By Winceton Scintuottis
Half of the country still questions the integrity of the election after seeing and hearing of countless irregularities. As a comparison, if you saw someone hit another car and that caused damage, your single affidavit confirming what you saw is enough evidence in a court of law to confirm to a judge that a crime took place.
If you witnessed someone stealing from a cash drawer, or groping a woman, your single testimony (and affidavit under penalty of perjury) would be sufficient for a case to go to trial and a court where evidence is presented.
How can one side argue that dead people voted, have proof of that, and the court system deny examining that information? Or did it never get to the courts properly to render the proper decision? Is that the fault of the lawyers, a corrupt system, or a lack of courage to stand for right vs wrong?
How can one side argue, and show video proof, that suitcases of ballots were hidden, then retrieved after hours, to be processed, but that is not enough for the other side to agree and say, “something was definitely not right there”?
How can one side argue and prove that there are 1 million voters, but 1.2 million votes were received? Shouldn’t the other side say, “something is definitely wrong there”?
What happened to honesty, respect, and due diligence to fair treatment of others and our judicial system? While court cases were submitted, research indicates that the majority, if not all, were denied due to technicalities.
How would you like to be on the opposite end of a lawsuit and your one or two witnesses, and their signed affidavits, are not sufficient to support your case and you lose without going to trial?
For the sake of our country, let’s get the legal system working and get to the bottom of these questions so we can move forward as One Nation and support a president, regardless of party affiliation.
Winceton Scintuottis is a Conejo Valley resident
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