“Fraud and falsehood dread examination. Truth invites it.”-Samuel Johnson
Prior to the 2020 presidential election, many predicted that the unprecedented widespread use of mail-in ballots would facilitate fraud. The pandemic was conveniently used to justfy sending mail-in ballots nation-wide to every citizen on the voter rolls.
The voter rolls were not current and contained the names of many people who had moved or died.
A 2005 bipartisan commission, led by former President Jimmy Carter (D) and former White House Chief of Staff James Baker (R), had concluded that mail-in ballots “remain the largest source of potential voter fraud.”
General Flynn Analysis
General Michael Flynn believes the reason the 2020 election continues to fester is because people of all backgrounds are convinced there was fraud.
BELLWETHER COUNTIES: In 2020, Trump carried 18 of the 19 bellwether counties. In the previous 10 presidential elections, these 19 counties voted for the ultimate winner. Incredibly, in 2020, they voted for the candidate who allegedly later lost the general election.
SHARE OF PRIMARY VOTES: How a candidate does during the primaries is an indication of how they will fare in the general election. Biden was trounced in the 2020 Democratic primaries in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada. These states have historically been strong indicators of how a candidate will fare in the general election.
Rigged Dominion Voting Machines
Dominion Voting Systems is the second largest vendor of voting machines in the United States.
In the 2020 presidential election, devices manufactured by Dominion were used to process votes in 28 states, including most of the swing states.
In May 2022, an audit of the Otero County, New Mexico 2020 election revealed that Dominion machines had the capability of remote access from outside sources. The machines had a feature that would allow ballots to be filled out by the machine itself.
J. Alex Haldeman is a University of Michigan computer scientist. He was called in as an expert witness in a lawsuit filed in Georgia by voting integrity activists. Haldeman testified that he and his students successfully hacked voting machines and “created attackes that changed election outcomes.”
Illegal Ballot Drop Box Operations
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled on July 8 that unmanned drop boxes used to collect absentee ballots during the 2020 presidential election were illegal.
The drop boxes were funded by Mark Zuckerberg and collected absentee votes in 5 of the swing state’s biggest cities for a political race that was decided by only 20,000 votes.
Under the guise of protecting voters from COVID, states began recklessly mailing out ballots to outdated voter rolls, eliminated election security safeguards and encouraged a flood of unverified absentee ballots.
In Pennsylvania, Democrats used courts to change the state’s Election Code to expand mail-in voting, add drop boxes and relax verification standards for mailed ballots.
Invalid Ballots Counted In Arizona
Arizona law requires that, to be considered valid, ballots must be received by 7PM on Election Day.
In Maricopa County more than 20,000 ballots were delivered by the Postal Service after Election Day, but only 934 of these late ballots were rejected.
Over 19,000 late ballots were accepted, which is significant because Biden won Arizona by only 10,457 votes.
“2000 Mules” is a documentary by Dinesh D’Souza that examines the way leftist organizations used activists (Mules) to stuff ballots in the 2020 presidential election and in the 2020 Georgia run-off election that handed the Senate fo the Democrats.
Throught FOIA requests, videos were obtained showing people stuffing multiple ballots into drop boxes.
Their data revealed that 2,200 mules in 5 cities, visited 20 to 45 drop boxes each, at which they dropped off an average of 5 ballots in each drop box. That translates into 220,000 to 495,000 fraudulent ballots.
The number of people choosing to mail-in ballots has sunk like a stone. Popularity of mail-in voting has plummeted in 2022.
In Georgia’s primary in 2020, almost 1 million people voted by mail. This year only 85,000 have requested mail-in ballots. The ratio’s in Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia are similar.
In person voting is the norm. It has always been the norm and it needs to continue being the norm. The more boxes, bags and hands a ballot has to pass through, the less confidence the voters have in the outcome.
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