A.U.D.I.T.: About Undermining Democrat-Implemented Theft (of elections)
Election-related revelations continue apace, and suspicions about what actually transpired last November continue to grow, much to the chagrin of the Democrat-media complex. A total of 20 states have sent delegations to observe the Arizona audit. Some of those are planning audits of their own. Is that an indication of greater or lesser national interest in the audit(s), Democrats?
Democrats continue to fiddle while Rome burns, ignoring the mounting evidence of election fraud perpetrated by their own operatives. This is how a Democrat insider and pollster continues to spin the narrative (emphasis added):
While most Americans rightly see Joe Biden as the legitimate winner of the 2020 presidential election, time, facts and evidence have done little to shift the attitudes of Trump voters who stubbornly cling to the fantasy that their candidate actually won.
Virtually everything in that sentence is false. But he is right about that last bit in his own way but doesn’t take it to the logical conclusion, for indeed, the evidence of election fraud that has trickled out in sworn affidavits, public testimony, independent studies and analyses, and incriminating videos since the election has become a river, which reinforces the beliefs of Trump supporters that The Hologram’s victory was the real fantasy. And they know it. And Democrats also are learning the hard way that, despite their massive agitprop efforts against election audits, a majority of Americans support them now, too, as reported in a recent Rasmussen poll:
Speaking of knowing about it, isn’t it odd that the Democrat-media complex spent the past four years railing that “Trump stole the election (with Russia’s help)” but somehow never called for any forensic audits to “prove” their claims? Makes one wonder what they had to hide in 2016 (and other elections gone by). The Democrats have been avoiding audits like the plague. Makes me just a tad suspicious!
AG Merrick Garland’s clumsy announcement that The Hologram’s DoJ Civil Rights Division will “scrutinize” the Arizona audit for potential voting rights violations generated an immediate backlash from AZ state legislators, as well as garnered national attention. Thinking people can easily connect the dots: DoJ is trying to assert authority over a process the US Constitution leaves to individual states. Why would they do that if the election was “the most secure ever” as Democrats have been claiming since last November? What do they have to hide? Merrick’s action is a red flag indicating that the Democrats know what is coming and are really worried. And their worries are well-founded, as previously detailed here. Will they precipitate something that will prevent public disclosure of the results of the AZ audit to avoid a political catastrophe?
Maybe there are a few other cracks beginning to show in the Democrats’ dam, too. Is there a deluge in the making? Wayne Allen Root optimistically thinks so. Before launching into a summary of election-related news from the past week, a little pick-me-up excerpt from Root’s recent column is in order:
Forensic audits will uncover the truth. And the truth will set us free. The truth will prove – even to Democrats and dummies (I know, I repeat myself) – that we were right. Trump was cheated. The election was rigged and stolen. Trump is the real president. Biden is not the rightful president of the United States.
You can feel it. The tide has turned. We are so close to proving Arizona and Georgia were stolen. Some legislators from other states want to plan forensic audits. Soon all the dominoes will fall.
Proving the election was stolen will make all the difference in the world. Of course, Democrats and the fake news media frauds know that. That’s precisely what they’re so afraid of. They’re scared to death the truth is about to come out.
And yes, they’re scared to death because they don’t know where this will lead; they don’t know what the citizens will do once they realize the election was rigged and stolen.
Bad things will happen to the Democrats if it’s proven they stole the election. All hell will break loose. Democrats are in a world of trouble, and they know it.
Okay, okay, there is no need to get ahead of ourselves until the evidence is in hand. I’ve already discussed election irregularities discovered and independent analyses conducted in previous articles that provide ample reasons for completing forensic audits to find out the truth (see here, here, here, here, and here). And we’re going to get a window into the truth in Arizona in August. The probability that all of these irregularities can simply be wished away is zilch. Yes, the dam may soon be breaking.
Moving on to this week’s election-related news. Let’s examine what has been reported in each of the states. The miscellaneous section at the end bears careful reading, too.
- There are multiple media reports that the AZ audit results won’t be made public until August. Here is a short summary from NTD:
Led by Cyber Ninjas, which was hired by the Arizona Senate, auditors are working on evaluating ballots after finishing their ballot recount, save less than 100 braille ballots. The ballot evaluation is supposed to wrap up by the end of June–the Senate is slated to vacate the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, where the audit is taking place, by July 1–but there will be a few weeks worth of additional work after that, [according to] Ken Bennett, a former Arizona Republican secretary of state [who is the audit’s liaison].
- Here is some amplification from Bennett in a War Room interview, as reported courtesy of Arizona Conservatives Take Action on Telegram (@ArizonaConservatives):
Ken Bennett tells John Fredericks that they are still waiting on the passwords and the router logs from the slimy Maricopa County Supervisors. The audit team is unable to get past a partition on the 385 tabulator machines without a second password. The Supervisors’ excuse that sensitive health and social security data contained on the router logs prevents them from granting access is ludicrous, Ken points out. Although the Coliseum portion of the audit will wrap up at the end of this month, the team will still have several more weeks of work to confirm that envelopes had signatures, review voter registration anomalies (canvassing), complete the analysis of the machines, and possibly do another vote tabulation using the ballot images. “There is still checking of voter registration anomalies,” he explained before citing “fifty two people voting from a two-bedroom home somewhere, or people voting twice, or dead people voting.” Ken expects the results report to be released a few weeks after all of that work is complete, likely in August.
- Here is another audit update, this time courtesy of the Arizona Audit Watch Channel on Telegram (@AZAuditNews):
AZ AUDIT UPDATE-PART #2
~Maricopa County law enforcements’ social security numbers & other protected health information within the county, is the reason reported for not providing access to router logs.
~The audit team is going to look at ballot envelopes & whether or not they have signatures. (Approximately “1.9 million”) They are attempting to obtain access to scanned digital images of these. If there isn’t a verifiable signature, that’s a problem according to Ken Bennett.
~Maricopa County supposedly delivered digital images of ballot envelope signatures but they may end up being subpoenaed. No signed envelope, big black mark on county elections for opening it!
~AZ legislators are anticipating the results in order to pass elections reform legislation to prevent future meddling.
- More from Ken Bennett, courtesy of American Conservatives Take Action on Telegram (@ArizonaConservatives):
Arizona Senate Liaison Ken Bennett Says He Hopes Senate Will Not Have to Take Legal Action to Get Routers from Maricopa County
TGP’s Jordan Conradson spoke with Senate liaison Ken Bennett on Monday about the AZ Audit.
Conradson: What about the subpoenaed passwords and routers?
Bennett: We’re still pushing the county for some of the information that we’ve not received, but I think the focus is getting these two phases the hand count, And the paper evaluation done. Then we’ll turn our focus to getting some of the other information that didn’t come over.
Conradson: Are you guys going to have to take criminal [sic] action?
Bennett: I hope not. I believe that they will provide us what we need by subpoena. The county and the Senate both know that the Maricopa County Superior Court judge has ruled that the counties are that the Senate subpoenas are valid and need to be complied with, so we hope things will go smoothly.
- The AZ Senate passed an election security/integrity bill that “would refer voters to the state AG for voter fraud investigation if they chose not to cure their ballot if it’s flagged for a signature mismatch. … The election bill SB 1241 will require such signature verification on ballots, as well as other security measures.”
- The audit has apparently uncovered some significant signature verification problems that could invalidate unverified ballots cast. As reported here, Ken Bennett, Senate liaison to the Maricopa County, Arizona, election audit, said that auditors were informed by county election workers that the signature verification standards for mail-in ballots were at first lowered and ultimately disregarded for November’s races.”
- Lastly, some excerpts from an AZ state senator Wendy Rogers email update on Wednesday ([email protected]):
First, let me say that the media wouldn’t know the truth if they were hit over the head with it. The scope of their misreporting has been borderline legally actionable.
Second, Katie Hobbs is an inveterate liar whose incompetence and fraud are being revealed through this audit.
Third, anyone who still trusts the Dominion voting machines at this point, either wants fraud or is too lazy to hand count the ballots.
We now DO finally have the deleted databases folder that was missing for some time.
- Despite news accounts, it really WAS deleted. The media got this wrong, shockingly.
- It was CyFIR who discovered this, and they are none other than the firm who discovered the June 2015 U.S. Government Office of Personnel Management (OPM) breach, where SF86 forms used for Top Secret security clearances were compromised. The bad guys had been infiltrated into OPM for three years.
- Here is the reason that the databases are important:
Let’s say a ballot box’s pink slip says there are 200 ballots contained in the box. Really, only 99 physical ballots are actually IN the box (yes this is happening a LOT).
There should be TWO cross-references to verify this. The Dominion machine would have a batch number corresponding to that grouping of ballots AND Dominion should have the scanned imagery to similarly correlate to those ballots. Where are the remaining 101 ballots? Are they imaged in Dominion? Is their batch number tallied in Dominion? That’s why we need the databases.
Noteworthy that both Dominion and Secretary Hobbs have declined the invitation to observe the audit, however everything is still being video recorded.
The transparency here has been remarkable. Every citizen can visit the video feed and witness what’s going on.
The best practices being developed here can be used for future audits, such as those being considered in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and other states.
We knew there was something wrong with the 2020 election at the beginning of this process. Already we are troubled by several issues and discrepancies that need to be sorted out.
The machines are a problem. The procedures were faulty. We clearly have work ahead of us to guarantee election integrity in Arizona.
- Here’s a bombshell report from a nonprofit organization about 1.8 million more people on the voter rolls than there should be. Excerpts from a California Globe article on Wednesday:
California’s November 3, 2020 election was marred by significant voting and registration irregularities, says the Election Integrity Project(R) California, Inc. (EIPCa). EIPCa seeks answers to the following questions, on behalf of California voters:
Why are there almost 124,000 more votes counted in California’s November 3, 2020 election than voters recorded as voting in that election? And why is most of the discrepancy driven by 116,000 vote-by-mail ballots with no apparent voter identified in VoteCal’s voting histories? Click here for a list by county.
Why do more than 7,700 voters have TWO November 3, 2020 votes credited to their voting histories? These are two votes credited to each of 7,700 unique (non-duplicated) registration ID numbers in the state database. This indicates mass double voting, a significant programming error in the state’s registration system, or both.
Why does California have 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible citizens and why did this overage rise 72% in the 2020 election cycle? Click here for a list by county.
Redstate colleague Sarah Lee reported that leftwing California activists were sent to help cure ballots in Arizona and Georgia last November. Curing is the process of “fixing” ballots that were improperly filled out. Any guess as to who benefitted from the curing?
- Last Friday, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold [D-Soros] released a statement that claimed she would not allow outside auditors to come into Colorado and perform an election audit of the 2020 results in Colorado. Her office “is adopting ’emergency elections rules’ to ban third parties from accessing voting equipment in the state. Effective immediately, the new rules prohibit any third-party individual or vendor from accessing any component of a county’s voting equipment in Colorado, according to a news release.” What’s the “emergency” (other than hiding Democrat-initiated election fraud)?
- This should come as no surprise, as Colorado has been converted from a Reddish state to an almost totally Blue state in just a few short years thanks to the statewide implementation of main-in balloting and the accompanying fraud. One of those involved in making that happen was Amber McReynolds, CEO of the National Vote at Home Institute and the former Direction of Elections for the City and County of Denver, Colorado. She has been making the rounds on MSNBC and other Democrat-friendly media lying about audits and election fraud associated with mail-in balloting. One of her recent interviews was thoroughly debunked here.
- Paul Sperry at Real Clear Investigations broke the story Tuesday that Georgia had conducted a secret ballot review of some 2020 ballots and may have pressured a whistleblower to recant her testimony about suspected election fraud:
After several Fulton County, Ga., poll monitors testified last year that boxes of mail-in ballots for Joe Biden looked liked they’d been run through a photocopy machine, state investigators quietly broke the seal on one suspicious box and inspected the hundreds of votes it contained for signs of fraud, RealClearInvestigations has learned exclusively.
At the same time, a key whistleblower told RCI that state investigators pressured her to recant her story about what she and other poll monitors had observed — what they called unusually “pristine” mail-in ballots while sorting through them during last November’s hand recount.
- UncoverDC summarized here the Election Day observations by independent election monitor Carter Jones of Seven Hill Strategies. He documented in a daily diary “the ‘massive’ election integrity failures and mismanagement that he witnessed in the Atlanta-area’s election centers.” These included: rescanning of previously scanned ballots, chain of custody issues, and mishandling of provisional ballots. Here is how Just the News described Jones’s 29-page memorandum: “The bombshell report, constructed like a minute-by-minute diary, cited a litany of high-risk problems such as the double-counting of votes, insecure storage of ballots, possible violations of voter privacy, the mysterious removal of election materials at a vote collection warehouse, and the suspicious movement of “too many” ballots on Election Day.”
- From a second report from Carter Jones, courtesy of TGP:
6) During the general election, [Richard] Barron negotiated with the ACLU to provide 255 deputy registrars to use ENET to cancel absentee ballots. During the runoff, this task was performed mainly by a smaller number of non-ACLU deputy registrars. SHS received no complaints during the runoff about unnecessary wait times related to not having additional dedicated deputy registrars.
[More from TGP:} A total of 49 Deputy Registrars were trained by Fulton County officials, yet 255 ACLU Deputy Registrars were active on Election Day for the General Election per Carter Jones’ report, and most (at least over 80%) if not all of these Deputy Registrars, apparently were not trained in that function by the [Board of Records and Elections] BRE [as required].
- Creative Destruction Media uncovered evidence of deep ties between a Stacy Abrams-owned personnel staffing firm and the state government. Why would the Georgia Bureau of Investigations, let alone the governor, hire her firm?
[CDM] uncovered payments by a myriad of Georgia government agencies to the temp firm ‘Happy Faces Staffing’ financed by the firm ‘Now Account’ of which Stacey Abrams (former state rep and GA gubernatorial candidate) is an owner. The payments show the firm was also compensated by the GA governor’s office in 2020, showing work done for GA Governor Brian Kemp.
- Courtesy of From American Conservatives Take Action on Telegram (@ArizonaConservatives), the following interview summary on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast covers how ballot chain of custody affected the general and special elections that elected The Hologram and two Democrat senators:
The Outcome-Altering Importance of Chain of Custody: John Fredericks Spells Out How Trump Will Be Proven The Winner In GA | War Room
According to GA law and even “Stacy’s law,” those 19K drop box ballots with no paperwork and no chain of custody should not have been counted or entered into the system. They should have been converted to provisional ballots until documentation was provided to formally authenticate them. That never happened. Biden, Ossoff, Warnock received 90% of the mail-in ballots in Fulton County. Had Ossoff received just 9K fewer votes on 11/3, Perdue would be in the US Senate today — there would not have been a run-off election. And Trump would have won GA’s 16 electoral votes. This is before any consideration of the alleged 30K fraudulent votes in Garland Favorito’s voterGA.org case. There are approximately 333K absentee ballots in GA with NO chain of custody records. NEW – Investigator notes on how Fulton County GA delayed the counting process for days after the 2020 election, delivering ballots with no chain of custody in mail bins instead of secure ballot boxes.
- The pressure continues on GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on his handling/ mishandling of the regular and special elections. From Breitbart: David Belle Isle, a Georgia Republican challenging Raffensperger for Secretary of State next year, made a detailed records request under Georgia’s Open Records Act “for several documents related to Georgia’s 2020 election.”
- Raffensperger announced that 100,000 names will be removed shortly from Georgia’s voter rolls. From NTD: “The names are being removed because of a National Change of Address form submitted to the U.S. Postal Service, election mail being sent to them bouncing back; or having no contact with elections officials for at least five years.” Three questions come immediately to mind: (1) why now, (2) did any of them vote (illegally) in 2020 and/or the special election, and (3) for whom did they vote?
- Fulton County officials are playing games with releasing 385 missing absentee ballot dropbox transfer forms that The Georgia Star News has previously reported on and requested from the county. Magically, those forms were supposedly provided to and reported out by Democrat-friendly Georgia Public Broadcasting, but without providing digital images as proof, as reported here. Read that whole article and see if you agree that something is not quite right.
- Was Jordan Fuchs a key player in Georgia election fraud? Check out her Zuckerberg connections, as reported here:
Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs, who occupies an official position under Brad Raffensperger created specifically for her, sits on the board of a non-profit created by attorney David Becker while working for Pew Charitable Trust — the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC).
Becker also created the Center for Election Integrity and Research, which reportedly took $50 million in ‘Zuckerbucks’, part of the over $400 million Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg injected into the 2020 U.S. general election cycle.
- GA resident and social media personality Miz Donna on Telegram (https://t.me/MizDonna/1449) provided this summary of a Georgia whistleblower interview on the War Room this week:
Suzi Voyles [elections whistleblower] was on the Frederick’s show this morning.
She said investigators interviewed her during Christmas break. She is thankful she took a witness with her, because of the tone of the interview. They seemed to be focused on her, and not the issue at hand. She then learned in February that the investigators were telling GA Legislators that she had ‘recanted’ her story. She did not, and told the Legislator so. Another example of dishonesty from the office.
That ‘recanted’ information was also sent to GA Congressmen in DC. She told them she never recanted either.
The ‘recanted’ narrative came up again in the court case recently. She never did.
And she took a witness with her to the one and only interview.
Ask yourself why the investigators have gone so far to push this false narrative?
She is concerned about the fact that the investigators apparently gained access to the ballots in question, even though the judge sealed them.
I keep saying. They broke trust before the election, during the election, immediately after the election, and continue to do so.
- Republican legislators passed three bills aimed at tightening up election security and integrity. From Epoch Times: “Michigan‘s Republican-led Senate on June 16 passed several bills that, if signed into law, would implement more voter identification requirements for in-person voters and absentee voters, adding Michigan to a growing list of states pursuing more stringent election measures.” Now, they’ve got to get past Gov. Gretchen’s Whitmer’s inevitable veto. Their plan: “Republicans can circumvent Whitmer’s executive authority and can start a petition to create a ballot initiative for the three voting bills. They would need more than 340,000 voters to sign it.” Should be a piece of cake, but it will take some grass-roots pavement-pounding. More from MSN: “Senate Bills 303and 304 remove the option to vote by affidavit if a voter doesn’t have or forgets a suitable ID on Election Day. Senate Bill 285 requires voters to submit ID information when applying for an absentee ballot application.”
- Concerned Michiganders are getting into the audit act, too. According to Just the News, “Hundreds of people concerned about the integrity of the Nov. 2020 election gathered outside the Michigan Capitol [last] Thursday to protest and deliver roughly 7,000 affidavits claiming fraud and demanding a forensic audit.”
- Some information about Dominion machines connected to the internet is contained in this summary of an interview with Col Phil Waldron from American Conservatives Take Action on Telegram:
BREAKING NEWSPER EMAILS DOMINION WAS DRIVING CHANGES TO THEIR SYSTEMS REMOTELY ON ELECTIONS FROM THEIR HELP DESK IN COLORADO!! Col. Phil Waldron just dropped some bombshell information regarding emails provided by Dominion to county departments, obtained in the discovery phase of Matthew DePerno’s lawsuit in Michigan. This is from around the primaries last year. They reported having problems with modem transmission being slowed down & openly admit to turning on & off functions from a central location. Can we all admit that Dominion machines were online, had Wifi capability & easily manipulated now? Check out the rest of the interview for awesome insight to what happened in the 2020 election! The interview:
- Here is a Michigan audit update from @MichiganConservatives on Telegram:
Rep. Steve Carra Introduces House Bill 5091 Calling for an Audit of the 2020 Michigan Election
To analyze current processes to maintain accurate, up-to-date voter rolls, the third-party auditor would review additions, revisions and deletions to the Qualified Voter File. The audit board would also randomly select 20% of precincts from each city with at least 500,000 residents and 10% of precincts from each county for a thorough audit of poll books, ballots and vote tallies from the 2020 general election.
The audit of poll books would analyze when each poll book was generated, whether any electronic poll book was connected to a network after being downloaded, any changes made to a poll book and any recorded challenge from an election challenger, among others. The audit of ballots would log the total number of ballots printed, the number of absentee ballots returned by mail, the time a clerk received each absentee ballot returned on election day and when local clerks delivered absentee ballots for signature verification and tabulation, among others. The audit of vote tallies would review the electronic voting systems used to tabulate ballots in each precinct and include a detailed log of each vote tally transfer.
- More goings-on at the county level. The Hill reports that Cheybogan County commissioners have voted to request a hand count:
In a 4-3 decision, the Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners voted to send a letter to the Michigan’s elections director formally requesting that the rural northern Michigan county “conduct a hand recount of … presidential election ballots,” overseen by an “accredited election auditor,” according to text of the letter included in the commission’s meeting agenda.
The requested probe also seeks whether “the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and/or Election System and Software machine was actually in communication with any unauthorized computer and whether there is any evidence that any unauthorized computer actually manipulated the actual presidential election vote tally within Cheboygan County.”
[That’s only a start because a hand count will not forensically examine ballots cast.]
- Nevada GOP Chairman Michael McDonald would like to see a forensic audit in his state, too, but Democrat leaders aren’t interested. From the Epoch Times, “After visiting the election audit of Arizona’s Maricopa County, the head of Nevada’s Republican Party said a similar review is needed in Nevada–although that possibility appears slim, as Democrats control both houses of the state Legislature.” The Democrats responded: “The Nevada GOP and its chairman are delusional,” state Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro said in a statement. “The Nevada Senate isn’t going to waste any time or taxpayer money entertaining their unhinged conspiracy theories.” Once again, Democrats are afraid that an audit will uncover the truth, otherwise, they’d be happy to have an audit prove that 2020 was “the most secure election ever,” as they have been saying since 3 November.
- Grassroots pressure may be pushing tepid Republican state legislators toward authorizing a forensic audit, according to this report from the Pennsylvania Capital-Star:
The Pennsylvania state Senate committee chair in charge of overseeing elections said a forensic audit was a “very real possibility” Thursday after meeting with activists Wednesday.
Senate State Government Committee Chairman Dave Argall, R-Schuylkill, told the Capital-Star that he was considering subpoenas for ballot information, but had not considered which jurisdictions would be subpoenaed yet.
“There are a lot of things under consideration right now, and I told them to check back in a week or two and we hope to have some more detail,” Argall told the Capital-Star of the meeting.
- NTD reported: “The Pennsylvania state House on Tuesday night approved a Republican-backed election reform bill that would include a requirement that voters present identification, among other measures relating to polls, audits, and procedures. According to the bill’s text, it would also establish a Bureau of Election Audits, would include more processes around verifying voters’ signatures on ballots, and would force voting machine manufacturers to comply with more regulations.”
- Things could be getting hot, thanks to recent accusations by a retired county elections clerk, as reported by Just the News:
The now-retired elections clerk in a key Wisconsin county says political activists working for a group funded by Mark Zuckerberg money seized control of the November elections in Green Bay and other cities, sidelining career experts and making last-minute changes that may have violated state law.
“They had no business doing that,” ex-Brown County Clerk Sandy Juno told Just the News, recounting how funding from the Zuckerberg-backed Center for Tech and Civic Life injected chaos and unnecessary changes to how ballots were counted in Green Bay in November.
Juno claimed that following the infusion of the CTCL cash into Green Bay “the mayor’s office and chief of staff began to take over election functions.”
“And that is not something under state statutes they have the authority to do,” she said, “because under Wisconsin law, municipal clerks, the county clerk and the Wisconsin Elections Commission are the individuals charged with running elections.”
- HR1/S1 may now finally be dead, thanks to the Republican filibuster in the Senate, but House Democrats are pushing an even more nefarious bill aimed at federalizing election oversight by the Dept of Justice. A DJHJ Media news excerpt explains:
The action in Washington now shifts to the bill known as H.R. 4–the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. “The truth is that H.R. 4 goes far beyond any civil rights law enacted during the height of the civil rights era,” [Judicial Watch Senior Attorney T. Russell] Nobile told Congress. “Rather, it is part of a grander plan to shift control of American elections away from individual state legislatures and into the hands of a single federal bureaucratic department. It accomplishes this by giving the attorney general a previously unseen level of authority over elections.” He warns that buried deep in H.R. 4 is a provision that gives the attorney general sweeping new constitutional authority to bring civil rights cases–including cases that have nothing to do with voting.
The new provision grants the attorney general authority to intervene in “any act prohibited by the 14th or 15th Amendment” of the Constitution. Nobile warns that the “little-noticed provision will abolish a long-standing legal principle.” For more than 200 years, Congress and the courts have declined to give the attorney general authority to bring such cases.
Nobile explains: “Under current law, the attorney general is only authorized to bring civil rights claims under specific statutes, typically those statutes prohibiting discrimination, and has no authority to sue directly for certain violations of the Constitution.” H.R. 4 changes that. The “proposed change is a major power shift, allowing the Justice Department to become involved in a whole range of 14th Amendment cases that previously it would have been unable to pursue.” For example, under the new provision, the attorney general could bring a case challenging a state abortion regulation, or intervene as a party in lawsuits to support 2nd Amendment restrictions.
- A recent Monmouth poll destroyed the Democrat narrative that minorities are deadset against strong voter ID laws. As reported by Western Journal:
Monmouth found that 84 percent of respondents who were “Hispanic, black, Asian or other” races besides white supported requiring photo ID. Only 13 percent of respondents in that category opposed the requirement.
That support was stronger than that of white respondents, of whom 77 percent said they supported the requirement and 21 percent said they opposed it.
- UncoverDC does a nice job of summarizing Mike Lindell’s complaint filed against Dominion Systems/Smartmatic in the Minnesota District of the US District Court. Here are a couple of excerpts from Lindell’s filing:
One statement of ‘fact’ offered by the document reads,
“It is indisputable that the electronic voting machines and software manufactured and sold by Dominion and Smartmatic are vulnerable to cyberattacks before, during, and after an election, and in a manner that could easily alter election outcomes.”
Lindell states as fact that Dominion has:
“Weaponized the legal process and intimidated witnesses to election fraud by suing or threatening to sue over 150 private individuals or organizations,” and that “Smartmatic has engaged in similar… merely for publicly sharing information they have gathered regarding vulnerabilities in, and attacks on, electronic voting machines in the 2020 General Election.“
The complaint then extensively references data from scientist Douglas G. Frank Ph.D. and his work analyzing elections. He says he found an algorithm operating that is proof of non-random results. It says that the algorithms shift votes based on demographics in the state and have been found in Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Washington, Colorado, and Florida.
Lindell’s suit further claims that “Dominion refuses to provide access to experts to forensically investigate its ‘proprietary’ software, machines, and systems, to further establish that its machines have been hacked,” and says that is “telling in and of itself” in that it means “Dominion denies the public access to the evidence to substantiate” claims that would be exculpatory for Defendants of Dominion’s defamation suits.
- Mike Lindell and Steve Bannon lit into the duplicitous RNC on the War Room for collecting millions in donations from rank-and-file Trump Republicans while doing NOTHING about investigating election fraud:
Steve Bannon: Ladies and Gentleman, right now when the RNC thing comes in the mail, take it, take a photograph from your phone and then go throw it in your trash or go burn it in your front yard. And, by the way, they’re sitting on $50 million, I’ll tell you another secret that we will be getting in on the days and weeks ahead. They’re sitting on $50 million. Specifically about this effort. Have they come forward to support anything in Arizona or anything. Instead of coming to you and wanting checks, have they said Mike, we’ve got some resources, maybe we can help out here. Have they offered any resources to you, whatsoever sir?
Mike Lindell: No, but they sure used a lot of the, in November and December, to reach out and get money. ‘Hey we’re investigating this. Donate now.’ and all this. When you use something for cause and then you’re sitting on it, you better use it for the cause. Especially now. If they are sitting on that kind of money, they should be pouring money at it. It’s the most important thing there is.
- Barack Obama was back at it this week, too, in this instance pushing for Democrat-driven federal voting legislation that would lock in the fraudulent processes of 2020:
Former President Obama said Monday that Congress needs to pass voting rights legislation before the 2022 midterm elections, or American democracy could be at risk.
“We can’t wait until the next election because if we have the same kinds of shenanigans that brought about Jan. 6, if we have that for a couple more election cycles, we’re going to have real problems in terms of our democracy long-term,” said Obama.
- What? I thought it was standard Democrat fare that REPUBLICANS are all about “voter suppression.” It would appear that the shoe is on the other foot with this revelation:
Majority Forward, a leftist advocacy and dark money group associated with the Senate Majority PAC and Sen. Chuck Schumer, is facing criticism for potentially breaking IRS expenditure rules and attempting to suppress GOP voter turnout.
[Who woulda thunk it?]
- Social media personality @KanekoaTheGreat on Telegram further reminds us of the duplicity of what passes for Republican leadership these days. Only grassroots pressure
In January 2021, Mitch McConnell called Trump’s election fraud claims “sweeping conspiracy theories”.
In February 2021, Ronna McDaniel told The New York Times that she thought it had been a mistake to allow Giuliani and Powell to make the claims about election rigging days after the vote.
In May 2021, Kevin McCarthy said that “nobody is questioning the legitimacy of the election”.
The majority of the GOP base believes that the 2020 election was stolen, but these feckless career politicians couldn’t care less.
- Finally, machine manipulation can frequently be in the form of “fractionalized” votes allocated to candidates via algorithms. This report from 2016 provides an excellent primer about what is involved, as well as reminds us that fractionalized voting was no secret even then. Isn’t it “interesting” that Democrats are totally silent about this in 2020-21? A full forensic audit would determine whether fractional voting took place in a given state.
This report summarizes the results of our review of the GEMS election management system, which counts approximately 25 percent of all votes in the United States. The results of this study demonstrate that a fractional vote feature is embedded in each GEMS application which can be used to invisibly, yet radically, alter election outcomes by pre-setting desired vote percentages to redistribute votes. This tampering is not visible to election observers, even if they are standing in the room and watching the computer. Use of the decimalized vote feature is unlikely to be detected by auditing or canvass procedures, and can be applied across large jurisdictions in less than 60 seconds.
GEMS vote-counting systems are and have been operated under five trade names: Global Election Systems, Diebold Election Systems, Premier Election Systems, Dominion Voting Systems, and Election Systems & Software, in addition to a number of private regional subcontractors. At the time of this writing, this system is used statewide in Alaska, Connecticut, Georgia, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Utah and Vermont, and for counties in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Fractionalized vote: Instead of “1” the vote is allowed to be 1/2, or 1+7/8, or any other value that is not a whole number.
What fractionalized votes can do: They allow “weighting” of races. Weighting a race removes the principle of “one person-one vote” to allow some votes to be counted as less than one or more than one. Regardless of what the real votes are, candidates can receive a set percentage of votes. Results can be controlled. For example, Candidate A can be assigned 44% of the votes, Candidate B 51%, and Candidate C the rest.
Conclusion. Thanks to grassroots pressure, more state legislatures gearing up to learn About Undermining Democrat-Implemented Theft (of elections)! There are definitely some large cracks in the Democrats’ election fraud denial dam. Polls report that the American public supports forensic audits to verify election results despite endless Democrat-media agitprop to the contrary. And is there a single Democrat who supports election audits? And the revelations of “election irregularities” continue to seep out in Arizona, Georgia, and the rest. Stay tuned!