by Brian Lupo at thegatewaypundit.com
In September 2022, The Gateway Pundit reported on the relentless scrutiny from the Mockingbird Media regarding the Coffee County “breach” of election machines after the 2020 General Election and Senate run-off. It was a chilling lesson in narrative control: dubious-looking still frame photos of two individuals, separately, and very-publicly, walking into the Coffee Co. election office. The CCTV stills resemble often-seen images of criminals sneaking around the back of a building and entering through a backdoor. Or sliding merchandise into their coat pocket at a gas station before walking out. It was just missing the “Do you recognize this person? Call CRIMESTOPPERS” caption across the bottom of the photos.
Doug Logan and Jeff Lenberg, the two tech and cybersecurity experts photographed, may have double-tapped their key fob to provoke an attention-drawing “honk honk”, confirming the car was locked, but of course, there is no video. Only still frames complete with the “breachers” carrying snack,s, energy drinks and smiling at someone at the front door holding it open. More photos followed showing them and other individuals in the common area of the election office in broad daylight, seemingly during business hours. Gasp.
However, a big part of that story was ignored: they were invited by the individual with lawful authority to do so: the election supervisor.
In September 2022, I asked voting integrity activist Marilyn Marks, of the long-running, oft-cited Curling v Raffensperger case, what the basis of her “stolen” claim on Twitter was and if she could reference a specific statute that was violated. The original September 17, 2022 tweet pictured below.read more