Economist Peter Navarro’s report on US election results: the margin of error exceeds Biden’s margin of victory by about ten times

Peter Navarro, a professor emeritus of economics and public policy, has published the third and concluding part of his report analyzing the results of the US 2020 presidential election.

Part 1 of the report, „The Immaculate Deception“, defined six categories of irregularities in voting results: outright fraud, ballot mishandling, a wide range of process fouls, multiple violations of the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause, voting machine irregularities, and statistical anomalies. The statistics covered in the report relates to the six battleground states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The results of these six states will ultimately determine the outcome of the election as a whole. The statistics are based on the following evidence: more than 50 lawsuits, witness testimony given under oath from thousands of people involved in the election process (affidavits, declarations), published analyses by think tanks and legal centers, video and photographic evidence, media coverage.

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The Speech by the founder of Free Estonia Veiko Huuse at the Bronze Soldier on May 9, 2021

Our lives are the sum of our thoughts, environment, food and water. We all have a god to believe in; we are all creators, and we create life together. We always receive what we give others. When we share love and forgiveness, when we are honest with ourselves and others, our lives will be honest, happy and full of love. Share honesty, love, and forgiveness with others. Let's grateful!

Tomorrow’s society is based on self-organization

Estonians are a resilient and powerful nation that has survived very difficult times, and there is no doubt that we Estonians will survive this time as well, despite the great social upheaval that is occurring around the world. It is important to remember that creating fear and causing people to quarrel with one another has always been an effective tool of the old system, and they are still trying to make the most out of it. So let us trust our heart, intuition and common sense, let us stand in empathy and love. Let us create community structures on the principle of self-organization and let us support each other! The new one cannot be born in its entirety until the old structures have left the arena.