#electoralfraud

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.

More voter fraud by Democrats

Yet more Democrats dealing in mail-in voter fraud. This time in Indiana, just days after Democrats in New Jersey were charged with electoral fraud using mail-in ballots.

68-year-old volunteer Janet Reed pre-checked Democrat on 400 ballots before sending them out.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi keeps saying there is nothing to worry about with mail-ins.

Sadly, even former Democrat President Jimmy Carter and former Republican Secretary of State James A. Baker did a bipartisan study into improving electoral processes. We wrote about it here. In short, the study noted:

“Absentee ballots remain the largest source of potential voter fraud.

“While there is little evidence of fraud in Oregon where the entire state votes by mail absentee balloting in other states has been one of the major sources of fraud.”

“Vote by mail is however likely to increase the risks of fraud and of contested elections in other states where the population is more mobile where there is some history of troubled elections or where the safeguards for ballot integrity are weaker…One potential source of election fraud arises from inactive or ineligible voters left on voter registration lists. By one estimate, for example, there were over 181,000 dead people listed on the voter rolls in six swing states in the November 2004 elections including almost 65,000 dead people listed on the voter rolls in Florida.

Double Dipper Dan

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Social Justice Warrior and Victorian Premier Dan Andrews is in hot water after 21 of his Labor MPs have been embroiled in a “Rorts for Votes” scheme investigated by the Ombudsman which breached parliamentary guidelines. It found Labor misused almost $388,000 during the 2014 election campaign. Labor spent $1,000,000 of taxpayers dime over two years trying to stop the Ombudsman investigating them. While the money has reportedly been repayed, Andrews & Co are pleading honest mistakes with regards to probably the most basic and well understood laws of election campaigning. Were someone to rob a bank, invest the proceeds to make a big return then return the original funds, would the justice system turn a blind eye? Andrews would seem to think that there should be no consequences.

Dan Andrews is the first to point the finger at everyone else for morals and ethics. How quick he is to virtue signal on social media at his amazing feats for the state of Victoria which put the rest of the country to shame. To belt neighboring states inferior unemployment rates when his government has been creating New Deal type tax spending programmes to fund new jobs.

Here is a list of just five of the shocking lapses in ethics and morals his government can lay claim to:

1) Andrews handed over $500mn in taxpayer funds to contractors for the backflip on the East-West link. He said during the election campaign he would honour those contracts but said after becoming Premier that “Be very clear about this: there will be no compensation paid.” Then still burnt the funds.

2) He told Victorians that the closure of the Hazelwood coal fired power station would hit electricity bills by 85c/week for the sake of the environment. This turned out to be an average of $278/year because of the over reliance on wholesale electricity markets. Despite all of his hair brained renewables schemes, to make up for the shortfall of closing Hazelwood 100MW of dirty diesel generators were secured to offset any shortfalls in baseload. He also spoke of how many green jobs would be created. Facts show that green job creation has been on a long term downtrend

3) Was instrumental in forcing rural fire-fighting volunteers (those who do it from the heart) against their will to come under the control of the fireman’s union who helped him get elected.

4)  To indoctrinate diversity the Vic Police practiced segregation in police recruiting seminars as the blueprint to reach nirvana in terms of the type of open mindedness and multi-cultural society we should strive for. If they truly wanted to teach the virtues of diversity why don’t they just have a come one come all seminar which didn’t base it on gender, religious or sexual orientation. Victoria has more cops per capita than any other state yet home invasions, carjackings and other crime rates are soaring.

5) The Andrews’s government wants to allow girls as young as 11 to get access to the contraceptive pill without consent from the parents. Most parents worry about their kids. What they eat and what they put in their bodies. Some kids may only want it to reduce pain during their menstrual cycle but to have a government provide a service which deliberately allows kids to bypass parental approval is downright wrong.

While Opposition Leader Matthew Guy has hardly helped his cause by having dinner with a member of the underworld in August 2017 in what was dubbed ‘Mobster-Lobster-gate’ this should hopefully wake up socialist Victoria to the crooked nature of the incumbents.