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Blabber Buzz News: "It's Really Not Over: As Bush-Gore Scenario Proves, Media Does Not Decide Elections" according to South Dakota Gov. Noem

Blabber Buzz News reported that South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said, "What I think is going on here, George, is that this is all premature. This is a premature conversation because we have not finished counting votes... There are states that have not been called, and back in 2000, Al Gore was given his day in court. We should give President Trump his day in court":

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem pushed the country to “afford the 70.6 million Americans that voted for President Trump the same consideration" given to former vice president Al Gore in the 2000 legal battle that ended in a Supreme Court decision and a George W. Bush victory.

In a Sunday interview on ABC’s “This Week", the Republican governor claimed that President Trump should be granted "his day in court," citing Gore's 37-day legal attempt to examine the results of an election too close to call on Election Night.

"What I think is going on here, George, is that this is all premature. This is a premature conversation because we have not finished counting votes," Noem said. "There are states that have not been called, and back in 2000, Al Gore was given his day in court. We should give President Trump his day in court."

Host George Stephanopoulos pointed out that despite the president's statements of fraud at the polls, Republican state officials have "come up with zero evidence of widespread fraud."

Noem rejected his claim as "absolutely not true" and pressed voters to let the legal process be revealed. 

"People have signed legal documents, affidavits stating that they saw illegal activities," she argued. "And that is why we need to have this conversation in court. The New York Times itself said that there were clerical errors." [https://www.blabber.buzz/blab/pop/1020841-it-s-really-not-over-as-bush-gore-scenario-proves-media-does-not-decide-elections?utm_source=c-alrt&utm_medium=c-alrt-email&utm_term=c-alrt-AOL&utm_content=1FfA8ggQ_GBku5gQAkPlvA2E.A]

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart of Mary 

Note:

A good friend of the Catholic Monitor got this from a group message. She said "exorcist Fr. Chad Ripperger is asking everyone to say this prayer until the election is resolved":

Prayer of Command

In His Name and by the power of His Cross and Blood, I ask Jesus to bind any evil spirits, forces and powers of the earth, air, fire, or water, of the netherworld and the satanic forces of nature.  By the power of the Holy Spirit and by His authority, I ask Jesus Christ to break any curses, hexes, or spells and send them back to where they came from, if it be His Holy Will.  I beseech Thee Lord Jesus to protect us by pouring Thy Precious Blood on us (my family, etc.), which Thou hast shed for us and I ask Thee to command that any departing spirits leave quietly, without disturbance, and go straight to Thy Cross to dispose of as Thou sees fit.  I ask Thee to bind any demonic interaction, interplay, or communications.  I place N. (Person, place or thing) under the protection of the Blood of Jesus Christ which He shed for us. Amen
 
Please put your family, the United States of America and President Donald Trump as the intentions in the Prayer of Command.

 

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