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  • A little fraud here, a little fraud there, I see a little fraud everywhere... that might even be a little fraud in Biden's underwear

    Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers,

    Monday was the hearing on the 2020 election in Pima. A lot happened, and you need to know, so let's get into it.

    Pima County had an unusually large number of anomalies for the size of the county.

    A private investigator who investigated the 2020 election and allegations of fraud had a lot to report.
    According to Real America's Voice, we found out for the first time:

    Witness testified that labs used to certify voting machines in Arizona were NOT accredited as required by both State & Federal law. Specifically the “Help America Vote Act”. They also failed to submit docs re: conflict of interest, major shareholders, etc.

    Liz Harrington reports:

    Canvass of 172 homes in Pima County found 62 early ballots where voter is not a resident

    45 PERCENT were potentially fraudulent

    And only 52% of houses responded

    In fact, there were a number of towns with more registered voters than voting age population!

    Topawa, Arizona

    Voting Age Population: 182

    Registered "Voters": 288

    158% Registration Rate

    With single locations having 173 registered "voters"

    Then there's this town:

    Welcome to Sells, Arizona

    Voting Age Population: 1,375

    Registered "Voters": 2,762

    More than DOUBLE registered voters than population

    This one is my personal favorite:

    Frat house in Arizona has 27 registered voters.

    Their average age?


    In order to believe there was no fraud in 2020, you'd have to believe that the Will Farrell movie "Old School" was a true story, in Pima, AZ.

    As for me? I'm not buying it!
    Towns with twice the number of registered voters as voting age population.

    Frat houses with an average age of 45.

    Uncertified machines.

    Arizona was stolen in 2020.


    • Wow Donald Junior and the entire Fox News staff I was just concerned as I was about our beloved democracy. On January 6
      Always support your local wrestling tournament concession stands!!!



        by Laura Ramirez December 10, 2021

        The Racine County Sheriff’s Office announced in November that it plans to forward election fraud charges against several members of the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) to the Racine County District Attorney’s Office.

        Sheriff Christopher Schmaling has recommended criminal charges against five members of the Wisconsin Election Commission, including election fraud charges after Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul failed to conduct a statewide investigation into WEC’s decision to suspend the Special Voting Deputy process required, according to a media release.

        Sheriff Schmaling named the five commissioners as Margaret Bostelmann, Julie Glancey, Ann Jacobs, Dean Knudson, and Mark Thomsen. Robert Spindell, Jr., a Republican appointed to the committee, was the only commissioner omitted from the referral to County District Attorney Patricia Hanson.

        The announcement comes after Schmaling and lead investigator Sgt. Michael Luell held a press conference alleging that the WEC broke the law when it suspended special voting deputies (SVDs) from going to nursing homes to assist with voting and opted instead for the regular absentee ballot process. Special voting deputies are appointed by local election clerks to assist with voting, according to the Wisconsin Examiner.

        Schmaling claimed that through the regular absentee ballot process, residents of a Mount Pleasant nursing home were then illegally coerced by staff into voting. Schmaling pointed out that some of the residents are cognitively impaired.

        “We don’t want to stifle any vote,” Luell said during the press conference. “People have a right to vote, but we’re concerned that people were being taken advantage of.”

        Luell also presented a case where a woman placed a complaint after learning her deceased mother voted in the November 2020 presidential election after passing away in October. In the affidavit filed with the WEC, the woman accuses the residential care facility her mother lived in of taking “advantage” of her mother’s “diminished mental capacity and filled out ballot(s) in her name.” Her mother was a resident at Ridgewood Care Facility.

        Furthermore, Luell affirms that Section 6.875 of the Wisconsin election code requires SVDs to personally deliver ballots to residents and witness the voting process. Relatives or SVDs are allowed to help a resident with voting. After the voting process has been completed, SVDs must seal the ballot envelope and hand it to the clerk. Since SVDs were not requested to go to care facilities, Luell claims the WEC violated Section 6.875 entitled “Election Fraud.”

        The WEC denies all allegations of illegal activity.



          by Alex Caldwell December 10, 2021SHARE

          The Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections held a hearing Wednesday on the reported election irregularities that happened in the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin, also revealing that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave millions to Wisconsin Democrats to help elect Joe Biden.

          Justice Michael Gableman, who is overseeing the 2020 Wisconsin election review investigation, claimed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave $8.8 million to five Democrat mayors in Wisconsin cities under the guise of a “Covid safety” plan. Gableman alleged the funds were then switched from their intended purpose to help defeat Donald Trump and elect Biden.

          “It’s very clear that Mark Zuckerberg’s goal was to defeat Donald Trump and elect Joe Biden,” Gableman said at the hearing.
          Joe Biden was declared the winner of Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes with only 21,000 over Donald Trump in 2020, though it was revealed in the hearing that Big Tech Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may have played a roll in Biden’s “victory” over Trump.
          The New York Post reported that Zuckerberg gave $419.5 million to the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) and the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), who then donated the money to election offices.

          Former Ohio Attorney General Ken Blackwell claimed the money came with specific instructions on how it was to be spent, saying that it was spent to buy a specific amount of drop-boxes, which have been seen as problematic in the past, and bus people from Democrat-heavy areas to the polls.

          The CTCL also requested that the state adopt universal mail-in voting forever instead of in-person voting, according to the New York Post.

          Zuckerberg’s Facebook suspended Trump until at least January 2023, claiming Trump incited violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

          Although Zuckerberg was said to have played a big roll in state’s outcome in 2020, others testified at the hearing that there were many other factors that contributed to Biden’s narrow 21,000 margin “victory” in Wisconsin.

          The Wisconsin Election Commission reported on Nov. 1, 2020 that 3.68 million people were registered to vote. 3.3 million people voted in the 2020 election, meaning roughly 90 percent of Wisconsin’s “active voters” voted in the election.

          Jeff O’Donnell, a software and database engineer, testified over 119,000 “active voters” in Wisconsin were registered for 110 to 119 years, and in total, over 500,000 “active” and “inactive” voters have a 1918 registration date.

          O’Donnell testified the 1918 date could have been a placeholder date if information was missing, but that 500,000 is an alarmingly high figure.
          There are 42,000 voters in Wisconsin who are currently listed as inactive in the August 2021 file, but nevertheless voted in November 2020

          Major RED FLAG for phantom voters, which is DOUBLE the margin in the 2020 Election Scam!

          — Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 8, 2021

          O’Donnell revealed that nearly 32,000 voters who registered to vote in the six months leading up to the election are now listed as “inactive voters.” Over 42,000 people who voted in 2020 are now considered “inactive,” according to O’Donnell, who called the number of deactivations for recently activated voters “excessive.”

          O’Donnell suggested that some voters, possibly deceased, are being placed on an “inactive” status instead of being removed.

          The Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau (LAB) reported nearly 960,000 people registered as “new voters” in 2020, but nearly 46,000 of them registered with a driver’s license that did not match DMV records.
          "The hack is in our voter registration rolls…"

          Dr. Frank can use Census data to predict ballots for all 72 counties in Wisconsin

          You know who was using Census data? The Democrat groups funded by Mark Zuckerberg

          — Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 8, 2021

          Dr. Doug Frank also testified that the biggest election issues came from voter registration rolls, saying that databases were inflated to make turnout appear lower.

          Wisconsin reported over 72 percent of registered voters voted in the 2020 election, although this figure has been debunked according to figures from their own election’s website.

          The 72 percent figure is found when dividing the amount of ballots casts (3.3 million) by the amount of voting-age adults in the state (4.5 million in 2019). Not all voting-age adults voted, so dividing the amount of votes cast by this figure makes the state’s turnout appear lower.

          Instead, real turnout is found when dividing the amount of ballots cast (3.3 million) by the amount of registered voters (3.68 million) on November 1, 2020, meaning roughly 90 percent voted in 2020.

          While Wisconsin has same-day registration, and people can register on election day, and more people were registered to vote than what was reported in November, turnout would then be 86 percent, not even close to the 72 percent figure reported by Wisconsin.

          According to Dr. Frank, 90 percent turnout is not in lines with typical election turnout, and this is much higher than normal.

          In Wisconsin, someone can register to vote after registration rolls are reported. Dr. Frank testified it is likely people got registered after the deadline, voted, and then were removed from voting rolls before the next reporting date.
          This is how they cheat!

          Milwaukee lost 1 in 4 of its voters over the course of a year

          25% of all of its "active" voters were turned to inactive after 2016…and then they were all added back again!

          "You didn't grow in population that much, something else is going on

          — Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 8, 2021

          Additionally, he testified 149,000 “active voters” became inactive after the 2016 election, saying Milwaukee even lost 25 percent of their registered active voters. However, all of them somehow voted in 2020.

          “You didn’t grow in population that much, something else is going on,” Dr. Frank testified.

          It was reported in the hearing that after the 2020 election, 64,000 people who voted in the election became “inactive.” 157,000 voters reportedly had the same registration number.

          The Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau already conducted an allegedly non-partisan audit of the state’s election results, making 30 recommendations for the Wisconsin Elections Commissions to consider, while revealing dozens of election irregularities, including nearly seven percent of mail-in ballots missing witness information.

          Last month, Wisconsin State Rep. Ramthun (R) presented a resolution to decertify the state’s 2020 election results, which Republicans could very well do based on the evidence building around the election discrepancies.



            by Grace Saldana December 8, 2021

            A public hearing on Wisconsin’s voter rolls on Wednesday revealed widespread opportunity for election fraud through old voter rolls.

            According to the state’s Committee on Campaign and Elections, there are 119,283 “active voters” and hundreds of thousands more “inactive” voters who have been registered for over a century.

            This number, which totals over 500,000, leaves the door wide open for bad actors to cast invalid votes on behalf of those names who have since passed away sometime in the past 100 years.

            Also sounding the alarm is 42,000 voters listed as “inactive” as of August 2021, but somehow voted in the November 2020 election.

            Liz Harrington, President Donald Trump’s official spokeswoman, emphasized this “Major RED FLAG for phantom voters, which is double the margin in the 2020 Election Scam!”
            There are 42,000 voters in Wisconsin who are currently listed as inactive in the August 2021 file, but nevertheless voted in November 2020

            Major RED FLAG for phantom voters, which is DOUBLE the margin in the 2020 Election Scam!

            — Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 8, 2021

            This hearing comes amid increasing attention on Wisconsin’s 2020 election results, being that it was a swing state Trump heavily focused on during the campaign and was poised to win. After winning Wisconsin in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, Trump allegedly lost it to Joe Biden by a slim margin of just 20,682 votes.

            Because of the speculation regarding the legitimacy of the results, GOP lawmakers recently succeeded in pressing the state to conduct a 2020 election audit, which yielded shocking levels of irregularities and evidences of fraud.

            Since then, a sheriff in Racine County filed criminal referrals against Wisconsin election officials due to what they believe is election tampering.

            One Wisconsin lawmaker, after having seen the mountainous proof of an insecure presidential election, has called to decertify the 2020 presidential election.


            • Dirty Voter Rolls And Mail-In Ballots Key Issues in Pima County Hearing

              Wendi Strauch Mahoney
              December 14, 2021

              Pima Hearing/Finchem

              Voter registration rolls and the need for good canvassing were a key focus of the Pima County hearing on Dec. 13 in Tucson, Arizona. Coordinated by Rep. Mark Finchem and Sen. Sonny Borelli, the hearing highlighted the need for canvassing initiatives as a way to put to rest many of the remaining questions from the 2020 election. The panel members included State Senator Sonny Borrelli, Senator Wendy Rogers, Senator Kelly Townsend, State Rep. Mark Finchem, Rep. Leo Biasiucci, Rep. Theresa Martinez, Rep. Neal Carter, and Rep. Judy Burges.

              Before the hearing started, Finchem spoke about why a Pima County hearing is important to the electorate:

              At the beginning of the hearing, Finchem read an email from a whistleblower allegedly showing a plot to “embed” 35,000 votes into the Pima County election for the Democrats. The Oct. 10, 2020 letter was addressed to the criminal division at the DOJ.

              Transcription/Gateway Pundit/Finchem Reads Whistleblower letter.
              Canvassing is time-consuming work requiring a dedicated force of volunteers willing to go door-to-door. As seen in Maricopa County, it was a small group of citizens who performed a canvass. One of the Pima County teams was formed by a couple of citizens, led by Lisa Budisavljevic, who are also licensed private detectives. They performed a canvass in Pima because they were worried about the results of the election. They found similar issues to those found in the Maricopa County canvass; voters who had moved out of state who allegedly still voted in the election, dead voters, and individuals “who had not been at the [canvassed] address for two years.” The group went to 152 different addresses that “were associated with 424 ballots.” Of the 424 ballots, they “found 68 that were suspicious…or could be potentially fraudulent.”
              Canvassing/Lisa Budisavljevic
              There was also a digital (maps) and door-knocking canvass led by Pima County GOP Chairwoman Shelley Kais. She knocked on 172 doors “with the potential to interview 481 voters.” People answered the door 52 percent of the time. Her group found “62 early ballots where the voter is not a resident.” 45% of the people they spoke to “indicated that a ballot was received, but they did not know who the person was.” Her team also found the town of Sells—which is next to a reservation—had more people voting than those who live there. Kais explained her findings:

              “The population of Sells, Arizona is 2,121. There are 675 housing units, of which 591 housing units are occupied. 64.8% of the population is over the age of 18 and, therefore, eligible to vote. That would make 1,375 people eligible to vote in Sells, Arizona. Our data shows that 2,762 people are in the voter database. That’s double the people eligible to vote according to the 2020 census.”
              [Kais Testimony/Pima Hearing
              Kais confirmed, for example, that there were 1,133 registered voters in one location in Sells. She says the location may well be a “chamber house” because sometimes individuals on reservations do not have an address and use an agreed-upon location for their registered address. A discussion ensued about using coordinates for reservation dwellings to avoid the issue of multiple registrations at one address. She also mentioned having found a fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, that had 27 registered voters with an average age of 45. In her canvassing sample, she showed 68 instances where more than 16 people voted from the same location.

              Sells is the “Capitol” to a large Indian reservation in Topawa, Arizona. According to the Tohono O’odham Nation website, the Nation “is a federally-recognized tribe that includes approximately 28,000 members occupying tribal lands in Southwestern Arizona. The Nation is the second-largest reservations in Arizona in both population and geographical size, with a land base of 2.8 million acres and 4,460 square miles, approximately the size of the State of Connecticut. Its four non-contiguous segments total more than 2.8 million acres at an elevation of 2,674 feet. The largest community, Sells, functions as the Nation’s capitol.”

              Reservations and cities around them are often targeted by political operatives before and during elections in bribe-for-votes schemes, phantom voters, and multiple ballots sent from the same address.

              Kais said that in Topawa, there were multiple locations with large numbers of voters. The population there is 233 individuals. For example, at one location alone, there were 173 voters. The voting age population size should be 182, but she found 288 registered “voters” in Topawa. That is a 158% registration rate.
              TOPAWA, ARIZONA

              VOTING AGE POPULATION: 182

              REGISTERED "VOTERS": 288

              158% REGISTRATION RATE


              — LIZ HARRINGTON (@REALLIZUSA) DECEMBER 13, 2021

              The Pima County hearing reaffirmed that there were no official canvassing efforts. When the independent auditors and the Senate Republicans attempted to make canvassing a part of the audit effort, both the Democrats and the DOJ fought any efforts to run an official canvass.

              Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas—the lead forensic auditor in the Maricopa County election investigation—testified in the hearing that the Democrats resisted a canvass because they were worried private voter information would be revealed in the process; which is a “civil rights violation.” In fact, as Logan explained, all canvassers would have asked about would have been “the method of the individual’s vote, if the person voted—yes or no— and when they voted. The goal is to close the loop so that only those who are registered voters vote.”

              Pima County is second to Maricopa County in terms of size. Only limited, citizen-initiated canvasses have been performed in the two counties. Pima produces about 15 percent of the state’s votes and is a Democrat-heavy county. Clean voter registration rolls would greatly contribute to election integrity in the state.

              Seth Keshel’s slides allegedly showed that the state did not show population growth commensurate with the numbers of registered voters, indicating the rolls are bloated with fraudulent voters. Keshel has closely studied voter registration trends after the 2020 election. On his Telegram channel, he explains that voter registration “is the most accurate indicator of election trajectory” and can be used to identify issues in elections.

              Keshel also said during the hearing that Pima County voter registration numbers in 2020 stretch credulity. There was a gain of 94,085 registered voters in 2020 when in previous elections, the number had been half that many or much less.
              Seth Keshel/Chart/Pima Hearing
              State GOP Chairwoman, Kelli Ward, gave some highlights from the hearing, emphasizing the need to clean Arizona’s voter rolls. She states that more than 20 precincts were canvassed in Pima, showing some significant evidence that must be investigated. She also mentioned the SolarWinds breach, which may have compromised Pima County servers, per Doug Logan. Logan stated that Pima County was affected, but investigators were never told to what extent the breach may have affected data on the servers.

              Other issues mentioned included issues with record-keeping, data files, duplicate passwords, alleged internet-connected voting systems, issues with chain of custody for ballots and thumb drives, and the fact there were allegedly “no current certificates of accreditation” for the voting machines, which would technically render the votes cast to be illegal. There was also alleged evidence of finagling of dates on the certificates once the lapsed certification was pointed out, according to Ms. Eldon, who testified on the matter. The Help American Vote Act (HAVA) requires that election equipment be accredited by approved contractors every two years. Election equipment is designated as “critical infrastructure.”

              Phil Evans spoke about algorithms and mathematical analysis of the election, mentioning Dr. Shiva’s Fishtail report. He shared what he called a “major anomaly,” as he posted a graph of the 249 precincts in Pima County and described Shiva’s findings. He conjectured that it was possible that a “high number of illegal ballots” may have been injected into certain precincts, creating an artificially high turnout in Democrat precincts—altering the election results in an election that only gave Biden a margin of about 11,000 votes in the state.

              Senator Wendy Rogers assembled some notes on the hearing and posted them on her website:
              Wendy Rogers’ Notes
              Doug Logan emphasized that ballots are not being regarded seriously enough in America, reminding the panel that “ballots should be seen as currency.” Rep. Finchem perked up in agreement with Logan’s statement because he has been doggedly pursuing watermarked, serialized security ballots for elections. He has been in contact with Secretaries of State across the country. Some attended Monday’s hearing and spoke about their commitment to election integrity.


              • A massive load of inexplicable 2020 election anomalies can be seen here.



                • Hey mal, All your research finally paid off. They caught them!
                  Always support your local wrestling tournament concession stands!!!


                  • Whistleblower's Pre-Election Email Reveals Plot To Embed 35,000 Ballots In Pima County, Arizona

                    DANIEL DECEMBER 17, 2021

                    The United States is now more than a year removed from the contentious 2020 Presidential Election. Throughout the last year, mounting evidence has been uncovered to prove that it was not a fair and honest election. There was fraud. Democrats cheated.

                    Nevertheless, even moderate liberals use the fallback response, “not widespread” to describe what is the truth. However, just like insisting that the election results were 100 percent secure, this is a lie. Piles of testimony and documents are proving there was widespread election fraud.

                    Exactly one week after the polls closed on November 10, 2020, a newly discovered whistleblower sent an email. Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem acquired the authentic whistleblower email that was dated November 10, 2020.

                    Finchem read the email into the record. It described a seditious plot to automatically embed the vote logs with 35,000 Democrat votes. This means that every Democrat on the ballot mysteriously started with 35,000 votes.

                    The notification also forbade anyone part of the scheme from bringing a camera, cell phone or any type of recording device. These crooks obviously didn’t want any evidence left behind. This is clearly voter fraud.

                    It’s also the obvious reason why many precincts, especially in swing states such as Arizona, had thousands more votes than they had registered voters. Again, this is clearly fraud and there’s now documented proof it happened. The reports of voter fraud in Arizona don’t end there.

                    Multiple undocumented ballots came from a fraternity house. Oddly enough, at a school where the average student age is roughly 20-years-old, these votes were from voters with an average age of 45

                    There have been investigations into suspicious addresses on mail-in ballots as well. At least 200 of these investigations have found homeowners who had no idea who the person on the mail-in ballot was.

                    These votes did not come from people who lived at the address on the ballot. Multiple news sources, such as the Gateway Pundit, have also uncovered other alarming evidence of blatant fraud.

                    One precinct in Pima County, Arizona produced a voter turnout that exceeded 100 percent of their registered voters. It doesn’t take a Ph.D. in mathematics to realize something isn’t right with these numbers.

                    In fact, they essentially prove fraud. There were also 40 or more other precincts that reported a whopping 97 percent turnout rate on mail-in ballots. These numbers do not line up with the percentage of voters in these precincts who showed up to vote in person.

                    Once again, something smells awfully fishy. Other precincts, including virtually everyone in Pima County, recorded double the number of registered voters over the population. The question to answer now isn’t “if voter fraud was rampant during the 2020 Presidential Election”.

                    Evidence continues to mount that there was. The eventual question will be, how can “the big steal” be undone? Unfortunately, with a wall of radical liberals blocking the truth, Americans must adjudicate justice at the polls in November 2024.


                    • Originally posted by oldpioneer View Post
                      Hey mal, All your research finally paid off. They caught them!
                      Good work OP, you have identified the problem. There is no possible way to identify who these voters voted for, so we can remove their votes.


                      • Even the snakes get to vote in Pima County.


                        COOTER DECEMBER 17, 2021
                        Even if you scour mainstream media for authentic news about ongoing investigations into voter fraud during the 2020 Presidential Election, you’ll find little. What your dig will uncover in the bowels of the mainstream media is a continued insistence that election fraud is a “big lie”.

                        It’s not. Mounds of evidence are being uncovered virtually every week. It’s proving that to dismiss the magnitude of fraud is the big lie. Oddly enough, virtually every place with suspicious voter activity, or strange final vote counts, is within a “battleground” or essential “swing state”.

                        These are the places Joe Biden had to win to have any chance of securing enough Electoral College votes to be named the winner. Many experts still do not believe he did. The more investigations reveal the higher and higher the likelihood is that he did not win.

                        Biden cheated. President Trump is correct. The 2020 Presidential Election was “the big steal”, not the “big lie”. Arizona is one state with huge questions. Highly suspicious activity occurred in Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania as well.

                        The ongoing investigations happening across various precincts in Arizona have been extremely revealing. One such investigation involves startling discoveries in Pima County, Arizona. Recently, there was an Election Integrity Hearing.

                        A number of important players including, State Senators, Sonny Borrelli, Wendy Rogers, Kelly Townsend, plus five State Representatives Mark Finchem, Leo Biasiucci, Theresa Martinez, Neal Carter, and Judy Burges attended the hearing.

                        Representative Finchem chaired the session. What they reported was astonishing. The data defied all sense of logic. There is no way the numbers that were uncovered could be legit. Therefore, Joe Biden’s victory in Arizona was not legit.

                        Besides finding strange and unaccounted for mail-in votes throughout the county, there were also fictitious votes that came from a college fraternity house. Of the supposed 27 registered voters, the average age of these “students” was 45-years-old.

                        This sounds like a perfect plot line for a Rodney Dangerfield comedy, but not a realistic age for college students living at a fraternity house. It was fraud. So too were the more than 100 mail-in votes that came from houses where the name on the ballot did not live.

                        Other precincts in Pima County produced even more alarming facts. One town had a voter registration tally of its population that hit 200 percent. Another town maxed out at 158 percent registration rate. These towns certainly did “get out the vote”.

                        Problem is, there is no possible way any organization could produce voter registration counts that were higher than the number of documented residents living there. It was fraud, big fraud. There was one place in Topawa, Arizona that supposedly had 173 registered voters.

                        No one can account for who these voters were. Maybe they were patriotic illegal migrants? Regardless, these were not authentic registrations. Once again, Joe Biden cheated. The investigation shifted to a place called Sells, Arizona. What Sells, Arizona sold, is vote fraud.

                        Sells, Arizona, has a voting age population of 1,375. Not a lot of votes. However, Sells, Arizona, really worked hard to “get out the vote”. Sells, Arizona managed to register more than twice as many voters as it has people. This may sound redundant, but Joe Biden cheated.

                        The 40 registered voters from the Customs and Border Patrol Office in Lukeville, Arizona, cannot be ignored. There aren’t that many agents who work from this office, let alone live there, to legally register to vote. But the CBP office in Lukeville showed 40 voter registrations.

                        In what clearly appears to be a drastic clerical error, Arizona certified Joe Biden’s win by 10,457 votes. The chunks of evidence already produced will slice that margin to virtually zero. How many more fraudulent votes slipped under the wire in Arizona?

                        Canvass of 172 homes in Pima County found 62 early ballots where voter is not a resident

                        45 PERCENT were potentially fraudulent

                        And only 52% of houses responded

                        — Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 13, 2021

                        We guarantee there was enough fraud. It’s what pushed Joe Biden over the top. He did not win Arizona. Likewise, there are dozens upon dozens of incidents of fraud in each of the other swing states awarded to Biden. He didn’t win those either. What happened during the 2020 Presidential Election was unconscionable.

                        Joe Biden stole from more than just President Donald Trump. Biden stole from the American people. He stole one of the most cherished parts of our democracy. He stole our vote. The 2020 Presidential Election was a fraud. Joe Biden is a fraud. He must be held accountable.


                        • Shame on those nasty folks for trying to make the voting process more reliable.


                          • It has become a long standing tradition in Pennsylvania to always have more votes than voters.
                            Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers,

                            So much coming out now- problems in Wisconsin, problems in Pima County AZ, and now- problems revealed in Pennsylvania!

                            You recall PA? When President Trump was up over 600,000 on election night?

                            Where Philly excluded observers, even when ordered to allow them by the U.S. Supreme Court?
                            According to Liz Harrington:

                            In Philadelphia County:

                            792 out of 1,703 precincts had more votes than voters

                            These precincts account for 346,484 votes for President

                            It is against the law to certify these results without an investigation, which has not been conducted

                            It is literally illegal to certify an election in Pennsylvania if the books don't match. And the quantity of precincts where the impossible took place, make it clear: PA should never have been certified.
                            Philly and Pittsburgh were problems, and everyone knew it, in 2020. And lo and behold, the numbers don't match up!

                            PA law provides for the election not to be certified. We should decertify!

                            People don't understand how bad this problem is- how flawed the system is. The laws are too weak. We need to strengthen the laws, audit 2020, and decertify every state with problems.


                            • Mal, at this point I hold little hope that anything concrete will come out that nullifies the Presidential election. The best we can reasonably expect, it seems to me, is making sure these issues are dealt with in one way or another by the midterms. I'm optimistic that Republicans are going to absolutely kick butt. Let's go Brandon!!!!


                              • Jan. 6 Is Looking Like a ‘Fedsurrection’

                                Roger Kimball

                                December 20, 2021 Updated: December 20, 2021


                                Things are always worse than they seem.

                                That seems to be a good rule of thumb these days.

                                Take the FBI.

                                Every sentient person knows that the Bureau has had a rough couple years.

                                The Russia Collusion hoax revealed an agency shot through with corruption and partisan bias.

                                But the rot goes far beyond the large handful of top Bureau bad hats: the James Comeys, the Andrew McCabes, the Peter Strzoks, and Kevin Clinesmiths.

                                It also goes back far beyond the election of 2016.

                                Holman Jenkins, writing in The Wall Street Journal, lists a handful of the many shocking instances in which the agency was “hip deep” in corruption, incompetence, or some combination of the two.

                                His conclusion? Abolish the FBI.

                                “By now,” Jenkins writes, “after its performance in the 2016 election, the evidence might seem conclusive that the agency is a failed experiment, however able and dedicated many of its agents. … The agency should be scrapped and something new built to replace it.”

                                This is a conclusion echoed by the storied civil-rights lawyer Harvey Silverglate.

                                Writing in The Boston Globe, Silverglate notes that the corruption of the FBI is “too deeply embedded for effective reform.”

                                “The best solution,” he concludes, “The best solution is to abolish the FBI and start anew. We need to rethink the kind of agency needed to investigate federal crimes.”

                                But perhaps the most shocking litany of rot at the FBI has been compiled by Darren Beattie at Revolver News.

                                Beattie’s latest story revolves around Ray Epps, a Phoenix-based professional provocateur and, apparently, FBI asset.

                                Epps was originally near the top of the FBIs list of “most wanted” figures from the Jan. 6 protest-cum-riot at the Capitol.

                                Then a funny thing happened.

                                Epps’s name was purged from the FBI files.

                                Some 700 people have been arrested for their part in the Jan. 6 demonstration.

                                But Epps and a handful of other major players in that drama remain unindicted.

                                Indeed, although the FBI surely knows their identity, they remain nameless to the public, known only through amateur video footage of the event.

                                Hence their colorful soubriquets: “ScaffoldCommander,” “FenceCutterBulwark,” “BlackSkiMask,” etc.

                                Beattie shows that what the media label an “insurrection” is almost certainly better described as a “Fedsurrection.”

                                And when I say “shows,” I mean shows.

                                His long essay doesn’t just describe what happened.

                                It is punctuated by scores of photos and video clips that prove the accuracy of what he describes.

                                We do not know with 100 percent certainty that the figures who organized and orchestrated the breach of the Capitol did so at the instigation of federal authorities.

                                But it sure looks that way.

                                Beattie takes us step by step from the moment on Jan. 5 when Epps whipped up a crowd and told them, over vocal objections from various demonstrators, that they were going to the Capitol the next day.

                                Beattie shows how other actors calmly removed fences and signage on Jan. 6, clearing a path for the protestors, who were carefully funneled through that one walkway up to the Capitol.

                                “Okay we’re in!” shouted the man known as “Scaffold Commander,” so called because he was perched, magaphone in hand, atop a tall tower overlooking the Capitol complex.

                                “We’re in!” he shouted. “Come on! We gotta fill up the Capitol! Come on! Come now! We need help. We gotta fill up the Capitol! They got in.”

                                Will coincidences never end? The blue and white megaphone he was using was identical to blue and white megaphones used by other people directing the crowd.

                                Beattie is not the only person to notice the oddity of it all. This Twitter thread, published the day after the event. “What happened yesterday was not as it seemed.”

                                Indeed. “What makes the ScaffoldCommander-Ray Epps affair complete,” Beattie noted, “is that they appeared to work in tandem from start to finish the entire day on 1/6.”

                                “Both set up positions at the initial 12:50 p.m. ‘Big Bang’ breach site, and they did so before the Proud Boys arrived.”

                                “The official story, you will recall, says that the Proud Boys group caused the riot.”

                                But they didn’t.

                                A review of the video footage shows a handful of main players that day.

                                None have been indicted.


                                The simplest explanation is that the people who took down the fences and the “restricted area” signs, who loudly directed crowd into the Capitol, were federal assets.

                                Beattie is right. “If Ray Epps was acting on instructions from a government handler from any federal agency (FBI, ATF, Pentagon, DHS, DEA, anything), we now are talking about perhaps the single most egregious caught-on-camera intelligence operation in our lifetimes.”

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