Voting – fraud or not?

The first time Obama ran, I meant to vote for him, I was 18 and it could’ve been my first time voting, but I was in Mexico with my family and missed out on voting. I watched Obama receive his Presidency at a small restaurant with salad dressing on my pulled pork, red chile, burrito. I was sitting with my mom and my Grandpa, and I really felt like things were going to be different now.

For Obama’s second term, I lost my faith in him, and in the government in general. He ran against Romney, who was also hypocritical.

When Trump ran in 2016, I didn’t vote for him, nor did I vote for Killary either. I didn’t believe in either one of them. The death penalty was on the polls that year in my state, I voted on that, though I didn’t really know why if I’d stopped believing in voting altogether.

The fraud behind voting made me lose any hope, especially learning that Presidents are bred and chosen behind the scenes by the elitists.

When this pandemic first hit, I still believed Trump to be a racist, to be a rich bigot who only cared about himself and the narratives being pushed by the elitists. And then something happened. There was a shift in consciousness. Trump had said, in a speech, now 5 months ago, that we would be receiving the stimulus checks, he said it on a Friday at noon, then at noon on Saturday. I told my friends and no one believed me, and because of the censorship I couldn’t find these speeches from Fox, so on Sunday I decided to record his speech. One of my friends who didn’t believe me informed us that his speech on Sunday had been moved from noon to 5:30pm, so we were all ready. I recorded it, the only way it occured to me at the time, by using my phone to play the speech and I used my partners to record it. I’ll attach the link below, it’s the only upload on my YouTube account, in 3 parts.

Now, his speeches on Friday and on Saturday had been 15-20 minutes long, so that’s what I expected on Sunday. I was wrong, Trump ended up talking for an hour and a half, it’s almost as if he knew I was recording and let it all out, lol. He delivered some gems, said things I’d never heard another President say before him, he was taking on the deep state! I cheered! I was so happy I couldn’t believe it. I’ve been an activist for 5 or 6 years now, and now for the first time I had the President on my side!

Even more coincidentally, this speech was not censored that day.

So I watched him closely, researched what he talks about; I’ve been trying to keep up with the good things he’s done for us, for our country, but apparently the man is a saint. I never thought I’d find myself defending him like this, writing a whole piece on how this man renewed my faith in the system. And it wasn’t through blind faith, I don’t follow anyone blindly, it was through merits that took from the deep state that was then given to the people. Hell, the man is Robin Hood, consider me one of the merry men.

If he doesn’t follow through after he’s elected, however, I will have to go buy a pitchfork and join the mob. I think it’s worse to be brought up only to be let down. Obama did that when he promised to leave the cannabis dispensaries alone, then hit more of them with cops than everyone else combined.

From now until November, Trump is going to continue to be doing stuff, and I’m going to continue to watch, as closely as life lets me, and I may be voting this year.

Here is part 1 of Trump’s speech that effectively marked that as the first day of the pandemic for me, that week quarantines ensued:

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Published by Nathalie Ramirez

My love for humanity, and for the planet, has set me on a path of healing through love, compassion, and understanding. I'm originally from a big city in the big state of Texas, making my personality quite large. I then landed in a small town that's out-of-puzzles gorgeous where people still wave at each other when coming across each other in the street. This transition has helped my development and tried relationships with distance and sacrifice. I have 2 beautiful boys, Silas and Declan, and their loving father, Curtis, who make my world go round. My political views all stem from wanting to protect this beauty in all its forms.

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