Before the election, President Trump repeatedly warned that mass mail-in voting would lead to election fraud and Biden ironically declared that the Democrats had “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization” in American history. Now more than one week after the election, evidence of alleged fraud is surfacing across the United States.
Alleged voting irregularities abound
According to the director of Big Data Poll, Richard Baris, in Michigan, more than 10,000 dead residents are suspected to have voted in this year’s general election. About 9,500 confirmed dead voters were marked as having returned ballots after the state’s mail voting database was compared with the Social Security Death Index (SSDI). Another 2,000 or so voters were shown to be older than 100 years but were not listed as known living centenarians.
Conservative media site Big League Politics made a secret video recording of poll worker training in Detroit where the instructor was shown training workers to treat challenged ballots like regular ballots, and to deny access to poll challengers wanting to observe vote counting. She told the trainees to call 911 on any challengers and to use COVID as an excuse to keep the observers away from the ballot handlers.
The video was ordered taken down by Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel due to its contents being “taken out of context or deceptively edited.” She threatened to prosecute the site’s owner if they did not remove all content related to the tag #DetroitLeaks.
A vote tabulation software used in 30 states, including all of the swing states, was suspected to have assigned Republican votes to Democrats. The software was provided by Dominion Voting Systems and was discovered to have given more than 6,000 votes for Trump to Biden in Antrim County, Michigan. After the “glitch” was corrected, Trump won the vote in that county.
As it turned out, Dominion has deep ties to senior Democratic Party officials. Its CEO, John Poulos, was a former chief of staff to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Richard Bloom, husband of California Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein, is a major shareholder of the company.
In addition, Poulos confirmed at a congressional testimony in January that key components of Dominion’s machines came from China.
After the 2018 elections, Russ Ramsland of Allied Security Operations Group started looking at security vulnerabilities of electronic voting machines and discovered that these privately operated voting machines were allegedly all connected to the Internet. They are susceptible to manipulation with no audit trail.
“They do it with no transparency, no supervision,” Ramsland said, describing the voting systems in an interview. “There are no security standards for how this software needs to be maintained… and most secretaries of states really don’t understand what they signed up for… because they’re now very complex systems.
“We found at least a dozen entry points where votes can, and in fact are, being switched. And the software is so bad and so porous, anyone wishing to hack the system and change votes can also change the audit trail. So what that means is you really have to catch it in real time. You can’t go back forensically in many cases and catch what happened.”
Counter-terror tools turned against Americans
On November 8, Sidney Powell, a member of Trump’s legal team, accused the Democrats of using a pair of programs named “Hammer” and “Scorecard” to change the vote tallies in real-time in favor of Biden.
Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney, former third-in-command of the Air Force, described these programs as having come from the CIA and privatized by Obama administration officials. They could change votes during the data transfer process between voting stations and data storage hubs. Unless operators at both ends were paying attention and looking for irregularities, it could not be discovered.
McInerney stated that Obama used the system in Florida in 2012, and Biden also used this system to defeat Sanders in the Democratic primary this year. He stated it was illegal to deploy these tools on the American people, and that the original developer, Dennis Montgomery, had taken a great risk to become a whistleblower to expose these plots.
On November 5, postal worker Richard Hopkins told Project Veritas that his supervisor at a Pennsylvania post office had instructed employees to postmark all ballots as November 3 even if they were received after this date so that those ballots could still be counted.
While Hopkins agreed he may have heard the conversation out of context after speaking with agents from the USPS Office of Inspector General, Project Veritas is promising another postal worker to have step forward with a similar claim. That interview has not been made public at press time.
White House presents alleged evidence
On the evening of November 10, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany spoke to Sean Hannity of Fox News: “We keep hearing the drumbeat of ‘Where is the evidence?’
“Right here Sean, 234 pages of sworn affidavits. These are real people, real allegations, signed with notaries, who are alleging the following, among other contentions, they’re alleging… in Wayne County, Michigan…
“There’s a batch of ballots where 60 percent had the same signature; 35 ballots had no voter record but they were counted anyways;
“50 ballots were run multiple times through a tabulation machine; one woman said her son was deceased but nevertheless somehow voted.
“There are many allegations in one county… where poll watchers were threatened with racial harassment. They were pushed out of the way.
“Democrat challengers were handing out documents on how to distract GOP challengers. These are real, and anyone who cares about transparency and the integrity of the system should want this to proceed to the discovery phase.”