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HARD EVIDENCE OF ELECTION FRAUD Options
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#221 Posted : Thursday, December 22, 2022 5:23:39 PM

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At Michigan State University, in East Lansing Michigan, there were a series of apartments known as “Cherry Lane Apartments.” These apartments, built in the 50’s, were on a street named Cherry Lane. This location is a little over three miles east of the Michigan State Capitol.



Between 2005-2010 the apartments were torn down, and the street itself was made into a park as reported by the Lansing State Journal. Another news report claims all structures were being torn down as of July 2011.
But votes in 2020 and 2022 are still coming from the Cherry Lane apartments from people registered at that nonexistent address, from a street that no longer exists.

Under Michigan law, a voter’s residence must be the location they actually reside at more than half of the year. Voters must be residents of the state. Voters are not supposed to be automatically registered. The Michigan Secretary of State is supposed to use databases to help determine who has moved out of state. Under Michigan law, a voter who is absent from their home must have a functioning mailing address for the postmaster to forward their ballots. Instead, ballots are being mailed directly to addresses selected by the voter.

There were 47 remaining voter registrations left at Cherry Lane for the 2022 election, of which 8 cast absentee ballots. There were 50 registrations in the 2020 election, and 15 absentee ballots coming from the non-existent Cherry Lane. At least 9 absentee ballots were cast in the 2016 general election from this non-existent street.

EXCLUSIVE: Investigator Finds Major Michigan Voter Fraud 3 Miles from State Capitol


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#222 Posted : Friday, December 23, 2022 4:44:59 PM

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“Elections director Scott Jarrett confirms that the printer setting change that led to the mass disenfranchisement of Arizona voters DID occur the morning of election day,” the Kari Lake War Room reported.

Also in Thursday testimony, election modeling expert Richard Baris said that his projections showed as many as 40,000 voters were disenfranchised over Election Day chaos in Arizona’s Maricopa County. Baris said he would “have no doubt” that she would’ve won the election had there been no issues at polling centers.

Baris testified that 25,000 to 40,000 voters were disenfranchised in the county due to his estimation that roughly one in five vote centers had problems ballot tabulator machines in the first hours of Election Day.

“We’ve got about 20% of the locations out there where there’s an issue with the tabulator,” Maricopa Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates said on election night. Election officials, however, told voters their ballots would still be counted as a result of redundancy protocols.

The vote margin between Lake and Hobbs is 17,117 votes.

Under cross examination, Kenneth Mayer, a political science professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, admitted that he didn’t verify the accuracy of the wait times provided by Maricopa County.

Much of the chaos on Election Day in Maricopa County was the appearance of the “shrink to fit” ballots, which had been used in three prior elections.

Kari Lake’s legal team attained a legal victory by given authority to randomly inspect ballots from Maricopa County’s election as part of her 70-page lawsuit that Lake filed against top state election officials.

The ruling authorized Lake‘s team’s to inspect 50 random ballots cast on Election Day from six polling stations in Maricopa County.

During ballot inspection, it was revealed that 48 of 113 ballots reviewed were 19-inch ballots produced on 20-inch paper.

This one-inch discrepancy caused ballot tabulators to reject thousands of votes and sowed chaos on Election Day in Maricopa County.


An expert witness testified there are only two ways for the 19-inch image to have been projected onto the 20 in ballot, which would cause tabulator errors.

The witness verified that both methods required an administrator to change and it could not have happened by chance or error.



It wasn’t just the absence of sensible and trustworthy procedures that has led to a crisis of confidence in Arizona’s election results. It was the complete lack of election security that further undermined the results’ credibility.

As reported by Kari Lake’s War Room, the Arizona election contractor Runbeck played a decisive role in the Maricopa County chaos. Runbeck was also the ballot supply contractor for the dysfunctional Harris County election in 2022, and the Fulton County election in 2020.



“Runbeck employees describe trucks coming in with no corresponding documentation,” KLWR reported. “No chain of custody was kept during this transport. When Runbeck reached out to Maricopa County they said it wasn’t ‘necessary.’ This is the complete breakdown of election law.”

“Remember the participation of Runbeck in this process AT ALL is already in violation of Arizona State statute,” the account added. “Couple that with the fact that ballots were dropped off, countedASL-AgeSexLocation, and taken out with NO documentation.”

During the court hearing, the Maricopa County Recorder Steven Richer admitted that the county doesn’t even adhere to state law requiring a chain of custody for ballots. The county ‘deems’ the right amount at the central tabulation facility.

Internal communications between top election officials in Maricopa County in the aftermath of Election Day reveal that they struggled to reconcile a discrepancy of almost 16,000 in outstanding ballot totals, as was reported by Just the News.

“Unable to currently reconcile SOS listing with our estimates from yesterday,” Richer wrote. Maricopa County estimated having 392,000 ballots left to be counted, while the secretary of state’s website said there were 407,664 ballots left.

“So there’s a 15,000 difference somewhere,” Richer said, but the discrepancy cited was closer to 16,000.

Maricopa County’s elections have become a complete mockery of the democratic process. Adding insult to injury, the “victor” Katie Hobbs certified the results of the botched election that she ran herself. If something doesn’t change, the America that our forefathers fought to preserve and defense will be over.


Maricopa County Elections Director Confirms ‘Bombshell’ Error in Arizona Election That Was Caused ON Election Day


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#223 Posted : Sunday, December 25, 2022 10:02:55 AM

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BREAKING: Judge Dismisses Kari Lake’s Election Lawsuit on Christmas Eve – Lake to Appeal Ruling


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#224 Posted : Sunday, December 25, 2022 10:48:56 PM

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Judge Peter Thompson ruled that when 60% of election centers have broken machines and hundreds of thousands of ballots are counted without chain of custody, this constitutes a free and fair election.

It is crooked officials like Judge Thompson who will bring down this great nation.

Here again, are the key points ignored by Judge Thompson in Kari Lake’s lawsuit.

Judge Thompson had to go out of his way to ignore Arizona election laws to dismiss this case.







10 Key Points of the lawsuit, which can be read in full at SaveArizonaFund.com:

·  Cyber Expert Clay Parikh: Machine Failures that Arizona voters experienced on election day could not have occurred absent intentional misconduct. In summary, the errors were the result of deliberate actions and could have been prevented.

·  Between 15,603 and 29,257 Republican voters disenfranchised. Over 300,000 mail-in ballots had no chain of custody. This is a violation of Arizona law.

·  Whistleblowers: Tens of thousands of illegal ballots counted, many with little to no signature verification.

·  59% of the 223 Voting Centers in Maricopa County had printer and tabulator failure on election day. Reminder: Election Day Voters went for 3 to 1 for Kari Lake. Clear voter disenfranchisement in primarily red districts (Rich Baris Numbers)

·  Uncounted “Door 3 Ballots” were co-mingled with already tabulated ballots. There is strong reason to believe the actual number of door 3 ballots is far greater than the reported 16,724

·  Katie Hobbs and Stephen Richer both colluded with the federal government to censor constituents. This is election interference and a violation of the First Amendment.

·  Conflicts of Interest:

o   Bill Gates – Spent the last two years obstructing every election integrity effort in AZ and contributed to a PAC that sought to undermine “America First” candidates

o   Stephen Richer – Formed and used a well-funded PAC to defeat Kari Lake

o   Katie Hobbs Secretary of State – governed over her own election

o   Steven Gallardo – he is now a member of Katie Hobbs’ transition team.

·  Runbeck Whistleblower says 298,942 early ballots had no chain of custody.

·  Maricopa County adds 25,000 ballots to totals AFTER election day.

·  Video footage, first-hand accounts, and expert testimony directly contradict Maricopa County officials’ public statements deliberately attempting to downplay these events.

These points are all thoroughly supported by the affidavits of whistleblowers within the system and backed by written expert testimony.

 In addition to skillfully laid out details of a completely botched election day, the lawsuit also names Secretary of State Hobbs as a corrupt operator who successfully silenced her political enemy’s freedom of speech by demanding Twitter take down their tweets which were critical of her.


Judge Peter Thompson Rules Elections with Broken Machines in 60% of Precincts and No Chain of Custody for Ballots Are Free, Fair and Certifiable




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#225 Posted : Friday, December 30, 2022 6:29:21 PM

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Brunson Brothers | Will Justice Ever Be Served? Brunson Brothers’ U.S. Supreme Court Rule 11 Court Case 22-4007 & 22-380 + Is the Case Realistic? ~ Dec. 30, 2022


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#226 Posted : Sunday, January 1, 2023 4:21:26 PM

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HUGE BREAKING NEWS: Kari Lake Files Appeal In Lawsuit To Overturn Maricopa County 2022 Election


Kari Lake filed a Petition for Special Action in the Arizona Court of Appeals last night in her 2022 Election lawsuit to set aside the Maricopa County General Election, arguing the trial court dismissed “explosive findings.”


As was reported, Judge Peter Thompson dismissed the lawsuit last Saturday, Christmas Eve, despite the clear and convincing evidence presented by Lake’s attorneys of massive voter disenfranchisement targeting Republicans and obviously false testimony by elections officials.

Prior to the trial, Thompson dismissed all counts of the lawsuit except for Count II and Count IV, regarding the massive failure of ballot-on-demand printers and tabulators on election day and the major chain of custody issues that could overturn the election.

Eight of ten counts alleging violation of freedom of speech ahead of the election, fraudulent signatures on mail-in ballot affidavits, discrimination against Republican voters, due process violation, unconstitutional mail-in ballot procedure, and improper certification were dismissed before trial.

The two-day trial featured testimony from expert witnesses and Maricopa County officials.

Katie Hobbs is scheduled to be sworn in on Monday “notwithstanding the significant and important legal errors underpinning the trial court’s decision dismissing all but two claims as a matter of law and deciding the remaining two claims under a legally defective standard of review,” states the filing.

On Election Day in Maricopa County, over 50% of tabulators and printers failed the moment that polls opened, causing voters to be turned away from the polls and creating long wait times of four hours or more. This was caused by a printer setting that was changed on election day, which printed 19-inch ballot images on 20-inch ballot paper.

According to cybersecurity expert Clay Parikh’s testimony, this was an intentional act aimed at disenfranchising Republican voters who turned out 3:1 for Trump-Endorsed candidates.

Maricopa County Elections Director Scott Jarrett testified at least four times on Day one of the trial that 19-inch ballot images were not printed onto 20-inch ballot papers, and he had “no knowledge” of this occurring.
The next day, Jarrett changed his testimony to state that he learned of a fit-to-paper issue “a few days after Election Day” that printed “a slightly smaller image of a 20-inch image on a 20-inch paper ballot.”

The petition states, “Jarrett testified that Maricopa’s tabulators were configured to only read a 20 inch ballot image in the 2022 general election. Appx:148-51 (id., 51:13- 54:1music). Any other sized ballot image could not be read by a tabulator and would be rejected. Appx:152 (id., 55:2-10). Jarrett testified at least four times that he did not know of, nor did he hear of, a 19 inch ballot image projected onto 20 inch paper in the 2022 general election.”

Additionally, the petition claims that the trial court misrepresented witness testimony by Heather Honey regarding the chain of custody failures that rendered nearly 300,000 ballots invalid. This testimony was also corroborated by a Runbeck Election Services Whistleblower, who testified that Runbeck received 298,942 ballots on Election Day, which includes the EV ballots. The required chain of custody for these ballots does not exist.

“The trial court held that Plaintiff’s witness, Heather Honey, who testified for Plaintiff regarding Maricopa’s ballot CoC failures, ‘admit[ted] that Defendants did in fact generate the documents they were required to, and otherwise affirms the County’s compliance with election processes.’ December 24, 2022 Ruling at 5-6. 

Honey did no such thing.

Further, the trial court ignored the admissions by Maricopa officials discussed in Statement of Facts, Section C, showing they clearly violated Arizona CoC laws set forth the EPM and A.R.S. §16-621email. Honey never admitted that Maricopa officials generated required CoC documents for EDDB ballots delivered on Election Day. In fact, she testified Maricopa did not produce these forms (“Delivery Receipts”) for the nearly 300,000 EDDB ballots,” states the petition.

Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer admitted in court that Maricopa County failed to comply with chain of custody laws and transported ballots to Runbeck, a third-party vendor, without knowing how many ballots were transported. “When the early ballots leave the early voting center, they are not counted at the voting centers,” stated Richer.

“Richer’s failure to maintain CoC makes it impossible to know how many ballots were injected into the system,” states the petition. “Recorder Richer testified that on Election Day, EDDB ballots are not counted at MCTEC, and instead are counted at Runbeck because there are too many ballots. Appx:116 (Tr., 19:14-21) (Richer); Appx:569 (Tr., 168:2-11) (Valenzuela) (testifying EDDB ballots are counted at Runbeck, not MCTEC).

Richer’s testimony is also consistent with the observations of a Republican observer at MCTEC who testified that on Election Day bins of ballots were delivered to MCTEC, ballots were separated from the bins and were not counted. Appx:72-73 (White Declaration, ¶¶12-21).”

Further, “Richer testified that CoC forms were created at MCTEC prior to the transfer and that his office produced those forms in response to Public Records Requests. Appx:125 (Day 1, Tr. 28:7-24). Richer’s statement was false. No documents for EDDB ballot retrieval counts exist.”

The petition states, “Count III alleges that 15-40 percent of 1.3 million mail-in ballots should have failed signature verification, but for Maricopa’s failure to follow the EPM. At the low end of invalidating 195,000 mail-in ballots—i.e., 15% of 1.3 million ballots—Plaintiff would prevail. Specifically, with Hobbs leading Lake 715,492 (55.10%) to 578,653 (44.56%) in early voting, Lake gains approximately 105 net votes from a 1,000-vote reduction. Applying the 15% error rate (195,000 votes) gains Lake approximately 20,548 net votes.

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#227 Posted : Saturday, January 7, 2023 12:21:47 AM

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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, former Vice President Mike Pence and 385 members of Congress are being sued for allegedly breaking their oaths of office for failing to investigate evidence that the 2020 presidential election was tampered with by “enemies of the constitution” and the case is currently being considered for the Supreme Court of the United States.

Today the Supreme Court was expected to look into whether to hear the case.

Raland Brunson released a statement Thursday at 2 PM.

Hello my fabulous fellow patriots and comrades. Okay! Here is the deal with tomorrow's decision. The Supreme Court's schedule of posting decisions is always the Monday following conference. So, we won't know anything until Monday! Now, don't think for a second that my brothers and I are not prepared for a denial. We've got plenty of chess pieces still at play and we still have our queen. Through hard knocks we have learned how this political/litigation game works, so keep up the prayers and your letters to the Supreme Court! You count! We love everyone of you! Thank you for your wonderful support!



The US Supreme Court Is Expected to Make a Decision on Whether to Move Forward on the Brunson Brothers’ Case Today

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#228 Posted : Monday, January 9, 2023 6:23:44 PM

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THE BROS HAVE THE BLUES


The US Supreme Court not only decided not to look at the Brunson brothers’ case, but also decided not to take up the Bonner case challenging the legality of mail-in ballots. 

Such a shame.  The US Supreme Court is absolutely frightened to take up strong cases that challenge corrupt elections or corrupt practices.  Yet this is the biggest issue facing our country right now and the biggest threat to our Constitution.

Corrupt elections breed corrupt politicians which bread corrupt government officials which breed corrupt media and social media companies and so on…

In 2020, 18 state AGs joined the Texas case that argued against the corrupt election results that were certified in the swing states that stole the election for Joe Biden.  It was a solid case.  This corruption affected us all and still does to this day.  We all were impacted.  But the three Trump judges decided not to hear the case along with the corrupt Obama, far-left and insane judges on the court.  INSANITY.

BREAKING: Brunson Brothers Case Denied by Supreme Court
US Supreme Court Also Decides NOT to Look at Bonner Case on Legality of Mail-in Ballots


No reason provided...

This morning we heard that the Brunson brothers’ case was not going to move forward in the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court also refused to hear the cases from the Trump campaign against the states where material amounts of corruption existed.




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#229 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2023 12:51:11 PM

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Ryan Heath, an attorney who started The Gavel Project to engage in lawfare against woke ideology, has filed suit against the judge who dismissed Kari Lake’s election lawsuit. Submitted on Monday, the writ of mandamus demands that Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson vacate his ruling and award the election to Lake.



Heath’s writ of mandamus, which is a type of lawsuit seeking to order a public official to do their job, focused on the problems with signature verification. He reviewed the minimal amount of time signature verification workers were given to compare signatures on each ballot envelope with the signatures in the system. He argued that “it was physically and mathematically impossible for them to have engaged in the statutorily mandated task of verifying signatures.”

He said it would take 30 seconds to verify a signature, but the signatures were verified at a rate of one in less than a second — 0.975 seconds.

He declared, “[I]t is physically impossible for human beings to pull off any meaningful comparison with any reasonable accuracy.”

Heath noted that gubernatorial winner Katie Hobbs’ margin of victory over Lake was only 0.668982 percent, which was very similar to the margin of difference in Reyes, 0.62179 percent. In races that close, the results have often been overturned due to voter disenfranchisement, voter fraud, or other reasons.

He noted how Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer testified that “Maricopa County’s MCTEC [Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center] facility ‘received 120,000 more early ballot drop-offs on election night than the office had ever seen before.’”

Richards admitted that the number of ballots dropped off at MCTEC was not actually counted; there was merely an estimate made. Heath said there is “a large discrepancy between, on the one hand, the total number of mail-in ballot packets submitted by Maricopa County electors on Election Day that were physically processed at MCTEC and, on the other hand, the total number of mail-in ballot packets purportedly received by Runbeck.”

The lawsuit also cited violations of the U.S. and Arizona constitutions. The election violated the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment Equal Protection Clause since “all persons similarly situated should be treated alike.” The Arizona Constitution has a similar clause, including the Privileges and Immunities Clause. It states that “no law shall be enacted granting to any citizen, class of citizens, or corporation other than municipal, privileges or immunities which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens or corporations.”

Additionally, Article II Section 1 of the Arizona Constitution provides that “[a]ll elections shall be free and equal.” Heath contends that the Equal Protection Clause was violated due to improper counting of many of the mail-in ballots. He cited Chavez v. Brewer, which held that “Arizona’s constitutional right to a ‘free and equal’ election is implicated when votes are not properly counted,” and ruled that one need only “establish that a significant number of votes cast [in the challenged manner] will not be properly recorded or counted.”

This level of violation necessitates strict scrutiny by the court, Heath argued, citing various case laws. The government can only overcome that scrutiny by showing no other viable options for signature verification, which “is simply an impossible burden for Maricopa County to meet.” There were many other ways the county could have verified the signatures accurately.

Heath asked for an order removing Hobbs from office and requiring Thompson to vacate his decision. He gave the court multiple options for determining the outcome of the election, either by invalidating some of the dubious ballots or calling for a new election. He demanded that Maricopa County officials personally pay for any new election as punitive damages.

This isn’t the first time Heath has sued a judge. He filed a lawsuit against Maryland Circuit Court Judge Robert Kershaw over his role in dealing with a transgender teenager who ended up gang raped.

Heath’s Gavel Project crowdfunds attorneys around the country to “fight unethical government and employer mandates and protect the freedom of Americans, especially children.” He has been heavily active in stopping mask mandates on children.

As a result of his work, opponents have filed six bar complaints against him. The California State Bar sent him a cease and desist letter telling him to stop speaking out against mask mandates at school board meetings, but he responded to them with his own cease and desist letter.

JUST IN: Attorney From Anti Woke Civil Liberty Group Sues Judge Who Dismissed Kari Lake’s Election Contest


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#230 Posted : Thursday, January 19, 2023 2:55:44 PM

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According to the Democrats, election fraud doesn’t happen — except for when Republicans win elections… in those cases, it was probably Russia, who somehow hacked in and changed votes. I mean, how else could a Democrat lose? Right?




Meanwhile, we’re all supposed to collectively turn a blind eye when Democrat wins an extremely close election under suspicious circumstances. When that happens, we’re told that election fraud is a myth, that our elections are perfectly secure, and if you dare ask questions, you’ll get censored by social media because you are a threat to democracy!

But election fraud is not a myth. In fact, 1,412 confirmed cases of election fraud have been documented in the Election Fraud Database maintained by the Heritage Foundation’s legal center. According to the Heritage Foundation, the database “provides a sampling of recent election fraud cases, demonstrates the vulnerabilities within the electoral process and the need for reforms to secure free and fair elections for the American people.” Of the 1,412 confirmed cases they’ve documented, there have been 1,219 convictions.


As bad as this sounds, it’s not even the entirety of the problem. “The database doesn’t list potential fraud discovered by election officials and others that is never investigated or prosecuted, and it obviously cannot list fraud that goes undetected when states with poor security don’t have the tools in place to even realize such fraud is occurring,” Hans Von Spakovksy of the Heritage Foundation explains.

Here Are Over 1,400 Proven Cases of Election Fraud, and That's Just the Beginning



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#231 Posted : Thursday, January 19, 2023 3:25:00 PM

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California may have disenfranchised millions of voters in the 2022 primary and general elections, according to a new report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation, an election integrity watchdog group. 
The report found that 226,250 mail ballots were rejected for various reasons, while election officials failed to account for millions more.

The 2022 midterms marked the first election held since the California Legislature passed and Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 37, which required automatically mailing ballots to all active registered voters in the nation’s most populous state. 

“As states across our country continue to enact undemocratic voter suppression laws, California is increasing voter access, expanding voting options and bolstering elections integrity and transparency,” Newsom said after signing the bill in September 2021.



That clearly hasn’t been the result of the law, said J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, on Wednesday.

“Mail ballots disenfranchise. There are many reasons mail ballots fail ultimately to count,” Adams said in a press statement. “No one casting a ballot at home can correct an error before it’s too late. California’s vote-by-mail demonstration should serve as a warning to state legislators elsewhere.”   

Election officials failed to account for the 10 million ballots for multiple reasons, according to the legal foundation’s report. 

10 Million 2022 California Ballots Unaccounted For, Report Finds

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#232 Posted : Tuesday, January 24, 2023 11:38:18 PM

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The other area I want to cover is the tabulator machines. We received, just a few weeks ago, January of 2023, the System Log Files from the tabulators used in Maricopa County on election day, along with the redacted CVR records. Through an analysis, we were able to determine a quarter of a million ballot feeds misread by those tabulators. There are approximately two tabulators in every polling Center, which means there were 446 tabulators with a quarter of a million voter attempt failures.



HUGE: Arizona Senate Presentation Reveals That Hundreds Of Failed Tabulators In Maricopa County Likely Misread A QUARTER MILLION Ballots During 2022 Election – Lake’s Team Says “MORE EVIDENCE TO COME” (VIDEO)




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#233 Posted : Thursday, January 26, 2023 1:12:42 AM

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“Why does Bill Jones vote when his residence in your county property tax record is a bank?”

“How is it you have 26 people voting from this address?  Your property tax records show one bath and 600 square feet?  We are going to challenge the certificate of occupancy!”

These questions are gently persuasive.  Perhaps not quite enough.  How about this?

“Hey, we are monitoring your county voter rolls.  We have them from 15 different days in the last 2 months.  Why did you change the zip codes of 33,000 people who did not move?

Why did that change happen the week mail-in ballots were sent? 

Why did you change zip codes back?”

People, we are in felony land here, pretty persuasive.

Here’s another one: 

“Why did you add 22,000 voters after October 11?  Is it the legal cut-off date for changing voter rolls?”

Orange jump suits dance in the mind of county clerks.

What’s different?

We have better data tools than they do.

We see every transaction, every change, every nuance in the data.  They, the county clerks, have junk SQL, Excel technology – and they know they are screwed through citizen visibility.

There is a third way voter integrity teams are moving – challenging with technology leading to persuasion.
We are collecting these intrepid souls at www.Omega4America.com.  We will shortly have a newsletter, followed by a map of the U.S. where volunteers can sign up with voter integrity teams.


We are doing the major fundraising to make the FRACTAL SYSTEM available to any state that wants to use it.  Pennsylvania and Georgia are next.



We, like the Greeks, believe in gentle persuasion. 

If that is not enough, well, orange is a very nice color.

There Is a Major Effort in Place to Remove “Phantoms” with Technology and “Gentle” Persuasion and Ultimately Clean Up Voter Rolls
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BREAKING: HORRIBLE – Arizona Regime Is Investigating Kari Lake And Trying To JAIL Her On Felony Charges For Exercising First Amendment And Exposing Election Fraud



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New Mexicans should be outraged to learn that the legislation supported by the SOS, Ivey-Soto, Katy Duhigg, Leo Jaramillo, and other democrats would essentially make it legal in New Mexico to cheat in elections, but a crime to investigate that cheating. Who do they work for? Certainly not the people of New Mexico.



There are two election bills making their way through the New Mexico legislature: Senate Bill 180 and House Bill 4. Here are some of the worst parts of those bills:

Destruction of Transparency: As stated in Part 2 of this series, Ivey-Soto personally crafted the portion of SB 18 that would remove all election records from the public’s eye.

At a time when a majority of the population no longer trusts the integrity of our elections, Ivey-Soto, his colleagues, the SOS, and some county clerks think it’s a good idea to force the people they serve to just trust the output from the series of black boxes that is our election system that uses proprietary software that can never be audited independent of Dominion’s control. They will never be allowed to see the ballots that went into those boxes again. Neither would they be able to examine the canvassing documents or anything else.

Not that these corrupt politicians care, but this particular election provision violates state and federal law. The federal Election Assistance Commission’s Voluntary Voting System Guidelines have been incorporated into New Mexico statute and it states: “The voting system and voting processes are designed to provide transparency…the public can understand and verify the operations of the voting system throughout the entirety of the election.”

Ballot harvesting made legal
: SB 180 contains a provision to change who can deliver absentee ballots from only a close family member of the voter to anyone with which they have a relationship.  The term “relationship” is so amorphous that the new provision would effectively legalize ballot harvesting. For example, any employee at a nursing home could claim to have a relationship with all the patients. They could suggest or force them to fill out ballots, which could then be delivered to the nearest drop box by the employee. Additionally, a social worker could claim to have a relationship with every resident of a low-income housing facility. They could suggest or force them to fill out ballots and deliver them to the nearest drop box. Both situations have been well-documented to be occurring in other states.

Forcing internet connection to election equipment in all counties: SB 180 would force all counties to use internet-connected electronic poll books. These pieces of equipment are extremely vulnerable and leave New Mexico elections open to monitoring and manipulation.

All future elections will “stop counting” in the middle of the night
: Many people remember how they felt when they learned that all of the swing states would “stop counting” on election night 2020, then they woke up to flipped results the following morning. This process was repeated in the 2022 election in several jurisdictions. SB 180 would require a statutory pause in producing results at 11 pm on election night, ensuring that New Mexicans go to sleep not knowing the results of their election. That is not an exercise most people want to repeat indefinitely.

Criminalizing investigations or analysis of the voter rolls
: HB 4 would make it a felony to use the voter rolls for anything other than election campaigning. So, door-to-door canvassing to determine the accuracy of the rolls, which has been done for years in New Mexico, would become a fourth-degree felony and subject citizen investigators to enormous fines. Even doing mathematical analysis on the data in the rolls would be considered an improper use of the data and subject anyone who made a graph of the rolls to enormous fines and a felony charge.
Estancia News is aware that voter roll data is often used by left-wing organizations to solicit people to register to vote, or to conduct surveys about voting behavior and attitude toward policies. We wonder if there will be a two-tiered system of justice when it comes to enforcing this provision on the use of the rolls?

Automatic voter registration:
Essentially, everyone who walks into a DMV would be automatically registered to vote. They can only opt out after returning a postcard that will get mailed to them.  Even then, complaints have been documented across the nation showing that “opting out” in some cases, is impossible.
Registrations will be accepted without a social security number filled in: Yes, SB 180 really says that. The only piece of information that is hard to get can be left blank on the form.

Permanent drop boxes and more of them
: HB 4 would make Mark Zuckerberg’s drop boxes a permanent feature in New Mexico and increase their number.

New Mexico Senators with Blessing of Corrupt SoS Maggie Toulouse Oliver Push Legislation that Fully Corrupts NM Elections and Criminalizes Those Who Investigate

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