16 Nov Election Fraud on a National Scale? UPDATED
UPDATE November 16, 2020: As Sidney Powell continues to march forward with a devastating revelation of the extent of election fraud in the 2020 election, it’s worth noting that a great deal of the early spadework for what she and others are now exposing is the vote tabulation hardware/software corruption that many were talking about after the 2018 mid-terms. Our article “Election Fraud on a National Scale” (below) is just about one year old, but what it describes is exactly what is being uncovered now. Sidney Powell and Russ Ramsland and Kevin Freeman were onto the fraud then; they are deeply involved in exposing it now.
Two points from the original article are worth updating.
- Texas officials may have rightly decided not to buy or install Dominion Voting Systems, but they are a long way from deserving congratulations for what they did Don’t be sidetracked by the name or brand of the particular software accomplishing the fraud; the horrible reality is that there are many ways to accomplish it. Just because Texas didn’t engage with Dominion Voting Systems does NOT mean Texas avoided using similar systems and software, or avoided election fraud in 2018 or 2020 (or before).
A sickening, sinking feeling follows from the recognition that public officials of both parties have an incentive to buy voting systems that could help them and their partisan colleagues retain or win office. Too early to tell whether and when such incentives were at work in Texas or elsewhere in the selection of current voting systems. But the worst part of the circumstances described in the 2019 article linked here is that Texas authorities with power to investigate the fraud DID NOT.
Nothing is more fundamental to the maintenance of American democracy than election integrity. The fact that Texas public officials with the authority to take investigative action could and did see the evidence assembled by Ramsland and Freeman in the aftermath of the 2018 mid-term election and chose to look away just doesn’t sit right.
It’s possible those public officials would claim public chatter about election fraud is just too dangerous absent overwhelming proof—i.e., it potentially destroys public confidence in election results, which could spell the end of democracy—and so they don’t even want to acknowledge the possibility of opening of an investigation. But that excuse just doesn’t cut it…election fraud is like any evil…better to get it while it is a small serpent than a great red dragon.
The uglier possibility is that public officials from both parties are in on the fraud in one way or another; it’s the proverbial ‘we’re a big club and Joe and Susie Citizen ain’t in it’ philosophy at work in fixing all elections once the software tabulation era made it possible.
Which leads to the second point worth updating.
- We stated the following in the 2019 article:
If the ruling class-controlled law enforcement authorities refuse to investigate, the American people are going to have to force a remedy.
And that’s exactly where we are today.
Today’s FBI has apparently interviewed one election fraud whistleblower; the FBI agent was a proud NeverTrumper who clearly felt his job was to browbeat the whistleblower into recanting his story (which he refused to do).
Today’s CIA may be implicated in the use of election fraud software for its own regime change purposes—including the US government ‘regime’.
And with recent talk that John Durham of today’s DOJ intends to abandon his investigation of Russia collusion wrongdoing because of expected resistance from a Biden administration, the American people are throwing up their hands at what has become of their justice system and law enforcement apparatus. There appears to be no American institution left that actually operates with integrity and respect for truth.
But the American people are the actual sleeping giant that is now awakened. Somewhere around 73 million Americans are awake and livid at the collapse of the morality and decency that they stand for. They are a force unlike the Deep State plotters have ever ‘gamed’. Because the force of the American people is the force and fury of righteous indignation at the brazen assault on their beloved country—on full display in Washington, DC on November 14, 2020—and it is in no way conquerable once activated. It cannot be tamped down by propaganda; once activated, it will not suffer lies and liars any longer.
We can’t predict the exact way this righteous fury of the American people will be satisfied, but we do predict it will have its way. Election fraud on a national scale is not going to be tolerated.
Eric Georgatos blogs at America Can We Talk?
Thanks to American Thinker for posting on November 22, 2019!
Americans at the Grass-roots Level are Going to Have to Demand a Remedy
Dallas patriots Kevin Freeman, host of The Economic War Room at the BlazeTV, and Russ Ramsland, a voter fraud and election expert, have released detailed findings from a cyber-forensic investigation into election fraud via compromised voting machines in 2018 (and quite probably, in the governor’s race in 2019 in Kentucky).
In summary terms, Freeman’s “Episode #70” reveals that (1) security protections in voting machines were disabled, (2) penetration and manipulation of actual vote tabulations was and is possible, and (3) evidence already exists that votes were surreptitiously, electronically manipulated to change election results.
This is the 21st century version of Stalin’s ruthless observation, “it’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the votes.” Only today’s Stalins can do it all by online penetration of unsecure ‘voting machines’ to count and alter votes, and leave almost no IT fingerprints.
The implications of what has been exposed are absolutely staggering on both hindsight perspective on the meaning of past election results, and on the future of America as a constitutional Republic. Yes, it is that serious.
The magnitude of the threat posed to those who have had a role in perpetrating this fraud makes the whole story ripe for orchestrated leftist twitter-mob dismissal as ‘Conspiracy Theory!’. It’s anything but.
American patriots must view the video. Metaphorically, these ‘citizen-investigators’ appear to have arrived at the scene of the burglary; discovered the points of break-in; found in plain sight the tools used to accomplish the break-in (and other break-ins); found telltale evidence all around the scene pointing to the means, motives and names of the perpetrators; but they have reached the limit of citizen-investigation and law enforcement authority. Search warrants and the legal authority to subpoena documents and interrogate people under oath, are going to be necessary to determine exactly what was stolen and who took it (and how to restructure security to prevent future burglaries).
In other words, objective viewers of Episode #70 will conclude, at minimum, this ought to be rigorously and thoroughly investigated (with trust and hope (?) there is still an arm of the federal government capable of honest and thorough investigation).
And if the ruling class-controlled law enforcement authorities refuse to investigate, the American people are going to have to force a remedy (more on that later).
A brief post like this can’t do justice to the technical findings which are laid out in detail in the video. In essence, security protections in software (operated on voting machines throughout the country) had been purposely disabled or ‘un-activated’; penetration of the machines was possible via online access methods widely understood among reasonably sophisticated IT people; and mismatches in time-stamped dataflows suggest votes were changed.
For example, using open source “Burp Suite” web-crawling software, the investigators looked into a company that supplies software used at polling locations in Texas and 15 other states.
They found readily accessible information within this company’s website showing purposeful disclosure of passwords by which anyone could log in to databases that include a wide range of voter and precinct and poll-worker information, including voter names, addresses, social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, etc. More devastating, accessible ‘storyboards’ effectively amount to disclosure of source code for this software (in both IoS and Android form), opening up a range of nefarious ‘black hat’ hacking and manipulation that can enable, in bottom line terms, control over any and every voting result.
To repeat, the enabling of access by which all of this manipulation is possible, appears to the investigators—and apparently would appear to anyone with a reasonable amount of relevant IT knowledge—to have been purposeful.
What has been found in Dallas correlates closely with ‘flaws’ recently reported to have been discovered by, among others, MIT Technology Review, in Switzerland’s voting systems. These flaws also allow for votes to be altered without detection. The company involved in Switzerland is, according to Ramsland, tied to George Soros, and operated voting machines used in the 2019 Kentucky election.
Freeman and Ramsland recount how efforts to get the attention of state and federal law enforcement authorities to look into all of this have been inexplicably stymied or slow-rolled or ignored. The seriousness and specificity of what they have exposed (again, view Episode #70 and judge for yourself) does not allow for a comforting explanation of why the government has not jumped into this with both feet. It makes one wonder if elements of the ruling class of both parties have reasons for not wanting this to be investigated.
Readers of American Thinker posts are well aware of MSM narratives on electoral trends, and further aware of how even the conservative punditry tends to fall in line in accepting the premises of these narratives.
To wit, Senator Ted Cruz’ tight 2018 re-election victory over Beto O’Rourke proved there’s a blue wave building, even in Texas. It proved Cruz’ brand of conservatism was going out of favor; it proved Beto O’Rourke had unique political talent and national fund-raising/star-power. (And the implications of all this ‘proof’ apparently caused the GOP-controlled Texas state legislature in 2019 to back off across a wide range of conservative legislative initiatives for fear that such initiatives are out of favor with what they believed to be the increasingly blue mood of the electorate.)
But what if all that ‘proof’ was a complete delusion, a fraud? What if an honest vote tabulation would have had Cruz winning by 10 points or more? What if Congressional seats that flipped to Democrats in Texas in 2018—to wit, Congressman Pete Sessions’ loss to Democrat Collin Allred—were not losses at all, but were entirely the product of election fraud? What if Texas State representative elections—many of which went Democrat in 2018 by strangely and suspiciously similar margins—were also fraudulent? All of that appears far more plausible than the actual outcomes in those races; in all events, an investigation is warranted.
What Can Be Done
To state the obvious, a compromised vote tabulation system destroys trust in elections. It makes voting, campaigning, door-knocking, advertising, message strategizing, pointless. Widespread public understanding of the ease of hidden vote tabulation manipulation, and the probability that American elections are rigged, would be a national soul-shattering, social-fabric-rending event. (Which may partially explain government reluctance to investigate, as the mere acknowledgement of an investigation of this level of fraud may by itself be confidence-shattering to the public).
Yet vigorous investigation, exposure and correction would be a monumental Republic-restoring process. AG Barr, you’re the man for the times. Get on this!
If the fraud is as widespread and systemic as Episode #70 suggests, there isn’t going to be a technical fix in time for the 2020 elections.
There may in fact be only one solution:
An American grass-roots effort on a scale never before seen to DEMAND that the 2020 election be by paper ballot, counted manually, in all 50 states.
And all Americans, of any and all political affiliations, ought to join in this demand.
Spread the word.