Why there likely was a server seized. Why there was probably no firefight. How that server is now being used as a high level bargaining chip, and why it will probably never be made public.

Tyler S. Farley

If you’re reading this I’m sure you’re already well aware of the rumors swirling around regarding a location in Germany that was raided by members of the U.S military and a server was subsequently seized.

The server in question was supposedly being used to run election tabulations through, the reasons for which are still not 100% clear but the most likely scenario is so that outside actors could monitor and change the vote totals in real-time.

I don’t have any new information on this story as there was really no solid information to begin with other than rumors. However, several prominent lawyers working on Trump’s behalf have referenced the server and its acquisition. So this does appear to be more than a rumor and it’s likely that some sort of evidence in the form of a computer server is indeed being held by Trump’s team.

However, I do believe certain additional parts of this story are most likely false. I also speculate that if such a server exists, it will never see the light of the day and instead will be used as a powerful bargaining chip behind the scenes in the next two weeks to benefit Trump’s efforts.

For starters, I question whether the raid was one in which a firefight took place. This sounds like a bit of an embellishment by independent pro-Trump journalists looking to one-up each other on Twitter and during podcasts.

The reason I don’t believe there was fighting is because any CIA or intelligence-run front operation that was housing the server would not be heavily guarded, if guarded at all. You can’t station armed guards and heavy vehicles outside of a building that’s suppose to blend into the surrounding neighborhood. Most CIA front operations have no security at all, to do so would invite far too much scrutiny and would defeat the purpose.

When a CIA or intelligence front operation is attacked, they simply let it fall and start doing damage control as to what information has been compromised.

Also, if this happened in Germany as reported, there are very few places a firefight could occur without drawing a good deal of media attention. Germany isn’t a gang-riddled country like some areas of Africa where you can have raids and shoot-outs go totally unnoticed and unreported.

So I do believe there was indeed a raid, however common sense and a little knowledge of the intelligence community would suggest there was no battle or firefight.

But now we move on to what obtaining the server actually means for Trump and his fight against the rigged 2020 election.

If this server exists, which I believe it does, it will most likely never see the light of day. Something that explosive will not ever become public knowledge. That’s just simply how the American government works. Think about it, files from the JFK assassination are still classified, so don’t plan on learning about the server content anytime this century if it truly holds evidence of a stolen election.

However, that doesn’t mean it won’t be crucial. My prediction would be that such evidence will be used as a behind-the-scenes bargaining chip for Trump and his team. Having such explosive evidence gives him both leverage and a way to sway state legislators or judges to side with him if the election fight goes that route.

Evidence from the server can be summarized in a report and presented to those legislators or possibly even judges, but it will be shown to them under strict classification rules. What this does is put those individuals told about this evidence in a position where they have no choice but to decide in Trump’s favor. To do otherwise would mean they have seen evidence the election was rigged, but still decided to certify those rigged results.

Of course, this is all speculation at this point and most likely will always be speculation. Such high level evidence will never be shown to the public, so all we can do is speculate. But for now, enough people with very close ties to Trump’s legal efforts have commented on the server that my instincts in this case suggest the server is indeed real.

With that being said, you can compare this to the Russia hoax and spygate scandals. Sadly, nobody involved in those was held accountable and the true story behind them was never fully revealed. However, Trump had enough evidence that he won the battle in the end, and I suspect something similar will play out with the server.

So now the real question moving forward will be how this evidence is used and who will see it. I would wager that as we speak it’s being positioned as a bargaining chip to pressure those in pivotal positions to make the right decision when the time comes.

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