WE NEED AUDITS: General Michael Flynn talks about why audits are necessary following the questionable 2020 elections – Brighteon.TV
By Mary Villareal // Oct 15, 2021

Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn tells Sheriff Richard Mack that Donald Trump won last year's presidential election. "It's indisputable to me. Donald Trump won the presidency," says Flynn in "The Sheriff Mack Show" on Brighteon.TV.


Flynn, who served as national security advisor early in the Trump administration, argues that the 2020 election had been rigged. "It requires requires audits," he says.

In an op-ed, he says the elections continue to fester like a boil on the American psyche because people of all backgrounds believe that there were elements of election fraud, misinterpretations of the truth, dishonesty due to lawfare and severe obstruction by politicians at all levels of the government.

He notes that in the days following the presidential election, there were claims of a conspiracy theory that said the election was somehow stolen in the middle of the night, with many people believing that the "theft" occurred before and after Election Day.

Machine configurations and settings, misappropriated and fraudulent mail-in ballots, the false or fake paper used as ballots and multiple scans of the same ballot have combined to produce an excess number of registered voters. Claims of fraud for the election remain and the conspiracy theory claims are still being challenged and debated across the United States.

"There is absolutely no government purpose for using computers. We need to get rid of those and the American people need to rise up and say 'we don't care if it's Republican or Democrat. We're sick and tired of both of them. We want a system that we know is guaranteed to be secure and to guarantee the integrity of our votes,'" Sheriff Mack says.

Flynn gives some tidbits about the 2020 elections

Flynn gives some interesting facts about the 2020 elections. Out of 19 "bellwether" counties, Trump carried 18, losing only one in Washington state. Bellwether counties are those in the political arena that align themselves with the ultimate winner of an election.

Trump also carried four vital bellwether states, which represent a strong base of urban, suburban, rural, union and ethnic minority voters.  They have also been won by the same candidates 13 times since 1896, and each time those candidates won either the presidency or their re-election.

The share of primary votes during the primaries is a way to judge the outcome of the presidential elections. Ever since presidential primaries began in 1912, only four incumbents have lost re-election. Trump won the primaries at 94.0 percent in 2020.

Incumbent vote gain is another indicator. Since 1892, only six presidents have lost re-election, and they all had fewer total votes in their re-election campaigns than in their initial campaigns. In 2020, Trump gained a record 11 million votes. For perspective, former President Barack Obama lost 4 million votes in 2012 but still managed to win re-election.

Voter registration by party is said to be one of the most accurate predictors of determining presidential election outcomes. Not all states register voters by party, but there had been more Republican registrations in three key states. (Related: SHAFFER: Here's the evidence of widespread election fraud.)

Down-ballot voting for the House of Representatives should also be considered. When Obama won a landslide victory in 2008, the Democrats took 14 House seats away from Republican incumbents and lost only five seats. In 2020, Republicans knocked out 13 incumbent Democratic seats and did not lose a single Republican-held seat.

Florida is a key trend indicator – it is such an important part of presidential election success because since 1932, its trajectory correlated with Michigan and Pennsylvania. All three are key states that could greatly impact the elections.

Trump has been gaining in battleground states and counties, yet he somehow lost the elections. Maricopa County, where Sheriff Mack is registered, cast nearly two-thirds of all votes in Arizona, and has not been cited for the Democratic nominee since Harry Truman in 1948.

In 2020, Trump set the record for additional votes in Maricopa County with an additional 248,000 votes from the 2016 elections, only to become the only Republican to lose the county in 72 years.

Trump also achieved historic improvements with minority voters, netting more than one-quarter of the non-white votes in his re-election campaign. This was seen only once before: during Nixon's 1960 campaign.

Despite thousands of affidavits and personal accounts describing fraud along with the Maricopa County's audit, members of the mainstream media continue to call the 2020 elections as the "most secure presidential election in U.S. history."

The bottom line, says Flynn, is that there are many unclear constitutional issues in play. "If new audits indicate fraudulent election outcomes, there are somber and serious obligations to consider for the future generation of Americans," he says.

Listen to more of this discussion on "The Sheriff Mack Show," which airs at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays on Brighteon.TV.

Read more about the inconsistencies of the 2020 elections at VoteFraud.news.

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