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Many Americans Distrust Election Results for Good Reasons
According to a Politico/Morning Consult poll, about one-third of all voters, including more than half in the critical battleground run-off state of Georgia, distrusted the 2020 election results.
Among the nearly 2,000 registered voters they questioned nationwide, 70% of Republicans said they didn’t believe the 2020 election was free and fair, and more than 10% of Democrats doubted so as well.
Among those skeptics, 78% believed that mail-in voting led to widespread voter fraud, and 72% believed that ballots were tampered with. Of those, 84%, said it benefited Biden.
You can go ahead and count me among a growing number of skeptics regarding the confidence of any “President-elect Biden” certainty for the same reasons.
Following Dismal Record and Campaign, Gets Most Votes in History
An obvious head-scratcher is to wonder how an old notably cognitively challenged politician with no discernible accomplishments over nearly a half-century, lackluster Democratic primary performance in a field of radical lightweights, conspicuously inactive campaigning with no clear policy messaging, and no evidence whatsoever of enthusiasm within his own party ranks, could possibly have received the most votes in presidential history.
Incredulously, Joe Biden’s purported 80 million-votes shattered his former boss Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election performance by a staggering 15 million.
He also allegedly trampled a hard-driven campaign opponent with a record of presiding over the best economy and employment record in modern history, who drew unprecedently enormous and enthusiastic rally crowds, and who had gained more than 10 million more votes (a 73 million-plus total) since his 2016 presidential election victory.
Yeah, President Donald Trump also trounced Obama’s re-election numbers, with supporters that included a record increase in Hispanic and Black voters.
Nevertheless, his alleged loss represented the first time in nearly a century and a half that an incumbent president who had gained votes in a re-election bid didn’t win.
Trump Overwhelmingly Won the Bellwether States, Counties
Also truly remarkable, Joe Biden would prospectively become the first president in 60 years to lose reliably predictive Ohio and Florida and still win the election.
Despite national polling which foresaw him winning both states, Biden lost Ohio by eight points, and Florida by three. More amazingly, Trump won 18 of 19 bellwether counties with 16-point average leads throughout the nation that was determined by The Wall Street Journal and The Epoch Times to have nearly perfect voting records in predicting presidential winners over the past 40 years.
Washington’s Clallam County, with a three-point Biden advantage, was the only outlier.
Joe Biden also underperformed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 totals in every urban county, yet suspiciously outperformed her in metropolitan areas with murky vote tabulation histories in critical battleground swing states . . . Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and yes, ground zero of a critically consequential upcoming two-Senate-seat run-off, Georgia.
Biden Wins Despite U.S., State Congressional Washouts
We are led to believe that Joe Biden was so popular among voters that his all-time record win triumphed over his party’s devastating losses in local House and state legislative seats across the nation.
Not even oceans of Silicon Valley and Wall Street funding were enough to accomplish the “blue wave” of Democratic wins that mainstream pollsters and pundits had posited.
Whereas polls had predicted gains of up to 20 U.S. House positions, Biden’s party failed to unseat a single incumbent U.S. Republican representative including 27 races listed as “toss-ups.” Democrats can now expect to lose more than a dozen seats, including four in California.
Supposedly vulnerable Republican U.S. Senate incumbents Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., successfully won out by strong margins over Democratic challengers who outspent them two or three to one.
As it stands now, Republicans will hold control of the Senate, with the possibility that Democrats might even the score pending a Jan. 5, 2021 runoff election for two Republican seats in Georgia.
Massive Vote Tabulation Irregularities Mostly Favor Biden
The former data and strategy director for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign, Matt Braynard, assembled a team to look for inconsistencies in six contested states: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada.
The group identified, followed up on, and ran several major analyses on a variety of issues and irregularities.
Among the biggest discoveries were 2020 voters who had submitted National Change of Address forms to post offices indicating that they had moved out of state, yet who appeared to have voted in the state they moved from.
In Pennsylvania, more than 160,000 uncounted mail-in ballots were found to have been requested by or in the name of registered Republicans.
The team concluded that overall, the illegal vote numbers were presently high enough to easily overturn tabulation margins in Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin – a combined total of 37 electoral votes that could flip the national election results.
Braynard told The Epoch Times, “This isn’t speculative. This is just what the data shows.”
Failures to Provide Electronic Voting System Security Safeguards
Multiple-state lawsuits independently being filed by former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell allege numerous electoral fraud and other irregular activities and features, deficiencies, and security hazards associated with Dominion Voting Systems and software that may have manipulated 2020 mail-in outcomes.
A Georgia suit alleges “incontrovertible physical evidence that the standards of physical security of the voting machines and the software were breached, and machines were connected to the Internet in violation of professional standards and state and federal laws.”
Among the charges, the plaintiffs allege based upon expert sources that the design and features of the Dominion software don’t allow for a simple audit to see whether votes were intentionally or inadvertently misallocated, redistributed, or deleted.
An affiant identified as part of a national security detail to former Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez, whose name was redacted for security reasons, alleged that software used by Dominion was designed for the regime with the specific purpose to rig elections without getting caught.
Cybersecurity expert Navid Keshavarz-Nia testified that “U.S. intelligence services had developed tools to infiltrate foreign voting systems including Dominion.”
Pointing to vulnerabilities in the Dominion’s software, he concluded that “hundreds of thousands of votes” were transferred to Biden from Trump in battleground states.
Another complaint cites a former electronic intelligence analyst under the 305th Military Intelligence Battalion, who declared that the Dominion software was accessed by agents acting on behalf of China and Iran to monitor and manipulate elections, including the 2020 U.S. general election.
None of this adds up as an honest presidential win for Joe Biden.
America cannot allow such an unjust travesty to repeat again in Georgia.
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