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Election Steel

Democracy, Winston Churchill observed, is an unsatisfactory manner to determine political leaders, except that it is less harmful than all other alternatives. When people lose faith in elections, democracy dies. Today, increasing numbers believe elections are dishonest. To save , we must develop election steel. That is, elections must be so protected that stealing is no longer possible.

Election Steel

Election Steel means safe-proofing elections from fraud. Unless we do so, dishonesty will prevail. The perquisites for power ensure that. These same perquisites make it unlikely that those in authority will pursue these claims.

It is easy to argue there is no “proof” that election theft occurred. Those happy with the results take such a stance. Circumstantial evidence remains circumstantial if not investigated. Courts are reluctant to investigate such claims. Elections boards, often involved in the cheating, have little interest in “sunshining” what happened.

For believers and non-believers in election fraud, Elizabeth Nickson provides revealing information below. Read this piece to see if it supports your current position or not.

Anatomy of the 2022 Steal, Part 2

Maricopa, Delaware County and beyond
Elizabeth Nickson

Delaware County was in court for 9 hours Monday on a chain of custody issue. The thumb drives and votes disappeared into a closed building for six hours and no official poll watchers were allowed in. In Arizona, there is so much evidence of fraud, three of Arizona’s 15 counties have delayed certification.

The following is a primer on the five most important elements of election fraud. The language is stripped for the sake of clarity. The complexity of voter fraud makes it virtually impossible for people to understand, explain and argue. Even the most sussed start to sound insane and scattered after 90 seconds. The complexity and confusion are part of the con.

  1. Who runs the elections. In almost every township or county, the people who run elections are funded by those men (generally) who provide county services. It is absolutely critical to them that their gravy train continue. Stenstrom and Hoopes describe the pattern in Delaware County, Penn.

It is a “very tight-knit collaboration between the Uniparty and variously {sic} business interests that include closely held law firms, family accounting firms, local and county law enforcement departments that might be cooperative, local justice departments, and members of the judiciary. All of whom work together when it suits them, and any other personage with a substantial financial interest in creating an integrated political, law enforcement, and justice environment that will be favorable to them in myriad legal and financial transactions between elections. It is within this corporate fabric that the machinations of election fraud are perpetrated.”

In essence, The Machine consists of everyone who profits off the contracts and public money given out by the politicians who win. The Machine is a malignant co-operative, a unified malevolence. It consists of the men and some women in the community who sit on your county council or work for the Board of Elections. They are criminals involved in a criminal conspiracy. This is why, despite the 2020 mess in Maricopa, the same election officials were “reelected”. They are not elected, they are installed.

  1. Ballot harvesting In Canada and most European countries, the fraud is committed through ballot harvesting in immigrant communities. The men and women from each culture who do it are part of The Machine and stitched into the criminal conspiracy described above. They are feared/respected since they know how to access public money and programs. Going against them, not giving them your ballot, is unwise.

In the U.S. Mark Zuckerberg’s $450 million was spent mostly in Pivot Counties in Swing States as below, in order of expenditure:

Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware, Allegheny, Montgomery •

Georgia – Clayton, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett •

Arizona – Maricopa, Pima •

Michigan – Wayne (Detroit), Ingham, Oakland, Muskegon, Washtenaw •

Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Dane (Madison) •  Ohio – Franklin •

Florida – Miami-Dade, Leon, Broward •

North Carolina – Durham, Orange, Buncombe1

This money was largely spent “getting out the vote”, or paying people to collect ballots. Sundance gives a nice description of the methodology of ballot harvesting here and here. For instance, getting a drivers license in California enters you on the voter rolls, even if you are an illegal immigrant. In most states, after being entered on the rolls, you must be certified as an elector before you can vote. Typically, this rule is ignored. If past records say you have not voted, your vote is voted for you, via harvesting.

As we know, or should, during the 2020 election, hundreds of thousands of fake ballots were filled out in distant locations, brought to the counting centres by contracted postal workers, and entered into the system. Contracted postal workers have supplied sworn affidavits.

  1. Weaponized incompetence. Prior to the election, logic and accuracy tests are performed on all machines and processes. In Arizona, on the day of voting, when and where most R’s vote, scanners didn’t scan and printers had configuration issues and ink settings were improperly set so that ballots were unreadable. In Arizona, there were printer/tabulator failuresin 62.61% of the vote centers on election day, resulting in long lines at a majority of all vote centers, which led to de facto substantial voter suppression. People were told (illegally) to check out and check back in at another polling location, which is a violation because of ‘double voting’. and which would ensure their vote wasn’t counted. The voting machines that recorded R ballots were broken, the paper settings would not accept ballots that were one inch longer than required by the machine. When machines do not accept ballots, voters are asked to provide provisional ballots that were sequestered and “cured” (validated) later. This is a vector for fraud. It is ‘spoiliation’, an important term to remember. Tens of thousands of ballots were treated that way in Maricopa which is why the election count took so long. Provisional ballots had to be “cured”.

“Election judge Michele Swinick has come forward to report what she experienced in Maricopa County on Election Day. She worked Election Day as a judge at the Islamic Voting Center in Scottsdale, AZ. She reports that the center is heavily Republican, with “no party” designated voters as the second most populous demographic, followed by very few democrat voters, evidenced by the fact that she checked in very few of them on Election Day. She reports she spent the entire day checking in voters.
Swinick says that the tabulators all worked “perfectly” during the test the night before the election. The problem with scanning began immediately with the first ballots. Voters scanned their ballots between 4 and 12 times with very minimal success. Poll workers estimated about 1 in 10 ballots were being read for the first three hours of voting.”

Throughout the country, poll watchers reported that clerks rejected nine out of 10 of provisional ballots.

Part 1 of the piece is available here. It is worthwhile reading.

H/T Brian W

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