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Chinese Ballots? Chinese Shipping Receipt Found in Georgia Among Hundreds of Thousands of Shredded Ballots

"Word is the DOJ and DHS have been told to stand down. That President Trump himself has had to call agents on the ground asking them to continue."


A bombshell of epic proportions may have just dropped regarding massive voter fraud in Georgia. 

Former CEO Patrick Byrne just dropped two potential bombshells regarding fraudulant ballots that were shipped country-wide.

One of those bombshells ties directly to Communist China.

According to Byrne, a Chinese shipping receipt has been found among hundreds of thousands of shredded ballots from Fulton County, Georgia.

Once again, no matter how much proof comes in, this information continues to be censored.

China undoubtedly interfered in our election, and it’s time someone does something about it. 

Patrick Byrne broke the story on Twitter.

Here's Patrick Byrne's Twitter feed, where he broke the bombshell story:

Byrne provided more details:

This is only the tip of the iceburg as far as Chinese interference in our election.

Check out this interview from Jennifer Zeng, which contends that 1.5 MILLION ballots were printed in China.  

China is a very real threat to our nation, and their interference is being covered up.

Back on December 16th, Fox News reported that the Intel Community assessment of foreign threats was delayed due to a dispute on whether or not China interfered in the 2020 election:

The 2020 Intelligence Community Assessment focused on foreign election influence will be delayed, Fox News has learned, amid a dispute among senior intelligence analysts over whether China sought to influence the election.

"This afternoon the DNI was notified by career intelligence officials that the Intelligence Community will not meet the December 18 deadline, set by Executive Order and Congress, to submit the IC’s classified assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. elections," Amanda Schoch, Assistant DNI for Strategic Communications said in a statement to Fox News.

"The IC has received relevant reporting since the election and a number of agencies have not finished coordinating on the product," Schoch continued. "The DNI is committed to providing this report to our customers expeditiously."

The report was expected to be released by Friday, but sources familiar told Fox News that there is a dispute within the intelligence community over what should be included in this 2020 ICA.

Sources told Fox News that a number of senior intelligence analysts are "adamant" that China sought to influence the 2020 presidential election, while a number of others are downplaying China’s activities surrounding the election.

Some analysts claim that China’s efforts were "minimal" or only plans that ultimately were not acted upon, while others are arguing there is "ample raw intelligence" about China’s intentions and actions.

Bloomberg first reported the dispute.

When asked where Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe stands, a senior intelligence official told Fox News that "all that Ratcliffe wants is for the intelligence to be reflected accurately and honestly with regard to China and everything else."

An intelligence official with experience in analytic disputes told Fox News that "proper analytic tradecraft would stipulate that when there are competing views like this, that both views should be captured in the report."

Former acting DNI Richard Grenell seemed to echo that sentiment on Wednesday, tweeting that Ratcliffe is "standing up for career analysts who want their views to be accurately reflected. In other words, fighting to keep intelligence from being politicized."

In October, Ratcliffe and FBI Director Christopher Wray warned that Russia and Iran were attempting to influence the 2020 election. Ratcliffe, at the time, said the intelligence community discovered interference from Iran, saying it was designed to incite social unrest and damage President Trump.

"These actions are desperate attempts by desperate adversaries," Ratcliffe said at the time, noting that intimidating emails were sent to Democrats in battleground states such as Florida, Arizona and Pennsylvania appeared to be aimed at intimidating them into voting for President Trump.

The emails falsely purported to be from the far-right group Proud Boys and warned that "we will come after you" if the recipients didn’t vote to reelect Trump.

John Ratcliff also spoke with Tucker Carlson in early December, and said that China was the only country capable of taking away the American dream:

We cannot allow this corruption to continue.

As Patrick Byrne said, we all need to let the Justice Department know our feelings on the matter.

President Donald Trump is fighting for us.

Now it's time we fight for him.


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