In 2016, after the presidential election, the narrative coming out of the Democratic Party was that Donald Trump had somehow colluded with Russia to steal the election from Hillary Clinton. This idea that the Russian government would interfere with the American democratic process was promoted for several years. But in 2020, when Joe Biden became the most voted president in America’s history, the idea that elections could be manipulated and stolen quickly disappeared. Not only that, any person who speaks out is labeled a conspiracy theorist and is subject to being censored. But although big tech might believe themselves the gatekeepers of the truth, Wendy Rogers isn’t afraid of the repercussions of speaking out.
In the video, which can be watched below, Rogers, who is a member of the Arizona Senate, detailed how the 2020 election was stolen not just from Trump but from the American people. And as mentioned above, the Democrats aren’t remotely talking about it. Instead, they push for censorship on any person willing to speak up. Still, being one of the first 100 women to become an Air Force pilot, Rogers isn’t backing down or feeling threatened by censorships, big tech, or the Democrats.
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