If you are planning to do something big, you need to make sure that you have every minor detail planned out and to allow for contingencies for if something goes wrong.
For example, when my wife and I moved from up north to Florida, the drive down was planned so that somehow we could avoid traffic jams in many of the cities we would pass through and so that when we got to our new home, it would be at a decent hour so our sleep schedule wasn’t off when the movers came the next day.
The Democrats, if they were planning this trip, would have spun a wheel and just left at whatever time was on the spot where the wheel stopped.
It’s pretty sad the way that so many of the people that were involved in the election scam have been allowed to get away.
A newly declassified report, along with a letter transmitted to Congress by Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, has confirmed that China interfered in the 2020 federal elections.
The Director of National Intelligence cited a report written by the Intelligence Community’s analytic ombudsman, Barry Zulauf, stating that “some analysts were reluctant to describe China’s actions as election interference because the analysts disagreed with the policies of President Donald Trump,” according to the Epoch Times.
Ratcliffe’s letter and the ombudsman report were published by The Washington Examiner on January 17.
“Based on all available sources of intelligence, with definitions consistently applied, and reached independent of political considerations or undue pressure—that the People’s Republic of China sought to influence the 2020 U.S. federal elections,” Ratcliffe wrote.
Zulauf’s report was given to Congress on January 7, along with an intelligence community assessment of interference in the 2020 election. In his report, Zulauf wrote that analysts working on Russia and China applied different standards in their reporting of foreign interference in the election.
The analysts labeled Russia’s activity as clear election interference, but were unwilling to do the same for China’s activity.