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FOIA Requests Reveal There Were No DOJ Investigations on Election Fraud After 2020 Election as Bill Barr Claimed
This past week, as the House Transportation committee heard HF 4 which would provide driver's licenses to illegal aliens, this testifier told members:"We are voting. Our people are voting. If you don't pass this bill, people are going to vote you all out."Pretty audacious.
Arizona Senate Presentation Reveals That Hundreds Of Failed Tabulators In Maricopa County Likely Misread A QUARTER MILLION Ballots During 2022 Election – Lake’s Team Says “MORE EVIDENCE TO COME”
Let's Build a Parallel, Open, Decentralized, Democratic System Online that Plugs into Our Existing One ...The framers of the Constitution wanted to form a government that did not allow one person or entity to have too much control or authority. They knew that centralization was one of the most important ingredients for tyranny to arise. This is why - for the technology they had at the time - they decentralized by spreading the power out over the states and many representatives. ...The one safe and proven way to regain power back to the individuals in a system is this: Instead of attacking with another centralized entity, you instead create a new decentralized platform to compete against it - or in this case, integrate with it. ...Audrey was born in Taipei in 1981 and was considered a child prodigy. By eight months old she was already speaking. By 14 she had quit school and was programming full time for a leading IT tech company.As the 2014 protests unfolded, Audrey realized the occupying protestors had no Wi-Fi. So, she showed up with 350 meters of ethernet cables and installed a communications hub that was transparent, open, and responsive to the demands of the public, making sure that truth was spreading faster than rumors and propaganda. She set up a live stream to a large projector screen out in the street where tens of thousands of people could see in real time what was being debated in Parliament as it was occupied. It was so successful that after the protests were peacefully resolved, Taiwan’s government invited Audrey to build a system of communication for the entire country that she now calls “a Listening Society.”“It transformed our society,” says Audrey. “If you asked a random person in 2010 on the streets of Taiwan: ‘Would the people somehow unite under the banner (of this movement), people would look at you like you are crazy.” “Transparency (in government) creates trust” is one of her mantras. And she lives by it. Every Wednesday from 10am to 10pm she meets with people in her government office. Like the police who wear body cameras, anyone is allowed to come and talk as long as they agree that their conversation will be video recorded and posted online in real time for everyone to see. Imagine if this was how government officials met in America or elsewhere?She swears by the philosophy - what she calls “radical transparency” - where nearly all information concerning government (except the ultra sensitive) is disclosed online so that citizens can engage with the government on an even ground. She combines this with the principles of civic participation, and rough consensus using upvoting and downvoting platforms and polls. Audrey adds, “The most important thing of course is trust… So through radical transparency, through open government… we make sure that people understand the context - the ‘why’ of policy making. Not just the ‘what’ of the result of the policy. We ensure that everybody is included in the discussion. And that makes it possible for Democracy to truly work.” ...Imagine downloading an iGov app that had everything you needed for participatory government. Picture a virtual town hall for ideas to percolate, and instant feedback loops from up-voting and down-voting by voters. Imagine representatives following that feedback with their actions. Envision a video platform for those running to debate on, and a way for voters to generate questions to ask in the debates. Imagine having a newsfeed of all of the bills and actions your representatives are considering and voting on in the near future, along with Town Hall ideas of how to fix problems generated by your fellow citizens.Visualize a truly transparent government - representatives that video record every meeting, every bill that is voted on, and posts them online in real time for constituents to check, review, dissect, and give feedback on. ...Imagine a system providing real-time accurate polling and grading of representatives - graded by the voters and the constituents participating. Are the representatives doing what the people want? Are they doing what they promised? Are they acting with transparency? How do their actions line up with the desires of the constituents? Picture a similar decentralized way to how we review products online, but for our representatives. ...But, you might be asking…. with all this, why would a representative want to join this iGov platform?Well, because if we all agreed to it - across party lines - it would be impossible for any representative to get elected through normal elections unless they volunteered to be part of the new digital system. The iGov system would be a check and balance against voter fraud as our blockchain ledgers and open sourced transparency would be eons harder to corrupt than the current one. ...
Could also be placed by Democrats to suppress donations to the RNC.But there was indeed massive election fraud in 2020, and the Republic Party utterly failed to call it out.
I don't see how it solves the fundamental problem of voter fraud though.
We have some ancient problem with counting voters, while in meantime in China people pay for shopping by turning face into camera with face recognize software.
We haven't had real elections since 2000. Trump was a fluke,
Anna Karenina5 hr agoLiked by Meryl NassHow can you possibly think voting will fix issues? The 2 opposing camps are given to the peasants to keep them HOPING that once their chosen candidate gets elected things will be different. While they are HOPING they are not ACTING. Both sides are owned. The steady deterioration of rights and the growth of the State has been evident no matter which camp is in power. This is where voting led us. It is madness to believe that voting will get us out. Not to mention that if the Constitution has any power how can any administration bypass it and do unconstitutional things?? Where are the Justices stating “this is unconstitutional and cannot be done!” Where are the much touted “checks and balances”??? It is madness to think that doing the same think will yield different results.
‘Why isn’t he being prosecuted?’ Trump goes after Zuckerberg over $2 million donation to GA election boardFormer President Donald J, Trump called for the prosecution of Mark Zuckerberg over a report that a group connected to the Facebook/Meta CEO gave $2 million to a Georgia elections board, a donation that may have violated state law.“‘Why isn’t he being prosecuted?” Trump lashed out after Fox News Digital reported that a watchdog group is calling for an investigation into the “flagrant and egregious” violation of a Georgia state ban on private funding by the DeKalb County Board of Registration and Elections, a prohibition that was put into place after accusations that left-wing donors had exerted influence over the 2020 elections.“He cheated on the Election(s). The whole system is RIGGED. Why isn’t he being prosecuted? The Democrats only know how to cheat. America isn’t going to take it much longer!” Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social along with a link to the Fox News report.
The Immovable Object is visibility of electoral data for any citizen from his phone — cross searched against property tax records — and dozens of other databases — at silicon speed.When citizens, of any party, realize that their county registrar has voters living in banks, 7-Elevens, public parks, and their own homes — to their surprise — they experience what disenfranchisement means.Visibility to evil drives social change.It's our turn!
^^^^ In Maine and Alaska, the only solution now is for the state party to conduct their own, private process (which is how it should be) to pre-select candidates to run in the official RCV corrupt primary.The Dems only want RCV in certain states. Won't see this in California, for example.
Kayleigh McEnany: Biden Won’t Be ‘Able to Sleep His Way Through’ a 2024 Campaign as He Did in 2020
Hunh! Maybe I AM too cynical..
Hunh! Maybe I AM too cynical..I dunno. Let's see what actually becomes of this.
On September 1, 2017, while litigation was ongoing, Snipes signed an order authorizing the destruction of 688 boxes containing the ballots. Litigation on the matter continued for another two weeks. On November 6, 2017, the court discovered that the ballots in question had been destroyed two months prior. The judge ruled that Snipes had illegally destroyed the ballots and that Canova be awarded attorney's fees. Snipes' attorney said a vendor had made and retained a digital copy of every ballot cast in the race and that the destruction of the ballots was neither intentional nor illegal.
Just one county, but it's a start.
Jerry Nadler Just Said We Can't 'Trust an Election' to Get Rid of President TrumpKatie PavlichDecember 12, 2019During debate on articles of impeachment in the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday night, Chairman Jerry Nadler undermined the vote of millions of Americans and said they can't be trusted to decide who should win the White House in 2020. "We cannot rely on an election to solve our problems when the president threatens the very integrity of that election," Nadler said during his opening statement. "Nor can we sit on our hands while the President undermines our national security—and while he allows his personal interests and the interests of our adversary Russia to advance."(paywall)
My county recently voted to remove Dominion machines. A lot of normies became extremely upset about this, but they're unable to articulate why they're so upset. It's a lot like that time when people claimed CRT wasn't being taught, but then tossed their tendies when it was banned.The argument that voting machines are rigged, or owned by groups with political ties isn't going to get you anywhere because it's complicated to explain, and easy to write off as a paranoid conspiracy theory.A good way to approach the voting machine debate is by asking someone if they understand the concept of decentralization, and when and where it's used. If they have a clear understanding of decentralization, then ask them how they would feel about their county's votes being counted by one person- They don't know this person, nor the political connections this person may have, or if this person is compromised.Many would agree that putting trust into one person to count all the votes is a gamble and could lead to problems. Instead, you would want to have several people counting, from both sides, so everyone can cross-check everyone else's work, thus making cheating a lot more challenging.A small county only needs one or two machines to count all of their ballots. But with a machine you've effectively centralized the counting to one closed-source entity. This machine is no different from that single unknown person counting behind closed doors.
Many would agree that putting trust into one person to count all the votes is a gamble and could lead to problems. Instead, you would want to have several people counting, from both sides, so everyone can cross-check everyone else's work, thus making cheating a lot more challenging.
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