Fraud

Computer programmer finds the voter fraud coding?

Conspiracy theory? Or is there statistical proof of voter fraud in the coding of the election software?

No matter what side of the politics divide one sits, independently qualifying the software should be a given. If Biden wins after any anomalous discoveries, so be it.

Truth be told, Democrats should relish the chance to absolutely guarantee beyond all reasonable doubt that Biden won the election fairly and squarely. They should push for transparency which shuts up the Republicans for good. Endorsing an investigation makes them look the clean shirt.

Claiming it was fair is one thing. Proving it, another. This is why the election is still far from over.

We find it dubious that Dominion systems stored data in Germany to be processed in Spain. How is it the world’s largest economy doesn’t have the capacity to store and process data at home?

A computer programmer looks through the code and claims to have found the time the software program seems to have kicked in (contained in the link above)

Food for thought, at the very least.

Media contrast on election rigging in 2018 vs 2020

In April 2018, The NY Times published a video of a University of Michigan computer scientist, J. Alex Halderman, who showed a group of students just how easy it is to rig one of the Dominion Voting Machines which is front and centre or the voter fraud allegations in the 2020 election.

There is a certain irony in the name of the video – “I Hacked an Election. So Can the RussiansIt’s time America’s leaders got serious about voting security” given the NYT is virtually mute on the subject now.

Leading into the 2016 presidential election, a Princeton professor was able to hack a Dominion voting system in only seven minutes. He has been sounding the alarm on these machines since 2008.

Why aren’t we surprised that the mainstream media is giving this zero attention in 2020.

Who knew WaPo would let democracy die in darkness?

Well, well, well. Who knew that the Washington Post would write an article saying the Erie, Pennsylvania post office worker who went on Project Veritas to whistleblow on voter fraud had recanted his story.

WaPo wrote,

“[The whistleblower] told investigators from the U.S. Postal Service’s Office of Inspector General that the allegations were not true, and he signed an affidavit recanting his claims, according to officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe an ongoing investigation. Democrats on the House Oversight Committee tweeted late Tuesday that the “whistleblower completely RECANTED.”

In this video, the same worker, Richard Hopkins, went on record saying he never did such a thing.

Interesting that the WaPo followed up by publishing a smear to discredit Hopkins with ,

The Erie postmaster, Rob Weisenbach, called the allegations “100% false” in a Facebook post and said they were made “by an employee that was recently disciplined multiple times.”

Are an employee’s internal employment records fit for public consumption? Even if he was disciplined, what exactly was his crime? Was it verbal? Written? Did he chew gum while sorting? Or did he merely refuse to participate in following orders given to him to break the law? Maybe WaPo let the wrong cat out of the bag. If Hopkins wasn’t disciplined maybe they’ll face a law suit (like Covington High student Nick Sandmann) for trying to smear him publicly with insufficient grounds?

200% voter turnout in two wards in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

While the election looks to be a foregone conclusion for Biden, evidence has surfaced as to the ridiculously lax controls in places like Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The most striking feature of the data is a fact that cries out for clarification: in seven wards, voter turnout appears to have exceeded 100 percent.  In two of those wards, turnout exceeded 200 percent.  In another 15 wards, voter turnout exceeded 95 percent.  Joe Biden carried 21 of the 22 wards of the 95-plus-percent wards.  But then again, he carried all but one of the 67 additional wards in which the turnout was above 90 percent and won 80 percent of the vote citywide.

In 25 wards, Biden received 97 percent or more of the vote, none higher than 98 percent.  Based on exit polls, it is highly likely that these were overwhelmingly black districts.  No other demographic could produce those numbers.”

One suspects that Democratic operatives could not afford a repeat of Philadelphia 2012, when Barack Obama received 100 percent of the votes in 59 voting districts. 

Barack Obama outscored Romney by a combined 19,605 to 0 votes cast in these 59 districts.  Fidel Castro never did this well.  That said, not a single major media outlet followed up on the Philadelphia story.

Then one wonders why US elections end up in court…

Brittany rails on electoral fraud in the 2020 election

https://fb.watch/1AW7Eg9qud/

MRCTV’s Brittany Hughes rails on the shady goings on during the 2020 election. We guess that when there are 10,000 different electoral commissions across America (vs one in Australia), there is little consistency and plenty of room for fiddling the tallies when partisan bias drives outcomes.

We wrote about ballot fraud here.

We guess many believe the ends justify the means.

Best montage you’ll see all day

What a pack of total frauds. This montage exposes the utter hypocrisy of the Democrats.

In 2020 they are foaming at the mouth to prevent a SCOTUS nomination when in 2016 they were 100% for it.

Beyond this hypocrisy, is this idea that if the Dems get power in the Senate they’ll look to increase the SCOTUS bench to 11 and ram in liberal judges to skew the judiciary.

So on the one hand, Democrats are saying RBG’s dying wishes to hold her vacancy til after the election should be respected. On the other hand they are ignoring her very own words with respect to numbers on the bench:

“…nine seems to be a good number; it’s been that way for a long time” adding that “court packing” was a “bad idea.

When 82% of COVID-19 deaths are in Victoria, who thought comedy would be a cure?

You have to hand it to the audacity of Victorian Premier Dan Andrews. Due to his monumental stuff ups, he can lay claim to 82% of all Australian coronavirus deaths with 26% of the population. Now he has resorted to comedy to help Victorians get on with obeying stay at home orders.

Never mind that private security guards were sleeping with quarantined hotel guests. We should be proud that they got diversity training instead of medical guidelines. Never mind that he lied about not being offered ADF help.

Never mind that people were fined for playing golf or fishing, protesting black lives matter earned a free pass.

Despite untold damage to the Victorian economy because of incompetent woke health officials who were more interested in making social justice statements than protecting constituents, somehow comedy will cure the pain of being right royally screwed.

Magda Szubanski AO is a famous comedian but the last thing people – who are struggling to survive each day – is a chuckle. Their plight is anything but a joke. Having left-leaning TV hosts like Waleed Aly pour on the sanctimony makes it all the more cringeworthy. Victorians want action, not community messages driven by Andrews’ failure.

At least Victorians live safe in the knowledge that Premier Andrews won’t step down. Here is betting that ‘workplace negligence’ laws in Victoria get amended so Andrews and his team can be exempted from blatant abuses of the very protections he should have buried his ideology to enforce.

In finance, we used to comment that ‘industry gets the management it deserves‘. Andrews has proven that if one focuses on being woke, the state will eventually become broke. They voted in someone who guaranteed failure during a crisis. Then blamed those who voted him in for causing the second outbreak.

Who knew? More mail-in ballot malarkey

Detroit election officials have revealed that 72% of absentee ballot precincts recorded totals didn’t match the actual number of votes.

Wayne County, Michigan’s largest county, is calling for an official investigation.

Detroit also had problems with precinct count mismatches in the 2016 presidential election. Election officials couldn’t reconcile vote totals for 59% of precincts.

What could possibly go wrong on November 3rd?

Donna Hylton – how could the DNC allow someone like this on a panel?

The DNC labeled Donna Hylton as one of “America’s most impactful community leaders” and had her part of a segment about the Constitution.

Donna Hylton was known as inmate #86G0206 for 27 years. She was convicted of first-degree kidnapping and second-degree murder in the slaying of real estate broker Thomas Vigliarolo along with six other accomplices.

He was brutally tortured – burnt, beaten, starved, testicles squeezed with pliers, a three-foot metal bar up inserted in his anus – and eventually stuffed in a footlocker to decompose.

While she wasn’t there when Vigliarolo eventually died, she claimed at trial she participated in the crime under duress with threats her daughter would be murdered if she didn’t.

We guess the Democrats want us to believe that every saint has a past and every sinner, a future. Perhaps Hylton can lead police reform for Biden.

Steve Bannon charged with wire fraud

Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon has been officially charged for playing a role in a scam that has allegedly defrauded people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, all which were donated to help build a wall along the southern border.

The Washington Examiner noted,

Audrey Strauss, the acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Philip R. Bartlett, inspector-in-charge of the New York Field Office, unsealed indictments on Thursday morning for Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, and Timothy Shea. The four men led the “We Build the Wall” fundraiser that sought donations to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, which was a 2016 campaign promise from Trump. The group raised more than $25 million. All four men were arrested Thursday morning, and each was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, each of which could result in up to 20 years in prison.

“As alleged, the defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction,” Strauss said in a statement.

“While repeatedly assuring donors that Brian Kolfage, the founder and public face of We Build the Wall, would not be paid a cent, the defendants secretly schemed to pass hundreds of thousands of dollars to Kolfage, which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle,” she continued. “We thank the USPIS for their partnership in investigating this case, and we remain dedicated to rooting out and prosecuting fraud wherever we find it.”

It is hardly a good look for Trump. No doubt he’ll say he split from Bannon because he stopped trusting him. The mainstream media will be all over this. Although it is likely that he will light another fire for them to chase.

Should they be found guilty, may justice be served appropriately.