Trump Files

How to rig an election

There are many ways to rig an election.
In Spain, the term pucherazo (electoral fraud), dates back to the Restoration of the Borbonic dynasty to the throne from 1874 onwards, with the culmination of Primo de Rivera’s dictatorship in 1923.
There were several ways in which manipulation was done. Sometimes the paper ballots will be hidden in big stew pots (in Spanish, pucheros. Hence the name); and they would then be added or subtracted to the ballot box in order to obtain the desired result.

Is Trump afraid of Impeachment?

The impeachment process carries on. Tomorrow the votes will be in. Tonight, in what is known as “Impeachment Eve”, demonstration are schedule to take place all over the country, both in favour and opposing the impeachment.

Turning your back on Assange

It is clear to me that Julian Assange was very involved in Trump winning the 2016 election. What’s more, I am fully convinced that Wikileaks was also involved with early Qanon movement, just like many other big players like Steve Bannon or Jack Posobiec were.