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Monday on the Stew Peters Show, Mike Lindell joined Stew to discuss the ongoing removal of the fraudulent dominion voting machines used in part to steal the 2020 election victory from President Donald Trump.

So far, only a handful of counties have gotten rid of the machines, it’s good progress, but there is much more to do before the 2024 elections begin.

“If we have [Dominion] machines next fall, it’s over everybody! If they’ve done through, do you think they are gonna cheat lighter? If a Republican gets in, why did they get in? It’s because they wanted them in,” Lindell told Stew in a blazing monolog. “It really is true though, if we cannot deal with these fraudulent voting machines now, then there will never be another fair election in the United States again.”

“Well speaking of blackmail, for the last fifteen months, the republicans in key election fraud states, I’m talking like Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and a few others, have been standing in the way of serious election accountability,” Stew Peters told Lindell. “As if the Republican party has completely forgotten about the events of the 2020 election, they do absolutely nothing in most states.”

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