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Fetterman Stole Votes From Oz

Retired Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney says Mehmet Oz actually beat John Fetterman in last Tuesday’s U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania, but Fetterman stole as many as 330,000 votes from Oz. McInerney says the counting machines were “hacked,” leading to the switch of Oz ballots into Fetterman’s column.

Instead of accepting this flawed and fraudulent election, Oz needs to challenge the results and call for an audit. McInerney discussed the fraud on The Two Mikes, a radio podcast hosted by Michael Scheuer and Colonel Mike.

Tom McInerney’s allegations that the Pennsylvania race was stolen follow charges by True the Vote investigator Gregg Phillips that he and True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht have irrefutable evidence that “the entire PA voter registration file is living on a server in China.” Phillips adds, “They didn’t steal it.” The files were “given to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party)…”

The True the Vote leaders recently were released from prison after a corrupt Houston-based federal district court judge from Houston, Kenneth Hoyt, found them guilty on contempt of court charges. Much of Hoyt’s annoyance revolved around the True the Vote refusing to reveal sources on the issue of how U.S. voting registration documents landed in China. A few key questions remain: Did the Chinese buy Fetterman’s election? Will he be doing their bidding and stabbing the people of Pennsylvania in their backs? Is he even competent to speak, let alone serve as a U.S. senator?

Here is a teaser dealing with Phillips and Engelbrecht’s release from jail, from Epoch Teasers and Trailers. Note the connection to the Konnech Inc. corruption case, which was also just dropped in Los Angeles. We added a third video, this one from Konnech Inc., showing one of the ways their computerized voting systems work. Food for thought as we continue to bear down on election fraud and foreign interference in American elections.

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