The Deep Rig - Patrick M. Byrne

The Deep Rig

By Patrick M. Byrne

  • Release Date: 2021-02-17
  • Genre: Political Science
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 34 Ratings)


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?"


  • Lies

    By Godot2
    This book is full of lies, the author is a liar, and if you still believe this garbage you’re only lying to yourself.
  • 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    By lncj24
  • Follow the Data and Evidence

    By RealRickRoss
    Outstanding job by Patrick Byrne. As an engineer and a law student, he is one of the few people in the post-election media that I listen to on this topic. He describes the process and the result symbiotically. [[And the “59 courts” argument that we’re hearing—from people who haven’t been to law school and hated the justice system 4 months ago—would be clever, if any of those cases had admitted evidence. They didn’t. Those ruled on standing or remedy. Nearly of the cases admitting evidence have moved forward. Don’t take legal advice or commentary from leftists.]]
  • Elsa From Frozen

    By PeasantPharm
    Go back to sleep you moron.
  • See Elsa from Frozen

    By cdarwin
    59 courts didn’t get it wrong. Your book did.
  • The Deep Rig

    By Former Army
    Provides many details in understandable language without getting overly computer geek technical. Easy to follow.