election did not reflect the true will of the people because a lot of voters did so under the “indefinitely confined status” because of the pandemic. Many Republicans thought that the $400 million donations from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg intended to fund local election offices in coping with new voting behavior during the pandemic was really aimed at influencing these offices to lean on Biden’s side.
According to Diamond, who filled in for Dr. Alan Keyes, the scenario was part of a grand plan. “The whole federal government playing out, including both Democrats and Republicans, because they are all in bed together. This is just a big show trial for everybody.”
And Trump may have missed out on his role and reelection because he mishandled the COVID-19 issue then. (Related: The definitive case proving Donald Trump won the election.)
A comprehensive study on the effect of the pandemic on county-level voting in the United States showed that Trump would have been narrowly re-elected if COVID cases had been lower by just five to 10 percent.
Analyzed data pointed out that Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – which Biden won by slim margins – would have remained with Trump if only the coronavirus cases were down five percent. The same situation occurred in Michigan, which would have needed a 10 percent reduction of cases.
Together, these five states’ electoral votes would have been enough to reverse the outcome in Trump’s favor.
National polls and academic studies suggest that Trump’s voters are significantly less likely to wear masks and comply with social distancing. So Trump voters in Trump-friendly jurisdictions had more dramatic COVID-19 outbreaks leading up to the election.
An analysis of election results also found that voters living in counties with a high number of COVID-19 cases were less likely to vote for Trump. These results suggest that some Trump voters may have switched to Biden because of the pandemic.
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