POL November 3: The 2020 U.S. ELECTION DAY MAIN THREAD

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The issue could complicate D.C.'s bid for statehood. "D.C.'s house is not in order, and the solution is not to grant it even more authority through statehood," Comer said April 19 in response to a Washington Post report that characterized the jail's COVID-19 order as "mass solitary confinement."
Touche!

Don't you just LOVE throwing sand in the gears of the Democratic Machinery of State?

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Antrim County Court Hearing on Monday: Judge to Decide Whether to Expand Audit or Shut the Case Down as Requested by Democrat Secretary of State

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 2:55am

Attorney Matthew DePerno is back in court on Monday.

Attorney Matthew DePerno filed his latest finding in the Circuit Court for Antrim County on Friday.

According to DePerno, there were 1,061 “phantom” ballots found in Antrim County during the 2020 election.


Attorney DePerno also contends there was nearly 100% turnout between ages 65 and 80 in the county despite the threat of the coronavirus.


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DePerno says 1,061 ballots are not in the state database and do not exist on voter rolls, meaning they are likely phantom ballots.

From page 10 in the report:

DePerno explains that in the December hand recount of Antrim county, there was a total of 15,952 ballots counted; however, Secretary of State Benson’s official database only had 14,901 ballots which means there exists 1,061 extra ballots not on the voter rolls, i.e., “phantom” ballots.

Phantom ballots could explain what happened at the hand recount in December when volunteers were told to count approximately 138 ballots with the very same signature. Despite their repeated objections and attempts to challenge the problem ballots, the Secretary of State official said, “That’s not your role at this very moment” and pushed the volunteers to count the ballots and finish the audit.

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Based upon these findings, DePerno is not only demanding a complete audit, but due to false statements by officials who attributed the fraud to human error, DePerno is also amending William Bailey’s complaint to sue Sheryl Guy, Election Source, Jocelyn Benson, and Jonathan Brater.

Kyle Becker at Trending Politics reported on the Monday hearing:
As Arizona’s forensic audit runs into massive resistance in the courts and from the Department of Justice, another forensic audit is being requested as a lawsuit hangs in the balance in the State of Michigan. The fate of the one of the last election lawsuits in the country is set to be decided in court on Monday morning.
“A Monday hearing will determine the fate of one of the last active lawsuits challenging the validity of the 2020 election,” the Traverse Eagle local publication reported. “A 13th Circuit Court judge is scheduled to hear arguments on a defense request to dismiss an Antrim County election-related lawsuit —a move opposed by the plaintiff who, court records show, is instead seeking to expand the case.”



“The case in Antrim County is among the few yet to be adjudicated, records show,” the report continued.

A joint motion requesting Judge Kevin Elsenheimer dismiss the lawsuit has been filed by Assistant Michigan Attorney General Erik Grill , who represents intervener Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and attorney Haider Kazim, who is representing defendant Antrim County.
The joint motion seeks to have the lawsuit dismissed for lack of standing. The judge has already allowed the complainant, Bailey and his attorney, Matthew DePerno, to have a third party conduct a forensic examination of the county’s Dominion Voting Systems equipment. That audit was conducted earlier by Allied Security Operations Group, a Dallas-based firm that concluded the voting machine equipment was fraught with errors.
 

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MORE OUTRAGEOUS ACTS: Maricopa County Attorney Claims They Can’t Provide Routers and Passwords to Auditors – Here’s Why This Is Questionable

By Joe Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 8:21am


We received a report over the weekend dated May 3 from the Maricopa County Attorney’s office directed to the audit team in Maricopa County explaining that they just weren’t able to provide routers requested by the auditors. They also shared that they had provided all the passwords they had to the audit crew.

Below is the two-page letter (4 paragraphs) making these points.

Routers La Rue to Bennett Re Routers Final by Jim Hoft on Scribd (doc on website)
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We noted that the Sherriff of Maricopa County, Paul Penzone, was cc’d in the letter. He is probably better known for the $2 million in support from George Soros in 2016 in the Deep State’s effort to see Sheriff Joe lose for the first time in seven elections. This was reported in Arizona at the time:

When Paul Penzone ran for Maricopa County sheriff in 2016, he famously received a $2 million contribution from billionaire George Soros — the liberal philanthropist’s single biggest investment in a local race that year.

The Democratic ex-Phoenix police officer won the race, stopping Republican Joe Arpaio from obtaining a seventh term in office.
1. The first bone of contention is in the first paragraph of the above response letter where the County claims:
delivering routers, or “virtual images” of routers, posed a significant security risk to law enforcement data utilized by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as well as numerous federal agencies. We had previously believed that the risk would be eliminated by redacting the law enforcement data on the routers and not producing it”.
This response is very questionable because based on our discussion with experts, routers only show the traffic going between entities. Routers record date and time stamps of traffic flow to/from entities and these timestamps are by the second and are not editable. Based on this response the County doesn’t want the auditors to see where data was transferred to and from related to the 2020 Election.

2. In the second paragraph, the County states:

Providing routers or virtual images of routers puts sensitive, confidential data belonging to Maricopa County’s citizens— including social security numbers and protected health information at risk as well. As a result, the County cannot at this time provide the virtual images of routers. The County knows that the Senate would not want to do anything that would endanger the lives of law enforcement officers, their operations, or the protected health information and personal data of Maricopa County’s citizens.

Since the routers don’t record and save the information transferred to and from the County it is not possible to see any data with social security numbers and health info in routers. This is total BS – said one of our experts who looked at this.

3. The third paragraph basically says we will keep looking at this issue and if we find a way to safely provide you the data from the routers we’ll let you know. (Yes, more BS)

4. In the fourth and final paragraph the County addresses their inability to provide passwords:

Additionally, you wrote me on April 30, 2021, asking that the County provide additional passwords, user names, and/or security keys utilized with the County’s precinct-based tabulators. The County has provided every password, user name, and security key in its custody or control, as commanded by the Senate’s subpoenas, and does not have any others.

This last issue is very concerning. A company needs the admin system passwords to run their systems. If true, then who does have the administration passwords.

This indicates the County has ceded full reign of their election tabulators to some other entity. This puts the County more at risk than any of their concerns with sharing router data. This is actually appalling but it is supported by testimonies held after the election:

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Some overall observations are why does the County mix legal and election traffic on the same routers? Also, what did the County provide the previous auditors they hired to perform their audits or is this just another example of the inadequacy of those audits?

Once again the County is stalling and making it difficult to perform an audit of the 2020 Election in Maricopa County. The biggest question still remains – what are they hiding?
 
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“They Sent Everyone Home – Rebooted the System on Election Day” – Arizona Elections Witness Jan Bryant Joins Steve Bannon to Talk About Maricopa County Election

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 10:57am


Back on November 30, 2020, Maricopa County elections witness Jan Bryant testified before the Arizona legislature.

Jan has a strong project management background. She could not believe what she witnessed during the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona.



Jan said back on November 30, 2020, that Maricopa County officials DID NOT RUN THE ELECTION! Dominion employees John and Bruce did.

Jan’s testimony might explain why Maricopa County officials do not have Admin passwords or access to the Dominion voting machines.

They never had them!

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Jan also testified under oath that county staff, not even IT staff were allowed access to the voting machines and that she witnessed Dominon employees with a laptop computer in the counting room.

Jan worked 6 days at MCTEC, has an MBA, and project management background in technology.

Jan joined Steve Bannon on The War Room on Monday morning following our story over the weekend.

Jan told Steve the county continued to bring in ballots for several days following the election.

Jan also told Steve she was most concerned that on election day Dominion operatives told the staff they had to reboot the system and sent everyone home for the day!

This is highly suspect and unusual.

Rumble video on website .28 min
 

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“We Are Not Going to Stop – There’s Work Going on 24-7 Throughout the Nation… It’s All Gonna Come Out” – Steve Bannon Drops a BOMB on Election Cheaters (Video)

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 11:41am


Steve Bannon took time on Monday’s War Room to defend his good friend and American patriot Rudy Giuliani.

Steve explained that it was “not by accident” that the deep state announced a probe on Rudy for “FARA violations just as the investigations into the theft of the 2020 election are about to hit pay dirt.

Steve Bannon: This FARA violation is a joke… Remember, they wanted Rudy off the stage focusing on the election fraud. Remember, Rudy started it in Arizona. It was Rudy’s 14-hour, Jan Bryant testified there. Everything we’re seeing came from there. Remember, David Clements, go back and watch that video. What did he do? He went through Rudy’s affidavits. The gentleman we’re going to have right now, Bernie Kerik, he helped round them up. And I think there was 2,000 affidavits throughout the country. What Clements did was review the affidavits and say, “Hey, I’m a lawyer, at least a third to a half of them are at an evidentiary level you can put them up at any court in the country.” And, of course, mocked and ridiculed. They want to take Rudy off the – we’re not going to allow it to happen. We’re not going to have Rudy off the stage. Rudy is a major part of this, Justice Department. Sorry, not sorry. Because Rudy is going to get to the bottom of the illegitimacy of what happened. We are not going to stop… Just remember there is work going on 24-7 throughout the nation. Whether it’s in New Hampshire, in Michigan, in Wisconsin, in Georgia. It’s all gonna come out. Nevada. President Trump said the other day we gotta get to the bottom of all of it.
Rumble video on website 2:03 min
 

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LIVE-STREAM VIDEO: Attorney Matthew DePerno Court Hearing in Antrim County — Will Request Expanding Ongoing Audit and Investigation — 1:25 PM ET

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 12:24pm

Attorney Matthew DePerno is back in court on Monday.

Attorney Matthew DePerno filed his latest finding in the Circuit Court for Antrim County on Friday.




According to DePerno, there were 1,061 “phantom” ballots found in Antrim County during the 2020 election.

Attorney DePerno also contends there was nearly 100% turnout between ages 65 and 80 in the county despite the threat of the coronavirus.


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The hearing on Monday will start at 1:25 Eastern.

The local judge will hear arguments on whether to dismiss a lingering 2020 election lawsuit in Antrim County, Michigan.

Democrat officials want to end the investigation.

DePerno will ask to broaden the investigation.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfFnOQEC8M8
1:57:58 min
 

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GOP Rep Tells Never-Trumper Chris Wallace: “I Will Never Apologize for My Vote on Jan. 6” — Then Scolds Leftie Hack Chris Wallace (VIDEO)

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 8:53am

Never-Trump douche Chris Wallace attempted to shame Rep. Jim Banks on Sunday for the chaos at the US Capitol on January 6th where four Trump supporters died and one was murdered. Unfortunately for Chris, his far-left talking points don’t have the same sting as they did two months ago.

Banks told Wallace he “will never apologize for his vote on January 6th.”

Then Banks went on to lay out the corruption of the Democrats and their proposed changes to the US election system to make it easier for Democrats to steal every election in the coming years.

Then Banks scolded Wallace for supporting such undemocratic policies.


Shame on Chris Wallace!

Banks was one of 147 Republicans who objected to the 2020 election results for numerous reasons which have yet to be addressed.

Thanks to Kyle Becker for watching Chris Wallace so we don’t have to.

Via Pro-Trump News:

“I’m just asking a question,” Wallace remarked. “Liz Cheney is saying it’s a big lie to say the election was stolen. Liz Cheney is saying that, in fact, Donald Trump contributed to the riot. I’m asking you for your opinion on those issues. Is it a lie that the election was stolen? Did he contribute to the insurrection on the Capitol?”
Congressman Banks didn’t take the bait.
“I’ve never said that the election was stolen,” Banks replied. “I’ve said I had very serious concerns with how the election was conducted last November because of COVID rules that loosened voter identification laws. That’s why I objected on January 6th. I’ll never apologize for that.”
Congressman Banks then accused Wallace of distracting viewers “from what we have to do to save this country.” Watch Banks scold Wallace below:
Here’s the exchange.

View: https://youtu.be/vXxdbzFZKf4
5:42 min
 

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Voters Mailed Ballots With Incorrect Names, Faulty Instructions For Completion.

A municipal election in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania is experiencing a mix-up with thousands of mail-in ballots.

Of the 25,500 mail-in ballots requested so far, 2,700 have contained instructions meant for a different county.

“They said that their instructions told them they did not need to pay for postage. However their return envelope said they did need to pay for postage,” Chief clerk and chief registrar of the Lancaster County Board of Elections and Registration Commission Christa Miller said. The county attributes the mistake to the vendor Michigan Election Resources, which also sent ballots containing return envelopes with names differing from the intended recipient.

“We’re as unhappy as the voters are with what’s going on,” Miller said before revealing the office is still receiving and counting the tainted ballots.
 

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Antrim County Fraud Alert…
Posted by Kane on May 10, 2021 1:32 pm
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Rumble video on website 5:49 min
Matthew DePerno, constitutional attorney, gives an update to Steve Bannon on his lawsuit in Michigan and newly discovered evidence of election fraud in Antrim County.

“We discovered 1,061 votes that were counted that do not appear in the actual voter rolls in the state. Near 100 percent voter turnout of people ages 65 – 80. We also saw a huge percentage of ballots mailed to P.O. boxes.”

“Actually we get more resistance from the Republicans in the state of Michigan,” he said. :Three in senate, Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, Ed McBroom and Sen. John Bizon are our biggest opponents in this. We believe it is because they were part of the group that appropriated the money to purchase the machines in 2017 and don’t have the courage to stand up and acknowledge that they did something wrong.”

If you can’t see the video, watch it directly on Rumble. New Fraud Evidence in Antrim County: 1,061 Votes Not on Voter Rolls, 100% Turnout of 80 year olds

Antrim County court hearing is today …Antrim County election lawsuit is one of the last in the nation
 

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Antrim County Court Hearing Concludes After 3 Hours — Judge Will Announce His Ruling on Tuesday, May 18

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 3:46pm


Michigan Attorney Matthew DePerno was back in court on Monday afternoon.

The live-stream of the court hearing is running on YouTube.
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Attorney Matthew DePerno filed his latest findings in the Circuit Court for Antrim County on Friday. DePerno told the court on Monday that he has proof now of the voter fraud and requested the court to allow him to broaden his investigation.

The local judge heard arguments on whether to dismiss a lingering 2020 election lawsuit or to allow Attorney DePerno to expand his lawsuit.

Of course, Democrat attorneys are arguing to end the case. There are at least SIX Attorneys for the state in the hearing today representing the far-left Secretary of State.



The hearing concluded at around 4:14 Eastern Time.

They are to reconvene Tues. May 18, at which time the judge will rule on standing.
 

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Kansas Sheriff’s Office Still Probing 12 Claims of 2020 Election Fraud
BY JACK PHILLIPS

May 10, 2021 Updated: May 10, 2021

The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office in Kansas confirmed last week that it’s still investigating claims of voter fraud from the 2020 election.

Twelve cases are being investigated, according to the Topeka Capital-Journal, which cited Deputy Abigail Christian, the sheriff’s office spokesperson; she said she couldn’t release more details about the investigations.

State Rep. Vic Miller, a Democrat, had asked Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay to look into the alleged election fraud, noting that 12 people had listed UPS stores and other businesses in Topeka as their places of residence.

Andrew Howell, the Shawnee County election commissioner, said that he doesn’t recall anyone contacting him or the election office about election fraud but said his office is trying to “clean up the list.” He added that using a UPS address or business address doesn’t necessarily mean there was election fraud involved, according to the Journal.

“There are situations that do occur where people are allowed to use unusual addresses,” Howell said. “It doesn’t on its face alone prove anything.”
The sheriff’s office didn’t immediately respond to a request by The Epoch Times for comment.

In Pennsylvania, several people recently have been charged with election fraud stemming from the Nov. 3 election, including two women in Bucks County who allegedly cast ballots on behalf of their deceased mothers. District Attorney Matthew Weintraub told news outlets that the incidents are isolated and said there was no evidence of “widespread or systematic election fraud here in Bucks County.”

Two weeks ago, a Delaware County man identified as 70-year-old Bruce Bartman pleaded guilty and admitted he “made a stupid mistake” when he cast a ballot for his deceased mother.

Since the November election, some GOP state legislatures have passed laws to strengthen the rules around absentee and mail-in ballots. That includes Florida’s legislature, which last week approved a bill that provides more regulations for ballot drop boxes as well as more identification requirements for voters who request a mail-in ballot, while Texas’s state House passed a similar bill on May 7.

Immediately after the Florida bill was signed into law, Democratic lawyers and other groups filed several lawsuits challenging the measure as unconstitutional.
 

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Here Is Why the Democrats Are Totally Panicked About the Arizona Audit

By Stu Cvrk | May 10, 2021 9:30 AM ET

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All eyes are on Arizona. Republicans and Trump supporters are certain that the ongoing audit will prove their over-arching allegation that election integrity was nonexistent in the state during the 2020 election. Democrats and their media sycophants are trying to have both sides of a counter-argument: the audit is “fatally flawed” due to lack of security and faulty procedures, and yet, the election was “the most secure ever,” the allegations of irregularities are unsupported, and there is no need for an audit (all the while fighting through the legal system to shut down the audit on the flimsiest of pretenses). Here is how leftwing kook Rachel Maddow and Soros-backed Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (D) frame the audit:

Democrats argue that The Hologram won the election overwhelmingly. One would think that they would be delighted to stick it to Republicans politically by conducting a forensic audit that would prove their case and embarrass anyone supporting former President Trump’s “The Big Lie” claim. That proof would also destroy Trump’s credibility completely, making it impossible for him to mount any kind of comeback in 2024. Isn’t that exactly what the Democrats have been trying to do over the past four years through their various hoaxes and impeachment gambits, i.e., to finally “get rid of Trump”? That they’re not fully supportive of a full forensic audit to prove their claim speaks volumes. What are they hiding by both fighting tooth-and-nail to derail the audit while at the same time giving it their all to discredit the findings even before the results are known?

This might be the understatement of the year:

And here is why. The inimitable Ray Blehar, a retired senior DoD analyst, has just completed a top-level analysis of the Maricopa County results. You may recall that he identified irregularities associated with “missing” write-in and minor party ballots in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and nationally that he believes were manually adjudicated to provide The Hologram’s margin of victory, as previously reported at Redstate here. His key findings in Maricopa are earth-shaking:
  • Two massive vote dumps occurred in just over an hour after the Arizona polls closed totally ~625,000 and ~1,473,000 votes, respectively.
  • The total of those two vote dumps (2,098,619) exceeded the official results total of Maricopa County votes cast (2,089,563) by more than 9,000 votes.
  • Biden received more votes in those two vote dumps (1,161,582) than the official vote tally (1,040,774) in Maricopa County. (Was this the reason for that suspicious fire?)
  • Those dumps could only have been absentee ballot early voting results that were counted legally in the two weeks before Election Day, as late-arriving absentee ballots and election day in-person voting results could not possibly have been included in those two dumps uploaded just over an hour after the polls closed.
  • Those vote dumps were time-stamped making it impossible that those dumps came from any county other than Maricopa, as no other Arizona county delivered more than 525,000 votes, and any two or more counties necessary to contribute to either of those dumps would have had to time their uploads down to the second (an impossibility).
  • In-person voting in Maricopa County on Election Day totaled 167,000 votes cast, per multiple sources (here and here); how were those in-person votes accounted for when the two early voter dumps identified above already exceeded the official number of votes cast in the county?
Other supporting information Blehar allegedly uncovered illuminates those incredible discrepancies.

According to numbers from Edison Research (used by all major media), Biden earned approximately 249,000 more votes than Trump in Maricopa County, as depicted in the table below. Note the “Biden lead” column is cumulative, whereas the other columns represent discrete numbers for each vote dump.

Vote Dump (Credit: Ray Blehar)

According to the official Arizona government website there are over 100,000 more registered Republicans than Democrats in Maricopa County, as shown in the below table:

Registered Voters in Maricopa County (Credit: Ray Blehar)

The other registered voters (the independents shown in the right-most column) delivered ~226,000 votes to Biden and ~80,000 votes to Trump despite polling showing independents favored Biden by only 9 points (53-44%). Biden receiving nearly three times as many of those votes as Trump is HIGHLY unlikely because even that 9-point split is suspect, as virtually all polls exaggerated Biden’s lead among independents nationwide.

The absentee/early balloting across the state was almost evenly split, with Democrats having only a 9,000-ballot edge (~923,000 to ~914,000). Interestingly, Maricopa County absentee/early balloting numbers were never made available. If anything, the split in Maricopa would have been tilted in favor of Trump due to the registration advantage enjoyed by Republicans, making it even more unlikely that Biden could have achieved a lead of ~249,000 votes in Maricopa after those two voter dumps.

Furthermore, exit polls had Trump and Biden within the margin of error in Maricopa (50-48%) — unadjusted for Trump voter deception in which a sizeable fraction of Trump voters had been determined to not have been honest with pollsters throughout 2020. That deception cuts both ways, and probably more so among Democrat crossovers, given the large presence of Democrats at Trump rallies throughout the campaign. Arizona exit polls showed 96% loyalty among Democrats. Are you kidding me? It was probably more like 88% — based on post mortems by pollsters. Likewise, 91% loyalty for Trump among GOP voters is more likely to be 95% based on the same post mortems. The bottom line? Exit polling and post mortem analysis make Biden’s ~249,000 vote margin in Maricopa County seem even more suspicious.

Conclusion: In my opinion, Ray Blehar has identified more than enough “irregularities” to warrant conducting the forensic audit that is underway. Some of these statistical anomalies cannot be simply wished away by the likes of Katie Hobbs and Perkins Coie. For example, how on Earth was it possible that those two early voter dumps totaled more votes than were OFFICIALLY cast in Maricopa County, and without including same-day and late-arriving absentee ballots cast?

In my opinion, the only question remaining at this point is how many fraudulent votes in Maricopa County will the auditors uncover.

No wonder the Democrats are worried!
 

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May 7, 2021 - Politics & Policy
Institutionalizing Trumpism
https://www.axios.com/authors/newsdesk/
Mike Allen, Jim VandeHei
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Protesters supporting Donald Trump march down Fifth Avenue in March. Photo: John Minchillo/AP

Republican officials are rendering an unequivocal verdict: They want to cement former President Trump's politics and policies into the foundation of the GOP for many years to come.

Why it matters: The debate over Trump's post-election hold on the GOP is over — it has gotten stronger since the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol.

The evidence is overwhelming:
  • House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney, a Trump critic, is expected to get booted from leadership next week for saying Trump's claims of an illegitimate Biden victory are lies and destructive.
  • Trumpian voting restrictions like Georgia's are now being debated in Texas, Florida, Arizona, Iowa and other states.
  • The Trump positions on trade and immigration — both of which broke with Bush-era orthodoxy — are now the Republican positions.
  • The 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump after the Jan. 6 violence have gone mostly silent, and in at least one case turned on Cheney.
  • The entire House GOP leadership will soon be full-throated Trumpers.
  • House Rs expect Trump-backed candidates to crush his critics in contested primaries.
  • State-level Republican leaders are often as — or more — Trumpian than national leaders, and in many cases will control redistricting.
Trump senior adviser Jason Miller tells Axios Trump rallies are likely to "start as soon as late spring or early summer."
  • Miller said Trump "has already begun to vet and endorse candidates for 2022, with an eye toward electing not just Republican candidates, but America First Republican candidates."
  • "His endorsement lifts candidates above the pack and often clears the primary field," Miller said. "The general election endorsement provides access to 'Trump voters' not normally accessible to Republicans."
 

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GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward: Election Should Not Have Been Certified If Maricopa County Election Routers Were Shared with Law Enforcement (VIDEO)

By Jim Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 9:28pm


Arizona GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward released a video update on Monday morning on America’s Audit. Dr. Ward went on to explain “the big router lie” by the Maricopa County officials.

Maricopa County had 2.1 million votes in 2020 and therefore required a large system to handle them and therefore the county would need hardware routers for the election. The routers would never be used for data storage because they could not support the amount of information.

Maricopa County insisted last week they could turn over the routers because they are shared with law enforcement.

Dr. Kelli Ward explained in this video that if an election is to be certified its routers should not and could not be shared with law enforcement. This is not allowed.

View: https://twitter.com/i/status/1391758523927695361
5:53 min

Earlier today Joe Hoft at The Gateway Pundit explained that routers show where data was sent and when it was sent and that is why Maricopa County does not want to turn over the routers.
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IT EXPERT: Maricopa County Officials Refuse to Provide Routers and Passwords to Senate Auditors – They Don’t Want Public to Know Where Data Was Sent and When It Was Sent

By Joe Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 8:21pm


We received a report over the weekend dated May 3 from the Maricopa County Attorney’s office directed to the audit team in Maricopa County explaining that they just weren’t able to provide routers requested by the auditors. They also shared that they had provided all the passwords they had to the audit crew.

Below is the two-page letter (4 paragraphs) making these points.

Routers La Rue to Bennett Re Routers Final by Jim Hoft on Scribd (doc on website)

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We noted that the Sherriff of Maricopa County, Paul Penzone, was cc’d in the letter. He is probably better known for the $2 million in support from George Soros in 2016 in the Deep State’s effort to see Sheriff Joe lose for the first time in seven elections. This was reported in Arizona at the time:
When Paul Penzone ran for Maricopa County sheriff in 2016, he famously received a $2 million contribution from billionaire George Soros — the liberal philanthropist’s single biggest investment in a local race that year.

The Democratic ex-Phoenix police officer won the race, stopping Republican Joe Arpaio from obtaining a seventh term in office.
1. The first bone of contention is in the first paragraph of the above response letter where the County claims:
delivering routers, or “virtual images” of routers, posed a significant security risk to law enforcement data utilized by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as well as numerous federal agencies. We had previously believed that the risk would be eliminated by redacting the law enforcement data on the routers and not producing it”.
This response is very questionable because based on our discussion with experts, routers only show the traffic going between entities. Routers record date and time stamps of traffic flow to/from entities and these timestamps are by the second and are not editable. Based on this response the County doesn’t want the auditors to see where data was transferred to and from related to the 2020 Election.

2. In the second paragraph, the County states:

Providing routers or virtual images of routers puts sensitive, confidential data belonging to Maricopa County’s citizens— including social security numbers and protected health information at risk as well. As a result, the County cannot at this time provide the virtual images of routers. The County knows that the Senate would not want to do anything that would endanger the lives of law enforcement officers, their operations, or the protected health information and personal data of Maricopa County’s citizens.

Since the routers don’t record and save the information transferred to and from the County it is not possible to see any data with social security numbers and health info in routers. This is total BS – said one of our experts who looked at this.

3. The third paragraph basically says we will keep looking at this issue and if we find a way to safely provide you the data from the routers we’ll let you know. (Yes, more BS)

4. In the fourth and final paragraph the County addresses their inability to provide passwords:

Additionally, you wrote me on April 30, 2021, asking that the County provide additional passwords, user names, and/or security keys utilized with the County’s precinct-based tabulators. The County has provided every password, user name, and security key in its custody or control, as commanded by the Senate’s subpoenas, and does not have any others.
This last issue is very concerning. A company needs the admin system passwords to run their systems. If true, then who does have the administration passwords.

This indicates the County has ceded full reign of their election tabulators to some other entity. This puts the County more at risk than any of their concerns with sharing router data. This is actually appalling but it is supported by testimonies held after the election:
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Some overall observations are why does the County mix legal and election traffic on the same routers? Also, what did the County provide the previous auditors they hired to perform their audits or is this just another example of the inadequacy of those audits?

Once again the County is stalling and making it difficult to perform an audit of the 2020 Election in Maricopa County. The biggest question still remains – what are they hiding?
 

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Maricopa County Claimed the Two Vendors They Chose to Rubber Stamp Their 2020 Election Results Were Certified – Really?

By Joe Hoft
Published May 10, 2021 at 7:30pm

Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors (MCBOS), who were in charge of the 2020 Election, requested that two firms perform audits of the 2020 Election results. They hand-picked two firms and then when their audits were complete asserted that the two firms were certified. They are at best bending the truth.

We reported on these audits previously. The auditors selected to perform the audits of Maricopa County by the MCBOS turned into train wrecks.

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Despite all this, the MCBOS reported on the results of the audits of the two auditors they selected to perform their audits. Of course, the results were satisfactory and then the MCBOS used these ‘audits’ to claim there was nothing wrong with the 2020 Election in Maricopa. The auditors never looked at any ballots and the MCBOS was making this assertion.

But probably the most stunning assertion was when the MCBOS claimed that the firms who performed the audits were certified.



What the MCBOS neglected to note was that when they selected these firms and claimed these firms were certified they were not being forthright. We uncovered that these firms were not certified at the time the MCBOS made their selection and only were certified after we brought this out in an article in late January 2021.

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Ultimately the MCBOS audits were a waste of time and money and the MCBOS knows it. They hoped this would appease the Senate which it didn’t, it just provided more proof that a real forensic audit of the election was needed.
 

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WTH? Michigan County GOP Chair Files Joint Motion With Assistant AG To Shut Down Antrim Co. Voter Fraud Case

By Patty McMurray
Published May 10, 2021 at 7:08pm

Why is the Grand Traverse GOP Chair working with the Assistant AG to shut down the Antrim County voter fraud case? Is there anyone left in the Republican Party who has the courage to fight back against voter fraud?

100 Percent Fed Up reports – This afternoon, 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin J. Elsenheimer heard arguments from Erik Grill, Assistant Attorney General to the radical Attorney General Dana Nessel, representing MI Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and the attorney representing Antrim County, who also happens to be the Chair of the Grand Traverse Republican Party, Haider Kazim. Kazim and Grill filed a joint motion to dismiss the election fraud lawsuit in Antrim County that was filed by Constitutional Attorney Matt Deperno of DePerno Law, on behalf of his client William Bailey.


Why is the chair of the Grand Traverse Republican Party fighting to stop the investigation into voter fraud in Antrim County where his GOP group is located? What’s in it for Mr. Hazim to stop the voter fraud case from moving forward?


In addition to Grand Traverse Republican Party, Haider Kazim and Michigan’s Asst. AG trying to quash the election fraud case, Peter Wendling, an attorney representing township supervisors in Antrim County, argued that the court should not allow further discovery on the Dominion voting machines because it could be too costly to replace the equipment should it be damaged or rendered unusable. Wendling called an investigation into the machines “overly burdensome and unnecessary.” Incredibly, Mr. Wendling requested that if experts look at the equipment, Dominion should have a say in who inspects their machines—the machines DePerno is claiming intentionally changed the results of the 2020 election.

Antrim County attorney Chris Bzdoz agreed that an investigation into the Dominion machines should not be allowed.

Attorney Matthew DePerno responded to the allegation that an audit of the vote in Antrim County has already been granted, “In no event has the plaintiff been granted an audit,” but instead, the so-called “audit” included a hand recount ordered by the Secretary of State. DePerno stated that there had been no review of any of the down-ballot races.” DePerno told the judge, “We haven’t inspected the absentee ballots, how they were folded or what kind of paper they were printed on.”

DePerno explained to the judge that last week, they proved in a video that votes can be flipped using the same voting machines that were used in Antrim County, “We’ve received multiple problems that include problems at the tabulator, where we show people that the election can be flipped at the tabulator. We can flip votes up and down the ballot as we choose based only on the information and the programming that’s available to use on the Dominion voting system,” said DePerno, adding, “Certainly, the video we released last week shows the actual subversion of the votes.”

Here’s the video Attorney Matt DePerno mentioned in court showing Jeffrey Lendberg as systems vulnerability expert :

View: https://youtu.be/NR58ZQ2H2Bo
7:08 min

“We’ve been requesting discovery from the defendant since February 2021. We still have not received answers. We’ve done all this work, even without the help of the discovery responses from the Secretary of State or Antrim County. So, the question is really not why this has taken so long, but the real question is, why are we rushing this?” DePerno told the judge.

DePerno added new findings that he released last week, “We also discovered that in these individual townships, in the age group of 65-80, almost 100% of this age group voted,” adding that this is an unheard-of statistic.

“We also showed that over 20% of the absentee ballots were mailed out to PO Boxes which is illegal,” DePerno exclaimed.

DePerno also told the court that they have also identified 1061 “phantom votes” in Antrim County— votes cannot be tied to a registered voter.

After Kazim argued that the case needs to be shut down, DePerno responded by accusing MI Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and the Antrim County Clerk of fraud, telling the judge,”We are dealing with a voting system, where we have submitted substantial proof to the court, that these voting systems can switch votes—to manipulate votes and it’s so easy to do.” DePerno told the judge that this case all hinges on his client being granted an audit. He explained that the most recent so-called audit was only a hand-recount and did nothing to prove that his client, Mr. Bailey’s ballot, was not counted.

DePerno told the judge, “We now know how the votes were flipped in Antrim County,” he said, adding that his client didn’t even vote in the last election because he no longer trusts the election process in his county.

After hearing this case, why would any judge not rule in favor of looking into the voting machines in Antrim County and other counties in Michigan?
 

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Attorney Matthew DePerno Demolishes Defense in Call for Antrim County Election Audit

If The Swamp doesn't block the Antrim County election audit, it appears to be a potential bombshell domino to topple the steal.
by JD Rucker
May 10, 2021

Attorney Matthew DePerno Demolishes Defense in Call for Antrim County Election Audit



While hopes are still high in Maricopa County that the current audit will reveal bombshells beyond the obvious lack of transparency and total obstruction by Democrats in performing the audit itself, others are working towards getting their own audits going that can expose the voter fraud that stole the 2020 president election. One such effort is underway in Antrim County, Michigan, where attorney Matthew DePerno dropped some bombshells today before and during court.
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The gist of this filling is that they have proof Dominion Voting Systems and their Antrim County Dominion Democracy Suite Election Management System was used to switch votes from Jo Jorgenson to Donald Trump, then from Trump to Joe Biden, then pushed into a the “Undervote” category. As part of their evidence, they were able to easily reproduce the circumstances that correlated with the apparent vote shift.

According to a report compiled by analyst Jeffrey Lendberg, the filing states [emphasis added]:

“The Antrim County Dominion Democracy Suite, Elections Management System (EMS), Results Tallying and Reporting RTR) application has been found to be subverted. Numerous error conditions that are identified by the tabulator are ignored by the EMS/RTR. The error conditions are easily reproduced and displayed on the tabulator, yet the EMS/RTR has been subverted in a fashion to purposefully ignore vote manipulation. This technical behavior is consistent with a subversion being deployed in the Antrim County EMS/RTR and is designed to mute such error reporting. This subversion technique is common among malicious actors seeking to proactively handle error conditions that would jeopardize their ability to modify software’s performance.”

In layman’s terms, they switched off the alarms that would have alerted observers and future auditors of funny business. It’s like the vote-count version of the movie trope where they freeze a CCTV camera so someone can sneak by without the guard eating a donate and watching soccer in the control room doesn’t notice what’s going on. Here’s the complete Lendberg report filed today:

Scribd doc on website
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DePerno also filed a supplemental brief that detailed the implications of the voter fraud and why the court must allow the election audit to move forward as quickly as possible. In the brief, DePerno noted:

“It is important to note that this subversion affected every single race on the entire ballot, from Presidential election, through Michigan Supreme Court election, and continuing to the bottom of the ticket and the local school board races and Proposals 20-1 and 20-2. Every race was subverted.”

Here’s a PDF of the short brief: https://www.depernolaw.com/uploads/2/7/0/2/27029178/supplemental_brief_051021_1_.pdf

DePerno Antrim County Brief

DePerno hammered the defense today as they tried to subvert discovery of subversion. The video of the hearing has been going viral as in it we hear DePerno detail what was filed with the court and lays waste to arguments that the audit would be too expensive or there’s no reason to have it at all. The judge was a hard read, though. We’ve seen throughout the entire ordeal that judges seem unsympathetic to the cause of stopping voter fraud. It has gotten to the point that some conspiracy theorists (and that’s not a phrase I use as a pejorative) believe these judges have been bribed, bullied, or blackmailed.

Here’s the video of DePerno in action:
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Earlier, DePerno was interviewed twice (and we have reached out through Twitter to see if we can interview him as well. Here’ we hear him on Dark to Light with Frank & Beanz: Dark To Light: Matt DePerno – Election Integrity In Antrim, MI - UncoverDC

Today, Steve Bannon had DePerno on War Room:
Rumble video on website 5:39 min

According to The Gateway Pundit: Antrim County Court Hearing on Monday: Judge to Decide Whether to Expand Audit or Shut the Case Down as Requested by Democrat Secretary of State

DePerno explains that in the December hand recount of Antrim county, there was a total of 15,952 ballots counted; however, Secretary of State Benson’s official database only had 14,901 ballots which means there exists 1,061 extra ballots not on the voter rolls, i.e., “phantom” ballots.

Phantom ballots could explain what happened at the hand recount in December when volunteers were told to count approximately 138 ballots with the very same signature. Despite their repeated objections and attempts to challenge the problem ballots, the Secretary of State official said, “That’s not your role at this very moment” and pushed the volunteers to count the ballots and finish the audit.


Kyle Becker at Becker News gave detailed analysis of what’s happening in Antrim County: Now a *2ND* Forensic Audit is Being Requested, As Fate of Election Lawsuit in Michigan Hangs in Balance - Becker News

A joint motion requesting Judge Kevin Elsenheimer dismiss the lawsuit has been filed by Assistant Michigan Attorney General Erik Grill , who represents intervener Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and attorney Haider Kazim, who is representing defendant Antrim County.

The joint motion seeks to have the lawsuit dismissed for lack of standing. The judge has already allowed the complainant, Bailey and his attorney, Matthew DePerno, to have a third party conduct a forensic examination of the county’s Dominion Voting Systems equipment. That audit was conducted earlier by Allied Security Operations Group, a Dallas-based firm that concluded the voting machine equipment was fraught with errors.

“The Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results,” the audit report stated. “The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or election fraud. Based on our study, we conclude that The Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified…”

Antrim County had been the site of a detected error that flipped votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden. The error was detected and corrected before the 2020 election results could be certified.

“Bailey continues to argue the county violated his constitutional rights after an error by County Clerk Sheryl Guy caused about 2,000 votes cast for then-President Donald Trump, to be initially — and mistakenly — tallied for then-challenger Joe Biden,” the Traverse Eagle reported.

“Guy, a Republican, corrected her office’s vote tally errors prior to the state’s certification of the county’s November election results, and records show Trump won Antrim County by a large margin, receiving 9,748 votes to Biden’s 5,960 votes,” the report continued.

Matthew DePerno has also requested election data from other counties, which the judge rejected as a “fishing expedition.” DePerno filed another motion on May 4 seeking to add Antrim County Clerk Sheryl Guy, state Bureau of Elections Director Jonathan Brater, and Election Source, a Dominion subcontractor, to the lawsuit as defendants, the report continued.

Meanwhile, a forensic audit of Antrim County has now been proposed and will be under discussion at a meeting in June.

“In the more than seven hour meeting, commissioners also discussed whether they have the authority to conduct their own audit, forensic accounting or hand recount of the county’s 2020 election results,” the Traverse Eagle noted. “They don’t — state law says only the Secretary of State can conduct and audit elections in Michigan.”


There are only two real possibilities based on the evidence that has been seen so far in Antrim County. Either the judge suppresses everything on behalf of The Swamp or the audit goes forward and the truth finally comes out.
 

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“Votes Were Intentionally Switched – The Number is MASSIVE” – President Trump Weighs in on Michigan Election Fraud Case After Monday’s Hearing

By Jim Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 7:15am


Michigan Attorney Matthew DePerno was back in court on Monday afternoon.
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Attorney Matthew DePerno filed his latest findings in the Circuit Court for Antrim County on Friday. DePerno told the court on Monday that he has proof now of the voter fraud and requested the court to allow him to broaden his investigation.

Deperno’s findings he presented today in court were absolutely shocking!

Later this evening President Trump weighed in on the Michigan Election Fraud case presented today by Attorney DePerno.

President Trump says the number of switched votes is “MASSIVE and determinative.”

Donald J. Trump

8:52pm May 10, 2021
The major Michigan Election Fraud case has just filed a bombshell pleading claiming votes were intentionally switched from President Trump to Joe Biden. The number of votes is MASSIVE and determinative. This will prove true in numerous other States. All Republicans must UNIFY and not let this happen. If a thief robs a jewelry store of all of its diamonds (the 2020 Presidential Election), the diamonds must be returned. The Fake News media refuses to cover the greatest Election Fraud in the history of our Country. They have lost all credibility, but ultimately, they will have no choice!
 

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Is Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Covering Up for Soros Connected Sheriff’s Emails As Much As for 2020 Election Activity?

By Joe Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 3:45pm

Yesterday we reported that Maricopa County officials are refusing to provide router data to the auditors of the 2020 Election. They claimed the routers posed a threat to the Sheriff’s office. What is it from the Sheriff’s office that they don’t want the auditors to see?

Yesterday we reported that the Maricopa County Attorney sent a letter to the 2020 Election auditors. The attorney claimed they could not provide router data to the 2020 Election auditors because it also included data from the Sheriff’s office:
While the County was delivering the subpoenaed material to the Senate’s custody on Thursday, April 22, 2021, MCAO was notified that delivering routers, or “virtual images” of routers, posed a significant security risk to law enforcement data utilized by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as well as numerous federal agencies. We had previously believed that the risk would be eliminated by redacting the law enforcement data on the routers and not producing it. But we were informed that redaction did not eliminate the risk. We also learned that if criminal elements or others gained access to this data, it might compromise county and federal law enforcement efforts and put the lives of law enforcement personnel at risk.
Here was our post.
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After some thought, we now wonder if the reason the County didn’t want to share router data to the audits may be as much related to the Sheriff as is their concerns with providing 2020 Election router data.

We say this because the Sheriff in Maricopa County is backed by George Soros. Law Enforcement Today shared a couple of years ago:
George Soros contributed at least $2 million to the campaign of Paul Penzone when he challenged Sheriff Joe Arpaio two years ago.
Maricopa County and the Phoenix metroplex are large areas… but this was still an election for a county sheriff. You have to wonder why the notorious billionaire would invest so much in Penzone’s campaign. But to answer that question, you only need look as far as Penzone’s Chief of Staff and Special Counsel, Stephanie Fleischman Cherny.
Former and current members of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department have strongly indicated the reasons for this outside intervention, and laid out a trail of bread crumbs that led to Penzone becoming sheriff, changing nearly every policy in the department to align with the ACLU’s narrative and agenda and placing deputies in the dangerous and conflictual position of declaring their steadfast loyalty to Penzone or face significant repercussions – made-up internal affairs investigations, secret meetings, and direct action to prevent deputies from laterally moving to other departments or police forces.
Think about it. What are the odds that the same county that voted for Sheriff Joe followed up by voting for a Soros connected candidate? This just doesn’t make sense.

The law enforcement of the nation’s fourth-largest county is now being run by George Soros. How does that make you feel America?
 

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PROOF OF FRAUDULENT ELECTION: Trump Won More Blacks, Latinos, AND WOMEN and a “Sizeable” Shift to Trump by Immigrant Populations in 2020 Election — But Beijing Biden Won?

By Jim Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 1:53pm

Biden got a record low number of counties in the United States by a supposed “winner” – only 16%.

Trump won every bellwether county except one and every battleground race in the US House.

Trump won Ohio, Florida and Iowa handily something EVERY winning candidate has accomplished since 1960.

Biden won even fewer counties than Obama — but they claim he had more votes than Obama?
When you win a record low 17% of counties, lose Black & Hispanic support, lose 18/19 Bellwether Counties, lose Ohio, Florida, & Iowa — and lose 27/27 House “Toss-Ups” — but you shatter the popular vote record❗ pic.twitter.com/ceBEoVYf8k
— Kanekoa (@KanekoaTheGreat) December 19, 2020
President Trump won more of the black and Latino vote than any of his recent Republican predecessors since 1960.

According to The New York Post — Nationally, preliminary numbers indicated that 26 percent of Trump’s voting share came from nonwhite voters — the highest percentage for a GOP presidential candidate since 1960.

And President Trump made “sizeable” gains with large populations of Latinos and residents of Asian descent, including ones with the highest numbers of immigrants.

Now this…

Newly released data from the Catalist confirms Trump won more women and voters of color in 2020 than he did in 2016.

Via The Washington Examiner.
The share of Trump voters who were women or people of color in last year’s election was 57.2%, up from 54.8% in 2016… The former president also increased his support among all racial demographics in 2020, with the exception of white men, making a 7-point gain among nonwhite women, a 4-point gain with nonwhite men, a 1-point gain with white women, and a 1-point loss among white men. …
Black voter support also saw a substantial increase in last year’s election, with the group swinging 3 points toward Trump compared to 2016.

“Along with massive increases in turnout, Latino vote share as a whole swung towards Trump by 8 points in two-way vote share compared to 2016, though Biden-Harris still enjoyed solid majority (61%) support among this group,” Catalist wrote in its analysis of the data.
Any honest mathematician would look at these numbers and realize the obvious.
Democrats stole the 2020 election.
There is absolutely no doubt that President Trump won this election in a landslide.
 

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FLASHBACK: CDC Uses Faulty COVID Transmission Data to Push for Mail-in Voting in Attempt to Get Rid of Trump

By Jim Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 12:45pm


On Tuesday the CDC announced they (lied) miscalculated the dangers of the coronavirus and now claim the virus is not nearly as contagious as was once reported.

The New York Times called out the CDC for “misclassifying” the COVID transmission outdoors. The CDC said the transmission was 10% and now believe it is closer to 1% or non-existent.

The CDC lied about this figure for over a year.
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But it did help them assist in getting rid of Donald Trump as president.

The CDC helped Democrats steal the 2020 election by announcing back in March 2020 that they recommend mail-in voting. This allowed several Democrat-run swing states to steal the election from Donald Trump with legislative tricks and phantom voter turnout.

Here is what the CDC said back in March 2020 to assist Democrat governors and state officials.
Interim guidance to prevent spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Updated March 27, 2020
Summary of changes:
  • Encourage moving election polling locations away from long term care facilities and facilities housing older persons to minimize COVID-19 exposure among older individuals and those with chronic medical conditions.
  • Updated EPA COVID Disinfectant link.
Background
There is much to learn about the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Based on what is currently known about SARS-CoV-2 and about similar coronaviruses, spread from person-to-person happens most frequently among close contacts (within about 6 feet). This type of transmission occurs via respiratory droplets.
Today we know this was a complete fraud and that chance of contracting the disease outdoors is around 1%.

But they did get rid of Trump.
 

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STUNNING TESTIMONY: AZ Elections Witness Testifies that Private Company Was Scanning Ballots Offsite, NOT Election Workers, Then Delivering Them to Counting Center

By Jim Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 9:06am

Back on November 30, 2020, Maricopa County elections witness Jan Bryant testified before the Arizona legislature.

Jan has a strong project management background. She could not believe what she witnessed during the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona.



Jan said back on November 30, 2020, that Maricopa County officials DID NOT RUN THE ELECTION! Dominion employees John and Bruce did.

Jan’s testimony might explain why Maricopa County officials do not have Admin passwords or access to the Dominion voting machines.

They never had them!

Jan also testified under oath that county staff, not even IT staff were allowed access to the voting machines and that she witnessed Dominon employees with a laptop computer in the counting room.


Jan worked 6 days at MCTEC, has an MBA, and project management background in technology.

Later during questioning by Republican Rep. Mark Finchem, Jan Bryant told the Arizona lawmakers that there were daily election ballot deliveries to MCTEC by Runbeck Election Services. According to witness testimony (transcribed below), these deliveries happened in 2020 from Nov. 3rd to at least the 10th.

Repeated explanations by supervisors at that time was that “Runbeck has high speed scanners”.

According to Jan Bryant, she was told the ballots were scanned offsite by Runbeck and then delivered to the Maricopa County Election Center.

This should disqualify all of Maricopa County results.

Here is the video — transcript below:

Here is the transcript from Jan Bryant’s testimony…………..

Jan Bryant: …ten days before they quit tabulating they thought they were done. And then more truck loads of ballots would come in. And I’m like, how can you not know how many ballots are still out there.

State House Rep. David L. Cook: Mr. Chairman I’m sorry. WOULD YOU REPEAT THAT. They thought they were done, and then there was WHAT?

Jan Bryant: They thought they were done multiple times. Multiple times the people that were running the rooms thought they were done (counting ballots), or almost done. Or were gonna be done Wednesday morning (Nov. 4th), then Thursday morning (Nov. 5th), then Friday morning. Then it went on the whole next week. And I’m like, I asked the question, You don’t know how many ballots are still left to come in? I don’t know who does, again…process…project management, but zero.

State House Rep. Mark Finchem: On that point Ma’am, I’m tracking with you but, what day did the truck show up?

Jan Bryant:Every day, yeah, every day.

Mark Finchem: OK. Just a minute. I want to make sure we capture this properly. So there were trucks that showed up on the 3rd, and then the 4th, and then the 5th, and how long did that go on. How many days?

Jan Bryant: I wasn’t there the whole last week. My last day was the 10th and they were still coming in. They were coming from a company called Runbeck, that does the high speed scanning and printing of duplications, and I think the military ballots. And now I’m getting out of my comfort level here talking about this. I don’t know what they are doing but those ballots are coming in from a high speed scanning company called Runbeck that…. apparently you haven’t heard of Runbeck.

Mark Finchem:
No, I’ve heard of Runbeck Ma’am. What I’m trying to figure out is whether they printed them or if they scanned them. And if they scanned them offsite, to what purpose?

Jan Bryant: I can’t tell you.

Mark Finchem: Wasn’t that your job to scan them? I mean, not your job, but the (MCTEC).

Jan Bryant: No, all the high speed scanning happens at Runbeck. So, those ballots go to Runbeck. As far as I know there were no observers there. I don’t know. I never got called to work at Runbeck. That’s all I can tell you.

Mark Finchem: OK, with all do respect Mr. Cook, now we’ve now opened up a whole new can of worms.

Jan Bryant: And again I don’t know enough about it to be the witness.

Mark Finchem: No that’s fine. Your observation is useful here. What you telling me is the scanning wasn’t actually done on site at a Maricopa County structure. It was done someplace else.

Jan Bryant: Where they have very high speed scanners.

Mark Finchem: Right now I really don’t care what the speed is. I want to know were they Dominion scanners?

Jan Bryant: No, no, I don’t think it has anything to do with Dominion.

Mark Finchem: I’m trying to understand what was the purpose of scanning them in advance of them being tabulated on the Dominion equipment.

Jan Bryant: They were duplicate, duplications. The ballots that wouldn’t read through the tabulation machines. They were ballots that came in from Military and overseas. BUT THERE WERE MORE BALLOTS THAN THAT. So I don’t know where the rest of them were coming from. Because they kept bringing trays of them in. So I don’t know where they were coming from. That’s a question for the county employees to explain to you, where those ballots came from that whole next week. I don’t know where they came from.

Rudy Giuliani: So you were there from Nov. 3rd through the 10th. Seven days later (after election) ballots were still coming in.

Jan Bryant: Yes.

Rudy Giuliani: Were those ballots counted?

Jan Bryant: I watched them go through the tabulation machines. And I watched people working on the adjudication of those ballots.

Rudy Giuliani: And how many ballots..

Jan Bryant: Oh, I don’t know.

Rudy Giuliani: What was the largest number you saw in one day. Just a guess. How many cartons? Jan Bryant (06:58:13): OK, there was….I wasn’t there…there was usually 2 or 3 shifts. I wanna say one day they thought 90,000 was a good number, for a shift. And if they were running multiple shifts a day. It was somewhere between the 3rd and the 10th. (2 more minutes of Rudy numbers questions)

State Senator Sylvia Allen (07:00:09): Ms Bryant, I’m curious, why did the county on the last days you were there, brought in county employees to take part in, being part of the observers?

Jan Bryant: They weren’t observing they were actually adjudicating. So they were doing.. I think they just need all hands on deck. I mean, that was the intent, was to get the work done and finish counting because they kept thinking they were done and.

Senator Allen: I was thinking they were working to make up for the lack of not having Republicans. So were we (Republicans) short of having volunteers to go in and observers in Maricopa.

Jan Bryant: I don’t believe so. There was always at least two of us in the tabulation center and at least one in one of the other rooms like signature verification. What the (county) employees were doing was the adjudication work which also requires two different parties to adjudicate each ballot. So you had to have at least 2 of the 3 parties to do that. So that’s what the county employees were doing at the end. They brought them on just to help with the backlog.

State House Rep. Bret Roberts: You got to a point where they continued to say they didn’t know where these trucks of ballots were coming from.

Jan Bryant: It’s not that they didn’t know. It’s that they didn’t know how many were still coming.

Bret Roberts: I assume at this point in time these were not early ballots in any way shape or form. I’m just kind of curious, did anything stand out to you as far as these new ballots, didn’t know where they were coming from, as far as a physical appearance in any way?

Jan Bryant: No. Everything… they just looked like ballots. Just kept coming. They all came in the same bins…..
 

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Windham, New Hampshire Patriots File Emergency Injunction Against Sham Audit Set to Begin Tuesday Morning

By Jim Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 8:37am

This was originally posted by Ken Eyring at Granite Grok.
We will update as we learn more information.


From Monday night:
The forensic audit of the Windham voting machines and ballots from November 3, 2020, is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 10 am – but that might be delayed if the temporary injunction I filed today is approved by a Judge in the morning.



I filed the request because I’m concerned with the lack of checks and balances of the auditors, as well as the volatility of the forensic machine data that needs to be preserved. It is important to forensically image all of the data for each of Windham’s four AccuVote machines and I do not believe any of the current forensic teams have the necessary skill sets to adequately perform that specialized task.
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I also filed a RTK request to protect the critical machine data that is stored in memory when the machines are powered down. That data is vulnerable to being lost if special care is not taken, because it will be flushed out of memory and lost when the machines are powered up.
The RTK request should protect all of the data on the machines if the intent of the law is followed:
RSA 91-A:9 Destruction of Certain Information Prohibited. – A person is guilty of a misdemeanor who knowingly destroys any information with the purpose to prevent such information from being inspected or disclosed in response to a request under this chapter. If a request for inspection is denied on the grounds that the information is exempt under this chapter, the requested material shall be preserved for 90 days or while any lawsuit pursuant to RSA 91-A:7-8 is pending.
The breakdown means this:
(1) either the data is copied and delivered as requested,
(2) the request is denied – but the data must be preserved for 90 days, or
(3) the request is denied but the data must be preserved while a lawsuit is in progress:
The goal is to get copies of all the data from all of the machines and perform a forensic audit with an independent team that is outside of the umbrella of one organization (Verified Voting). There will be those who fight this request. Not because there is any justification to do so – nor harm that will come if it is approved. They will fight it just to fight it. And to that, I say keep on exposing who you are.
 

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Alaska Resident Marilyn Hueper Tells Horrifying Story of HOURS of FBI Occupation and Imprisonment – Feds Seized Her Pocket Declaration of Independence! (AUDIO)

By Cristina Laila
Published May 11, 2021 at 3:26pm
Paul and Marilyn Hueper

Alaska resident Marilyn Hueper on Tuesday recounted her horrifying experience when the FBI raided her home and seized her electronics during an explosive interview with Rose Unplugged on WJAS 1320 AM.

Last month the FBI raided a Homer, Alaska couple’s home looking for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop.

12 agents broke down the Hueper’s front door with their guns drawn, separated the husband and wife, cuffed them, seized their electronics and interrogated them for 3 hours.

After a 3 hour interrogation, it turned out it was a case of ‘mistaken identity.’

The Hueper’s just happened to be on vacation in DC the same week Trump spoke at the Ellipse on January 6 and decided to attend the rally, however they never entered the Capitol building.

Marilyn Hueper said FBI agents accused her of entering the US Capitol building and assisting in the theft of Speaker Pelosi’s laptop.

Near the end of the interrogation, FBI agents pulled out a photo of the woman they were looking for and although the woman resembled her (side-by-side photo of the two women below), it was a case of mistaken identity!

The Huepers were not charged with any crimes, but Marilyn Hueper recounted the horrifying FBI raid, the hours of occupation and imprisonment during an interview with Rose Unplugged on WJAS 1320 AM.

Marilyn Hueper said the FBI also took her pocket Declaration of Independence!

THIS INTERVIEW IS A MUST LISTEN!
AUDIO:

View: https://youtu.be/Dl_9rZ6mQxg
32:49 min

Check out Rose Unplugged on WJAS 1320 AM – The Talk of Pittsburgh 1320 AM

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In rare hearing appearance, McConnell says Dems with voting bill 'hell bent' on rewiring democracy

McConnell says Democrats want to rewrite the "ground rules of American politics for their benefit."

By Nicholas Sherman
Updated: May 11, 2021 - 5:34pm

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, in a rare appearance for a member of congressional leadership to testify at a Capitol Hill hearing, on Tuesday said Democrats, with their sweeping voter-reform bill, want to "rewrite the ground rules of American politics for their benefit."

McConnell said the passage of congressional Democrats' bill to eliminate safeguards like voter ID while allowing public financing for congressional campaigns and the disclosure of the names of donors to some political groups would make their party "the board of elections for every county and state in America."

The Democrat-controlled House has already passed its version of the For The People Act. And Senate Democrats are now trying to pass their version.

Senate Republicans have reportedly also submitted over 100 amendments in an effort to defeat or at least considerable change the Democrats' bill.

“Why are Democrats so hell-bent on doing whatever it takes to rewire our democracy on a thoroughly partisan basis,” McConnell asked. "This legislation will let Washington Democrats dictate the terms of their own re-election races by rewriting all 50 States election laws."

Congress Democrats are effectively trying to expand voting as several Republican-led states including Georgia, Florida and Texas have either passed or are attempting top pass bills intended of curbing voter fraud but placing tighter rules on absentee ballots and other alternatives to Election Day balloting at polling stations.

McConnell's Democratic counterpart, New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, also spoke at the s hearing. The Senate Majority Leader arguedRepublican efforts to block the bill are an attempt to disenfranchise voters.

"If you [Republicans] choose the path of uncompromising opposition, you will cast yourself in league with the most reprehensible, sweeping voter suppression effort in decades," the New York lawmaker said.
 

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Appeals Court: Federal Law Gives Right to Inspect Non-Citizen Voting
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In this photo taken Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018 North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper pauses during an interview at the Governor's mansion in Raleigh, N.C. Cooper hasn’t given up yet on Apple creating more jobs soon in North Carolina. Cooper declined to comment Wednesday on why the state didn’t land thousands …
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The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) is marking its third win in the last few years on protecting the right to inspect state voter rolls for non-citizen registrations and voting.

The Fourth Circuit federal appeals court on Monday ruled in favor of PILF in its lawsuit against the North Carolina State Board of Elections, vacating a lower court’s decision blocking the inspection of the state’s voter rolls for non-citizen registrations and voting.

“North Carolina had tried to prevent the public from inspecting records related to noncitizens registering and voting in our elections,” PILF President J. Christian Adams said in a statement.

“Federal law presumes that election records are public,” Adams said. “The Fourth Circuit vacated the lower court’s dismissal of the case. This is an important win because it means that the public’s right to know about election vulnerabilities has been vindicated.”

The Richmond-based appeals court concluded “that the Board’s efforts in the present case to identify non-citizen registrants qualify as a ‘program’ or ‘activity’ to ensure an accurate list of eligible voters.”

In June 2019, PILF filed the lawsuit against North Carolina election officials after they failed to disclose voter roll records showing non-citizen registrations and voting. A lower court, though, dismissed PILF’s lawsuit claiming such records could not be disclosed to the public.

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, though, ruled in favor of PILF having a right to inspect North Carolina’s voter rolls for non-citizen registrations and voting, remanding the dismissal by the lower court.

“Because discovery was not conducted, we cannot discern on this record whether [PILF] may be entitled to disclosure of some of the documents requested,” the opinion stated.

“The record here shows that, at a minimum, the Board has disclosed to the United States Attorney documents involved in grand jury investigations of 789 individuals statewide,” the opinion continued.

While PILF will now go back to court to negotiate over the records, this is the third win for PILF on protecting the right to inspect state voter rolls for non-citizen registrations and voting since 2019.

In March 2019, a Texas court ruled that PILF could move forward with seeking non-citizen voting records in Harris County, Texas. Then, in December 2019, a federal court similarly ruled that PILF could continue seeking non-citizen voting records in Pennsylvania.

North Carolina has a history of concealing non-citizen voting. In November 2019, for instance, Gov. Roy Cooper (D) vetoed legislation that would have purged self-admitted non-citizen voters from the state’s voter rolls ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

The case is Public Interest Legal Foundation v. North Carolina State Board of Elections, 19-2265 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
 

STUNNING TESTIMONY: AZ Elections Witness Testifies that Private Company Was Scanning Ballots Offsite, NOT Election Workers, Then Delivering Them to Counting Center

By Jim Hoft
Published May 11, 2021 at 9:06am

Back on November 30, 2020, Maricopa County elections witness Jan Bryant testified before the Arizona legislature.

Jan has a strong project management background. She could not believe what she witnessed during the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona.



Jan said back on November 30, 2020, that Maricopa County officials DID NOT RUN THE ELECTION! Dominion employees John and Bruce did.

Jan’s testimony might explain why Maricopa County officials do not have Admin passwords or access to the Dominion voting machines.

They never had them!

Jan also testified under oath that county staff, not even IT staff were allowed access to the voting machines and that she witnessed Dominon employees with a laptop computer in the counting room.


Jan worked 6 days at MCTEC, has an MBA, and project management background in technology.

Later during questioning by Republican Rep. Mark Finchem, Jan Bryant told the Arizona lawmakers that there were daily election ballot deliveries to MCTEC by Runbeck Election Services. According to witness testimony (transcribed below), these deliveries happened in 2020 from Nov. 3rd to at least the 10th.

Repeated explanations by supervisors at that time was that “Runbeck has high speed scanners”.

According to Jan Bryant, she was told the ballots were scanned offsite by Runbeck and then delivered to the Maricopa County Election Center.

This should disqualify all of Maricopa County results.

Here is the video — transcript below:

Here is the transcript from Jan Bryant’s testimony…………..

Jan Bryant: …ten days before they quit tabulating they thought they were done. And then more truck loads of ballots would come in. And I’m like, how can you not know how many ballots are still out there.

State House Rep. David L. Cook: Mr. Chairman I’m sorry. WOULD YOU REPEAT THAT. They thought they were done, and then there was WHAT?

Jan Bryant: They thought they were done multiple times. Multiple times the people that were running the rooms thought they were done (counting ballots), or almost done. Or were gonna be done Wednesday morning (Nov. 4th), then Thursday morning (Nov. 5th), then Friday morning. Then it went on the whole next week. And I’m like, I asked the question, You don’t know how many ballots are still left to come in? I don’t know who does, again…process…project management, but zero.

State House Rep. Mark Finchem: On that point Ma’am, I’m tracking with you but, what day did the truck show up?

Jan Bryant:Every day, yeah, every day.

Mark Finchem: OK. Just a minute. I want to make sure we capture this properly. So there were trucks that showed up on the 3rd, and then the 4th, and then the 5th, and how long did that go on. How many days?

Jan Bryant: I wasn’t there the whole last week. My last day was the 10th and they were still coming in. They were coming from a company called Runbeck, that does the high speed scanning and printing of duplications, and I think the military ballots. And now I’m getting out of my comfort level here talking about this. I don’t know what they are doing but those ballots are coming in from a high speed scanning company called Runbeck that…. apparently you haven’t heard of Runbeck.

Mark Finchem:
No, I’ve heard of Runbeck Ma’am. What I’m trying to figure out is whether they printed them or if they scanned them. And if they scanned them offsite, to what purpose?

Jan Bryant: I can’t tell you.

Mark Finchem: Wasn’t that your job to scan them? I mean, not your job, but the (MCTEC).

Jan Bryant: No, all the high speed scanning happens at Runbeck. So, those ballots go to Runbeck. As far as I know there were no observers there. I don’t know. I never got called to work at Runbeck. That’s all I can tell you.

Mark Finchem: OK, with all do respect Mr. Cook, now we’ve now opened up a whole new can of worms.

Jan Bryant: And again I don’t know enough about it to be the witness.

Mark Finchem: No that’s fine. Your observation is useful here. What you telling me is the scanning wasn’t actually done on site at a Maricopa County structure. It was done someplace else.

Jan Bryant: Where they have very high speed scanners.

Mark Finchem: Right now I really don’t care what the speed is. I want to know were they Dominion scanners?

Jan Bryant: No, no, I don’t think it has anything to do with Dominion.

Mark Finchem: I’m trying to understand what was the purpose of scanning them in advance of them being tabulated on the Dominion equipment.

Jan Bryant: They were duplicate, duplications. The ballots that wouldn’t read through the tabulation machines. They were ballots that came in from Military and overseas. BUT THERE WERE MORE BALLOTS THAN THAT. So I don’t know where the rest of them were coming from. Because they kept bringing trays of them in. So I don’t know where they were coming from. That’s a question for the county employees to explain to you, where those ballots came from that whole next week. I don’t know where they came from.

Rudy Giuliani: So you were there from Nov. 3rd through the 10th. Seven days later (after election) ballots were still coming in.

Jan Bryant: Yes.

Rudy Giuliani: Were those ballots counted?

Jan Bryant: I watched them go through the tabulation machines. And I watched people working on the adjudication of those ballots.

Rudy Giuliani: And how many ballots..

Jan Bryant: Oh, I don’t know.

Rudy Giuliani: What was the largest number you saw in one day. Just a guess. How many cartons? Jan Bryant (06:58:13): OK, there was….I wasn’t there…there was usually 2 or 3 shifts. I wanna say one day they thought 90,000 was a good number, for a shift. And if they were running multiple shifts a day. It was somewhere between the 3rd and the 10th. (2 more minutes of Rudy numbers questions)

State Senator Sylvia Allen (07:00:09): Ms Bryant, I’m curious, why did the county on the last days you were there, brought in county employees to take part in, being part of the observers?

Jan Bryant: They weren’t observing they were actually adjudicating. So they were doing.. I think they just need all hands on deck. I mean, that was the intent, was to get the work done and finish counting because they kept thinking they were done and.

Senator Allen: I was thinking they were working to make up for the lack of not having Republicans. So were we (Republicans) short of having volunteers to go in and observers in Maricopa.

Jan Bryant: I don’t believe so. There was always at least two of us in the tabulation center and at least one in one of the other rooms like signature verification. What the (county) employees were doing was the adjudication work which also requires two different parties to adjudicate each ballot. So you had to have at least 2 of the 3 parties to do that. So that’s what the county employees were doing at the end. They brought them on just to help with the backlog.

State House Rep. Bret Roberts: You got to a point where they continued to say they didn’t know where these trucks of ballots were coming from.

Jan Bryant: It’s not that they didn’t know. It’s that they didn’t know how many were still coming.

Bret Roberts: I assume at this point in time these were not early ballots in any way shape or form. I’m just kind of curious, did anything stand out to you as far as these new ballots, didn’t know where they were coming from, as far as a physical appearance in any way?

Jan Bryant: No. Everything… they just looked like ballots. Just kept coming. They all came in the same bins…..
What the phuckin’ hell?
 

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DePerno Denied Additional Discovery But Antrim Lawsuit Still In Play
By Wendi Strauch Mahoney
May 11, 2021

Who Voted For Me?/Illustration by Alicia Tatone

The judge in the Antrim County lawsuit says he will not allow discovery entered late in the game, saying “discovery is closed.” Previously, DePerno had requested discovery to expand to other counties but, on Monday, DePerno requested an expansion to other townships within Antrim County. The judge stated that “the court rules require us to move precipitously…and I advised attorneys at the beginning” of that expeditious timeline. The hearing can be viewed here.
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Attorney Matt DePerno filed a supplemental brief for Monday’s hearing for the Antrim County election lawsuit with 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer. In the brief, DePerno claims that the Mar. 26, 2021 analysis by expert Alex Halderman has been debunked by the testimony from expert witness Jeffrey Lenberg, as reported by UncoverDC on May 7. Halderman concluded that the Antrim County “election results were the result of human error and were not caused by a security breach and that there is no credible evidence errors were caused deliberately.” Halderman’s report can be found here.

DePerno also entered Lenberg’s testimony into the case. Unfortunately, according to DePerno, his amended complaint was filed but didn’t make it to Judge Elsenheimer’s desk. He wanted to amend the motion schedule, filed May 6, as well, but the weekend may have interfered with the court’s receipt of DePerno/Bailey requests.

Antrim County/May 10 Hearing/ Judge Elsenheimer Presiding
Assistant Attorney General Erik Grill argued for Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson that there is no further relief that the court can grant. “The election results have already been certified,” he continued. He also said that Bailey could have called for a recount but did not. Grill shot down every claim in DePerno’s amended complaint, including doing a forensic audit. Grill maintained Bailey is not allowed to “concoct” his own “personalized audit.”

Grill’s most notable comment regarded what DePerno has called Antrim shuffle. As reported by UncoverDC, DePerno referred in his amended complaint to Nov. 4, Nov. 5, and finally Nov. 21 as all having different vote totals for the two presidential candidates. Grill maintains that the first two sets of results were unofficial, so there was no injury or “material fraud” since it ultimately did not change the election results. And, he continued, since the final official certified results were “essentially accurate,” there is no reason to investigate the election.

He asked the court to rule on the motion to dismiss and then consider DePerno’s amended complaint.

DePerno contends that a recount would do nothing and that there is no mechanism for a citizen to investigate or audit a fraudulent election with the kind of evidence he has. “We have submitted substantial proof to the court that these voting systems are able to switch votes, to manipulate votes, and it is so easy to do it.” DePerno pointed out that the Dec. 17 recount was not an audit, as stated by Grill during the hearing. According to DePerno, Benson conducted a “hand recount of 18k ballots in various townships across the state of Michigan.” DePerno countered Grill’s argument that this is an “individualized audit” being requested. In fact, he referred to the very rules in Michigan’s Post Election Audit manual for some of the measures he is requesting.

Judge Elsenheimer said he will decide whether the plaintiff’s case lacks standing on Tuesday, May 18. Attorney Matt DePerno argues that the case does have standing specifically because of a new provision in the Michigan Constitution, Article 2, Section 4 (1)(h), which indicates that a citizen has “the right to have the results of statewide elections audited in such a manner as prescribed by law to ensure the accuracy and the integrity of elections.” The constitutional language was part of an amendment to the 1963 Michigan Constitution. The amendment was passed in the November 2018 General Election.

“If nothing else comes from this lawsuit, it is that the vote was subverted,” added DePerno. “No one can tell me what the actual ballots say unless you show them to me…they certify an election without ever looking at the paper ballots.” DePerno requested that the decision for the motion to dismiss be delayed until next Tuesday when Elsenheimer has had the time to go through the missing documents that were supposed to be in today’s hearing.

DePerno explained what he planned to argue in today’s hearing to Steve Bannon on his War Room podcast on Monday morning before the hearing here. He told Bannon that three Republicans are among the biggest opponents in his fight to expose the Antrim County fraud.

The judge plans to prepare an oral decision by the end of the weekend to be discussed at next Tuesday’s hearing. Grill still has several depositions scheduled but wants to delay them because of the addition of ElectionSource in the amended complaint. The depositions related to the counties with motions in the case will be delayed. The county Plaintiffs are represented by Attorney Haider Kazim. Expert reports for Plaintiff and Defendant are due on May 24.
 

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DePerno Denied Additional Discovery But Antrim Lawsuit Still In Play
By Wendi Strauch Mahoney
May 11, 2021

Who Voted For Me?/Illustration by Alicia Tatone

The judge in the Antrim County lawsuit says he will not allow discovery entered late in the game, saying “discovery is closed.” Previously, DePerno had requested discovery to expand to other counties but, on Monday, DePerno requested an expansion to other townships within Antrim County. The judge stated that “the court rules require us to move precipitously…and I advised attorneys at the beginning” of that expeditious timeline. The hearing can be viewed here.
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Attorney Matt DePerno filed a supplemental brief for Monday’s hearing for the Antrim County election lawsuit with 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer. In the brief, DePerno claims that the Mar. 26, 2021 analysis by expert Alex Halderman has been debunked by the testimony from expert witness Jeffrey Lenberg, as reported by UncoverDC on May 7. Halderman concluded that the Antrim County “election results were the result of human error and were not caused by a security breach and that there is no credible evidence errors were caused deliberately.” Halderman’s report can be found here.

DePerno also entered Lenberg’s testimony into the case. Unfortunately, according to DePerno, his amended complaint was filed but didn’t make it to Judge Elsenheimer’s desk. He wanted to amend the motion schedule, filed May 6, as well, but the weekend may have interfered with the court’s receipt of DePerno/Bailey requests.

Antrim County/May 10 Hearing/ Judge Elsenheimer Presiding
Assistant Attorney General Erik Grill argued for Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson that there is no further relief that the court can grant. “The election results have already been certified,” he continued. He also said that Bailey could have called for a recount but did not. Grill shot down every claim in DePerno’s amended complaint, including doing a forensic audit. Grill maintained Bailey is not allowed to “concoct” his own “personalized audit.”

Grill’s most notable comment regarded what DePerno has called Antrim shuffle. As reported by UncoverDC, DePerno referred in his amended complaint to Nov. 4, Nov. 5, and finally Nov. 21 as all having different vote totals for the two presidential candidates. Grill maintains that the first two sets of results were unofficial, so there was no injury or “material fraud” since it ultimately did not change the election results. And, he continued, since the final official certified results were “essentially accurate,” there is no reason to investigate the election.

He asked the court to rule on the motion to dismiss and then consider DePerno’s amended complaint.

DePerno contends that a recount would do nothing and that there is no mechanism for a citizen to investigate or audit a fraudulent election with the kind of evidence he has. “We have submitted substantial proof to the court that these voting systems are able to switch votes, to manipulate votes, and it is so easy to do it.” DePerno pointed out that the Dec. 17 recount was not an audit, as stated by Grill during the hearing. According to DePerno, Benson conducted a “hand recount of 18k ballots in various townships across the state of Michigan.” DePerno countered Grill’s argument that this is an “individualized audit” being requested. In fact, he referred to the very rules in Michigan’s Post Election Audit manual for some of the measures he is requesting.

Judge Elsenheimer said he will decide whether the plaintiff’s case lacks standing on Tuesday, May 18. Attorney Matt DePerno argues that the case does have standing specifically because of a new provision in the Michigan Constitution, Article 2, Section 4 (1)(h), which indicates that a citizen has “the right to have the results of statewide elections audited in such a manner as prescribed by law to ensure the accuracy and the integrity of elections.” The constitutional language was part of an amendment to the 1963 Michigan Constitution. The amendment was passed in the November 2018 General Election.

“If nothing else comes from this lawsuit, it is that the vote was subverted,” added DePerno. “No one can tell me what the actual ballots say unless you show them to me…they certify an election without ever looking at the paper ballots.” DePerno requested that the decision for the motion to dismiss be delayed until next Tuesday when Elsenheimer has had the time to go through the missing documents that were supposed to be in today’s hearing.

DePerno explained what he planned to argue in today’s hearing to Steve Bannon on his War Room podcast on Monday morning before the hearing here. He told Bannon that three Republicans are among the biggest opponents in his fight to expose the Antrim County fraud.

The judge plans to prepare an oral decision by the end of the weekend to be discussed at next Tuesday’s hearing. Grill still has several depositions scheduled but wants to delay them because of the addition of ElectionSource in the amended complaint. The depositions related to the counties with motions in the case will be delayed. The county Plaintiffs are represented by Attorney Haider Kazim. Expert reports for Plaintiff and Defendant are due on May 24.
I can see the rationale for the judge's ruling.

Establish chicanery for Antrim, then start again separately for other counties of suspicion on the basis of what is found in Antrim.

The judge is pacing it out one step at a time. It may be a delay tactic - but it may be prudent legal counsel.

For DePerno this may be advantage since he might spread himself too thin in execution - or in transfer of information AND the full understanding of those who decide.

Like Owner says - "Step."

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Windham, NH Voters Continue Push for Legitimate Auditors

By
Michelle Edwards
-May 10, 2021


The momentum for election integrity in Windham, NH, continues to gain strength, with the forensic audit mandated by SB43 set to begin tomorrow, Tuesday, May 11. Meanwhile, the Board of Selectmen continues to ignore the town’s overwhelming objection of the three auditors chosen. At the same time, the NH Voter Integrity Group’s canvassing efforts have collected thousands of signatures of residents who want to bring in outside expert Jovan Pulitzer as the auditor for the people.

Following a unanimous vote in the NH legislature, SB43 came about on Mar. 11 to better understand what happened with votes in Windham between election night on Nov. 3 and a Nov. 12 recount in a state race between 8 candidates (four Democrats and four Republicans) running for four seats. All four Republicans won, but the fourth-place Republican, Julius Soti, won by just 24 votes. The total votes cast were 10,006, resulting in a .005 percent edge. Due to the razor-thin margin, his challenger, Democrat Kristi St. Laurent, asked for a recount. After the recount, the four Republican candidates each gained approximately 300 votes, and St. Laurent lost 99 votes, and the 24 vote difference of .005 percent grew to a 420 vote difference—a 9.6 percent discrepancy.

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As previously reported by UncoverDC, Windham resident and election integrity advocate Ken Eyring and Secretary of State (SoS) Bill Gardner had several discussions as SB43 was crafted. In a Mar. 6 announcement, Eyring was pleased with what he, Gardner, and others had negotiated, sharing details of their agreement, which included:

Below is a summary of what we agreed to regarding the SB43 audit of the Windham, NH November 3, 2020 General Election. The audit will be completed within 45 days after SB43 is signed into law.

1. All four of the Windham, NH AccuVote voting machines and ballots will be forensically analyzed by a team of forensic analysts. One forensic analyst will be chosen from each of the two groups below to perform a full forensic analysis.
a. Harry Hursti, Ron Rivest, or Andrew Appel (Picked by the Secretary)
b. Col. Phil Waldron, Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai (The SOS will allow me to choose)
Jovan Hutton Pulitzer will be asked to be a member of the forensic team.


For reasons that are not clear, the above agreement did not make it into the final draft of SB43 as Eyring expected. Besides the selection of auditors not occurring as mentioned in the deal between Eyring and SoS Gardner, a closer look at SB43, along with a May 7 op-ed in GraniteGrok by resident Sarah Riggs Ibanez, raises questions about what exactly will take place tomorrow when the audit begins. Ibanez points out that excluded entirely from the bill is the auditing of ballots—forensic or otherwise. There is no stipulation for the forensic auditing of the machines, their internal control structures, or the ballots themselves. Ibanez elaborates further on SB43, adding:

Notice that it’s all about counting. There is no provision for a forensic examination of the memory cards and machines which falls within Harri Hursti’s area of expertise.

There is no provision for the forensic examination of ballots that would enable Jovan Pulitzer to execute his work to the full extent of his expertise.

Conceivably, that is why they refused to choose Pulitzer irrespective of the intense pressure put upon the Board by Windham residents.

Ross Mcleod exclusively and explicitly disregarded the relevance of the ballots when he mocked Windham residents for their fervent support of Pulitzer. (Mcleod…you know…the lawyer.)

It has been argued that the ballots are the key to the entire investigation and that any breach of the chain of custody would invalidate the outcome of a regular audit wherein the ballots are merely fed back into the machines. (Which, again, is what the law merely provides.)




Sribd doc on website

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On Apr. 26, the Board of Selectmen voted to choose Mark Lindeman and Andrew Appel (Appel would not be physically present during the audit). As previously reported by UncoverDC, Mark Lindeman is the Co-Director of Verified Voting, a non-profit with a history of working with left-leaning organizations.

Verified Voting board chair Barbara Simons sits on the board of the Democracy Alliance, an influential Soros-funded donor collective. Adding to the concerns, in an Apr. 13, 2021 letter sent to Karen Fann, President of the Arizona State Senate, Mark Lindeman discouraged the current forensic audit underway in Maricopa County.

Once his objectivity came into question, the citizens of Windham overwhelmingly opposed the selection of Lindeman. Selectman Bruce Breton, the sole board member to vote for Jovan Pulitzer, declared a motion should be made to reconsider the selection of Lindeman and proposed the board review their choice at the May 3 board meeting. Because he did not vote for Lindeman, he could not put the motion forward at the meeting, and, despite a record crowd of over 500 Windham residents, the other selectmen ignored the voices of their constituents.

Having caught the attention of President Trump, the American patriots of Windham are undeterred. Their determination for transparency is fueled by the knowledge that all three auditors selected to perform the forensic audit—Mark Lindeman, Harri Hursti, and Philip Stark—have expressed past objections to audits of the 2020 election, as well as publicly declaring in a joint statement there was no credible evidence of computer fraud in the 2020 election.

View: https://youtu.be/yzJciFZ1FnE
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Right now, there is a massive canvassing campaign underway, driven by the NH Integrity Voting Group, to obtain as many signatures as possible to bring in Jovan Pulitizer. They also just filed an injunction. Three local residents, Ken Eyring, Lisa Mazur, and Tom Murray, were on with Marcus Dee over the weekend discussing the support they’re receiving while out canvassing, noting that over 70 percent of Windham residents are listening and signing the petition to bring in Pulitzer. Murray expressed frustration over the lack of due diligence in the selection of the auditors. Eyring commented on the mission, which is a bipartisan mission for the freedom of our country, adding:

“So, my position has always been, “I am not taking a position.” I don’t know what the answer is, but I know that there are a lot of other people out there that really want to understand what happened in Windham. Did somebody have a human error… did somebody feed ballots through the machine twice … I don’t think that can happen because once a ballot goes in its in the bin, and it’s not accessible anymore, but was there some kind of procedural error, did the optical scanner have a mechanical failure, did somebody program them…? These are the types of machines you can go on the internet and see that within 10 minutes, somebody could shove a memory card in there, and it could literally change the outcome of the vote.”

View: https://youtu.be/9-0pQvWbgDc
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Lisa Mazur, a true patriot, is a former Canadian who has lived in the U.S. for 26 years on a green card. Lisa received her U.S. citizenship in the last months of the Trump administration. She saw what happened in Canada and thought, “this can’t happen here,” but realizes the current situation at hand, stating that once you “take that mainstream media filter off, you see things in a different light,” referencing a recent visit to NH by Vice President Kamala Harris. The group spoke about board member Jennifer Simmons who has remained silent throughout the entire audit process. She was absent for the initial vote and refused to speak up to support the motion to reconsider Lindeman.


Windham residents are looking for a permanent change that will adhere to
the will of the people. Eyring noted that a couple of weeks ago, he had a deep level of respect for the people who came together to find the cause of the election discrepancies, including the board of selectmen. However, it has since turned into a political matter, where he, Mazur, Murray, and the rest of the concerned Windham residents are expected to “sit down and shut up.” Eyring explained:

“We are not going to allow them to hijack this process without a fight. We want to know what happened to our machines. We demand to know. And when they pick these people, who by self-admittance are not qualified to do the job that the law has mandated… our selectmen have chosen, against our town’s wishes, a person to be a forensic analyst who is a political scientist. Three of the selectmen have a conflict of interest, they oversaw the supervision of the elections. They should never have voted [for the auditors]. They have voted to choose the person who is going to investigate the election that they oversaw, which produced the largest unexplained discrepancy in the history of our state’s elections. It’s unacceptable.”

Anyone interested in helping, please go to the newly established Government Integrity Project. The project proudly states “it is our duty and our obligation to maintain our Constitutional Freedoms to ensure that future generations share in the freedom and liberty guaranteed by our Nation’s Founding Documents,” defining its mission further:

Our first mission is our demand for a truly independent forensic audit regarding Windham, NH’s November General Election. We spent months pushing a Bill through the NH legislature (SB43) to mandate an independent forensic audit – and now the intent of the Bill has been hijacked by both local and state governments.

Our overall mission is to unite the country and demand action; to hold elected and appointed representatives accountable to their oaths and obligations of office; to protect and restore Liberties as defined in our Country’s Founding Documents.


View: https://youtu.be/PiiaBqwqkXs
9:59 min

*This article has been updated to include information about the recently filed injunction and the Government Integrity Project.
 

marsh

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I can see the rationale for the judge's ruling.

Establish chicanery for Antrim, then start again separately for other counties of suspicion on the basis of what is found in Antrim.

The judge is pacing it out one step at a time. It may be a delay tactic - but it may be prudent legal counsel.

For DePerno this may be advantage since he might spread himself too thin in execution - or in transfer of information AND the full understanding of those who decide.

Like Owner says - "Step."

Dobbin
I believe another factor is that the clock is running out on when an action can be taken. I heard DePerno talk about how the clerk was slow walking all his filings trying to run the clock out. It has been almost 6 months since the election.

I believe there is the issue of standing (I don't know of he ruled on that yet.) I guess the law was amended to allow for any citizen voter to have standing in an election lawsuit but the opposition is saying no on the Plaintiff.

I believe there is something about the Secretary of State being the only one able to call an audit after the clock runs out - so that leaves out the Republican legislature. The SoS is another of those Dem Soros plants, if I recall.
 

Dobbin

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McConnell testifies at Senate hearing on HR 1…
Posted by Kane on May 11, 2021 10:48

View: https://youtu.be/Qx_GZhrHDFI
8:48:54 min
McConnell addresses at 2:54:00 and (short) 6:32:00

Discussion 2:54:00 on the use of the FEC and potential for partisanship. Mitch pointed out that the system works as it is now "if the parties make their claims known" and no need for an activist FEC. (which by its very nature will be partisan.)

Dobbin
 

Dobbin

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I believe another factor is that the clock is running out on when an action can be taken. I heard DePerno talk about how the clerk was slow walking all his filings trying to run the clock out. It has been almost 6 months since the election.

I believe there is the issue of standing (I don't know of he ruled on that yet.) I guess the law was amended to allow for any citizen voter to have standing in an election lawsuit but the opposition is saying no on the Plaintiff.

I believe there is something about the Secretary of State being the only one able to call an audit after the clock runs out - so that leaves out the Republican legislature. The SoS is another of those Dem Soros plants, if I recall.
Today on Pandemic War Room Bannon now thinks Georgia is the "next domino in line." This is a change from previous issues of War Room. Bannon may be weighing this "running out of the clock."

Dobbin
 

marsh

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New Data Finds Majority Of Trump’s 2020 Voters Were Women and Minorities

MAY 11, 2021 By Gabe Kaminsky

New data sets pertaining to the 2020 presidential election contradict former President George W. Bush’s recent attempt to smear the Republican Party as solely comprised of “white Anglo-Saxon Protestantism.”

“No, I’d say there’s not going to be a party … And the idea of kind of saying you can only be Republican ‘if,’ then the ultimate extension of that is it ends up being a one-person party,” Bush said on The Dispatch podcast recently. “I know this — that if the Republican Party stands for exclusivity, you know, used to be country clubs, now evidently it’s white Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, then it’s not going to win anything.”

New data from progressive analytics firm Catalist shows the majority of Trump’s support in the 2020 election came from minorities and women. Trump’s support grew to 57.2 percent from 54.8 percent in 2016. Trump made inroads among all minorities in the election, except for white men. The data show a seven-point increase among non-white females, a four-point increase among non-white men, and a one-point loss among white men.

“Along with massive increases in turnout, Latino vote share as a whole swung towards Trump by 8 points in two-way vote share compared to 2016, though Biden-Harris still enjoyed solid majority (61%) support among this group,” the Catalist poll found.

“Some of the shift from 2016 appears to be a result of changing voting preferences among people who voted in both elections, and some may come from new voters who were more evenly split in their vote choice than previous Latino voters. This question presents particularly challenging data analysis problems, which we discuss more in a dedicated section below,” the report found.
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Prior exit polls indicated Trump received 12 percent of the black vote in 2020, whereas he received 8 percent in 2016. The Catalist data indicates the former president received 3 points more compared to 2016.

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marsh

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Today on Pandemic War Room Bannon now thinks Georgia is the "next domino in line." This is a change from previous issues of War Room. Bannon may be weighing this "running out of the clock."

Dobbin
MTG (Marjorie Taylor Greene) did not appear to be very enthusiastic about the drive of the people of Georgia to push for a full forensic audit. The state legislature has not been called back into session and Raffensperger has successfully thwarted it so far in court.
 

Dobbin

Faithful Steed
Bill Gardner (politician) - Wikipedia New Hampshire Secretary of State

Gardner began his career in New Hampshire politics as a state representative and was elected Secretary of State in 1976 by the state legislature. He has been kept in office by both Democratic and Republican legislatures since then. After the November 2018 election, he was narrowly re-elected over Colin Van Ostern in a vote on December 5, 2018.[3]

A strong supporter of New Hampshire's standing as the 'first in the nation' primary state, Gardner wrote Why New Hampshire with the late former Governor Hugh Gregg in October 2003, detailing the history and significance of the New Hampshire primary. He also appears in Winning New Hampshire, released in 2004. As New Hampshire's Secretary of State, he described the principal charge as "protecting the sanctity of New Hampshire’s status as first to hold a full-fledged primary".[4]

Gardner participated in President Donald Trump's voter fraud commission, which was set up by Trump in the wake of Trump's unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in the 2016 election.[3] Gardner has been criticized for legitimizing the commission, (by Democrats) which failed to find evidence of substantial voter fraud.[3][5][6] At his opening address for the commission, Gardner called for an analysis of the value of photo ID laws in improving public confidence in elections.[5]

Gardner supported a New Hampshire law which imposed stricter residency requirements for out-of-state students to vote in New Hampshire.[3] The law was later blocked in court.[3] In 2017, Gardner criticized Trump's unsubstantiated claim that out-of-state voters were being bused into New Hampshire to vote.[3]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Gardner_(politician)#cite_note-:0-3

This not looking like a Soros plant. In fact, seeing his masthead sort of indicates someone who will do the "middle of the road" and avoid the ruts (controversy) at the edges.

Dobbin
 
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