Huge: Days Before Certifying Colorado’s Suspicious Election Results, Secretary Of State Caught Deleting This From Dominion

(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – We all know the 2020 presidential election was a sham. Democrats spent 2020 doing everything in their power to ensure that the incompetent Joe Biden would win. It wasn’t an election at all. The will of the American people was certainly never a factor.

All across the US state executives violated the Constitution when they decided to take it upon themselves to change election laws and procedures without the consent or involvement of their state legislative bodies.

Our election processes were drastically changed by Democratic executives and rouge activist judges who did not possess the authority to do so, all under the guise of the pandemic.

Of course, Democrats never had a problem with people gathering in droves at Wal-Mart, Home Depot, grocery stores, or other large businesses. Maybe in-person voting should have just been switched to Wal-Marts across the country.

It was never unsafe to run errands as usual but Democrats insisted that voting in person was just too dangerous. It was always a sham and it resulted in the most consequential stolen election in history.

We all know about the controversies in key states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona but the fraud and corruption was vastly more widespread than anyone originally thought. Suspicious results have been seen in numerous other states such as Virginia, New Hampshire and New York.

The Gateway Pundit has reported on yet more suspicious behavior on behalf of a state executive, this time the state in question is Colorado.

Even in Colorado the election results are suspicious. Adding to that suspicion is the fact that just just days before Joe Biden was declared the winner of Colorado on December 8, Secretary of State Jena Griswold (pictured at top) deleted a proposal from Dominion dating back to 2015, from the Secretary’s website.

Could that be because Griswold and fellow Democrats don’t want anyone questioning the Dominion voting machines that showed Joe Biden, who barely left his basement during his campaign, won the state by more than what both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama received in prior elections?

The most uninspiring individual to ever run for president somehow managed to beat one of the most popular US presidents of all time (Obama) in the state of Colorado.

President Trump managed to also surpass both of Obama and Clinton’s record vote counts which we should expect since Trump was and still is wildly popular. You would have thought that he would have won the state with that kind of performance.

You’d be wrong, apparently. Joe Biden, who couldn’t attract gnats to his events, supposedly surpassed all three of them. Give me a break.

The Gateway Pundit reports that Griswold removed the Dominion document from her state’s website after the 2020 election but prior to the certification of the 2020 results. The deleted document was a proposal (RFP) from Dominion for voting machines in the state in December 2015.

Why did Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold decide to delete this document after the election but before the results were certified. The timing is most certainly suspicious. Could it be because it involved Dominion or because of the names included in the document?

Griswold has some explaining to do but don’t hold your breath.

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