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MAIL-IN VOTER FRAUD: New Jersey Dems CHARGED Over Possession Of Ballots(Patriotic Post)- While the Democrats continue pushing the lie that mail-in voting doesn’t present a unique challenge in preventing fraud, Democrats are being arrested and charged for…electoral fraud. Two Democrat councilmen from Paterson, New Jersey, who were working on a councilman’s campaign in the region have been arrested and charged with committing electoral fraud. The two men were understood to have been in the possession of mail-in ballots, and were in the process of trying to fix an election.New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced last week that electoral fraud charges would be filed against Councilman-elect Alex Mendez, City Councilman Michael Jackson, as well as Abu Rayzen and Shelim Khalique.Khalique is the brother of Shanin Khalique, another member of the Paterson city council. You might know this area for being the city that recently allowed the Islamic call of prayer to be played in public. Abu Rayzen was an activist connected to Khalique’s election campaign.Four Democrats, all involved with electoral fraud – despite their part claiming it doesn’t exist. Stacey Abrams, the woman who has been positioning herself as Biden’s best VP option for months, even claimed that mail-in electoral fraud is a myth.Clearly it’s not!The charges suggest that Jackson violated election laws in New Jersey by collecting mail-in ballots from people in the city. He then delivered those ballots to the Passaic County Board of Election. When he dropped off the ballots to the board, Jackson allegedly didn’t identify who he was. One of the ballots delivered to the Board of Elections was unsealed and hadn’t been filled in.Jackson was charged with third-degree fraud in casting a mail-in vote, as well as third-degree tampering with public records, fourth-degree falsifying or tampering with records, and third-degree unauthorized possession of ballots.Do you see why this is a problem? Anyone who takes your ballot can open it, fill it in, or change it, before delivering it to the Board of Elections.Charges allege that Mendez also violated state laws by collecting ballots from local voters and then delivering them without identifying himself. Even more troubling, the charges say that he knew the ballots were fraudulent and were even filled out by people who weren’t eligible to vote.People who cannot vote in this country voted fraudulently and these Democrat activists delivered the votes.All of the men now face between three and five years in prison for their third-degree charges, and up to a further 18 months for their fourth-degree crimes. The second-degree crimes committed all come in at up to 10 years – meaning they’re likely to be behind bars for a while. Oh, and they could be asked to pay up to $250,000 in fines.Locals will now doubt celebrate that the fraud was caught, but what about the instances where it isn’t? How many times could this happen in November if the Democrats get their way?The Paterson, New Jersey City Council election ended in massive allegations of voter fraud and a city council member and a council member-elect were arrested for alleged voter fraud.POLITICO NJ’s Matt Friedman reported that, “Four people were arrested yesterday for alleged voter fraud during the Paterson municipal election, including Councilman Michael Jackson, Councilman-elect Alex Mendez and Shelim Khalique — the brother of Councilman Shanin Shalique, whose election ended in a tie. The fourth defendant, who faces the most minor charges, is a 21-year-old Prospect Park resident who allegedly illegally harvested ballots.”In this election, 800 mail-in ballots were found in a Paterson mail box and another 2,300 votes were disqualified because the signatures did not match.That meant of the 16,000 votes cast in this election, one out of five were disqualified for being fraudulent.Local resident Ramona Javier explained to NBC News the depth of the fraud.“We did not receive vote by mail ballots and thus we did not vote,” she said in Spanish. When she was shown an official list of some of the people who voted on her block – and that her name was on that list — Javier told NBC, “This is corruption. This is fraud.”Voter fraud is real.And contrary to Schumer’s false claims, instituting nation-wide vote-by-mail just months before the presidential election will lead to widespread fraud.The following article, MORE VOTER FRAUD: USPS Worker in New Jersey Charged for Mail Tampering, Dumping Election Ballots, was first published on Big League Politics.A U.S. Postal Service employee from Hudson County, New Jersey has been arrested and charged with throwing away mail, which included election ballots.The mail carrier allegedly disposed of 99 general election ballots when discarding the cache of mail. U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced the delay of mail and obstruction of mail charges on Wednesday. 26-year-old Nicholas Beauchene of Kearny is accused of committing the crime.If Beauchene is convicted of delay of mail, he could face up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. If he is convicted on the obstruction of mail charge, he could face up to six months in prison and a fine of $5,000. Court documents indicate that approximately 1,875 pieces of mail were discarded as part of this scheme.“The recovered mail was placed back into the mail stream for delivery to its intended recipients. Copies of the recovered mail were made and retained as evidence,” the Department of Justice wrote in their press release about the charges.Big League Politics has reported on other instances of Democrat voter fraud in New Jersey, which is a sign of things to come for the rest of the nation:THREE NEW JERSEY DEMOCRAT POLITICIANS ARE BEING CHARGED WITH FRAUD RELATING TO A MAIL-IN VOTING SCAM THAT ALLEGEDLY HAPPENED AS A RESULT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.THE CHARGES HAVE BEEN FILED AGAINST A CITY COUNCILMAN, A COUNCILMAN-ELECT, THE BROTHER OF ANOTHER COUNCILMAN, AND A FOURTH INDIVIDUAL FOR ELECTION FRAUD IN MAY’S SPECIAL ELECTION. THE ENTIRE ELECTION WAS CONDUCTED VIA MAIL-IN VOTING DUE TO FEARS RELATED TO THE CORONAVIRUS.NJ 1ST WARD COUNCILMAN MICHAEL JACKSON IS ACCUSED OF COLLECTING MAIL-IN BALLOTS AND GIVING THEM TO THE PASSAIC COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS WITHOUT INDICATING THAT HE WAS THE OFFICIAL BEARER WITH HIS SIGNATURE. PROSECUTORS ALSO ALLEGE THAT JACKSON HANDED IN AT LEAST ONE BALLOT BEFORE IT HAD BEEN PROPERLY FILLED OUT.IN ADDITION, ALEX MENDEZ, ANOTHER DEMOCRAT WHO WAS VICTORIOUS IN THE 3RD WARD ELECTION, ALLEGEDLY COLLECTED MAIL-IN BALLOTS FROM DIFFERENT VOTERS AND SUBMITTED FRAUDULENT VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATIONS.JACKSON WON RE-ELECTION WITH 844 VOTES WHILE HIS OPPONENTS RECEIVED 599 AND 490 VOTES, RESPECTIVELY. MENDEZ WON HIS POST WITH 1,595 VOTES WITH HIS NEAREST COMPETITION RECEIVING 1,350 VOTES.THE U.S. POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE BECAME AWARE OF THE ALLEGED SCAM WHEN THEY FOUND SEVERAL HUNDRED MAIL-IN BALLOTS THAT WERE “BUNDLED” IN A MAILBOX IN PATERSON, WITH HUNDREDS OF OTHER BALLOTS FOUND IN A DIFFERENT MAILBOX IN NEARBY HALEDON. OVERALL, THERE WERE AT LEAST 800 BALLOTS IMPLICATED IN THE ALLEGED SCAM. THIS WAS ENOUGH TO POTENTIALLY INFLUENCE THE RESULTS OF LAST MONTH’S ELECTIONS.OTHER INSTANCES OF ALLEGED FRAUD WERE REPORTEDLY A FAMILY AFFAIR. SHELIM KHALIQUE, A 51-YEAR-OLD WAYNE RESIDENT, WHOSE COUNCILMAN BROTHER, SHAHIM KHALIQUE, WON BY JUST A FEW VOTES AS A CANDIDATE IN THE 2ND WARD, IS ACCUSED OF ILLEGALLY COLLECTING AND DELIVERING MAIL-IN BALLOTS AS WELL. KHALIQUE IS ALSO FACING CHARGES OF ILLEGALLY EMPLOYING A SEX OFFENDER FOR HIS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY AND HIRING SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS WITHOUT QUALIFICATIONS.Democrats are seemingly attempting a brazen vote steal while accusing President Trump and his supporters of doing exactly what they are trying to pull off. This is Satanic levels of deception, and it is hard to conceive how the Republic can survive without these interests being punished severely for their blatant treason.Ex-Postal Service worker charged with tossing absentee ballots in dumpsterThe Associated Press 2 hrs agoEx-Postal Service worker charged with tossing absentee ballots in dumpsterLOUISVILLE, Ky. — A former U.S. Postal Service worker was charged with tossing dozens of absentee ballots and other mail that was found in a dumpster in Kentucky, the U.S. attorney's office said.© Provided by NBC NewsDeShawn Bojgere, 30, of Louisville, was charged with delay or destruction of mail, a news release from U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman's office said in a news release Monday.told Postal Service special agents that he was responsible for discarding the mail, prosecutors said. He faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.It was not known whether he is represented by a lawyer who could comment on his behalf.Critical Swing State of PA: 372,000 Mail-In Ballots Rejected After Discovering 90% Were DUPLICATESBy Patty McMurray | Oct 17, 2020On Dec. 2, 2016, Donald J. Trump won the formerly blue state of Pennsylvania by only 44,292 votes.On November 29th, the New York Times reported that Donald Trump was winning the state with 2,959,839 votes, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won 2,895,436 votes. Donald J. Trump had 64,403 more votes than Hillary Clinton.Trump’s lead shrunk significantly after the final certified results in Pennsylvania showed Donald Trump winning the state with 2,970,411 votes, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got only 2,926,411 votes. Trump’s lead in Pennsylvania dropped by 20,111 votes after counties wrapped up the counting of overseas ballots and settled provisional ballot challenges.Real Clear Politics reports – There’s little doubt that as the number of mail-in ballots increases, so does fraud. A 2012 report in The New York Times noted that voter fraud involving mail-in ballots “is vastly more prevalent than the in-person voting fraud that has attracted far more attention, election administrators say. In Florida, absentee-ballot scandals seem to arrive like clockwork around election time.” According to a Wall Street Journal report on voter exploitation in Hispanic communities in Texas, mail-in ballots have “spawned a mini-industry of consultants who get out the absentee vote, sometimes using questionable techniques.” Poor, elderly, and minority communities are most likely to be preyed upon by so-called ballot “brokers.”Concerns about fraud in mail-in ballots were serious enough that a 2008 report produced by the CalTech/MIT Voting Technology Project recommended that states “restrict or abolish on-demand absentee voting in favor of in-person early voting.”A whopping 372,000 applications for mail-in ballots in the critical swing state of PA have been rejected, because it was discovered they were duplicates—yes, duplicates!Fox News– Pennsylvania has cast off hundreds of thousands of applications for mail-in ballots ahead of the 2020 election, because of confusion about the process.About 372,000 requests were rejected, as reported by ProPublica on Friday, largely because many of them, about 90%, were duplicates. Overall, one out of every five requests for mail-in ballots are being rejected, according to the publication.The main reason? Many people who voted during the June primaries may have already checked a box to request a mail-in ballot for the November election.However, people who made more than one request should eventually receive their ballot, a spokesperson for the Pennsylvania State Department said. They can also head to the polls on Election Day.The spokesperson said about 2 million people have selected an option to automatically have ballots sent for the current calendar year, meaning they do not need to reapply.More than 2.7 million Pennsylvanians have requested mail-in ballots this election.Pro Publica reports- Though it may deter some people from voting, the mass rejection of ballot applications is unlikely to have a big effect on turnout. Voters who submitted duplicate applications should eventually receive a ballot. Those who don’t can still vote at the polls on Election Day.An estimated 208,000 Pennsylvania voters sent in the spurned requests, some submitting them multiple times. Although the state’s email rejecting the requests describes them as duplicates, it doesn’t explain why, prompting some people to reapply. ProPublica and The Philadelphia Inquirer identified hundreds of voters who submitted three or more duplicate applications; one voter appears to have submitted 11 duplicates.The state is expecting a record volume of ballots to be sent by mail and, as it stands, counties can’t begin the cumbersome process necessary to ultimately tally those votes until Election Day.There is concern that the longer it takes Pennsylvania to tally its final vote count, the more likely it is that there will be misgivings about the security of the process.Trump’s Attorney General William Barr said in a CNN interview on Wednesday that those who are “trying to change the rules” of voting procedures ahead of the November elections are “playing with fire.”In a sometimes-heated interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Barr did not back down on the issue of mail-in balloting.When Blitzer attempted to point out to Barr that several states including Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah and Washington state already vote primarily by mail, Barr fired back.“This is playing with fire,” Barr said. “We’re a very closely divided country here, and people have to have confidence in the legitimacy of the government, and people trying to change the rules to this methodology, which as a matter of logic is very open to fraud and coercion, is reckless and dangerous, and people are playing with fire.”Barr then cited a 2005 Commission on Election Reform report to back up his argument.The commission was chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James Baker, and concluded that mail-in voting is “likely to increase the risks of fraud and of contested elections.”The intensified debate regarding mail-in voting is boiling over with less than two months before the November presidential and congressional elections.Once again, as Barr showed, the evidence is clear that total mail-in balloting is fraught with danger and could literally destroy our republican form of government if not stopped.Ex-elections judge pleads guilty to stuffing ballot box for Democratic candidates in multiple electionsMay 23, 2020byJen KrauszA former election judge in Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to charges that he stuffed ballot boxes in multiple elections after accepting bribes to help Democratic contenders win their races.Domenick J. DeMuro, who oversaw elections in South Philadelphia during primaries between 2014 and 2016, admitted to taking money from political consultants in exchange for casting multiple ballots for specific candidates.While holding the elected and paid position, DeMuro engaged in a “conspiracy to deprive voters of civil rights” and violated the Travel Act “by using a cellphone, in interstate commerce,” to promote bribery, as his plea agreement states.“Voting over and over”U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain described the nature of the fraud, which resulted in the addition of dozens of votes to machines in each of three elections, representing as much as 22% of the total ballots cast.“DeMuro fraudulently stuffed the ballot box by literally standing in a voting booth and voting over and over, as fast as he could, while he thought the coast was clear,” McSwain said.The prosecutor called voting “the cornerstone of our democracy,” asserting that when “even one vote is fraudulently rung up, the integrity of that election is compromised.”Court records did not indicate which candidates the fraudulent voting helped or whether they won their respective races. McSwain’s office continues its investigation, which is focused on one unnamed consultant believed to have paid DeMuro to stuff the ballot box.“Not removing voters who have died”President Donald Trump has increased his attention on the issue of voter fraud as the 2020 presidential election draws near.Several states are advancing plans to expand mail-in voting options in an effort to limit exposure to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Trump, however, maintains such options come with an unacceptable risk of corruption.According to RealClearPolitics, a total of about 28 million mail-in ballots went missing in the last four elections. Furthermore, Judicial Watch announced in January that it had located millions of names on voter rolls that should have been removed.“An unusually high registration rate suggests that a jurisdiction is not removing voters who have died or who have moved elsewhere, as required by [federal law],” the organization wrote.America is less than six months away from a pivotal presidential race amid deep divisions regarding the best path forward for the nation. It might be more important now than ever to ensure Americans can trust the results of that election.Award Winning Democrat Just Got Served With A Stack Of Felony ChargesThe Democratic Party loves the “unconventional methods” of Michigan party official Sherikia Hawkins so much that they gave her an award. Her methods were so unusual that she was arrested on six felony charges. Hawkins engaged the community in voting by “forging records and falsely marking absentee ballots as invalid” during the 2018 midterm election.An award for election fraudEarlier this year, Democrat party official Sherikia Hawkins was proud to accept a prize for her valuable service to the Democratic cause. She was honored with the Dingell/Levin Award for using “unconventional methods to engage the community in voting.” As they say on their website, “Sherikia takes pride in using unconventional methods to engage the community in voting.”Those methods were a little too unconventional. The Detroit News reports that Hawkins was “charged with forging records and falsely marking absentee ballots as invalid.” The 38-year-old Southfield city clerk was arrested recently when the County Clerk in Oakland County noticed something fishy.There were alarming “discrepancies” in the voter counts from Southfield. When police investigators did some digging, they “found that records had been altered so that nearly 200 voter files were improperly listed as invalid.”Their Secretary of State is furious. “Our elections are the foundation of our democracy, and under my and Attorney General [Dana] Nessel’s administration there will be no tolerance for any actions that undermine that foundation — anywhere, anytime, by any person or official,” Jocelyn Benson firmly declared in a statement. Even if they do win an award.Changes made in the computersThe court documents reveal that Michigan police discovered that 193 of the absentee voter files “were changed in the city’s computer system to say they either had no signature or no return date, when they had both valid signatures and return dates.”:When they alerted the Oakland County Election Director about the illegally altered records, Joseph Rozell’s staff “found the original ones in a trashcan at the election division office.” Despite all the evidence, her attorney argues that “it was just a technicality.” He should get an acting award just for saying that with a straight face.Secretary of State Benson assures the voters that they caught the fraud in time and it didn’t change the election’s outcome. “All valid votes in the election were ultimately counted and the final official vote total was accurate,” she promises.After the dust settled, Hawkins faces charges of falsifying records in violation of state election law, forgery of a public record, misconduct in office and three counts of using a computer to commit a crime. The most severe of those charges carries a potential penalty of 14 years in prison. For now she’s on the streets, after posting $15,000 bail.Report Exposes Major Flaws in Mail-In Voting, Could Change Outcome of ElectionMajor Flaw in Mail-In Voting Exposed - Could Change Election OutcomeBy C. Douglas GoldenPublished July 31, 2020 at 8:50amIf there’s one hard-and-fast rule that has been set for conservatives during the unusual 2020 election process, it’s this: Don’t step into the mail-in voting minefield.There’s an official line that’s been set. Mail-in voting is terrific. It’s better than in-person voting, in fact. Why don’t we make it this easy all the time? It’s the greatest thing to happen to liberty and freedom since the Magna Carta.Every time you express the slightest doubt about the mechanics of national mail-in voting and whether it could affect the results of the 2020 election, the soul of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. sheds a single tear in heaven.For the humor-challenged, this is what the kids like to call hyperbole. I don’t feel bad engaging in it because, well, everyone engages in hyperbole when they’re talking about mail-in voting.I’ve noticed a trend behind almost every argument I read on social media regarding the issue: If you aren’t making the most extreme case for your position, so extreme that it verges on self-parody, all the while claiming you absolutely know every one of the pertinent facts about the process and how they all line up in your favor, you’re doing it wrong.This puts me in an odd position because my opposition to universal mail-in voting comes from a place of caution about an untried process.It’s that I merely know that we can’t know what’s going to happen when the tortoise-like evolution of America’s electoral process over 232 years is completely upended in the space of about six months because we’ve concluded there’s no way to socially distance during the in-person voting process. (Even though there’s no evidence in-person voting increases COVID-19 risk.)We want every American to be able to place his or her vote via mail without knowing what the implications of that are — assuming we’ll end up with the same result we would have otherwise.The proof from proponents of universal mail-in voting that it’ll be foolproof comes via a small number of states that automatically send registered voters mail-in ballots.According to The Washington Post, those states are California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington and Utah — only one of which, Colorado, has even the slightest chance of being a presidential swing state this November. (And even that’s exceedingly unlikely — President Donald Trump would be well-advised not to go near there except to support incumbent GOP Sen. Cory Gardner, who faces an uphill re-election battle.)While you can request an absentee ballot in most states — either without giving a reason or by listing fear of COVID-19 as a reason — and a number of states have expanded absentee voting access, that’s not quite a barrier-free mail-in voting system. Rest assured, you’re going to see that pushed for over the next few months, and hard.So what’s the big deal?Well, CBS News decided to run a controlled test of what might happen if there was widespread mail-in voting this November.In Philadelphia, Tony Dokoupil of “CBS This Morning” took 100 mock ballots and mailed them in different parts of the city to an address that had been set up as a mock board of elections.In the experiment, 21 percent of one of the batches of ballots didn’t arrive after three days.Three percent didn’t arrive at all.If 3 percent sounds like a small number, consider that Pennsylvania was decided by a 0.7 percent margin back in 2016.They did get “a birthday card from Mike to Ronnie,” though, so there’s that.Trump shared the video Wednesday on Twitter and waded further into the fray shortly after, sending this tweet:As for mail-in voting being “an easy way for foreign countries to enter the race” — well, as Wikipedia might put it, that’s very much [citation needed]. In terms of the problems with an accurate count and “testing areas [being] way off,” while the Philadelphia test was just one experiment, it also wasn’t a promising one.Keep in mind, this test only measured whether a mailed-in ballot arrived at the “board of elections.” The problem with the conditions is that the U.S. Post Office would be involved both ways — meaning the same service that didn’t deliver 3 percent of the ballots was also assumed to have a 100 percent record delivering those ballots to voters in the first place.And this test happened during a period where the USPS wasn’t being swamped with ballots — which it would be during the election. Whatever mistakes are present now would be magnified then.This is to say nothing about problematic practices such as “ballot harvesting” — the ethically questionable practice where third parties are authorized to collect mail-in ballots, something Democrats used to great effect during the 2018 midterms — and other potential unforeseen issues with the system.By the way, Democrats should be concerned about this, too.The Washington Post reported in May that “voting by mail increases the number of ballots that are rejected — and not counted in the final tally. And ballots from younger, minority and first-time voters are most likely to be thrown out.”In liberal California, The Associated Press reported over 100,000 mail-in ballots were rejected during the March primary, roughly 1.5 percent of ballots sent in by mail.Why does this happen?“It’s not entirely clear,” The Post reported in May. “On the one hand, there may be reasons some groups of voters are more likely to make mistakes when voting by mail. Many new voters — for example young and first-time registrants — may be unfamiliar with how to vote by mail, or not know how much postage is required or how far in advance to return the ballot to have it arrive on time. Mail voters don’t have the benefit of interacting face-to-face with poll workers who might be able to help them navigate any difficulties.”There’s too much we don’t know about the system.A basic test, just seeing how many of the ballots could be delivered if and assuming the ballots got to the voters and were mailed on time during a period where the system was working efficiently, found 3 percent didn’t arrive.If that happened in November on a massive, national scale, it could be the kind of major flaw in a system that can change an election.That’s not making an extreme case for anything. It’s merely stating some very inconvenient facts about a process we’ve been assured is 100 percent safe.Michigan's Secretary of State, Jocelyn Bensen just announced that about 10,600 mail-in ballots from the state's August primary election were rejected outright and A WHOPPING 846 BALLOTS WERE REJECTED BECAUSE THE VOTER WAS DEAD.Nevada mailed ballots to all of it's citizens and close to a QUARTER OF A MILLION were returned by the Post Office as "undeliverable" in Clarke County alone.In Patterson, New Jersey alone, one of of every five mail in ballots were disqualified, in a recent primary electionAccording to WJLA (ABC 7), "absentee ballot applications with incorrect information were mailed to more than half a million residents in the Commonwealth" of Virginia.In New York, over 84,000 mail-in ballots had to be tossed out and in California, about 1.5 percent of the total vote had to be tossed.Don't believe the media. Mail-in ballots ARE a RECIPE FOR FRAUD and the ONLY questions that remain are: How many fraudulent votes are STILL being counted in our elections, and how many legitimate ballots are NOT BEING COUNTED.For months, Michelle Obama has been working hand-in-glove with Hollywood, and the Democrat elites with her new group, When We All Vote.Her group is dedicated to registering new voters, along with promoting “vote by mail,” which many consider as “cheat by mail.”Their scheme is to get ballots mailed out to every voter, so they can mail in their ballot.For many months, President Trump and his allies have been warning that this system is ripe for fraud.But the Fake News Media has painted that as nothing more than a conspiracy theory.They allege that not only is vote-by-mail safe, but that it is safer than traditional voting.That claim is based not on fact, but rather on misinformation.In reality, this system of voting has been proven to be insecure, and it came from a National Public Radio (NPR) report.The NPR report shows that 550,000 mail-in votes were rejected in the primary season.This is a massive increase from the 2016 election, where 318,000 mail-in votes were rejected in the primary.People have always voted by mail, but through absentee ballots, which require the request of a ballot.Universal mail-in voting forcibly sends ballots to everybody, which creates massive opportunities for fraud, especially in cities, where the harvesting of ballots in places like apartment complexes can be very fruitful.While absentee voting requests are only sent to those who request them, mail-in-voting lets political operatives set on shady behavior know that they can find ballots anywhere.And they can often find ballots sent to people who have since moved, or are deceased, and use them for their own political gain.This NPR report proves that the work of Michelle Obama is for nothing more than voter fraud.If she is able to succeed in implementing vote-by-mail, it will allow Democrats to rig the election against President Donald Trump.Democrats have already proven, in cities like Chicago, that they are not afraid to commit voter fraud.There has been a rash of recent arrests around the country. Although those who have been charged are entitled to a presumption of innocence, these cases illustrate the types of fraud that have occurred and can occur that threaten our democratic system.In New Hampshire, Attorney General Gordon MacDonald announced an indictment against a woman for allegedly voting in the town of Derry during the 2018 general election despite residing in Washington D.C., not New Hampshire.The indictment says she submitted a false voter registration form and then voted using an absentee ballot.In Hooksett, New Hampshire, Michael Lewis has been charged with illegally voting in the 2016 general election even though he is a resident of Georgia, where he was arrested at the request of New Hampshire authorities.The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, run by registered Democrat Ed Naile, discovered that Lewis used the state’s same-day voter registration law in Hooksett to illegally register and vote.And those are not the only recent cases from the Granite State.Vincent Marzello was arrested for voting twice in the 2016 general election in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, once as himself and then again under the name of a woman, Helen Elisabeth Ashley.In California, a man by the name of Caesar Peter Abutin was charged with three counts of felony voter fraud. Despite Abutin’s mother passing away in 2006, he voted under her name multiple times between October 2012 and November 2014, in addition to casting ballots under his own name.These cases demonstrate how sometimes it can take years for the evidence in election fraud cases to come to fruition and for the potential fraudsters to face justice.Additionally, it’s worth noting that election fraud cases often involve absentee ballots.The danger posed to voters by such ballots, which are voted outside the supervision of election officials and outside the observation of poll watchers in unsecure settings, is shown by a video that has just surfaced from Escondido, California.A local resident, David Sprouse, filmed an individual walking through his neighborhood last week stealing mail—including absentee ballots—from his home and other houses.And the Virginia State Board of Elections had to send out a press release warning voters that six Richmond-area mailboxes—which may have contained absentee ballots—were broken into over the first weekend in October.Other threats to the security of voting by mail are coming to light.Take Hudson County, New Jersey. A postal worker was arrested for discarding mail after an investigation conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice found more than 1,800 pieces of mail, including 99 absentee ballots, in a dumpster.Fortunately, these ballots were recovered and forwarded to their intended recipients. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident.Thomas Cooper, a postal worker, pleaded guilty to obscuring, crossing out, and changing at least five party affiliations on absentee ballot request forms back in July during the West Virginia primary.In Manatee County, Florida, Larry Wiggins, a registered Democrat, was arrested for requesting an absentee ballot for his late wife, who passed away in 2018. Though Wiggins claims he was simply “testing the system,” he is now facing third-degree felony charges.In Texas, four people, including a Gregg County commissioner, were arrested last month in connection with their alleged involvement in a vote-harvesting scheme that was uncovered by the state Attorney General’s Office.Commissioner Shannon Brown, Marlena Jackson, Charlie Burns, and DeWayne Ward are facing more than 130 felony charges, including organizing an illegal vote-harvesting scheme, illegal voting, fraudulent use of absentee ballot applications, unlawful possession of absentee ballots, and election fraud in connection with the 2018 general election, which Brown won by only five votes.Another case out of the Lone Star State involves a mayoral candidate for the city of Carrollton. Zul Mirza Mohamed is alleged to have forged at least 84 voter registration forms for unwitting residents of Denton County, and then obtained absentee ballots in their names without their knowledge using a virtual mailbox and a false identity.The Texas Attorney General’s Office states that at the time of his arrest, Mohamed was completing more fraudulent mail-in ballot applications.There are also multiple reports of problems being caused by election officials using inaccurate, error-filled voter registration lists to mail out absentee ballots. Those include:A German journalist who reports that he received three ballots at his residence in Washington, D.C., for the previous tenant, who moved five years ago; the landlady, who now lives in Puerto Rico; and the landlady’s deceased husband.New Jersey residents across the state reporting that they have received absentee ballots for their deceased relatives.Clerical errors that sent 1,400 Virginia voters two mail-in ballots for the general election.Close to 100,000 New York City voters receiving mail-in ballots with incorrect names and addresses.An acquaintance of one of the writers living in Washington, D.C., who received five ballots in the mail—two for him, one for his roommate, and two for individuals who haven’t lived at his address for years. Those ballots can be seen here:This summary of recent cases doesn’t even cover the 1,000 voters referred to law enforcement officials in Georgia for voting twice in that state’s June primary (once in person and a second time with an absentee ballot); or the former Democratic congressman and erstwhile political consultant indicted in Philadelphia on charges of bribing an election official to stuff the ballot box with fraudulent votes in multiple elections; or the illegal aliens indicted in North Carolina for illegally registering and voting.While many on the left dismiss these threats and insist that voting by mail has no potential for fraud, or that other types of fraud just don’t happen, these stories continue to break, dispelling that narrative.These cases should be investigated and prosecuted, and reforms should be initiated that remedy the vulnerabilities in our voter registration and election system that will prevent and deter these types of actions from occurring in the future.No matter who the American people elect, it should be done in a fair, free, and secure process.Election fraud is already a problem. Soon it could be a crisis. But election fraud is not the only threat to the integrity of our election system.Progressives are pushing for nine "reforms" that could increase the opportunity for fraud and dissolve the integrity of constitutional elections. To counter these dangerous measures, our friends at The Heritage Foundation are proposing seven measures to protect your right to vote and ensure fair, constitutional elections.Biden Texas Political Director Among Dems Alleged to Be Involved in Ballot Harvesting in Legal Case FiledWe reported earlier about Project Veritas’ investigation into ballot harvesting scandal in Minnesota with alleged connections to Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).But that’s not the only place with accusations of Democratic ballot harvesting.A legal case was just filed in Texas in which alleges ballot harvesting going on in Harris County and that Democrats including the Texas Political Director for Joe Biden, Dallas Jones, are involved.According to the affidavits filed by a retired Houston police captain Mark Aguirre and Charles Marler, a former FBI agent, they claim they have video evidence, documentary evidence and witnesses that there was illegal ballot harvesting going on. According to the affidavits, there was hoarding of “mail-in and absentee ballots” and having operatives fill them out for people illegally, “including dead people, homeless people, and nursing home residents.” Both men are now private investigators.Aguirre claimed ballot harvesters have been exploiting the elderly with the help of some nursing home staff.I have in my possession video-taped interviews of witnesses attesting to the aforementioned people having groups of people completing thousands of absentee and mail-in ballots, including completing ballots for deceased individuals; illegally going into nursing homes, with the complicity of the nursing home staff, and filling out and forging the signatures of nursing home residents; signing up homeless individuals to vote using the ballot harvester’s address then completing the ballot and forging the homeless individual’s signature.Marler also alleged that that people in the County Clerk’s office were involved and that the former Harris County Clerk Diane Troutman rather than be involved and possibly face prosecution, that she resigned citing health reasons.Two other men alleged to be involved, State Sen. Borris Miles and Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, denied the accusations to the Texas Tribune. Miles claimed the allegations were “Republican opposition work.”If there’s actual video evidence like what Project Veritas has or other evidence to support the allegations, this could further flag the ballot harvesting issue and be a real problem for Democrats.2000 Bush v. Gore Lawyer Exposes the ‘Underworld’ That ‘Trades on Ballots and Forgeries’ByConservatives JournalSeptember 29, 2020In light of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Democrats have gone all-in on vote-by-mail schemes, ostensibly to protect people from the virus. Yet this shift empowers nefarious criminals who subvert elections by buying and selling ballots and engaging in other forms of voter fraud. Thomas Spencer, a lawyer in the Bush v. Gore (2000) case and vice president of the Lawyers Democracy Fund, warned about the existence of a criminal “underworld” that perpetrates voter fraud.“There’s an underworld out there that trades on ballots and forgeries,” Spencer told PJ Media in an interview Monday. “They pray on old folks or people in very poor communities. It’s a huge problem and it’s one of those subterranean problems where it’s very difficult to find who these people are.”Spencer cited a New York Post article in which a Democratic political operative confessed to engaging in voter fraud for decades. “An election that is swayed by 500 votes, 1,000 votes — it can make a difference,” the tipster, who remained anonymous for fear of prosecution, told The Post. “It could be enough to flip states.” He described situations where operatives — or even nurses — would go from room to room in nursing homes and fill out the ballots for residents.Spencer also recalled the 1997 mayor’s race in Miami, when authorities charged 36 people with crimes involving absentee ballot fraud. “They were part of a well-orchestrated conspiracy to steal the election,” Assistant State Attorney Joe Centorino said at the time. The election results were later reversed, allowing the incumbent to remain return to office after it appeared he had lost the election.“In Miami, we had — and maybe we still have — lots of vote brokers who would go around paying people for ballots,” Spencer told PJ Media.He also recalled a case in Hialeah litigating fraudulent signatures. “We proved that there were hundreds of ballots which were forged,” he said.“We’ve had lots of anecdotal statements made to us that people are buying ballots, absentee ballots, they were paying $50-100 a ballot,” Spencer recalled.He also referenced the bombshell Project Veritas report exposing Liban Mohamed, who boasted about his carload of absentee ballots for Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.).“It’s very difficult to do what Project Veritas did,” Spencer told PJ Media. “It’s very expensive to catch these people. Police agencies and state attorneys, et cetera, really need to have an airtight case before they’re willing to spend thousands and thousands of dollars.”“There is an underworld that’s operating, we really don’t have our hands on it,” the lawyer warned.The Democrats’ strategy“In the states that are controlled by Democrats, they use the firehose of ballots to spread those ballots into as many places as possible without care as to where those ballots are ending up,” Spencer told PJ Media. Democrats are “taking all the guardrails down,” opening up the system to fraud.“I see a real chance that we will have one or two cases going to the Supreme Court because of the way it’s being set up,” he added. “We have to recognize that the Democratic Party strategy has been to create chaos from a legal point of view. In my experience over the last 30-40 years, I’ve seen that the Democrats normally file lawsuits, 30, 60, 90 days out from any election.”“Their philosophy is, ‘Every vote that’s submitted should count even if it’s not a legal vote.’ Whereas our position has always been that every ballot should count if it’s submitted and executed in accordance with the law,” Spencer explained.He zeroed in on Perkins Coie lawyer Marc Elias, who has spearheaded a “four pillars” approach to further mail voting.Elias is fighting to make sure that: the government pays postage for mail-in ballots; ballots postmarked on or before Election Day count, which includes some ballots that arrive a few days after Election Day because not every post office postmarks ballots; every ballot is accepted even if the signature does not match the one on file; and “community organizations” should be allowed to “help collect and deliver voted, sealed ballots,” also known as “ballot harvesting.”Elias’s activism has succeeded in loosening restrictions on signature-matching in Florida, Georgia, and Iowa. It has also furthered ballot harvesting in Arizona. Many states have pushed back the deadline on absentee and mail-in ballots to many days after the election, as many as 9-12 days after November 3.Mail-in voting opens the system to fraud because it disrupts the chain of custody, Tom Spencer argued.“Once the ballot is out of the hands of the voter, the chain of custody is broken,” he explained. While advocates for voting by mail argue that “the Post Office becomes the custodian of that ballot and it goes right to the Elections Department,” Spencer countered that “in Florida, we had ballots which never made it to the Elections Department.”He recalled that “25,000 ballots came in after Election Day” in 2018. “They had been sitting somewhere in somebody’s truck.”Spencer again turned to the Project Veritas video. “When the guy was explaining how they did it, took me right back to cases I’ve litigated in Miami, where they were walking around with wads of cash. Some of these old people in these nursing homes. You give the nursing attendant $50 and you’re in the room with the ballot.”“I wish that the Department of Justice would put up an award for information leading to the arrest of anyone committing vote fraud and I wish they’d advertise that, because I bet they’d get a lot of hits,” he insisted.Thousands Of Ballots In Pennsylvania May Be Missing: OfficialsOctober 31, 2020 Ryan Green Latest News 10 CommentsAuthored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times,Thousands of voters in Butler County, Pennsylvania, said have they never received their ballots…Nearly 40,000 registered voters in the county requested mail-in ballots, but only about 24 percent of them have been returned back to the county so far, authorities said.“At first we thought that maybe it just was a delay in the postal system” due to the high number of requests, Leslie Osche, chair of the Butler County commissioners, was quoted by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as saying.“And that could still be the case. But nonetheless, when we realized that, we changed our strategy and now have begun to tell folks that if they haven’t received a ballot, they still have multiple options.”“Our main focus—because it’s too late now to worry about this—we need to make sure we get these people their ballots,” Osche added.A U.S. Postal Service (USPS) spokesperson told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the agency is “unaware of any significant delays or issues and is in regular contact with the Board of Election as we work to locate and deliver ballots as they are presented to us.” As of Tuesday, voters in Pennsylvania cannot apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot.A local county official, Aaron Sheasley, told CNN Friday that the county has received more than 10,000 phone calls about information related to the ballots that were requested but not received.“Somewhere between the post office and the Pittsburgh sorting facility something happened,” Sheasley told the network.“We don’t know what.” He added:“We haven’t given out any numbers” about the number of missing ballots “because we simply don’t know.”Speaking to CNN, Chuck Bugar, president of the American Postal Workers Union Pittsburgh chapter, said there is no record that suggests the missing ballots in Butler County made it to a Postal Service facility.“There’s no pile of ballots that have been taken from the Butler County election committee that are sitting around,” Bugar said.“There’s no record or indication that they entered the mail stream. There’s paperwork that goes along with it.”Butler County voted for President Donald Trump over Democrat rival Hillary Clinton in 2016 about 66 percent to 29 percent. The county is located north of Pittsburgh and has approximately 150,000 registered voters. In 2020, both Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden have been holding events and rallies, vying to secure the key battleground state with 20 electoral votes.The county told the Post-Gazette that voters can come to the Bureau of Elections and vote in person, provide them with identification, and officials will then give them a new mail-in ballot that a voter can return immediately. The original ballot that was mailed will be voided.They also said that voters can vote at a local polling place in the county. Other alternatives are also provided.via zerohedgeElection Program 'Issue' Tallied Only 2 Votes for GOP Candidate, 33 MI Counties Thought To Be Using the Same SoftwareJason Redmond - AFP / Getty ImagesBy Jared HarrisPublished November 4, 2020 at 3:55pmAn apparent issue with the election infrastructure in one Michigan county resulted in a Republican candidate having a tally of only two votes Wednesday.Now, it’s been revealed that the program at fault could be in use in dozens of other counties across the state.The discrepancy was discovered Wednesday morning in Antrim County, according to Michigan’s Interlochen Public Radio.Triston Cole, a Republican state legislator, cited the fact that Representative Jack Bergman received only two votes, according to county tabulations.“I can guarantee that there were 6 [Bergman votes] in my immediate family alone,” Cole told IPR.Election results posted to the county website have been taken down since the discrepancy was found.“Early this morning, the Antrim County Clerk, Sheryl Guy, became aware of apparently skewed results in the Unofficial Election Result tabulations,” county officials said on their Facebook page.“Since then, the Clerk’s Office has been reviewing the results and the multiple redundancies to search out any possible discrepancies. Staff is currently working with township officials and with Election Source, the company that provides the voting software programs and hardware.”According to WPBN-TV, Guy said the vote totals on printed tabulator tapes and totals counted by the election software did not match. The printed tabulated tapes from each precinct will be counted manually as a result.According to KXXV-TV anchor Joe Gumm, the Antrim County Clerk’s Office is now in the process of reviewing over 16,000 ballots cast in the county.Even worse for the integrity of elections in Michigan, the program used to conduct voting in Antrim County is reportedly being used in 33 other counties across the state.“The irregularities reported this morning are incredibly troubling, especially given how close the election results are in Michigan,” Michigan Republican Party Chair Laura Cox told WPBN-TV.“At this point, it is unclear whether or not these issues were caused by incompetence or corruption, but the fact that they exist is of great concern, and the Michigan Republican Party will spare no expense to expose the truth of what happened in yesterday’s election.”James O’Keefe and Project Veritas released a new video with some rather disturbing allegations.A USPS worker in Michigan came forward to say that he was given a directive to change dates on mail so ballots could be collected.If the allegations are true, Michigan is currently adding illegal ballots to its totals.The AllegationIn the state of Michigan, ballots have to be postmarked by election day in order to be counted.The postal worker that came to O’Keefe is claiming ballots received on Nov. 4 were being postmarked for Nov. 3 so they could be considered valid ballots…BREAKING: Michigan @USPS Whistleblower Details Directive From Superiors: Back-Date Late Mail-In-Ballots As Received November 3rd, 2020 So They Are Accepted “Separate them from standard letter mail so they can hand stamp them with YESTERDAY'S DATE & put them through" #MailFraudThis is obviously a very concerning allegation and something that must be looked into.Lawsuits Piling UpThe Trump campaign is already working overtime filing complaints on various fronts in virtually every battleground state that was called late or still remains open.Suits have been or will be filed in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and North Carolina.The suits range from not being able to have oversight on the election to possible illegal ballots being counted.We honestly have no idea how all this will play out, but in some cases, local Democrats working on the election have opened the door to these suits.For instance, in PA, election observers were being prevented access to polling stations.Philadelphia, in particular, has a long history of election integrity issues, so if they truly have nothing to hide, why all the secrecy?Late-night ballot dumps in both Wisconsin and Michigan, where more than 100k votes for ONLY Joe Biden that were added to the totals also has a lot of people asking a lot of questions.At this time, we have yet to see any comment or explanation by either state regarding those ballots.With Nevada now saying it will not have votes counted until Friday or Saturday, Republicans, at the very least, know Joe Biden is unlikely to be declared the official winner until that state goes final.That gives Trump at least 24 hours to make headway in Arizona and to continue to fight these battles regarding possible illegal ballots being counted.USPS Worker ARRESTED, Caught Trying to Cross the Border With BallotsByAnastasia BousheeNovember 6, 2020An upstate New York USPS employee was arrested on Tuesday trying to cross the United States-Canada border with over 800 pieces of mail inside his trunk, including several absentee ballots.The Buffalo, NY mailman, who was caught with his trunk full of hundreds of envelopes and other undelivered mail, claimed he had ended up on the bridge between the two countries by accident, according to the Buffalo News.Brandon Wilson, 27, was found by Customs and Border Protection to have a huge bin of mail spanning several zip codes in his vehicle. Among the undelivered mail were three absentee ballots from the Erie County Board of Elections, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court.Wilson told CBP agents that he was in the wrong lane on I-190 and accidentally ended up on the bridge. When pressed, Wilson claimed that the mail belonged to him and his mother, but could not explain the mail addressed to other people.In a subsequent interview with the Postal Service Office of the Inspector General, Wilson admitted that he had been taking mail from his delivery route and putting it in his car.“Beginning in September 2020, Wilson estimated he placed mail from his delivery routes into the trunk of his vehicle on more than four but less than 10 instances after returning to the post office from his assigned route,” special agent Brendan M. Boone wrote in a report.“Wilson intended to whittle down the amount of mail in the trunk of his vehicle by placing a small amount of the mail into USPS missort containers in the morning before his shift began. Wilson last reintroduced mailings into the mail stream in this fashion approximately three weeks prior [to] the date of the interview,” Boone continued.The mail found in his trunk at the U.S.-Canada border included 106 political mailings, 220 first-class mailings and 484 standard mailings. Wilson denied knowing that he was in possession of the absentee ballots.According to court documents, Wilson has been charged with delaying or destroying mail. He faces five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.Michigan is back in play after software ‘glitch’ correction returns votes to President TrumpJust as mainstream media and Democrats gleefully prepared to announce a Biden win, some of the shenanigans we've seen throughout this election was reversed in Blaine TraberNovember 6, 2020in Cybersecurity, Democrats, Election 2020, News, Republicans, State and Local, White HouseStop the presses. The fat lady hasn’t sung yet. Michigan appears to be back in play as a supposed “software glitch” has been corrected, reversing over 5,500 votes from Joe Biden to President Trump. This “glitch” has been found in 47 other counties, delivering hope that Michigan may, indeed, be red after all.According to Just The News:An election-software glitch in Michigan’s Antrim County that had incorrectly directed votes Democratic presidential candidate to Joe Biden was fixed Friday, putting thousands of vote correctly into President Trump’s totals.The software had reportedly caused a significant number of votes to be allotted to Biden in a county that has for years been reliably red. In the presumed final count, Biden had originally led in the county by roughly 3,000 votes. Revised totals show that Trump won the county by around 2,500.Addressing the alleged software glitch, Michigan GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox said Friday during a press conference that “47 counties [in Michigan] use this same software in the same capacity.”It is unknown whether this same glitch reversal will help John James, the Republican Senate candidate who appeared to win only to have that win reversed with late “surfaced” voting for his opponent. The fate of the Senate may hang in the balance as what appeared to be a safe GOP majority has inched closer to being deadlocked or even switching to Democrat control.In this crazy election cycle, we can’t take anything for granted until the end. Michigan was dead in the water for Democrats, but there is now strong hope that it can be rightly called soon for President Trump.GOP Claims Software Error Switched 6,000 Republican Votes to Democrat, Used in 47 Michigan CountiesBY JACK PHILLIPSNovember 6, 2020 Updated: November 7, 2020Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and other GOP officials said the fight over the presidential election isn’t over, saying that 47 counties in Michigan may have used software that was detected to have allocated votes to Democrat Joe Biden instead of President Donald Trump in one county.“In Antrim County, ballots were counted for Democrats that were meant for Republicans causing a 6,000-vote swing against our candidates,” Michigan GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox said in a news conference Friday. “The county clerk came forward and said tabulating software glitched and caused a miscalculation of the votes.”Cox added: “Since then, we have now discovered that 47 counties use this same software in the same capacity. Antrim County had to hand count all of the ballots, and these counties that use this software needs to closely examine their results for similar discrepancies.”A number of news outlets, including The Associated Press and Decision Desk, have declared Michigan for Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Biden is currently leading Trump by about 146,000 votes.After a discrepancy was found in Antrim County, election officials reviews the ballots. Updated results showed Trump winning the county.In one instance in Oakland County, a computer error led officials to declare Democrat Melanie Hartman the winner before they reversed it and declared incumbent Adam Kochenderfer, a Republican, the winner of the Oakland County’s 15th county commission District, the Detroit Free Press reported.“I thought that was that,” Kochenderfer said. “Those were the results, and I said I would not seek a recount.”Oakland County Director of Elections Joe Rozell told the paper that the error was due to a computer issue at a city clerk’s office. He didn’t elaborate on the issue or if it was the same software used in Antrim County.“A computer issue in Rochester Hills caused them to send us results for seven precincts as both precinct votes and absentee votes. They should only have been sent to us as absentee votes,” Rozell said.Poll workers tabulate absentee ballots at the TCF Center during Election Day in Detroit, Mich., Nov. 3, 2020. (Rebecca Cook/Reuters)The RNC has deployed legal teams to Michigan. No lawsuit has yet to be announced over the software.“We will not give up on this process until every last issue has been resolved,” McDaniel said in the news conference.Cox and McDaniel also alleged that there were irregularities in Detroit, asserting that Republican poll-watchers were denied access to the vote-counting process in some places.The Michigan Board of Elections has not yet responded to a request for comment about Cox’s claims.Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat, called the claims outlined in the GOP press conference false.“Michigan’s elections were conducted fairly, effectively and transparently and are an accurate reflection of the will of Michigan voters,” she said in a statement, adding that skewed results in Antrim County were the result of a human error, not a software error, and that there were always challengers from both parties in the room while ballots were being counted in Detroit.The Michigan Democratic Party also responded to the claims of misconduct.“The clerks in Michigan have done an incredible job this, and every election cycle, despite little to no support from the Republican-controlled legislature,” said Party Chair Lavora Barnes to MLive. “We join local clerks in calling for reforms to the election system that will decrease legislative barriers and provide clerks additional resources to allow them to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.”USPS FINDING EVEN MORE BALLOTS THAT WERE SWEPT UNDER THE RUG!STAFF NOVEMBER 6, 2020IF YOU THINK THAT THERE ISN’T SOMETHING FUNNY GOING ON WITH THE BALLOTS RIGHT NOW YOU ARE JUST NOT PAYING ATTENTION.What they are doing is halfway under the radar so that people that aren’t looking closely won’t see it.However, if you try to look at it with even a little bit of a trained eye you can see there is something not right going on with the counting.The U.S. Postal Service said it has unearthed more than 1,700 mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania and more than 500 additional mail-in ballots in North Carolina following court-ordered sweeps of its facilities in the battleground states.So far, the race between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden remains too close for major news outlets to call, but it leans increasingly in Biden’s favor as more mail-in votes are counted.The article goes on to state the following:In a court filing early Friday morning, the Justice Department revealed that USPS plant managers in Greensboro, Mid-Carolinas, Central Pennsylvania, Western Pennsylvania, and the Philadelphia metropolitan area had found more mailed in votes, including 539 total in North Carolina, where Trump currently leads, and 1,703 in Pennsylvania, including 297 and 1,076 respectively from the Democratic strongholds of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The late-received votes in Pennsylvania may end up being challenged by Republicans. Decision Desk HQ, a nonpartisan election analysis firm, projected that Biden would defeat Trump in Pennsylvania, and thus win the presidency, but news outlets contend that it remains too close to call. As mail-in and absentee ballots were counted over the past couple of days, Trump’s sizable lead in the state slipped away, and Biden took the lead in unofficial counts Friday morning. The Trump campaign, which has mounted a flurry of legal challenges in the state, quickly issued a statement saying the election is “not over.”In another incident, a U.S. postal worker has been arrested near the Canadian border, with over 800 pieces of undelivered mail in the trunk of his car, including some ballots.There have been multiple allegations involving postal workers this week, with whistleblowers coming forward saying that ballots received after Election Day were held back and postmarked for Nov. 3 to indicate they came in on Election Day.Attorney Sidney Powell Drops Massive Bomb: “We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots That Miraculously Only Have a Vote For Joe Biden”By USA First Reporting | November 9, 2020In addition we are looking at electronic ballot systems which may have changed “3 percent of the vote.”Powell claims that she has “identified over 450,000 ballots that miraculously only have a vote for Joe Biden on them and no other candidate.”MAell said on Fox News. “To manufacture votes for Joe Biden. They’ve done it in every way imaginable, from having dead people vote in record numbers, to absolutely fraudulently creating ballots that exist only for voting for Biden. We’ve identified over 450,000 ballots that miraculously only have a vote for Joe Biden on them and no other candidate. If you look at Florida where things were done right you can see that that is how the rest of the country should have gone. But they also used an algorithm to calculate the number of votes they would need to flip. And they used computers to flip those votes from Trump to Biden and from other Republican candidates to their competitors also.”WATCH:This isn’t the only recent bomb that Powell has dropped. During a bombshell interview with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, Powell called for an investigation into electronic ballot systems which may have changed “3 percent of the vote.”“I think they need to investigate the likelihood that 3 percent of the vote changed [due to] preelection ballots collected digitally by using the Hammer and Scorecard programs,” she said during the interview.“I think Hammer and Scorecard were used by Democratic operatives who had access through government access points,” she added. “They used them to illegally change votes. It’s been used against other countries. It’s just been changed recently [to be used] against our own citizens.”For all States with any form of VOTE BY MAI: Forensic recount.Starting with every vote in Pennsylvania, each vote should be forensically investigated, at a minimum, to determine the following:Is the vote from a LIVE, IN STATE, REGISTERED VOTER? If not, throw it out.Does the ballot have a signature that matches the voter registration card? If not, throw it out.Is the vote the ONLY vote from an IN STATE, REGISTERED VOTER? If not, throw out ALL votes from that voter as the voter violated Federal Election Laws. Then arrest that voter and prosecute him or her for voter fraud.Was the vote received or postmarked by November 3, 2020. If not, throw it out.Was the vote received at the voter polling station by 8pm on November 3, postmarked or not? If not, throw it out.Was the vote tampered with, illegible, or marked in any manner that does not demonstrate a clear vote for either candidate? If so, throw it out.Did the vote as marked, actually record for the proper candidate when entered in the electronic scanner? If not, take a vote away from the candidate who received the improper credit and credit the proper candidate.ALL votes received AFTER 8pm on November 3 in "dumps" must be sourced back to the original location that they came from and individuals involved in delivering the "dumps" must be questioned intensely to determine who was behind the dumping of votes in the wee hours of the morning on November 4 and beyond. Anyone involved in the fraudulent dumping should be arrested and prosecuted.EVERY polling worker in every voter precinct of the key states in this election should be interviewed under immunity to give them an opportunity to come forward and disclose any voter fraud they witnessed or were instructed to perform by their supervisors or Democratic operatives.EVERY postal worker in the state, should be given the opportunity under immunity to come forward and disclose any voter fraud they witnessed or were instructed to perform by their supervisors or Democratic operatives.

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