‘Take Back MO’ Rally Convenes at Capitol to Daydream About Election Fraud [PHOTOS]

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On the anniversary of the January 6th insurrection, approximately 70 people attended the “Take Back MO Rally” held on the first floor rotunda of the Missouri State Capitol. The event was organized by Rep. Ann Kelley, R-Lamar, a supporter of the election fraud theory, who claimed that the date of the rally was a pure coincidence.

The event was originally billed to include Mike Lindell, the infamous My Pillow Guy, but he never made an appearance. Instead, it was a mixture of lawmakers and religious leaders who said prayers for the January 6th insurrectionists still incarcerated for storming the nation's capitol. They also assured the completely maskless crowd the recent omicron surge was made up, argued that implementing CRT in schools would create Marxist children, and cautioned America’s morals were in dire danger of being destroyed by “them,” although there was never an explanation of who “them” is.

The climax of the event was a lecture by Dr. Douglas Frank, a physics teacher from Ohio who claims he discovered an algorithm proving the 2020 election was rigged. He told the crowd he would “summarize his findings from a three-hour presentation to just twenty minutes” which was met with a “hell yeah” from the crowd. As Dr. Frank showcased his findings via powerpoint, many of the rally attendees jotted notes and took photos to add to their own "research."

The event ended two hours early with the physics teacher performing an experiment. He took out a "metallic singing rod," which he rubbed to initiate a high pitched screech, asking the crowd, “Isn’t this annoying?” He then explained, “The truth about our election being stolen…annoying isn't it? The truth is annoying."

Click through for photos of the entire annoying affair.

Photos by Reuben Hemmer