Truth Wins!


Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes, on behalf of themselves and Donald Trump, were victorious in defending themselves in a defamation lawsuit filed in Philadelphia. They were accused of defaming James Savage, the former voting machine warehouse supervisor in Delaware County.

The lawsuit allowed Stenstrom and Hoopes to admit election fraud evidence as part of their “the truth is a complete defense” denial of any defamation. Due to the overwhelming documentation that Stenstrom and Hoopes provided in preliminary filings to the court, Plaintiff Savage and his attorney, J. Conor Corcoran, withdrew their complaint. 

We’ve selected two videos that were filed with the court and provided captioning and identification. By clicking on the images below, you will see a list of all the video/audio evidence provided to the court. To view these select videos, simply click on their titles within the list.

Get Rid of Pads and 2nd Scanners.mp4

“Throw them away, the pads and the second scanners.” 
(James Allen, Director of Elections)
“We’ve got to talk about it more.” (James Savage, Plaintiff)
“Why?” (James Allen)
“It’s a felony.” (James Savage)

Speaking about election machine return tapes,
“why do you have to rip them up?” (whistleblower)
“I didn’t want anyone thinking we threw stuff away.” (Attorney Tom Gallagher)
“We’re going to have a little campfire here.”
(James “Ziggy” Ziegelhoffer, election worker)

The law states that all election records must retained for 22 months following an election. However, these two clips showed intent and actual destruction of election materials from the 2020 election. That’s a crime! But, were they trying to cover an even bigger crime?

Bottom line…

Many of you have heard Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes speak about the lawsuits they’ve filed surrounding election fraud, starting with the 2020 election. Keystone Fair Business Partners strives for truth and transparency in the election processes. Often citizens must fight legal battles to get the clarity we seek and deserve as Americans. We are grateful to those in our community who are willing to take on those challenges, like Stenstrom and Hoopes, and we support their efforts!