Voting irregularities here and there: Links 4, November 22, 2020

1. I wonder what kind of voting machines Sweden uses… Cause I start to see a pattern. France as well.

Sweden: New poll reveals considerable shift to political right; Sweden Dems once again lead the pack

A new poll has revealed that the right-wing populist Sweden Democrats, the center-right Moderate Party, and the Christian Democrats — the country’s conservative bloc — would garner just over half of the vote if an election were held today.

The poll, carried out by Sentio in November, showed that together, the Sweden Democrats — the country’s top party with 25.2 percent of the vote — along with center-right Moderate Party with 19.8 percent of the vote, and the Christian Democrats with 5.9 percent of the vote, would collect a total of 50.9 percent of the country’s total vote, Nyheter Idag reports.

The numbers reveal that the Swedish electorate’s marked shift to the political right has continued to take place since the 2018 parliamentary election, when the Sweden Democrats jumped from the 6th largest party, with 20 seats in Rikstag, to the 3rd largest party, with 49 seats in the Rikstag. Since the 2018 election, support for the SD-M-KD bloc has increased by 7.3 percent.

Meanwhile, support for pro-mass migration establishment parties like the Social Democrats, the Center Party, the Green party, and the Liberal Party continues to trend in a downward direction.

The Social Democrats, who previously polled at 24.8 percent in October, dropped to 23.3 percent this month. It’s the third month in a row that the leftist-establishment party has lost support.

The Green Party, currently a member of coalition government with the Social Democrats, the Center Party, and the Liberal Party, is now under the parliamentary threshold, with just 3.3 percent support among voters. With all of the coalition’s members performing poorly, the chances of forming a government in the 2022 election seems increasingly slim.

At the same time, the two most important issues for the Sweden Democrats — ensuring law and order and addressing the threat that mass migration poses to the Swedish people – have become increasingly important to the Swedish electorate as well. For example, an Ipsos poll from this year indicates that six out 10 Swedes want to reduce immigration to the country. 

(France felt the same and mysteriously got Macron, Soros’ choice, instead of Le Pen who was in the lead if memory serves. France does use electronic voting in places, and Sweden has mail in ballots)

2. Smartmatic and Dominion sitting in a tree…

3. Bucher says ‘toldya so’ after software maker takes blame in Wellington vote count mess

The supplier of Palm Beach County’s voting and tabulating equipment says a software “shortcoming” led to votes being assigned to the wrong candidates and the elections office declaring the wrong winners in two recent Wellington council races.

County Elections Supervisor Susan Bucher, who insisted a computer glitch rather than human error was to blame for the fiasco, claimed vindication after Dominion Voting Systems released its statement.

Wellington and 15 other municipalities held elections on March 13. In Wellington, the ballot was set up with the mayor’s race first, the Seat 1 council race second and the Seat 4 council race third.

Unbeknownst to elections officials, the vote totals for the mayor’s race ended up being reported and later certified as the results of the Seat 1 race. The Seat 1 vote totals were certified as the Seat 4 results and the Seat 4 vote totals were certified as the mayoral results.

The problem wasn’t discovered until six days after the election, during a routine audit. The audit found no similar problems in the 15 other cities that held elections.

The fact that the audit is conducted after winners are certified is a requirement of state law. Bucher said her office “will be working with the state to ask for the necessary law changes.”

Wellington Seat 1 candidate Shauna Hostetler and Seat 4 candidate Al Paglia were originally certified to the state as winners, but the post-election audit totals show John Greene and incumbent Matt Willhite got more votes.

4. Nevada: Total Ballots Cast: 1,327,394, Total Presidential Election Votes: 1,405,376

Among the hundreds of thousands of reports of voter fraud, some so egregious it shakes our belief in the pillars of our Constitutional Republic, there is other glaring evidence of mass voter fraud.

From Nevada’s own state election site:

Total Ballots Cast: 1,327,394

5. ‘The French government has no right’: CAIR slams Macron’s ‘ultimatum’ to Muslims

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) condemned French President Emmanuel Macron’s “attempt to dictate the principles of the Islamic faith” to French Muslim leaders, and his demand they “falsely state that Islam is an ‘apolitical religion'”. 

Macron on Wednesday gave the French Council of Muslim Worship (CFCM) two weeks to draw up a charter of “republican values” with which its member organisations and affiliates would be expected to comply, amid a row over Islam’s place in the country.

Macron warned that “if some do not sign this charter, we will draw the consequences from that”.

CAIR, the largest Muslim civil rights organisation in the United States, slammed the ultimatum on Thursday, declaring that “the French government has no right to tell Muslims or any other religious minority how to interpret their own faith”.

The order also seeks to put an end to foreign involvement in French mosques, and establish a “National Council of Imams”.

Thank you Richard, M., Wrath of Khan, Yucki, Johnny U., KF., and all who sent in links and comments this weekend.



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5 Replies to “Voting irregularities here and there: Links 4, November 22, 2020”

  1. 4 – The Propaganda Media, the Dems and some Repubs are asking for proof of massive vote fraud. I think almost 78,000 more votes then voters should fill this requiest.

    • I the case of France, i’t was definitely due to Le Pen’s own behavior and statements. During a debate she more or less made it clear she didn’t want to govern.
      Parties like the Front National, or Wilders’ PVV, don’t work like that. They’re not conventional political parties that can attract competent professionals to make and implement policy. They will be more or less marginal for a number of reasons.
      Instead, they influence the policies of mainstream parties by interfering and conducting opposition in other ways. This has the added benefit of not being blamed by voters for the consequences of said policies.

  2. #5 The (feigned) indignation is interesting. The policies that Macron is proposing are reality in Greece, in fact they’re much stricter. There, the government trains imams, and their sermons are scrutinized. It’s theological surveillance, and in violation of EU rules (yet I never hear any complaints).
    Also, politicians have been promising a “euro-islam” for many years now, the austrian government talked about this a few years ago. Yet they haven’t done a thing, not that I’m aware of anyway.

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