Dear Petition Signer –
Last week, I received Rep. Peter Welch’s response to our petition. I am forwarding it on to you. While civil, Rep. Welch dismisses the possibility of electoral fraud in the 2020 presidential election. He also appears to use the events of Jan. 6 to avoid any responsibility for investigation, even though any electoral fraud occurred well before that date.
With neither media nor government interested (for now, anyway) in investigating, it’s up to concerned Americans to do their own research into this difficult issue. I encourage anyone interested in what happened on Nov. 3 and afterwards to read Patrick Byrne’s fascinating blog post about the inner workings – some might say the dysfunctional inner workings – of the Trump campaign investigation. I published a link to it Friday, January 29 on Vermont Daily. It’s an interesting if subjective read. We have to start somewhere.
Also, I have written to Mike Lindell – the ‘My Pillow’ guy and strong Trump supporter – about his ongoing investigation into electoral fraud. If I hear back from him, I will let you know.
As always, Vermont Daily will cover any developments in this story, which – if true – is the most important news story of the 21st century, although you’d never know it by the seemingly complicit mainstream media. If you have not signed up for a free subscription to Vermont Daily yet, I encourage you to do so.
Guy Page, Editor & Publisher
January 29, 2021
Dear Mr. Page,
Thank you for sharing your concerns about the 2020 presidential election, and a petition urging an investigation by the U.S. House of Representatives into allegations of election fraud. I appreciate your feedback on this important issue.
President Joe Biden won the popular vote, by more than 7 million votes, and the Electoral College. The United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), an agency under the Department of Homeland Security, has called this election the most secure in American history. There is no credible evidence of significant voter fraud or that voting systems were compromised.
The court system, members of Congress, and the former President should respect the American people’s decision. Undermining the results of the election with false claims of voter fraud is deeply irresponsible and damages the core of our democratic system honoring the will of the voters and the election outcome.
We saw the violent, anti-democratic consequences of former President Trump’s assault on our electoral system on January 6, 2021. A violent mob, manipulated and lied to by former President Trump and his allies, attacked the U.S. Capitol to stop the electoral vote certification. They failed to stop the certification of the election results, but during the mob attack five people died, including a Capitol police officer, dozens were injured, the Capitol was ransacked, and a pillar of our democracy was shaken. It was a disgraceful attempt by the former President to overturn an election he lost.
Member of Congress