US Election fraud post #22

1. The media:

2. Former FBI director says he SHOULD NOT HAVE SIGNED OFF on the Trump spying warrants

3. only 14K

But the thing is, if they are counting illegal votes, then how is this helping? Isnt the point to make sure that they count ALL the legal votes, which might be impossible if the Leftists disposed of Trump votes?

4. Paul Weston on the US election Fraud

5. USPS whistle blower on ballot fraud

Here is the FULL interrogation of the USPS whistleblower

Same man denying the story by the WAPO who claimed he recanted his testimony

6. NYC Mayor’s daughter lets the truth slip out

7. Marine Le Pen rejects narrative on US election


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56 Replies to “US Election fraud post #22”

  1. the gateway pundit – BREAKING: Rudy Giuliani Confirms “Dominion” Whistleblowers Are Coming Forward (VIDEO)

    BREAKING NEWS: @RudyGiuliani has confirmed whistleblowers from Dominion have come forward. OMG. They stole election. Switched votes from @realDonaldTrump.

    What did he really get? 81 MM votes? 91 MM? But they stole it.

    Biggest scandal in world history. Got ‘em!
    Rudy Giuliani: Coleman has the community people and he’s got the Dominion people. And they were the ones who were the actual, not poll watchers, the actual observers who were excluded, who were lied to, two of whom stayed behind after all the Republicans had left out and they’re the ones who got the evidence of the 100,000 votes coming in. And they have some photographs also.

    Rudy Giuliani joined Steve Bannon on Wednesday they have witnesses from Dominion who stepped forward to testify.



  2. VICE NEWS – Trump’s Post-Presidential Criminal Nightmare Begins Now

    Trump’s presidential shield of protection expires the moment he steps down on Jan. 20. Here’s what happens next.

    • CBC – RADIO – CANADA – Un témoin cité dans une poursuite de Trump se récuse, selon un comité du Congrès

      Un employé de la poste qui avait témoigné de fraudes électorales liées au vote par correspondance et qui était cité dans l’une des poursuites entamées en Pennsylvanie par l’équipe de campagne de Donald Trump a avoué avoir menti, ont indiqué mardi un comité du Congrès et le Washington Post.

      Richard Hopkins alléguait dans un affidavit qu’un directeur de la poste à Érié, en Pennsylvanie, avait ordonné à des employés d’antidater des enveloppes postales contenant des bulletins de vote envoyées après la date limite du 3 novembre afin que les voix puissent être comptées.

      Son témoignage était présenté par les républicains comme une preuve potentielle d’irrégularités électorales à grande échelle, et lui-même a été salué par eux comme un courageux lanceur d’alerte.

      L’employé s’est cependant rétracté dans un affidavit après avoir été interrogé par les enquêteurs du bureau de l’inspecteur général du service fédéral des postes, selon le comité de surveillance gouvernementale de la Chambre des représentants, mais aussi selon le Washington Post, qui se fie à trois responsables au fait de l’enquête.

  3. US Election: ‘Donald Trump has the right to wait until the vote is certified’

    Donald Trump is still resisting calls to concede the US presidential election, despite multiple world leaders, including Boris Johnson, congratulating Joe Biden on his victory.

    Former White House communications director Sean Spicer says the President is right in exhausting all legal options available to him to win the election

  4. Associated Press – EXPLAINER: Why do the media call races in US elections?

    Fifty-one separate elections — one in each state and one in Washington, DC. Each with different rules and regulations, and no national elections commission to tell the world who wins. How, then, to quickly and accurately determine who won the highest office in the land?

    That’s where the news media come in — and have done so since 1848, when The Associated Press declared the election of Zachary Taylor as president.

    The Electoral College actually chooses the president under the U.S. Constitution, acting in a process that starts with the popular vote across the republic. But its work takes weeks. In that strange vacuum created by a federalist system and worsened — in the 1800s — by the slow counting and communicating of returns, news organizations emerged as major players in first, collecting and adding together the vote from each state’s election officials around the country, then announcing the victor based on that vote count.

    Lots of people seem surprised by that these days, including President Donald Trump. After The Associated Press and the major U.S. television networks called the presidential race for Democrat Joe Biden, Trump tweeted: Since when does the media “call who the next president will be”?

    Here’s a look at how that system came to be.


    The expectation of same-day election results is a modern one, as is the notion of one single Election Day.

    The founding fathers designed the Electoral College — a series of state elections to pick the president — partly because keeping power in the states was the only way to guarantee some states would ratify the Constitution, says Alex Keyssar, a voting-rights expert at Harvard University. Since the Civil War, he says, rural and especially Southern politicians have objected to giving any power over elections to the federal government.

    Early in U.S. history, elections took place over many days, and not all states voted on the same day. It was the advent of the telegraph – and worries that results in one state might influence another – that led to a single presidential election day, according to David Greenberg, a Rutgers University history and journalism professor.

    Once a presidential election ends, each state chooses its representatives to the Electoral College — a number based on the size of each state’s population and how many representatives and senators it has in Congress. Those representatives, who are sworn to vote for the candidate who got the most votes in that state, don’t vote until Dec. 14.

    The president of the senate and the archivist must receive certificates recording the electoral vote results no later than the fourth Wednesday in December — this year, Dec. 23. The results of each state’s electoral votes are then sent to the newly elected Congress, which is set to meet in a joint session on Jan. 6 and announce the results.


    It evolved from an instinct to report the news, but mostly because Americans didn’t want to wait to find out the results until mid-December.

    Against the reality of the decentralized government structure, no one but the media has been willing to take on the cost of tabulating votes, says Rick Edmonds, a media business analyst at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies. The Federal Election Commission regulates some aspects of elections but doesn’t tabulate votes. So the vacuum remained between individual states’ results and the country’s collective decision.

    AP’s role collecting vote counts and analyzing the data predates the Civil War. U.S. television networks began doing their own analyses in the 1960 race between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy, examining data and calling winners one state at a time.

    This year’s effort was complicated by the coronavirus pandemic. People chose to vote early or by mail, producing a slower vote count in some states. The race was also close in many states, which makes ascertaining a winner more slow. The major networks and the AP called the presidential race on Saturday, four days after Election Day.


    AP uses a 50-state network of freelance “stringers” who collect votes from county clerks and other local officials. Other AP journalists gather results from state or county websites, as well as via electronic data feeds from states.

    News organizations around the world that take AP use this count to report on results. Meanwhile, state-based analysts and editors on AP’s Decision Desk look at that vote count — combined with research including demographic data, voting history and statistics about advance voting — to declare winners.

    On Saturday morning, the AP declared Democrat Joe Biden the winner after determining he had won the race in Pennsylvania, which pushed him over the 270 electoral votes needed. Major U.S. television networks follow roughly the same process, using either AP’s vote count or another vote count to call races.

    “The plus of having the free press do this is that the free press is free and independent, at least in theory,” 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 Keyssar says. “But it has no official status, and thus its conclusions are not binding on anyone. That is creating confusion as we speak.”

    There are no major efforts afoot to have anyone else do it.


    Mistakes and glitches have happened.

    In 1948, the Chicago Daily Tribune famously plastered “Dewey Defeats Truman” across the front page of its first edition when early numbers made it look like Thomas Dewey was ahead. But the tide turned, and President Harry S. Truman defied pollsters by scoring an upset victory.

    In 2000, the major TV networks and the AP called Florida for Democrat Al Gore, relying largely on Election Day polling. As the votes were counted everyone reversed course. The networks declared that Republican George W. Bush had carried the state, only to later retract that decision, too. The AP held off on making the second call, deeming the race too close. More than a month later, a 5-4 U.S. Supreme Court stopped a recount and locked in Bush’s narrow victory


    The Trump campaign has vowed to challenge Biden’s victory in the courts. On Monday, Attorney General William Barr authorized federal prosecutors across the U.S. to pursue “substantial allegations,” if they exist, of voting irregularities before the Electoral College certifies the election. His memo identified no specific instances of alleged fraud.

    AP’s Decision Desk takes legal challenges and disputes into consideration when determining if a race is safe to call, says Sally Buzbee, executive editor of the AP.

    Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani was holding a news conference in Philadelphia on Saturday to discuss the fraud claims when he learned the AP and other networks had called the race for Biden. He pointed out that media has no official role in deciding who becomes the U.S. president.

    That’s true. But Edmonds said he expects the practice of race-calling to continue. It’s entrenched, he says, and while he believes that news organizations can improve methods, “I don’t see a case that the system didn’t work.”

  5. 4. Paul Weston: Democracy. Morality, Decency and honesty.

    Honesty, Decency, Morality
    islam, Socialism and LEWD.
    Slavery, Comrade, Puberty
    The lives these devils extrude.

  6. If the evidence and witnesses to the stealing of votes and changing the totals after the Republicans left prove out Trump just got Pennsylvania if the can get Georgia and Arizona he has won the election.

    This is going to touch off a nightmare for all honest cops in the US.The Dems aren’t going to go quietly into the night and the prison system. They will turn a soft coup into a hard violent coup.

    • Second-term PT will engage the max force available under the law to put down Insurrection. Get this country back on its feet.
      – So they’ll call him a dictator?
      – yawn

  7. “Time now to rest, comfortable in my belief that
    @realDonaldTrump won a historic landslide victory
    across nation on November 3.
    Be patient.
    Biden will never be President of our nation.
    To the contrary, Biden, along with many others, will be an inmate.
    Be patient. Trust Trump.”
    Lin Wood – November 11, 2020 – Twitter

    The Howe Carr Show – Podcast
    L. Lin Wood – 11.11.20 – Hour 1
    @ 21:37…

  8. Trump Campaign: Georgia Recount Step in ‘Methodical’ Path to Reelection
    By Petr Svab
    November 11, 2020 Updated: November 11, 2020

    The hand recount of votes cast in the Georgia presidential election will only be the first step of many to verify that all and only legal votes have been counted, the Trump campaign told the media on Nov. 11. At the end of the process, the campaign expects President Donald Trump will win reelection.

    “This will be a gradual process. This will require patience,” said Tim Murtaugh, communications director for the Trump campaign, during a media conference call. “We know that [the] president[‘s] supporters and the media want immediate results and a neat conclusion by the close of business or at least as quickly as possible. Something to tweet about and move on. This is not that. This will require patience and a following of methodical steps and a process. And that’s what will be beginning soon in Georgia.”

    The hand recount was announced on Nov. 11 by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Currently, Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads Trump by about 14,000 votes.

  9. Trump Lawsuit Alleges Rampant Violations at Detroit Vote Counting Center
    By Ivan Pentchoukov
    November 11, 2020 Updated: November 11, 2020

    President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign sued Michigan in federal court late on Nov. 10, alleging pervasive violations of election laws at a vote-counting center in Detroit.

    The lawsuit (pdf) is accompanied by 234 pages of sworn witness affidavits which describe how Republican poll challengers were prevented from having adequate access to observe the counting process in violation of Michigan’s election code.

    The witnesses detail a battery of problems with the handling, processing, and counting of the votes, including instances in which election officials ignored their challenges.

    “Michigan’s election code contains a host of provisions intended to prevent fraudulent ballots from being counted. A fraudulent ballot, if counted, disenfranchises a lawful voter,” the summary of the lawsuit states.

  10. ‘Ingraham Angle’ exclusive: Nevada poll worker claims she witnessed blatant voter fraud
    Anonymous woman describes seeing envelopes ripped open and ballots marked up on side of Biden-Harris van

    Voter fraud was allegedly committed in Nevada during the early voting period, according to a Clark County poll worker who told Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” what she witnessed in an exclusive interview Tuesday night.

    The whistleblower, whose identity was hidden and whose voice was modified at her request, told host Laura Ingraham that she noticed white envelopes being passed around and ripped open near a Biden-Harris van while on a walk during her lunch break. The envelope handlers then leaned against the side of the van in order to mark the papers, which she recognized as ballots.

    “As I got closer, I thought, ‘Those are ballots,’” she said. “I walked by four or five times. On the next time I walked by, they were putting them in the envelopes. They were putting them in a white and pink envelope.”

  11. Liberal activist Andrew Lang’s comments raise suspicions that Democrats could exploit Georgia law to win critical runoff elections

    ‘Election officials are going to pay attention to what is happening’

    As the nation sets its sights on Georgia, where two runoff elections will determine which political party controls the U.S. Senate for the next two years, former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced last week that he is moving to the Peach State to aid Democratic efforts there, WAGA-TV reported.

    (Richard: The Georgia officials are going to be watching for things like this, they are going to be very careful because of the massive voter fraud making the news. This means a lot of the people trying to steal the election for the Dems are going to end up with felony convictions and hopefully prison time.)

  12. Unity? Yes, We Will Give You Unity
    We’re all in this together.

    It is the clarion call, the siren call, from the Democrat-Media-Left Alliance: “Think of the good of the country. Now is a time for healing. Stop investigating ballot fraud. What we need now is unity.”

    You want unity? That’s fair. We will give you unity:

    1. In unity with you, we will follow your example of the past four years and deny the legitimacy of the 2020 election for the next four years.

    2. In unity with you, we will follow your example of the past four years and investigate the Biden family’s every business dealing at home and abroad.

    3. In unity with you, we will follow your example of the past four years and question Biden’s mental fitness to hold office.

    4. In unity with you, we will follow your example of the past four years and question Biden’s physical fitness to hold office.

    5. In unity with you, we will follow your example of the past four years and blame Biden for every person who dies from the coronavirus.

  13. 201!, Birmingham, UK

    “The court ruled against three Labour councillors in Bordesley Green ward, Shafaq Ahmed, Shah Jahan and Ayaz Khan, and three in Aston ward, Mohammed Islam, Muhammed Afzal and Mohammed Kazi. The 10 June poll was declared void and will be rerun next month.”

    “Six Labour activists, including two candidates, were discovered by police at midnight in a warehouse with 275 postal votes for the city’s Aston ward laid out on a table. They were confiscated by officers, who submitted them to the elections office. Against the national trend, Labour won a narrow victory in all three seats in Aston.

    A handwriting expert concluded that hundreds of signatures on postal votes in Birmingham were probably forged. The court was told Labour supporters stood on main roads trying to bribe passers-by to hand over their postal ballots. Children were sent to steal papers from letter-boxes and householders were intimidated into handing over their forms.

    A postman was allegedly offered £500 for a sack of ballot papers and threatened with death if he refused. A postbox containing voting slips was set alight.

    Hundreds of voting forms were sent to a “safe house” to be filled in. Ballot papers were judged valid although the original votes had been changed with correcting fluid.

    Many genuine voters turned up at polling stations and found they had already been allocated a postal vote which they had never seen.

    On the day of the local elections, the council ran out of ballot boxes and some votes had to be taken to the count in plastic shopping bags. One carrier-bag full of votes materialised at the last moment. After frantic negotiations, it was allowed to stand for the election. The court was told the ballot papers were folded in the same way, and all marked in favour of Labour candidates.”

    • Standard practice for elections – in Pakistan.
      If you don't like it, your a xenophobe.

      The flip side:
      Politicians in Pakistan have sharply reduced lifespans. They jinx airplanes, which fall out of the sky.
      They’re certain to do something that provokes a nation of honor killers.

  14. Trump Campaign Says There Is Evidence That Dead People Voted in Georgia
    By Jack Phillips
    November 11, 2020 Updated: November 11, 2020

    President Donald Trump’s campaign on Wednesday provided examples of dead people registering to vote in Georgia, a swing state where Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden currently holds the lead by a slim margin.

    Over the past week, Trump and his campaign have said there were voter fraud and irregularities that favored Biden in key swing states.

    In a news release, the campaign asserted that Deborah Jean Christiansen from Roswell, a suburb of Atlanta, voted in the last election. She died in May 2019, but someone registered Christiansen to vote on Oct. 5, according to the campaign, which cited voter records and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), which “ran an obituary announcing Christiansen’s death at the time of her passing. ”

    “Someone used the identity of James Blalock of Covington, Georgia to cast a ballot in last week’s election, even though Blalock died in 2006. Blalock’s death notice ran in the Journal-Constitution shortly after he passed away that year,” the campaign claimed.

  15. Lincoln Project Orders Left-Wing Mob to Harass and Threaten Trump’s Legal Team in Pennsylvania

    This is terrorism.

    The Lincoln Project, a group of former Republican operatives who sold their souls during the Trump administration, is doxxing the lawyers who are fighting for electoral integrity in Pennsylvania on social media.

    The organization published the personal information of two Pennsylvania attorneys on Twitter on Tuesday, which has since been deleted:

    (Richard: The left is playing with fire and are about to touch off a wild fire that will burn all of them.)

  16. No Time for Phony Healing
    Michelle Malkin
    By Michelle Malkin

    We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, do not forgive.

    We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, do not forget.

    We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, do not surrender.

    We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, resoundingly reject the phony olive branches of former Vice President Joe Biden.

    After liberal media operatives prematurely declared Biden the winner of election 2020 this weekend, Biden’s handlers carefully trotted him out in front of the cameras to read a script that proclaimed: “It’s time to put away the harsh rhetoric, to lower the temperature, to see each other again, to listen to each other again.”

  17. CNN – GOP official shuts down voter fraud ‘nonsense’

    Al Schmidt, the Republican city commissioner of Philadelphia, tells CNN’s John Berman that the 2020 presidential election was the “most transparent and secure election” in the city’s history, despite the spread of false voter fraud claims.

  18. CNN – Watch Sanders’ reaction to Trump refusing to concede

    Sanders tells CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that President Donald Trump’s refusal to concede the election an “outrage.”

  19. twitter @kylenabecker

    Back in 2016 a Princeton prof demonstrated exactly *how* to hack a Dominion machine.

    “I figured out how to make a slightly different computer program that… shifts some votes around from one candidate to another.”

    Wait, isn’t that what we’ve been seeing? WATCH

    video :

    twitter @kylenabecker

    “This image-cast evolution voting machine has the physical ability to mark votes onto the ballot after the last time the voter sees the ballot… and that’s a DISASTER. ”

    Princeton comp. science prof Andrew Appel shreds Dominion voting systems. America was warned

    video :

  20. IT Contractor for Dominion Ballot Counting Software Co. Exposes Massive Ballot Fraud in Detroit Michigan…

    If what Ms. Mellissa Carone outlines is true, this would explain how the ballots in Michigan were manipulated. Ms. Carone was a contracted worker for Dominion a company providing software services for ballot counting machines in Detroit.

    Carone was sent to Detroit, Michigan, to provide technical support for the ballot counting process. While she was there she noted poll workers repeatedly double scanning ballots to generate multiple votes from the same batch of ballot sheets. When she reported this to her employer, Mr. Nick Ikonomakis of Dominion, Carone was told it was not her role to review what the poll workers are doing; essentially to ignore it.

    Ms. Carone also witnessed election workers filling out ballots, fraudulently signing ballots, as well as the unloading of vans in an area of the Detroit election tabulation facility she was not permitted to inspect. Ms Carone was on Fox Business with Lou Dobbs to explain part of what she witnessed.

  21. twitter @PlaysTrumpCard

    When the “results” your #Dominion voting machine aren’t what you’d like to see, you can swap in manual entries, delete files, all kinds of fun stuff.

    8.2 of the User manual interesting, but 8.3 is ?

    Dominion voting systems is set up to make it easy to change & delete results.

    One resist kid with admin access in a warehouse full of machines can enter whatever result, delete previous results, etc.

    38x delete is mentioned in manual.

    It’s absolutely outrageous.

  22. twitter @realDonaldTrump




    @ChanelRion @OANN


    @FoxNews daytime ratings have completely collapsed.

    Weekend daytime even WORSE.

    Very sad to watch this happen, but they forgot what made them successful, what got them there.

    They forgot the Golden Goose.

    The biggest difference between the 2016 Election, and 2020, was @FoxNews !

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