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The Deep Rig: (or what to send friends who ask,

The Deep Rig: (or what to send friends who ask, "Why do you doubt the integrity of Election 2020?")

by Patrick M Byrne

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Byrne is a libertarian who did not vote for Trump and has publicly criticized him: that said, he believes Election 2020 was rigged, and that should be objectionable to every person who believes, "just government derives its power from the consent of the governed." In this book he explains what caused him in August 2020 to study election fraud, and what really happened during the 2020 election. He describes how his team of "cyber-ninjas" unraveled it while they worked against the clock of Constitutional processes, all against the background of being a lifetime entrepreneur trying to interact with Washington, DC. This book takes you behind the headlines to backroom scenes that determined whether or not the fraud would be exposed in time, and paints a portrait of Washington that will leave the reader asking, "Is this the end of our constitutional republic?"

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ISBN-13: 9780578861838
Publisher: Deep Capture LLC
Publication date: 02/17/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 156
Sales rank: 195,261
File size: 57 MB
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About the Author

Patrick Byrne earned a Certificate from Beijing Normal University, a Dartmouth BA, Cambridge M.Phil (as a Marshall Scholar), and a Stanford PhD. Twenty years later, Byrne was named National Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young. That 20 years was one of toil, sweat, David vs. Goliath matches, breakthroughs, and (occasionally) victories. Along the way, in 2004 Byrne and the oligarchy got cross-wise, and has been hunting the oligarchy ever since. He believes it has two wings: Wall Street and the Deep State. Byrne thinks he has them cornered.

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