Lindell Alleges Nebraska Voter Fraud at Trump Greenwood Rally

Greenwood, NE – President Donal Trump’s Sunday rally for gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster at the I-90 Speedway in Greenwood attracted thousands Sunday afternoon. The rally was originally scheduled for Friday night but was postponed because of severe weather.

 

Among the rally speakers, in addition to Trump who talked for 2-hours, was My Pillow owner Mike Lindell who claims he has proof that over 80-thousand votes were stolen from Trump in Nebraska, even though Trump won the state. Lindell told the crowd, and those watching the RSBN online stream in a separate interview, that there was an 80-thousand ‘down vote’ statewide with 23-thousand of those in Douglas County and 12-thousand votes in Lancaster County.

 

Lindell says that ES&S Election Systems and Software based in Omaha needs to be investigated. ES&S manufactures and sells voting machine equipment and services including vote tabulators, direct-recording electronic machines, voter registration and election management systems, ballot-marking devices, electronic poll books, ballot on demand printing services, and absentee voting-by-mail services.

 

In 2014, ES&S claimed that “in the past decade alone,” it had installed more than 260,000 voting systems, more than 15,000 electronic poll books, provided services to more than 75,000 elections. The company has installed statewide voting systems in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Virginia, and West Virginia.

 

TRUMP CALLS OUT NEBRASKA CONGRESSMEN

During his remarks to the rally-goers, Trump called out Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse saying that he had made a mistake by endorsing him in the 2020 election. Trump didn’t stop there. He also told the crowd that he was not too fond of Omaha Congressman Don Bacon. Bacon is opposed in the May 10th Republican Primary by Steve Kuehl in the Second Congressional District. Kuehl, along with his wife Lori, were introduced to the attendees at Sunday’s rally.

Photo: Screenshot from RSNB video stream

 

 

 

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