LFC Comments: Thanks to Linda Goudsmit for sending us this article.
Blood in the Streets is Not an Alternative
April 25, 2021
By Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall
One of the people I listen to when he speaks is Martin Armstrong at Armstrong Economics. He and I usually agree. He said it all this week:
“…The real issue here is that election fraud has reached new levels, and it is not limited to simply presidential candidates. The risk that this will be used in the 2022 election for Congress is highly likely, and if this is not addressed, it will only lead to blood in the streets.”
Martin Armstrong suffered greatly at the hands of the U.S. government. Just as they tried to destroy Catherine Austin Fitts, they also attacked Armstrong. The man who in the 1980s and 90s had central bankers and politicians calling him for advice was removed from the memory banks of media sites. “They” do that to you when you succeed at understanding their game and figure out ways around it.
If we let elected officials get by with “don’t worry about the election in 2022, we got it handled,” we need to be ready to say hello to the great re-set and we need to prepare for violence.
It is extremely important to inform our elected officials of what the public knows. I expected a “Don’t worry about anything, we’ve got this handled” response – and that’s what I got.
Yes. One person multiplied by a lot of other “one persons” can make a difference. I invite you to join me.
You can make a difference and I hope the following material helps you in making a statement to your local officials to do update their voting files and find a computer system that doesn’t go on the internet to delete votes from one person while sending to another. If you get results, I hope you’ll let me know.
We are at war. Be a good soldier. Understand that you may not be able to change your entire state, but you can make inroads locally. That’s where to begin.
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