#Pennsylvania

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.

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?

Can I change my vote?

The “change my vote” phrase hit peak searches right after the second debate on Thursday –hitting the MAX limit of Google trends.

After Biden was caught lying on fracking & vowed to shut down the oil industry, the searches were particularly strong in Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, Texas and Wisconsin.

Among the states that do allow voters to change their early ballot after it’s been cast are: Wisconsin; Minnesota; Michigan; Pennsylvania; New York; Connecticut; and Mississippi.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin voters who voted early in person can recast their ballot as long as they do so by Saturday, October 31st. The deadline for absentee varies by city. Contact your city clerk for more information.

Minnesota

Minnesota also allows absentee voters to change their minds. The deadline is a week before the election.

Michigan

In Michigan, absentee voters can change their ballots if they have not yet been processed and tabulated, according to an official at the state’s Bureau of Elections.

If you want to change your absentee vote, contact the office of your city’s clerk’s office. The best chance to change your vote is as soon as possible before 4 p.m. Monday, the day before the election.

Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut and Mississippi: Contact your city clerk to change your vote.

Obama steps in for Joe in Pennsylvania

How bad must Joe Biden’s campaign be for Barack Obama to be wheeled into the swing state of Pennsylvania? Apart from being the most divisive president in US history, why isn’t Joe Biden standing alongside Obama? Where is the bromance? Wouldn’t it be more powerful to have Joe Biden in screen shot?

We don’t recall any former president being so vocal in a presidential campaign. Obama’s speech was full of total falsehoods, as can be expected. Much like his eulogy for John Lewis.

Obama made it clear in his speech that Joe Biden will create 10 million green jobs paid for by the $2 trillion gained from repealing the Trump tax cuts.

If Pennsylvania is so on board the Green New Deal, why did Biden claim recently that the Pennsylvania boilermakers union endorsed him? Their entire livelihoods are driven by making products used in the fossil fuel industry. Union leaders flatly denied endorsing him.

The irony is that Obama doesn’t realise he is one of the reasons that gave birth to Donald Trump’s presidency. We just hope his magic rubs off on Americans like it did the Brits ahead of the Brexit referendum.

Voter registration in key swing states

From March to September 2020, new voter registrations are as follows.

Florida:

Republicans +195,652 voters

Democrats +98,262.

In 2016 Republicans added 182,983 and Democrats added 163,982 over the same time period.

Pennsylvania:

Republicans +135,619 voters

Democrats +57,985.

In 2016 Republicans added 177,016 and Democrats added 155,269.


North Carolina:

Republicans +83,785 voters

Democrats +38,137.

In 2016 Republicans added 54,157 while Democrats added 38,931.

Pre & Post COVID-19 voter registration trends

Democrat-leaning pollsters, TargetSmart, note that there has been a shift in the trend of voters registering for the Democrats & Republicans.

In Maine, 59% of new voters registered as Democrats pre-coronavirus — but only 40% have done so in the months since.

Democratic Party declines were also seen in Colorado, Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania according to TargetSmart.

Politico reported that in the swing state of Iowa, new voters helped the GOP retake the statewide lead in all voter registrations last month.

We are not talking big numbers to be fair but is this shift indicative of the manner in which the Democrats have conducted their behaviour with respect to lock-downs and lack of proactivity surrounding the George Floyd protests (and riots)?

We will be interested to see how these trends change as we inch closer to the election.