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Here are Democrats in 2018 saying everything Mike Lindell says about voting machines
Pelosi has connections to the mafia through her father.Maybe the mafia (the original Italian one) is literally running the government now, rigging elections, and Caporegime Pelosi having "soldiers" like Fauci coming up with threats like the virus so that they can sell the "vaccine".The mafia certainly had the art of controlling people with threats, intimidation, and compromising information down pat.
Enjoy This 2 Minute Compilation Of Democrats, Including VP Harris, Spouting All Sorts Of Conspiracy Theories About Voting Machines That Would Get You Labeled An Extremist On The Right And Kicked Off Social Media
I have little doubt that Pelosi is from a mafia family. It's well known the Guilianni is from one. The lore is he severely prosecuted mob bosses, as long as it wasn't part of the organization his father worked for - but who knows?
~28M vote increase after already record turn out in 2016. That is statistically not possible.
Pennsylvania Decertifies County’s Voting System, Cites Violation of Election CodeBY MIMI NGUYEN LY July 22, 2021Pennsylvania’s top election official has decertified the voting system of rural Fulton County for future elections, saying that an election assessment by a third party had violated the Keystone State’s election code, according to a release on Wednesday.
The Real Story with Natalie HarpJuly 20, 2021Opening Monologue & Interview with Garland Favorito1Natalie Harp: We begin tonight with growing calls for the state of Georgia not just to auditFulton County, but actually the entire state.Now, as you know on Thursday, [GA] House Speaker David Ralston sent a letter to, of allpeople, Fulton County Elections Director Richard Barron—who Raffensperger says should befired—but Ralston apparently believes should be the one to request the Georgia Bureau ofInvestigation to look into the last election and conduct an “independent investigation.”And why in the world would he do that?Well, of course, Richard Barron could not even be bothered to respond to that letter. Instead,having Robb Pitts, Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners respond for him,writing:“As you know, since the election, I have been asking for proof of any allegations ofintentional wrongdoing to be brought to my attention and to this day no one has comeforward with any evidence of malfeasance whatsoever.”No one has come forward? Really, Robb Pitts? Are Garland Favorito and the other plaintiffs inhis suit to audit the votes in Fulton County, “no one” to you?If that's the case, then let's refresh your memory with their stories and the evidence they've beenpresenting since they first witnessed it for themselves:First off, let's begin with Garland Favorito—the lead plaintiff in the suit. As, according to thefiling:“The Favorito Petitioners aver that while Garland Favorito was performing the functionof a Fulton County tabulation observer he detected an abnormal 20,000 vote increase forJoe Biden's vote tabulation and an apparent abnormal reduction in Donald J. Trump'svote tabulation.”And Favorito is not alone in his observations of such blatant abnormalities. Two othersmentioned in the suit—Robin Hall and Judy Aube—each observed strange things while servingas hand count audit monitors on November 14th, with Robin Hall witnessing three boxes of100% Biden ballots, and Judy Aube witnessing three boxes of 98%+ Biden ballots. But nothingto see here, right?And then there's Susan Voyles, Barbara Hartman, Dr. Sonia Francis-Rolle and Gordon Rollewho, as hand count audit monitors, discovered absentee ballots that were not creased. In otherwords, they could not have been mailed. They saw ballots that seemed to be marked with printertoner and ballots printed on different paper stock, which left them believing, in all of theseinstances, these ballots were fraudulent or fabricated.The Real Story with Natalie HarpJuly 20, 2021Opening Monologue & Interview with Garland Favorito2And then there's Bridget Thorne—who, while assisting with ballot testing on November 3rd,discovered that many were not being secured. Sound familiar? Like what happened in New YorkCity with 135,000 test ballots accidentally being reported in the final results until someonecaught it? How many test ballots in Fulton County do you think could have potentially gotteninto the final results—because in Fulton County, who do you suspect the county made up moretest ballots for: President Trump or Joe Biden?And then there's the testimony of David Cross who saw up to nine ballot bags left unsecuredduring the recount.And this is only scratching the surface. Of course, there's also the Bank Heist tapes, which showsuitcases of ballots being wheeled out from under tables on Election Night with no observerspresent—and the plaintiffs in Garland Favorito's case noting the fact that a vote dump occurredat 1:34 a.m. on November 4th with Biden magically receiving a 136,155 vote increase.Oh, but according to Robb Pitts, “no one has come forward with any evidence of malfeasancewhatsoever.”Is House Speaker David Ralston really just going to listen to this? Or take Pitts' advice as heconcludes his letter saying Fulton County shouldn't be singled out but “all counties with issues”should “be subject to investigation”?And whose responsibility is it to follow through on this?Well, sure enough, guess who's leading the way? As on Monday, VoterGA broke news byannouncing the organization has obtained evidence of discrepancies in Georgia counties outsideof Fulton, which actually could be worse than Fulton itself.So, in other words, worse than this:• “A 60% error rate in the 1500+ batch totals for the reported audit results• Seven falsified tally sheets containing 850 votes for Joe Biden but 0 for DonaldTrump and Jo Jorgenson• Over 4,000 ballots that were duplicated in reporting of the audit results. Threedays of missing dropbox chain of custody forms for over 5,000 ballots• Missing tally sheets for over 50,000 ballots that were not uploaded until monthsafter the audit results were initially published”And because of this, VoterGA is now officially calling for a full independent forensic audit of allGeorgia counties—not just for the November 3rd presidential election but also for the January5th Senate runoff.And what exactly would a full forensic audit entail? Well, according to VoterGA, it wouldinclude: “forensic authenticity, security assessments, and accuracy verification”—not just for thephysical ballots but also for scanners, tabulators, and election server images.The Real Story with Natalie HarpJuly 20, 2021Opening Monologue & Interview with Garland Favorito3So, who does VoterGA propose should conduct such an audit? Well, certainly not the GeorgiaBureau of Investigations—as VoterGA is calling out David Ralston for his proposal to let theGBI handle it, especially in light of the fact that the Bureau has a track record of working withBrad Raffensperger who, as we all know, believes the last election comes down to“management” issues and not fraud.But in a way—in a way Raffensperger does not intend—he is right. It does come down to“management” issues because as President Trump so often says:“This was an election where the person that counts the votes was far more important thanthe candidate, no matter how many votes that candidate got.”That just has to change going forward. And sadly, from the Georgia Governor to the Secretary ofState to the Lieutenant Governor to the Attorney General to the “leadership” in the Georgiastatehouse and senate, no one is pushing to make right what went wrong in 2020—except for thepeople. The people may be “no one” to the powers that be or wannabe in the Georgia swamp, butthe fact of the matter is they are “the ones” saving Georgia—and as such are saving America.And that is The Real Story.Joining us now with more on this, Founder of VoterGA.org, Garland Favorito.Natalie Harp: Garland, you probably couldn't believe it when the Georgia Speaker of the Housebreaks his silence and asks, of all the people, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation toinvestigate—but not directly, he goes to Fulton County to say, you need to ask the GBI toinvestigate?Garland Favorito: Well, Natalie, we were actually not too surprised with that because the GBIis basically a tool of the politicians—particularly the leadership here in Georgia. So, of course,they would use the GBI to cover up anything they needed to cover up. But I've got to say thankyou. What I just heard from your monologue was the single best rendition of everything that’swrong in Georgia, and we really need you to come down here and be our spokesperson.Harp: Well, listen, you're doing such a good job out there. The way that you’ve put the factsforward. This has been your stories, this is the kind of evidence you witnessed, you uncovered.Now you're slowly getting the data to back up what you said. But how is that moving forward?Because you’re saying this isn't just Fulton County. These are other counties that are still missingchain-of-custody, and what else have you uncovered?Favorito: Well, we know that similar problems exist in other counties. In fact, I'm out todaycollecting ballot images so that we can analyze another county where we know there's someserious problems like Fulton. So we're going to see more falsified tally sheets, I think, as well aslarge error rates and maybe some duplicate ballots. I think this is something that’s going torepeat across counties. The thing that’s interesting about this is we didn't have this evidence untila couple of months ago because we lobbied the legislature to make these ballot images public,and they did that about two months ago, but we still had to have a court order to get these out ofFulton Country—even after they were legally, we were legally allowed to have them. But what’s The Real Story with Natalie HarpJuly 20, 2021Opening Monologue & Interview with Garland Favorito4interesting about this, Natalie, is the Secretary of State, and the Attorney General, and FultonCounty, they have had this information ever since the election was conducted. They knew aboutall of this, everything that, they certainly could have known about it. Everything that we’ve done,they should have already known. And Brad Raffensperger knew about it when he had the phonecall with President Donald Trump back there in December.Harp: You’re right. He had all this evidence but he was trying to cover it up. It's taken you allmonths to actually expose this, and the state legislature had it. So they’re not going to doanything on this. As you’re going through these other counties, do you have an idea of whatcounty is going to be second to Fulton County—or, perhaps, exceed it in terms of the fraud thatyou’re seeing? Have you heard stories about which offenders might be the most?Favorito: Well, I think it's more than I’ve heard stories. We have a significant amount ofevidence that we thought there were going to be problems with the ballot images—but once wegot the ballot images we realized they look better than the actual audit reports, it’s the auditreports and where people were falsifying information and that sort of thing. You can almost pickyour own county—Metro County, down here Metro Atlanta, it could be Cobb, Gwinnett,Douglas, DeKalb, Chatham County down in Savannah. They all appear to have very significantproblems.Harp: How soon do you think it’s going to take you to go through all this evidence and find outand would you add it to your current suit or would that be a separate filing?Favorito: That's a great question. We don't know that yet but it will take some time because wehave to, you know, we work for a living, or at least some of us work for a living and we're not onthe taxpayer dole like the Secretary of State is—who should be doing this stuff. But one thing Iwant to mention is that the purpose of this audit, which we found so many flaws in, the purposeof the audit was to verify the election results that the Secretary of State certified out of theDominion machines. So my question for the Secretary—and they'll never be able to answer thisbut—how can you use this audit to verify those certified election results when it had a 60% errorrate, falsified tally sheets, and then thousands of duplicate reported ballots? It's just not possible.Harp: No, and they kept referring to these audits like these were the full audits. They were notthe full audits in any sense of it. I know that you're still waiting on that case to slowly, you know,it seems slowly, we’re all waiting, I know you all of all people are waiting for it but for an auditof Fulton County. But as of yesterday, you're now calling for, officially with that press release,an audit of all counties. Are you looking for people to join in or how can people support thateffort?Favorito: Well, yes, of course, we can always, always get involved with VoterGA.org. We havehundreds of volunteers already, and we would love to be able to participate in auditing differentcounties. We are currently conducting a program to compare the ballot images with the auditresults so we can see what other counties have problems. We know there’s four or five of themajor counties are going to come up looking pretty much like Fulton, which calls into questionthe entire audit and the need for a real audit, an independent audit. The Real Story with Natalie HarpJuly 20, 2021Opening Monologue & Interview with Garland Favorito5Harp: And any update, real quick, on the case, when you think you’re going to have access tothe actual ballots in Fulton County?Favorito: We are trying to move ahead with that. Contrary to what the local newspaper reportedhere, our case is alive and well—virtually every single count is still in play, and we’ve nowadded four or five new counts, five or six, actually, for all this new evidence. We are hoping togo back to court maybe in August, but there is a chance that we may get the go-ahead for theinspection even before we go back to court, and we’re working that angle as well.Harp: Oh, wonderful. Garland, thank you, God bless you. You truly are a representative there, Iknow it's not an elected office but as a voter, you are an unbelievable inspiration and hero topeople out there. You’re fighting harder than all the politicians there combined. So keep it up andkeep us posted. We really are excited for you to save Georgia and expose this.Favorito: Thank you. And there are so many other people behind me as well. So, it’s a bigorganization, they are all doing wonderful things.Harp: Give them our support. We’ll see you soon, Garland.
Damn, Claire, you have a flair for drama, delivering just the margin needed at 3:00 am. I bet you had those votes counted at midnight, and just wanted to keep the world waiting.”Ms. Claire is the Executive Director of the Election Commission of the city of Milwaukee.
This is an example why military draft is good. Besides resistance to foreign wars, men who go through draft and war are no pussies and stand up for what is right.
8 million excess Biden votes identified using only Party registration numbers, and population trends
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