US Election Fraud post #17

1. I think this nails it

2. Watch : Fox News Neil Cavuto cuts off Kayleigh McEnany when she brings up voter fraud
Jon BLM Cover – November 9, 2020

3. Election Systems in Michigan County Appeared to Be Connected to Internet: Sworn Affidavit

Voting machines used in Michigan’s Wayne County appeared to have been connected to the internet, according to a sworn affidavit signed by a poll watcher.

At approximately 11 p.m. on Nov. 3, Patrick Colbeck observed an icon identifying an active internet connection on the screens of the computers used to tabulate and adjudicate ballots.

“All it takes to confirm the connectivity status of a Windows computer is to roll the cursor over the LAN connection icon in the bottom right comer of the display,” Colbeck’s sworn affidavit states. “When there is no internet connection, a unique icon showing a cross-hatched globe appears. I proceeded to review the terminal screens for the Tabulator and Adjudicator computers and I observed the icon that indicates internet connection on each terminal. Other poll challengers can attest to this observation as required.”

4. Best voter fraud ever!

5. HUGE EXCLUSIVE: Michigan AG Dana Nessel Sends Cease and Desist Order to Journalist Demanding He Erase His #DetroitLeaks Video Showing Voter Fraud Training — OR FACE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel sent a ‘cease and desist’ letter to Big League Politics about their exclusive content #DetroitLeaks that outlined poll worker training wherein workers were bragging about committing voter fraud in a variety of different ways.

The intrepid reporter who broke this story, Shane Trejo, was also one who was a witness for the voter fraud in Detroit. Trejo says he considers this “witness intimidation” and is fearful that it will be used as pretext for some criminal actions.

(Click through for the letter)

6. Letter from AG Bar

7. PM Trudeau first world leader to speak with Biden, raises key issues

OTTAWA — Starting his first full work week as president-elect on Monday, Joe Biden received his first phone call from a world leader — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who according to his office raised a series of key cross-border with his incoming U.S. counterpart.

According to a message shared across the prime minister’s social media channels on Monday afternoon, Trudeau spoke with his incoming U.S. counterpart about the “challenges and opportunities facing our two countries,” including COVID-19 and climate change, as well as about China’s detention of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.

“We talked about those specific challenges today, as well as trade, energy, NATO, anti-Black racism, and China’s arbitrary detention of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor,” the post read.

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  1. PM Trudeau first world leader to speak with Biden, raises key issues

    OTTAWA — Starting his first full work week as president-elect on Monday, Joe Biden received his first phone call from a world leader — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who according to his office raised a series of key cross-border with his incoming U.S. counterpart.

    According to a message shared across the prime minister’s social media channels on Monday afternoon, Trudeau spoke with his incoming U.S. counterpart about the “challenges and opportunities facing our two countries,” including COVID-19 and climate change, as well as about China’s detention of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.

    “We talked about those specific challenges today, as well as trade, energy, NATO, anti-Black racism, and China’s arbitrary detention of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor,” the post read.

    In a readout from the call released later on Monday, according to the PMO the pair agreed to work together on the pandemic, to support economic regrowth, and to work closely on global security with NATO, and at the G7.

    In the PMO statement about the call, the pair “agreed to stay in close contact.”

    CANADA-CHINA CHANGE?

    The election of Biden has prompted some to wonder how both Canada and U.S. relations with China may be different, and Trudeau took the opportunity to raise the case of the two Michaels on Monday’s call.

    Asked whether he thought Biden would put greater pressure on Beijing or possibly look to take an alternate approach to Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s extradition case during a Monday morning press conference, Trudeau voiced confidence about the role the Democratic administration will play.

    “We’ve worked with allies around the world to put pressure on China around the arbitrary detention of two Canadian citizens. Their approach around coercive diplomacy is ineffective and extremely preoccupying for democratic nations around the world and we have all expressed that very clearly,” Trudeau said.

    “I am extremely confident that the incoming American administration will continue to be a good partner to Canada and other nations around the world as we look to impress upon China that the approach they’re taking is simply not working, while at the same time, impressing upon them the importance of returning the two Canadians who’ve been arbitrarily detained for over 700 days now,” he continued.

    Canada’s dealings with China have become intertwined on a few major files with significant political repercussions over the course of U.S. President Donald Trump’s presidency, particularly after Canada acted on the U.S. extradition request to arrest Meng.

    While Biden campaigned on repairing relationships with foreign nations, he often emphasized China’s authoritarianism during the Democratic primary debates. Foreign policy experts have previously told CTVNews.ca that Biden may be more open to forging a new, less combative approach to the tense standoff over the detainees.

    “I think it’s only good that can come,” said CTV News political commentator Tom Mulcair on CTV News Channel Monday morning about what Biden’s win means for Canada.

    “Our ability to work with China is going to change. We’re not going to feel the pressure from Donald Trump,” Mulcair said.

    FATE OF KEYSTONE XL?
    While the pair has similar climate goals, one of the biggest points of difference in policy facing the two countries is on the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline and that came up on the call.

    The multi-billion dollar project would transfer more than 800,000 barrels per day of crude oil from Alberta to Nebraska, but Biden vowed early on that he would scrap the pipeline, despite Canada’s backing and Alberta already investing billions into the project.

    Asked what Canada is going to do to fight the pipeline project from being killed, Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said over the weekend that that the federal government will make its case as a reliable energy supplier.

    The fate of the project has been top of mind for some in Canada’s energy industry, and according to the PMO, it was on Trudeau’s mind too, but details of what each side had to say during the call were not included. The readout only noted that Biden and Trudeau were looking forward to “engaging” on the issue of “energy cooperation,” and other resource issues like softwood lumber.

    https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/pm-trudeau-first-world-leader-to-speak-with-biden-raises-key-issues-1.5181235

    CBC – Trudeau and Biden lay out shared commitment to fight pandemic, climate change in first post-election chat

    Prime Minister Trudeau was the first international leader to speak with the U.S. president-elect

    […]During a news conference in Ottawa, Trudeau congratulated Harris and Biden and said he looks forward to working with them to address common challenges and opportunities. He said Harris’s win sends an important message.

    “For so many people in Canada and around the world, seeing a woman — and a Black and South Asian-American woman — elected as the next vice-president of the United States is an inspiration and a reminder that everyone’s voice belongs in politics,” he said.

    […]

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-us-election-trump-biden-harris-1.5795060

  2. the gateway pundit – HUGE EXCLUSIVE: Michigan AG Dana Nessel Sends Cease and Desist Order to Journalist Demanding He Erase His #DetroitLeaks Video Showing Voter Fraud Training — OR FACE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION

    https://twitter.com/stazzianna/status/1324105670325538816

    The timing of this letter coincides with another round of social media purges in Michigan of Facebook groups that might document and prove the allegations of voter fraud.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/huge-exclusive-michigan-ag-dana-nessel-sends-cease-desist-order-journalist-demanding-erase-detroitleaks-video-showing-voter-fraud-training-face-criminal-prosecution/

  3. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

    DONALD J. TRUMP FOR
    PRESIDENT, INC.; LAWRENCE
    ROBERTS; and
    DAVID JOHN HENRY;

    v.
    KATHY BOOCKVAR, in her capacity
    as Secretary of the Commonwealth of
    Pennsylvania; ALLEGHENY
    COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS;
    CENTRE COUNTY BOARD OF
    ELECTIONS; CHESTER COUNTY
    BOARD OF ELECTIONS;
    DELAWARE COUNTY BOARD OF
    ELECTIONS; MONTGOMERY
    COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS;
    NORTHAMPTON COUNTY BOARD
    OF ELECTIONS; and
    PHILADELPHIA COUNTY BOARD
    OF ELECTIONS;
    Defendants.

    VERIFIED COMPLAINT
    FOR DECLARATORY AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF

    […]

    on this page :

    https://cdn.donaldjtrump.com/public-files/press_assets/2020-11-09-complaint-as-filed.pdf

  4. twitter @pnjaban

    BREAKING: Mr. Barr’s authorization prompted the Justice Department official who oversees investigations of voter fraud, Richard Pilger, to step down from the post within hours, according to an email Mr. Pilger sent to colleagues.

    I posed a thread about how the gatekeeper of criminal election fraud at the DOJ is Richard Pilger, who worked closely with Lois Lerner at the IRS in the Obama days (ie, when the DOJ rabidly pursued the president’s agenda — good, bad, or mostly ugly — to target Tea Party orgs.

    https://twitter.com/pnjaban/status/1325951517401128964
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    twitter @JacquiHeinrich

    Director of Election Crimes Branch RESIGNS after AG Barr hands prosecutors authority to investigate voter fraud claims. “Having familiarized myself with the new policy and its ramifications… I must regretfully resign.”

    https://nytimes.com/2020/11/09/us/politics/barr-elections.html

    https://twitter.com/JacquiHeinrich/status/1325995033984643072
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    • DAILY MAIL – Head of DOJ election crimes unit RESIGNS in protest after Bill Barr authorized federal prosecutors across US to pursue ‘substantial allegations’ of voter fraud during presidential election DESPITE LITTLE EVIDENCE – as AG tears up rule book

      William Barr sent a memo to allow federal prosecutors to investigate vote fraud
      The attorney general authorized investigation of ‘substantial allegations’
      It raises the specter of the Justice Department getting involved in the case
      Within hours the head of the election crimes branch resigned
      Barr met with Mitch McConnell, Senate majority leader, on Monday
      Shortly after the pair met McConnell defended Trump on the floor of the Senate
      The president has vowed to fight the expected electoral defeat in the courts

      […]In his email, Pilger said Barr’s memo was ‘an important new policy abrogating the forty-year-old Non-Interference-Policy for ballot fraud investigations in the period prior to elections becoming certified and uncontested.’

      He said his resignation was ‘in accord with the best tradition of the John C. Keeney Award for Exceptional Integrity and Professionalism (my most cherished Departmental recognition).’

      more :

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8931713/Barr-OKs-election-probes-despite-little-evidence-fraud.html

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