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Lawfare with Tom Renz: Seth Keshel says America is in unparalleled crisis due to lack of election integrity – Brighteon.TV
By Kevin Hughes // Oct 19, 2022

Election analyst Seth Keshel discussed the credibility of elections in the U.S. during the Oct. 11 episode of "Lawfare with Tom Renz" on Brighteon.TV.

Keshel remarked that having an election concern lingering for so long means that the country is in an unparalleled crisis. He cited poll research that revealed two-thirds of Americans no longer trusting any election result.

According to the poll analyst, this is the true national crisis Americans have found themselves in. Thus, the people themselves must fight this battle in order to gain bigger victories and completely purge the election system.

Renz agreed with his guest, saying there is indeed a possibility that election results have serious issues. The Ohio-based lawyer added that the election system is not going to be fixed right away, given that the "election monsters" worked on rigging the system for decades.

According to the "Lawfare" host, the other side likes to say that the U.S. holds safe and secure elections – yet fails to show evidence for this. Accusations of election fraud going on in different counties further debunked this claim. (Related: BREAKING: Democrat brief claims U.S. election results never rejected before – that's a MASSIVE lie.)

Concurring with Renz, Keshel cited the case of Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor. She received only 40,000 votes in the Republican primaries, even though she had 60,000 adult volunteers.

But there were also victories for election integrity. Keshel said the Delaware Supreme Court ruled that mail-in voting is unconstitutional. It also struck down same-day voter registration.

The court found that the two moves conflict with the registration and absentee voter categories outlined in the First State’s constitution. It upheld a prior ruling by the state's vice chancellor, which rejected the vote-by-mail law, while overturning his upholding of the Election Day registration law.

The bills were passed in the final days of the state's General Assembly that ended in June. The Democrats previously tried to amend the state's constitution, but failed to secure the two-thirds support needed to do so.

Keshel: At least 20M fake ballots helped Biden in 2020 polls

Keshel believes that at least 20 million of the 81 million ballots that gave incumbent President Joe Biden the victory in the 2020 elections are counterfeit. But this time, the Americans are ready to fight election fraud. (Related: Here it is! 'Widespread election fraud' revealed in report.)

The poll analyst predicted that the Republican Party will take control of Congress and that the "Democratic Party will be pummeled."

However, Keshel hinted that too many Republicans in name only (RINOs) have made it past the primaries. These RINOs, he remarked, are only using the election system to ensure victory during the primaries. Keshel said these RINOs are reasons why Americans are not seeing any action in red states that reported election frauds.

While the Republicans are slated to take back both chambers of Congress, Keshel lamented that many GOP members there are "all bark and no bite."

Follow FakePolls.news for more stories about election fraud in America.

Watch the Oct. 11 episode of "Lawfare with Tom Renz" below. "Lawfare with Tom Renz" airs every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and Saturday at 12:30-1 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

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Capt. Seth Keshel tells Matrixxx Grooove: Trump should have been the easy winner of the 2020 presidential election – Brighteon.TV.

The Sheriff Mack Show: 2020 US election fraud is greatest coup against the American people – Brighteon.TV.

B-Alert News with Bishop Leon Benjamin: Americans can prevent or expose efforts to undermine election integrity – Brighteon.TV.

More proof that ELECTION FRAUD is REAL: Election software CEO arrested.

2020 Election fraud: USPS whistleblower explains he was interrogated by the FBI, which showed no interest in the election fraud itself.

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