By Brian Lupo
For those of us that are concerned with election integrity, “Human Error”, “technical glitch”, “the problem has been corrected” are all statements and explanations we seem to hear repeated over and over again regarding elections in this country. For those who are still plugged into the mockingbird media, they hear “Big Lie”, “most secure election in American history”, and “‘MAGA Republicans’ are trying to overturn the election.”
The media asks “then show us the fraud.” Well, “show us the election first.” It’s difficult to prove a murder without being allowed to see the body, the crime scene, the weapon, etc. We still cannot get access to hand marked paper ballots in any of these jurisdictions mentioned below. Hundreds of thousands of tax payer dollars, maybe millions, are being spent to thwart the inspection of physical ballots. We are still being stonewalled in many jurisdictions from open records request for election materials.
But citizens turned investigators have still found some compelling evidence. For example, citizen investigators found through publicly available ballot images, a peculiar addition of a vote from the first machine count on Nov 3 to the second machine recount a couple of weeks later. This added vote, a perfectly filled in circle, was only able to be found because of some writing at the top of the ballot that gave away it’s identity because the tabulator, batch and ballot number all changed between the original count and the recount, as if the ballots were shuffled up. If they ran a batch through a different tabulator, then perhaps that number changing could be argued. But to change the batch ID and ballot positioning from one count to the next seems to be a deliberate obfuscation.
The obvious question here is how does a ballot end up with an extra vote from one count to the next? And are there more like it that were hidden by the shuffling of the ballots prior to the recount? The “overvote” on the ballot cancels out the original vote for Donald J Trump for President. We have reached out to Cherokee County twice, once in June and once again this week, for explanation. We will update the article if they respond.
We know that these machines can be manipulated in a way that they can change votes in real time faster than the machines can scan, as reported in August by The Gateway Pundit. Ironically, the two students who presented this information also studied under J. Alex Halderman. Halderman is the author of a sealed report that warranted this CISA advisory back in June.For a recent episode I did on this ballot, check out the foll
This is not the only major discrepancy…This potential violation of the voter’s civil rights as well criminal law is just one of many instances where there doesn’t seem to be any interest in resolving the issue:
Antrim Co, Michigan and Dekalb Co, Georgia
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The Gateway Pundit reported on votes flipping in Antrim County, MI in 2020. In strikingly similar circumstance, we saw votes flipped in Dekalb County, GA in the 2022 Democrat primary. Both instances were blamed on failure to update the voting machines after a last minute election update.
While the case Bailey v. Antrim gave us a forensic imaging of the machines, it did not allow for a hand recount of any race other than the Presidential, despite claims that votes flipped in the House and Senate races as well. And again in Dekalb, they did not do any sort of hand recount down ballot to verify the results were accurate. Antrim County flipped all the races, but apparently the same reported issue (failure to update ALL machines to accommodate one precinct update)
Cherokee Co, Kansas
We reported on a race flip in Cherokee Co, KS in the 2022 primary. A race for County Commissioner saw votes flip from one candidate to the other in a post election audit. Thankfully, that race happened the only county race that was audited, otherwise it would have been missed. And somehow, those machines passed the Logic and Accuracy Test with programming error on the USB drives. Someone please explain how they passed an all encompassing Logic and Accuracy Test.Chavez Co, New Mexico
We saw a vote flipped by the machine in a judicial race during a Risk Limiting Audit in Chavez, New Mexico, as presented by Professor David Clements and Erin Clements (1:57:53 mark) during their audit of New Mexico elections. The clerk in Chavez reported the flip to the authorities, including the New Mexico Secretary of State and the FBI. There was no follow up investigation.Coincidentally, Dominion once bragged about the machines having a “huge library of hand made marks.” Eric Coomer quickly attests “It’s all about preserving voter anonymity!” Sure it is. [video]
Williamson Co, Tennessee
We know that the EAC found “erroneous code” on Dominion machines in Williamson County, TN. This “must read” report should have been the end of voting machines. Especially considering they passed EAC accreditations:
indicates that erroneous code is present in the EAC certified D-Suite 5.5-B and D-Suite 5.5-C
This “erroneous code” circumvented the voter’s rights by allocating certain ballots to a “provisional” folder:
“…the ICP scanner mistakenly interprets a bit in the code that marks the ballot as provisional. Once that misread happens, the provisional flag is not properly reset after that ballot’s voting session. The result is that every ballot scanned and tabulated by the machine after that misread is marked as provisional and thus, not included in the tabulator’s close poll report totals“
Had it not been for an alert poll worker who manually kept tabs of each ballot ran through each machine and compared them with the poll tapes, this may not have been discovered at all.
Despite all of this, those of us who demand accountability and integrity in our elections get persecuted in the mockingbird media and by Joe Biden himself. In the meantime, we will continue to provide evidence that shows we need a thorough investigation into not just the 2020 election, but all elections run on these machines.