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Today on the Stew Peters Show, Robert Beadles, one of Gab’s part-owners, joined Stew to discuss his strategy to secure elections after the disaster of 2020 and move forward to secure victories for the American people once again. It’s called the precinct strategy, a plan that involves taking over the Republican party at the grassroots level through precinct committeemen and local GOP boards.
“This is why it’s so important, like Plato said, ‘If good men don’t get involved in politics, we’re doomed to be ruled by evil men’ and they have no idea, people have no idea that there is so much power in these board of commissioners,” Robert Beadles told Stew, as he expounded about the importance of state commissioners.
Robert advocates for locals to get involved in politics by going to local GOP meetings and calling up their clerks to discuss vacancies in the precinct committeeman spots. By locals wielding power at the grassroots level, this will pave the way for better commissioners to rise up and prevent events like the 2020 election from happening again. Until 2020 is resolved, no other election is truly safe from fraud.
Beadles goes on to say, “our elections were conducted by people from like the ACLU, these Soros types, they would come from San Francisco, they are wearing their purple hair, their dresses, their BLM crap.”
Robert Beadles is referring to the kinds of people working the polls in the state of Nevada during the 2020 election, of course, these people would never commit fraud, right? Hearing this, it’s no surprise that Nevada scores fiftieth place out of fifty when it comes to election integrity in the United States.
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