A new report has just been released that shows at least one million voters have switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party in the past year.  Although the enthusiasm for Donald Trump in 2020 was unmatched, Democrats still managed to pull off a stunning “election victory” by winning key states where the counting was stopped. Then when it was restarted, Biden had taken a miraculous lead. Will they be able to pull off another miraculous victory in the November mid-term elections without using COVID as an excuse? Can they overcome the loss of one million voters who switched their allegiance to the Republican Party?

The AP reports – More than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year, according to voter registration data analyzed by The Associated Press. The previously unreported number reflects a phenomenon that is playing out in virtually every region of the country — Democratic and Republican states along with cities and small towns.

According to the report, suburban, educated voters are the number one demographic switching parties.

Ben Smith, who lives in suburban Larimer County, Colorado, north of Denver, said he reluctantly registered as a Republican earlier in the year after becoming increasingly concerned about the Democrats’ support in some localities for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, the party’s inability to quell violent crime and its frequent focus on racial justice.

The question is, do Republicans have enough safeguards in place to stop the election from being stolen in November? Will they be able to prevent the Zuckerberg drop boxes from being used to traffic harvested ballots?

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To date, over 20 million people have watched the 2000 Mules movie, which provides irrefutable proof that the election was stolen by ballot harvesting and trafficking operations by using “stash houses” to store and distribute ballots.

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According to True the Vote investigator Gregg Phillips, who is about to drop even bigger news about a multi-national ring that stole the 2020 election—the stash houses were 100% far-left leaning NGOs:

Several tactics were used to steal the election in 2020, but few were more evident than in Detroit, where two van loads of ballots were dropped off in a back hallway of the TCF Center at around 3:30 am on the day after the election. The discovery was made by the Gateway Pundit several weeks after the media and election officials denied any ballots were dropped off after midnight.

Although the rule prohibiting GOP poll challengers from getting close enough to see the counting of absentee ballots was struck down by a judge only days before the election, Democrat poll workers and supervisors strictly enforced the rule in Detroit and frequently screamed, “6-feet!” at poll challengers who dared to come close enough to see the ballot and in some cases, risk arrest by Detroit Police officers who worked as hired thugs for the City of Detroit Elections.

America needs to take the threat of another stolen election seriously. Brave candidates running for Secretary of State across America like Michigan Republican rockstar Kristina Karamo need YOUR help if there is any chance of defeating the election fraud machine that’s been ignored for way too long in America.

It’s time to take back America, and one million voters switching parties is an excellent first step. Still, we must have Secretaries of State who will prevent and not facilitate voter fraud in crucial swing states like Michigan, and it’s everyone’s obligation to make sure that happens.

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