Remember the guy who assembled swing sets by day and was an “expert mathematician” and voting machine expert by night? His name was Ed Solomon. He had a day job on Long Island installing swing sets in backyards but by night he morphed into a superhero and defended democracy against Italian satellites, bamboo ballots and other nefarious instrumentalities being used by the bad guys to subvert the 2020 election.

Well, Solomon has just been bested. Kari Lake has an “expert witness” testifying at an event that she characterizes as both a “hearing” and a “trial” and he is a real doozy.

You’ll love this guy. And it will not surprise you that he was discovered by Mike Lindell and that’s where Kari got him.

Say, I’ve got a great idea. We open up something called Columbia School Of Stolen Election Experts. We advertise on matchbook covers. Are you with me?

Here’s where we find out that Mike Lindell brought this expert into the picture. (Where is Swing Set Man? I wanna talk to Swing Set Man.)

How did our democracy fall to this level? Anybody?

I wonder what it will take for Kari Lake to finally run out of gas.



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  1. She won’t run out of gas until she’s dead or flying off to Epstien’s island with the mango slime to avoid prosecution. They think there are more Mag-gots out there than there really are.

  2. Hey Kari. I’m sorry I didn’t let you know earlier but if you can send 10,000 to my account, I have EXPLOSIVE news that you desperately need!!!!

  3. Well, at least he’s not a fictional lawyer character on some show Trump took a liking to while watching his magic tee vee box. However, writers could (with the help of some special mushrooms or other mind altering drugs) create some “based on a real person/events” wild-ass, farce/comedic fiction using his dude and his antics.

  4. Kari, please wire One Million dollars to me and I can/will be able to say whatever you need…. 😂😂😂😂😂😂


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