Election Fraud

Understanding Election Shenanigans And The Legislative Mess We Are In

The revolving doors of illegitimate power – democrats in; republicans out; remocrats in; depublicans out; take your pick; make your donation; support suspect allegiances working together … to do what? Protect the people from injustice? Or to run cover for each other and build an invisible political machine where no one who is IN really cares about whose party is in the majority versus in the minority as long as they are all just IN?

The Audacity Of Audits And The Dems Disturbing Disdain For Election Integrity

We need both courage and focus.  Courage is needed to stand up to those forces that will oppose us because they benefit from things as they are.  Focus is needed so that we do not become distracted by lesser matters and become ineffective.  There will be many things that we encounter that are urgent, but not important, and other things that are important but not urgent. 

We Now Understand The Maricopa County Audit Results: What Next?

While I do not recommend the default position, I can understand why some might prefer that option.  Among those are the ones responsible for the fraud in the first place.  One of the consequences of the audit is that of exposure.  There is now extreme pressure on those responsible to take action to protect themselves and the results they obtained through their fraud.

The Maricopa County Arizona Audit Is Complete: What Did We Learn?

Arizona should never have certified the 2020 election results given the high likelihood known at the time of election irregularities. The correct step to take at this time would be to decertify the election results reported. A full audit of the remaining counties should be undertaken to see if a sufficient margin of valid votes can be established to determine a winner. Failing that, the results should simply be decertified and left as unassigned electoral votes.

Election Integrity – Part I – Setting the Stage

In most elections, there are a large number of people who by age, citizenship, and other factors, are eligible to vote.  There is also a subset of those people who have actually registered to vote.  In states that have not regularly maintained their registration databases, there are significant numbers of deceased voters, voters who have moved, ones who have lost the right to vote, and others still included in the registry.  Finally, there are those who actually vote in an election.