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Election Fraud News
June 05, 2023
Work on election fraud continues. Here are five stories you may have missed as they float under the radar.
1- Sidney has requested that YouTube restore all of her election content that YouTube deleted from her channel.
QUOTE: Boy, is there ever a loaded dump truck of potential discussion points in this subject area.
First, Google via YouTube is reversing its position and allowing content that challenges the results of the 2020 election.
"In a reversal of its election integrity policy, YouTube will leave up content that says fraud, errors or glitches occurred in the 2020 presidential election and other U.S. elections, the company confirmed to Axios Friday."
After removing "tens of thousands of videos" (their admission) previously containing content that challenged the 2020 election results, suddenly that conversation is permitted.
"Two years, tens of thousands of video removals, and one election cycle later, we recognized it was time to reevaluate the effects of this policy in today's changed landscape," YouTube said in a statement.
So, according to the script, the "threat to democracy" has suddenly diminished as the 2024 election cycle starts to become a topic of increased discussion? Yeah, right.
I read this Google change two ways: (1) This reads like a "mission accomplished and we don't need this anymore" kind of policy switch; and (2) There's that probability of Donald Trump winning the 2024 election and they need to be able to question election results again.
2- We knew this had happened. Now we have whistleblower testimony proving it.
QUOTE: As reported earlier by Cassandra Fairbanks new election fraud whistleblowers came forward on Tuesday, including one who witnessed the shipping of an estimated 144,000-288,000 completed ballots across three state lines on October 21.
The new information was made public at a press conference by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a national constitutional litigation organization.
The Amistad Project said that they have sworn declarations that state over 300,000 ballots are at issue in Arizona, 548,000 in Michigan, 204,000 in Georgia, and over 121,000 in Pennsylvania. They claim that their evidence reveals multi-state illegal efforts by USPS workers to influence the election in at least three of six swing states.
The whistleblower statements include potentially hundreds of thousands of completed absentee ballots being transported across three state lines, and a trailer filled with ballots disappearing in Pennsylvania.
Attorney Phil Kline said, "130,000 to 280,000 completed ballots for the 2020 general election were shipped from Bethpage, NY, to Lancaster, PA, where those ballots and the trailer in which they were shipped disappeared."
Truck driver Jesse Morgan was present at the press conference and spoke for 9 minutes about his unbelievable ordeal. Morgan was tasked with delivering completed ballots to Pennsylvania from New York state.
This was explosive testimony.
Jesse Morgan: In total I saw 24 gaylords, or large cardboard containers of ballots, loaded into my trailer. These gaylords contained plastic trays, I call them totes or trays of ballots stacked on top of each other. All the envelopes were the same size. I saw the envelopes had return addresses... They were complete ballots."
Jesse went on to say that he sat in Harrisburg for hours and when he was told to leave the supervisor at the post office would not give him a slip or an overtime slip so he could get paid. Jesse said the manager-supervisor was "kinda rude."
Jesse's testimony today revealed that employees at the United States Post Office were in on the conspiracy to steal the votes.
UPDATE from reader Brian: Please pass this info along. I am a professional driver, and all companies have onboard computers in the trucks. They record miles, location, departure, and arrival times. This electronic log book will be a valuable resource to verify any movement of illegal ballots. This is more unbelievable at every turn. Contact me if more info is needed. Give info to all your other staff writers please.
3- More history on Konnech, the election software company with ties to China. Independent journalist Kanekoa released new information in a Twitter thread. Read about the history and many of the captured Tweets at the link to Gateway Pundit. You can read more at Kanekoa Substack.
QUOTE: Kanekoa has another explosive investigative piece on the Konnech company. The FBI shielded and protected Konnech from investigation despite its ties to the Chinese Communist Party.
This is a Twitter post with 32 tweets for subscribers. (You can read some them at the links above)
Kanekoa confirms what has been previously reported. The FBI knew about Konnech and its ties to the Chinese Communist Party and its work with US elections. The DC FBI elites DROPPED the investigation into Konnech for some reason. This is just the latest example of the lawlessness of our top investigative agency.
In this instance it appears they are working for the Chinese Communists and against the American people. What else are they hiding?
4- Even in the state of New York people are working on uncovering voting fraud.
QUOTE: New York Citizens Audit (NYCA) has just made a huge leap from being a volunteer organization advocating for election integrity, to having their findings validated in a peer-reviewed article published in the current edition of the Journal of Information Warfare (JIW).
"The Caesar Cipher and Stacking the Deck in New York State Voter Rolls" confirms the fact that "NYCA's research has uncovered enough anomalies within New York's voter rolls to warrant further investigation."
Andrew Paquette is NYCA's director of research and one of their 2,000 volunteers. He's been documenting his journey through the voter database via his Substack account, where he regularly blogs under the pseudonym Art Zark. With the publication of his article in JIW, he's reluctantly coming out from the shadow of anonymity to the not-so-friendly political spotlight.
Paquette wrote that it took him six months to usher his article through the peer-review process, but added, "that doesn't include its first submission to a different journal, which rejected it for politicized reasons."
At the center of Paquette's findings are algorithms discovered after NYCA received its first copy of the state voter roll database, known as NYSVoter, in October 2021.
This cleared the way for a full investigation of the databases, but it took Paquette over a year and thousands of hours before he started blogging about his findings.
On May 1, NYCA once again presented their findings, this time to the NYS Legislature Election Committee. It's unclear how "Technical Briefing: NYSVoter Data Breach" was received, but Hornik summarized it to me in this way:
"Now, not only does the attorney general have the facts, as well as the secretary of state, the NYS Board of Elections, the state police and the inspector general, but now the election law committee of the NY state legislature can no longer claim ignorance of the fact that the NYSVoter database is in a loss of control breach, and it's a national emergency."
With a peer-reviewed paper now confirming the presence of algorithms that "create hidden source structure within voter ID numbers" that can be "used to covertly tag fraudulent records for later use," it's imperative that the Standing Committee on Election Law in Albany address the concerns of New York's voters as soon as possible—and before the next election.
5- Enlightening and optimistic story about True The Vote founder, Catherine Engelbrecht.
QUOTE: Engelbrecht founded the election integrity and voter's rights organization True the Vote in 2010, and she and Gregg Phillips, a True the Vote contractor, were subjects of the film "2,000 Mules," which followed the group's investigation of activity around drop boxes in the 2020 election. Investigating election integrity means challenging powerful people. It has not been comfortable.
Even though she was an American citizen, and had not entered the U.S. illegally, in October 2022, however, she spent nine days in solitary confinement at a federal immigration detention prison.
Phillips was also imprisoned—both for contempt of court—after he and she refused to disclose the name of a confidential FBI informant in a civil defamation lawsuit brought by elections software company Konnech, Inc. The company didn't like what True the Vote said about it, but later dropped the suit.
Englebrecht said, "This is free. And voting is free. And our country is good. And it's worth working for. We shouldn't take it for granted, because it can all be gone. We are in perilous times, but it is not over. We need people to wake up. If people wake up and serve, then game, set, match. We win. We get our country back for our kids."
She is optimistic, because after 2020, people woke up and started asking questions. Many people studied election processes in their states and election integrity groups formed around the country. More people are watching the complicated innerworkings of elections than in the past. Elections were meant to be run by the people, she said.
"It's been a tough learning curve. There's been a lot of misinformation. But that's just a part of liberty. Liberty is messy. It's not always going to be perfect. The key is to stay standing, keep asking the questions, and not get shut down or overwhelmed."
"We need to have a very serious national discussion on the way we cast and count votes so that it is fair to everyone. And technology and data exist to do this," Engelbrecht said. "The only reason it's not happening is because the weaknesses in the process can be manipulated and exploited for political gain."
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