By Patrick Colbeck

The movie “Wag the Dog” provides surprisingly poignant insights as to how political strategists use the media to shape public perception. In the movie, a director is hired by a political strategist to create a fake war in order to cover-up a presidential scandal.

Election fraud is a much larger scandal than the one covered up in the movie “Wag the Dog”. Election Fraud evidence is undeniable, widespread and significant.

Over the next few months, state after state will be releasing more and more findings resulting from their investigations and forensic audits of the 2020 election.  Even now, those behind the 2020 Election Coup are scheming about how to distract citizens using their allies in the media to block any coverage of these findings. We know most media outlets will willingly assist in the cover up of election fraud findings by instead covering a series of distractions designed to dominate news cycles.

The question before you is “What?” are the distractions and “When?” will they dominate the news cycles. 

That’s where you fit in.

Let’s see how well you know the media and current events! 

1) DOWNLOAD SCORECARD

Election Fraud Cover-Up Scorecard

2) Place the letter of the event you predict in the appropriate time box in the chart.

3) Share your predictions on social media when you fill in all squares. Include #CoverUpContest with your social media post.

4) Let folks on social media know when you nail a prediction (if big tech lets us!). Include #CoverUpContest.

That’s it!

What’s the prize? Freedom. Remind the #CoupCrew that the dog wags the tail, NOT the other way around.

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cisco
cisco
8 days ago

massive censoring should be another option, if they block the all the news stations {MSM} youtube, twitter and FB, how will anyone really know what is happening?

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