VIDEO: Exorcism against Satan and Fallen Angels: aimed especially at GA, NV, MI, PA, AZ, WI. Wherein Fr. Z RANTS: sinful voter fraud that dishonors the dead!

November is a month in which we pray for the dead. Today during Mass it occurred to me to pray for those souls whom sinning fraudsters are dishonoring and instrumentalizing by casting voters for the dead.

Dishonor the dead.  What a despicable, contemptible thing to do and a horrid sin. May God have mercy on them.

Today after Mass I recited – with the permission of the bishop – the Exorcism against Satan and Fallen Angels (Title XI, Ch. 3 of the Rituale Romanum).

I asked God to aim this exorcism at all those places where votes are being counted in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Wisconsin. [And let’s not forget AZ]

I asked Mary, Queen of Angels, to ask the Holy Angels to protect vote counters and from the temptations from the Devil to commit fraud and to sin, to prompt then to do the right thing and not to lie.

Here is the video segment from after today’s Mass. As usual when the prayer is done, the place is sprinkled with Holy Water, in this case Epiphany Water from the 2020 blessing. I usually give a blessing with a Relic of the True Cross after Mass.

Lay people should never attempt to recite this exorcism.  Eh-vur.

Fathers, ask your bishops or superiors for permission to recite Title XI, Ch. 3.  I have audio recordings to help you with the Latin.  HERE  This is WAR, my brothers, serious spiritual war!   Let us do what only we can do.


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48 Responses to VIDEO: Exorcism against Satan and Fallen Angels: aimed especially at GA, NV, MI, PA, AZ, WI. Wherein Fr. Z RANTS: sinful voter fraud that dishonors the dead!

  1. TonyO says:

    Although voter fraud is gravely wrong, there is something ironic in the dead voting for a guy who is virtually dead already. “Let the dead bury their dead”?

  2. Kathleen10 says:

    Thank you for that, Fr. Z. Is there a prayer against the demons that steal elections and infest our country? That subvert the will of the people in a blatant subversion of the electoral process?
    That make it appear that hate is stronger than love, because their hatred of Donald Trump so consumes them they hatched a plot right out of Hell in order to take him down, and with him 70 million American voters who may have seen the last fair election their country will ever have, four years ago in 2016, because this one was blatantly stolen.
    Americans will never trust the election process again, the trust of the people will largely be gone, unless they do the right thing and eliminate questionable ballots and recount under supervision.
    Seventy million Americans should demand it. We have a right to it. They have an obligation to prove to the American people and the world that our elections are valid. This is not acceptable.
    The media is not the final word. We do not believe the media. The media’s declaration of things from here on in is meaningless.

  3. ex seaxe says:

    In 1933 in Dáil Éireann (the Irish lower house), Thomas Kelly of Fianna Fáil said,
    “At any rate, personation would be no harm. It is a good turn. If a man is dead and you knew the opinions he held while alive, what harm would it be to vote for him? If a poor man is sick in hospital and not able to get out, surely it is a good turn to see that his vote is registered. If he has gone away and his neighbours know his opinions, I do not see any harm in personation.”
    The speech is recorded in the official propceedings.

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  5. Arele says:

    Thank you for doing this!

  6. Spinmamma says:

    Thank you! It gives me great comfort to know there are good and true priests and other clergy actively fighting the forces of evil seeking to overthrow the very foundations of our culture. As you say, there are things only you can do. The rest of us continue to pray and to recite the Rosary.

  7. The Cobbler says:

    Father, don’t forget those also who keep poll watchers from observing the counting!

  8. VARoman says:

    Obviously, pray for protection from voter fraud (thankfully, there is no evidence of any at this point, just crazy Twitter rantings) AND please include prayers for the acceptance of the outcome. Pray that we never suffer through a political cult of personality again.

  9. VARoman says:

    Kathleen10, what of the 74+ million that votes for Joe Biden?

  10. Spinmamma says:

    @ VARoman. Don’t the people who voted for Joe Biden also deserve to know the elections process was honest, legal and valid? Or do you presume their only interest is in winning?

  11. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman has returned with his Party of Death agit-prop. Let’s see what it is today.

    “what of the 74+ million that votes for Joe Biden?”

    There is a crucial distinction to be made between “ballots” and “votes.” Take a closer look.

    “Obviously, pray for protection from voter fraud (thankfully, there is no evidence of any at this point, just crazy Twitter rantings)”

    As usual, you are wrong. There is abundant evidence of election fraud committed by the Party of Death, begin your research with statements from whistleblowers, court filings and video. Take a closer look.

    “AND please include prayers for the acceptance of the outcome.”

    The Party of Death never accepted the outcome of the 2016 election, combine that refusal with their hatred of the Constitution, American citizens, and representative government. The situation today is the result.

    “Pray that we never suffer through a political cult of personality again.”

    Yes, the Obama campaign and presidency was toxic. From women fainting at his rallies to a fawning media best summed up by “I Felt This Thrill Going Up My Leg” the Party of Death is a writhing mass of secular messianic thrill-seekers, disturbed emotions, disinformation, vitriol and vengeance.

    “Whatever the end count is on the election that occurs on Tuesday, he will be elected. On January 20 he will be inaugurated president of the United States.” – Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, October 29.

    Stop The Steal.

  12. VARoman says:

    Semper, I’m not going to argue with you today. A great evil has been corrected by the American people.

    I’m going to spend the next four years trying to find a pro-life, moral Republican (must have integrity and be honest!) that can beat President-elect Joe Biden.

  13. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman: Do not presume to lecture about evil when you voted for a racist baby-killer and his Marxist running mate. Do not presume to lecture about evil when Trump voters insist on an accurate vote count, while Biden-Harris voters are seeking vengeance on American citizens and compiling lists of names.

    Expand your research of current events and history. This is a deleted 2016 tweet from David Plouffe, Obama’s 2008 campaign manager and later Senior Presidential Advisor:

    “It is not enough to simply beat Trump. He must be destroyed thoroughly. His kind must not rise again.”

    VARoman: Examine your conscience.

  14. VARoman says:

    Semper: Today is a day of joy. I’m going to pray the rosary, give thanks and prepare for my TLM tomorrow morning.

  15. NOCatholic says:

    VARoman: We have avoided one evil at the price of exposing ourselves to another. I find no joy in that.

    I find significant consolation, even relief, that the GOP has held the Senate, and taken away a few seats in the House. That means a Biden/Harris administration will be significantly restrained in the amount of damage they can do to our country. The Supreme Court will not be packed. DC and Puerto Rico will be not be admitted as states. The “Equality Act” or a law codifying Roe has no chance. Possibly Biden, recognizing that his only mandate from this election is to be “not Trump” will tell the more radicals in his party to go pound sand.

    In the meantime, this is a time to pray for the next President and administration, whoever they may be (for those who still think Trump could win).

  16. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman wrote: “A great evil has been corrected by the American people.”

    And: “Today is a day of joy.”

    Recall, the American people legitimately elected Donald Trump in 2016. You labeling that act “evil” speaks volumes about your cognitive dissonance and your malice towards American citizens. Again, examine your conscience.

  17. VARoman says:


    I share your happiness that we will have a divided government! Assuming the two GA special elections turn out well.

    I hope the left never has the political strength to codify Roe or pass some form of an equality act (such nonsense).

    In the main, I’m pleased with the judicial picks the last four years (and grateful they weren’t chosen by Trump) and feel they will be a wonderful check on the left.

    Trump is gone. If you need to wait till The House certifies the election, I understand. And I’m truly sorry if you are feeling a sense of loss today.

    I take heart and give thanks for one reason, and one reason only: Donald Trump will not have another four years as President.

  18. VARoman says:

    Semper, I hope you and Scott Adam’s find some peace in the weeks and months to come.

    Good people can make horrible mistakes. Electing Trump was a horrible mistake. As a nation, we’ve learned from that mistake and corrected it.

    Great day.

  19. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman: Once again you’ve revised your calumny, in this instance from “evil” to “horrible mistake.” That’s a good sign of improvement by you. May you find peace and enlightenment as you continue to examine your conscience.

  20. VARoman says:

    Semper, the Nation’s horrible mistake lead to evil in 2016. Now it’s over.

  21. Veronica scriptor velum says:

    VARoman says there is “no evidence” that fraud was committed in the US Elections. I would disagree. Perhaps he would also call former Michigan state senator and poll challenger Patrick Colbeck “a crazy Twitter ranger” as he shares details of the election fraud he witnessed at the polls.

  22. Veronica scriptor velum says:

    Sorry… that should read “a crazy Twitter RANTER”

  23. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman: Nice try. Your attitude (you wrote several weeks ago that you worked on Capitol Hill for years) is why half of Catholics and most evangelical Protestants voted for Trump in 2016 and again in 2020. So did, for example, most Chaldean Catholics in Michigan, which has made the news in the Middle East. Your manipulative “horrible mistake lead [sic] to evil in 2016” is reverting back to calumny against Christian Americans. Hang in there, improvement can be uneven, continue examining your conscience.

  24. VARoman says:

    Great day Semper! On January 20th, Donald Trump will be out of our lives

  25. VARoman says:

    Hi Veronica, I don’t think Patrick Colbeck can be considered a reliable source. If he were, there would be an investigation into his allegations. Unfortunately, he also has a penchant for Trump-like exaggeration.

    I have no doubt all of this will be covered in Trump’s various lawsuits. I’m very content to allow the courts to adjudicate all of this.

    In fact, I think it will be great because it might mean many Trumpist will believe the outcome.

  26. Veronica scriptor velum says:

    VARoman, I think you need to get your priorities right.

    Is it evil to fight against killing babies in the womb? (Never have the unborn had a greater protector and advocate in the history of the USA Presidents, than with Donald Trump.)
    Is it evil to stand up for the rights of the Christian family, opposing the surge of unnatural and ungodly demands of the LGBT lobby?
    Is it evil to want to guard one’s country from illegal immigrants that, as its President, you have sworn to protect? (Many of these illegal immigrants are no more than opportunists, unwanted in their own countries, or worse: criminals, drug dealers, rapists, Islamic terrorists, etc.)?
    Is it evil to want to make your country “great again”, and to fulfill all your promises made in the run up to the 2016 presidential elections? (Look around… very few political leaders ever do that.)
    Is it evil to start public meetings with a prayer to Our Blessed Lord and to not be ashamed to be a Christian in these secular times?

    And I could go on…

    Trump did all this and more, and you call him “evil”?

  27. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman: Do not presume to speak for “our lives.”

    “Now it’s over.”

    Because a TV channel instructed you so…

    VARoman you are, again, mistaken. The Party of Death refused to accept the 2016 results. Opposition to the Party of Death and their malicious plots against American citizens and Christians continues whatever happens today, tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, next decade. Christus Vincit.

  28. VARoman says:

    Veronica, I didn’t realize how far down the rabbit hole you had gone.

    Too good a day to spend refuting this!

    Enjoy Mass tomorrow!

  29. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman wrote: “Veronica, I didn’t realize how far down the rabbit hole you had gone.”

    Your ad hominem is inappropriate. You provided yet another example of why Americans vote for Trump. Examine your conscience.

    “Too good a day to spend refuting this!”

    An indication that you are incapable of handling the intellectual challenge presented to you by the insightful Veronica scriptor velum.

  30. VARoman says:

    Hillary Clinton conceded on election night. There is very real possibility that Trump will have to be escorted from the White House.

    It’s time for a reboot in the GOP! Hopefully someone like Rick Santorum or Paul Ryan will be our candidate.

    The next four years will be dark, but much much brighter than if Trump had won.

  31. VARoman says:

    Semper, many millions more voted for Biden. And Clinton, for that matter, and she was one of the worst candidates in history

  32. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman wrote: “Hillary Clinton conceded on election night.”

    Which means you should apologize for your calumny of “evil” against Trump voters. Unless…

    “It’s time for a reboot in the GOP!”

    VARoman, recall that we are discussing living, breathing American voters, not a piece of machinery like a computer.

    “The next four years will be dark, but much much brighter than if Trump had won.”

    You are presuming Biden “won.” Also, please note that fortune-telling and scrying are not recommended for Christians by God Himself.

  33. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman: “Semper, many millions more voted for Biden.”

    You are conflating ballots and votes.

  34. VARoman says:


    Hahahaha! The GOP machine is the concerted will of conservative voters. I wasn’t, of course referring to a literal machine.

    Fortune-telling… that smacks of desperation, Semper.

    I’m off to celebrate with some Republican friends. Perhaps we will cross paths again before January 20th.

    God’s Speed

  35. Semper Gumby says:

    VARoman wrote: “Hahahaha! The GOP machine is the concerted will of conservative voters.”

    Again with the Capitol Hill attitude.

    “I wasn’t, of course referring to a literal machine.”

    Then don’t refer to “reboot” pointlessly.

    “Fortune-telling… that smacks of desperation, Semper.”

    Christian charity for your soul, VARoman.

  36. Veronica scriptor velum says:

    Well VARoman, looks like you’ve got what you wanted (for now): a Biden/Harris leadership that will hail in a tsunami of pro-abortion, socialist (Marxist?) policies. Perhaps it doesn’t bother you that they fly in the face of Catholic teaching? Or what good traditional bishops and priests have been advising us?

    I think I’ll stay in my “rabbit hole” (whatever that might mean) rather than go out celebrating with all the BLM, ANTIFA , Communist China-loving, Trump-haters. Goodbye.

  37. NOCatholic says:

    VARoman: “Great day Semper! On January 20th, Donald Trump will be out of our lives”

    One reason that will not be a “great day” as expressed in this headline currently on Catholic News Agency’s website:

    “Biden projected winner, rollbacks on pro-life and religious liberty protections expected”

    In the political realm, I don’t look forward to a “great day” until January 20, 2025 at the earliest. Fortunately, the Bible says, “Put not your trust in princes” (Psalm 146:3) and I try to follow that.

  38. Semper Gumby says:

    NOCatholic wrote: “Fortunately, the Bible says, “Put not your trust in princes” (Psalm 146:3) and I try to follow that.”

    This recalls your harangues last month undermining Trump. Note there is a distinction between trust and preference.

  39. GregB says:

    The Holy Family, and many of the people Christ called to apostolic and discipleship roles were people who worked with their hands. St Joseph was a carpenter. St Paul was a tent-maker, with Aquila and Priscilla. There were several fishermen. When Peter and John appeared before the Council in the book of Acts 4:13 it says:
    “13 Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were uneducated, common men, they wondered; and they recognized that they had been with Jesus” (RSVCE)
    Their socio-economic status has more in common with the Trump voters than it does with the globalist elites. Remember Obama’s bitter clingers comment, which included religion? Hillary Clinton stated that religious beliefs have to be changed. So much for respecting the First Amendment.
    It would seem that a refresher course on Saul Alinsky is in order. The political left has been practicing his “Rules For Radicals” for quite some time now. The left has made heavy use of ad hominems without presenting any proof or evidence to back up their claims. President Trump did not establish the rules of engagement, Alinsky and his followers did.
    The left is only able to stomach the establishment Republicans because they usually practice unilateral disarmament. The media only has to wag their fingers at them and they roll over and play dead. Trump’s brash behavior during the 2016 debates brought this into clear view. The people saw what a fighter looks like. Many voter blocs have seen more real progress on their issues under Trump than they ever saw under establishment/elite politicians. The establishment/elite politicians were too busy protecting their continuing access to their establishment/elite positions and perks.

  40. I have turned on comment moderation.

    It seems to me that Semper has been right about pretty much everything in this exchange.

    AND… TV networks don’t get to decided elections. Only those who are as blinkered as the networks want you to be believe that.

    For my part, my heart is heavy especially because I suspect we will never again be able to have adequate confidence in the integrity of elections in these United States. Moreover, I wonder if there will ever be another time when either an effective third party can form or if there a chance to revitalize – reverse the enervation and torpor of – the GOP to resist the Party of Death, which manifests more and more the evil that it embraces.

  41. Semper Gumby says:

    Veronica scriptor velum: “VARoman, I think you need to get your priorities right.”

    An excellent point. It appears that for VARoman vanity triumphed over careful consideration of the situation. This could also explain the ad hominem response to your comment.

    “Trump did all this and more, and you call him “evil”?”

    Perhaps VARoman is rationalizing, or assuaging pangs of guilt by lashing out. For VARoman “the GOP machine” is apparently more important than the Republic and its citizens, thus VARoman’s collaboration with the Party of Death- which actively and openly despises the Republic and its citizens.

    One more point Veronica, you wrote: “Is it evil to start public meetings with a prayer to Our Blessed Lord and to not be ashamed to be a Christian in these secular times?”

    Perhaps for VARoman it is both easier and emotionally rewarding to be liked by secularists, rather than publicly acknowledging God and thus encountering mockery from Party of Death partisans and Leftist media. It is also easier to collaborate with decadence rather than persisting- in the face of constant insults and occasional intraparty disappointments- in the patient work of maintaining and improving the Republic.

    VARoman should grasp an important point: collaboration with the Party of Death is counterproductive. It is one thing to cooperate on a piece of reasonable legislation in a bipartisan manner, it is quite another to feed the Party of Death’s insatiable appetite for power.

    “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.” – George Washington

    “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.” – John Adams

    Of course, we are all human and imperfect, but seeking expressly to transform the Republic into an immoral and anti-religious regime results, as seen before in history, not in the rule of Law but the rule of Cthulhu.

  42. Markus says:

    At the final judgement day before Jesus Christ, when all are gathered and learn of each other sins, it should prove to be quite interesting. On this matter, my conscience is clear, I pray. I voted anti-abortion and not “you know, that thing.”

  43. TonyO says:

    I read these comments with disgust, especially those from VARoman, of course.

    One point: he said “Obviously, pray for protection from voter fraud (thankfully, there is no evidence of any at this point, just crazy Twitter rantings)” Unfortunately, there is evidence: what there is, though, is no proof at the level of a court proceeding. Naturally, that takes a lot of time to run through, so we won’t see convictions for quite some time.

    I’ve got news for VARoman – ALL elections in the modern world have at least some voter fraud. My dad was a poll watcher in the 1960s and caught it then, and it’s gotten worse since then. At least SOME of the fraud is at the local level, with small-fry operations (such as individuals simply taking it on themselves to vote deceased Grandpa’s vote). But with probably 10,000 precincts, you can give away 100 to 1 odds on whether there was voter fraud in this election and be completely safe betting there was. The question is whether there was persistent, organized, major levels of fraud or not, enough to affect the outcome of national elections, and for that I don’t know how we would expect to know YET whether there was or not. But one thing you can be sure of: the media are not unbiased on this issue. They consistently refuse to follow legitimate complaints about voting fraud, thus making it seem like it rarely happens.

    Unfortunately, both major parties engage in fraud on occasion, so neither side has perfectly clean hands. But I find it interesting that it is only the Dems who consistently oppose measures to stiffen up voter registration and voting methods to make sure fraud doesn’t happen. Notionally, everybody should want to suppress wrongful registration and casting of ballots, and the fact that the Dems don’t want it speaks volumes about their attitude.

    It’s just one more straw on the camel’s back, along with 10,000 other pieces of straw thrown there by an uncaring American populace, but this one can break the camel’s back (lead to a failed republic) a lot more directly than most of the others – it is closer to the heart of a functioning republic than most other crooked and dirty pool.

  44. Muzhik says:

    Father Z, you wrote:
    “For my part, my heart is heavy especially because I suspect we will never again be able to have adequate confidence in the integrity of elections in these United States. ”
    There has been some talk (which I help propagate, as it seemed so reasonable) about efforts the DHS made to increase the security of the BALLOTS. The story going around is that since the law (since 2016) gives the DHS the responsibility and authority to ensure the security of the BALLOTS, they implemented some security standards per the actual ballots (NOT the elections, which are the responsibility of the individual states.)

    Without going into a lot of detail, here’s what can be done:
    1. The DHS supplies the ballots to every state. The actual printing is farmed out to regional specialized printers able to quickly produce the quantities needed.
    2. Security is through two-factor authentication
    3. Every ballot is made with a watermark. Some states (such as California) specify watermarks that are to be included in the ballot. DHS would include watermarks specific to DHS so that the validity of the printed ballot can be verified. Since the watermark is something “built into” the paper, it can’t be altered without damaging or destroying the paper. This is the first factor of authentication.
    4. The second factor is a pattern of microdots printed on the ballot using non-radioactive florescent inks or dyes. These dots would be pseudo-randomly scattered in a pattern across the page. To the unaided eye, it would look like an artifact or defect in the printing, a sign the printer drum needs to have the dust wiped off. When exposed to the correct wavelength of light, however, the dots become visible and the pattern can be easily read by a computer scanner using pattern recognition software.
    5. There’s a 3rd factor at play here also. Every printer sold in the US — ink-jet, laser, copy machine — has the electronics built in so that a series of microdots are printed on every page you print. These microdots identity the make, model, and serial number of the device being used. This is so that if your neighbor goes to the library (for example) to print off the ransom demand for your cat, the FBI can find the microdots, track down the printer that was used, and rescue poor Mr. Fluffyface. The ballots can contain this information also, meaning that if the microdot information doesn’t match a verified and approved printer, it’s a fake ballot. This can also be used in those locations where the ballots are printed off for each person as they come in to vote.

    Oh, and copy machines are programmed to not copy this original microdot information, so that it doesn’t get mixed up with the microdots IT puts on the output. So you can’t copy off, say, 4000 ballots to be used to stuff a ballot box, since it will have the microdots identifying the copy machine, not the original printer.

    These factors can be implemented using off-the-shelf equipment with no special programming required. Implementing these factors across the nation fore the next presidential election should do wonders for improving trust in the electoral process.

  45. hwriggles4 says:

    For what it’s worth, here’s my nickel thrown in:

    1. I live in Texas and I was happy that even with the out of state money thrown at Democrats in Texas (even for the State legislature) Texas voters stuck to their guns. Closer to Fr. Z’s home, looks like Iowa prevailed as well.

    2. My perception and intuition is there may have been some ballot tampering in PA, NC, MI, WI, AZ, and GA. I was very disappointed to hear that Sean Parnell, who ran against Connor Lamb in Pennsylvania, had his house burglarized the weekend before the election.

    3. Mark Kelly’s Senate campaign in Arizona (I heard)was given an easy time by media outlets there (softball questions). I recall O’Rourke’s Senate campaign in Texas two years ago, which had local news reporters where I live (yes, really) look as if they were openly endorsing him.

    4. Around Thursday, I came across an editorial pertaining to the Libertarian candidate (I think USA Today ran it). I found it interesting and thoughtful, because WI and MI had close races, and NC and GA have yet to be called. The Libertarian candidate managed to get 2% to 3% in some of these states (Wisconsin was mentioned, where the Libertarian got 37,000 votes). Had these votes gone to Trump, the AP wire would have shown a different outcome. The editorial mentioned the impact a 3rd party can have (remember 1992?)

    5. Voter turnout was high, and my state had a record turnout for early voting. I do wonder what the demographic (particularly those over 60) was for the Democrats, particularly in the northeast. I would also be curious about the union vote in the northeast and the midwest. Union members often voted Democrat, but in recent years the unions seem to not have the impact they once had on the political scene.

  46. Semper Gumby says:

    To add to comments by TonyO and hwriggles4:

    “Judges who obtained their positions by fraud, according to an indictment, have denied the Trump campaign’s ballot-watchers access, providing crucial unsupervised time to Democrat vote counters.”

    “Ozzie, we’re told, wasn’t even caught as part of an election fraud investigation: He was simply on the trail to John “Johnny Doc” Dougherty, a powerful Philadelphia labor boss who leads the Local 98 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and was indicted in February 2019. Johnny Doc’s younger brother, Judge Kevin Dougherty, was elected to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in 2015 with help from Local 98.”

  47. The Cobbler says:

    Trump is so evil he ended family separation in border enforcement. Trump is so evil he beefed up NATO and colluded with the Soviets’ archenemy Ukraine. Trump is so evil he has managed to delay, maybe even prevent, nuclear war with North Korea. Trump is so evil that Israel’s sworn enemies are becoming Israel’s new allies with his assistance and coordination, peace breaking out in the Middle East!

    Trump is so evil he’s hated by the crony corporate fatcats almost as badly as by the Socialists. Trump is so evil that the same people who would tell me I’m racist not because of anything I’ve done or thought but because of the color of my skin also can assure us he’s a fascist who hasn’t denounced white supremacy once (rather dozens of times) and failed to convince them he would step down if he lost the election. This after Trump proved how dictatorial he is by not acting dictatorial enough during the pandemic. The sheer evilness of his evil is incomprehensible!

    You know what, murder and lies and dividing us all up whether we’re bigots or not, would be a huge improvement over that.


  48. GregB says:

    Viva Frei and Robert Barnes just did a live stream on YouTube covering the election dispute titled “Biden Projected Winner – Elections 2020 Part Deux – Viva & Barnes Law for the People”
    They covered the election dispute from multiple angles.

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