Even UK newspapers questions Biden’s legitimacy now.
After Arizona’s audit found that the number of illegal ballots submitted in Maricopa County alone was over 4 times the current amount separating President Trump and sitting President Joe Biden in Arizona as a whole, a leading UK newspaper has published an article questioning the legitimacy of Biden’s election to the presidency.
Writing in an article entitled “So Trump was right: the election was rigged. And our next one will be too”, Sunday Times columnist Rod Liddle acknowledged that the former president was correct in his long-standing assertion that the 2020 presidential election was rigged in favor of Biden and the Democrats.
“The American public is slowly waking up to the fact that they are being led by an ineffectually devious, senile halfwit.”
“Soon the public will wake up to something even more unpleasant and sinister: that the last presidential election was a fraud, rigged by big business, the labor unions and, more than anything, the media and tech companies”, Liddle went on.
“If that election had taken place in any other country, it would have been called “unfree”. And, as more evidence emerges, it terrifies me that the same thing could happen here”.
Liddle went on in his article to express worry that a similar kind of event could take place back in his home country of the UK, who hold general elections every five years to determine who the prime minister will be. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is coming under huge pressure from his parliamentary colleagues to drop his government’s plan B scenario which will ensure domestic vaccine passports in the event hospitals become overwhelmed due to new Covid cases.
This comes as Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich has confirmed that he is investigating election fraud in the Grand Canyon State. Brnovich submitted a letter directing Maricopa County to preserve materials relating to the 2020 election in anticipation of an investigation and possible subsequent litigation due to the nature of how the county administered the contest.