Wisconsin Election Officials Remove More Than 200K Voters from Rolls

H/T Western Journal.

It is time for a forensic audit of the 2020 ballots in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin election officials removed more than 205,000 names from their voter rolls on Wednesday, according to The Associated Press.

State election laws require that every two years, officials must identify registered voters who have not cast a ballot in the past four years via the Electronic Registration Information Center. These individuals are contacted by mail. Unless the commission hears from an individual who wishes to remain on the list by the specified deadline, his or her name is to be purged.

Wisconsin Elections Commission officials told the AP that 174,307 voter registrations had been deactivated because those individuals hadn’t voted in four years and failed to reply to a mailing. They said they deactivated an additional 31,854 registrations of voters who may have moved and did not respond to the mailing.

An interesting situation arose in the summer of 2019. Elections officials identified more than 230,000 voters who may have moved.

Yet the commission voted to keep their registrations active “until after the April 2021 election to give them several chances to affirm they hadn’t moved,” the AP reported.

Why would they do that? Could it be because those registrations might prove useful in the then-upcoming November 2020 election?

According to the report, the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, a conservative nonprofit law firm, filed a lawsuit to force the commission to take those names off the list. The case wound up in the state Supreme Court, which ruled in favor of the Elections Commission. Naturally.

Yes, the commission had identified nearly a quarter of a million names of voters who had likely moved out of state and had not responded to a mailing.

This in a state that then-President Donald Trump lost to Joe Biden by just over 20,000 votes out of more than 3 million cast. On Oct. 28, just six days before the election, The Washington Post released a poll showing Biden ahead by 17 points.

Questions about election fraud in Wisconsin continue to linger nine months after the election. Many Republicans have called for a forensic audit of all ballots cast in the state and will, in fact, hold a rally on Friday at the state Capitol in Madison.

Protesters are trying to sway the speaker of the state Assembly, Republican Robin Vos, who acknowledges that irregularities occurred in November yet gives the distinct impression he’s working to make sure a Maricopa County, Arizona-type forensic audit never happens.

In a statement last week, Vos said, “Many questions have been raised about the November election that expose weaknesses and faults in our current election system. … To restore full integrity and trust in elections, we have decided to change direction, giving more authority and independence to [Wisconsin Supreme Court] Justice [Michael] Gableman. I am declaring him Special Counsel and am giving him the authority to hire more full-time investigators who will work at his direction.”

This is the type of audit that recounts the votes but doesn’t find the fraud. The Maricopa Board of Supervisors held two such audits this spring, which turned up nothing. The entire Democratic Party (up to the Department of Justice) has tried to stop the Arizona Senate’s forensic audit because they know that such a deep, thorough audit might just find the fraud.

The Wisconsin Spotlight’s M.D. Kittle, who follows politics in the state closely, noted that at 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 4, Trump was ahead by 109,000 votes. Just hours later, Biden led by 11,000. We saw similar dramatic swings in all of the critical battleground states overnight.

Last week, Kittle published an email from Ryan Chew, Wisconsin state lead for the Elections Group, to Milwaukee Election Commission Executive Director Claire Woodall-Vogg. It was sent at 4:07 a.m. on Nov. 4.

Chew, “former long-time deputy director of elections for Cook County, Ill., was a fierce critic of Trump and an avid supporter of Biden — based on his tweets in recent months,” Kittle said.

In the email, Chew wrote, “Damn Claire, you have a flair for drama, delivering just the margin needed at 3 a.m. I bet you had those votes counted at midnight, and just wanted to keep the world waiting!”

Woodall-Vogg replied: “LoL. I just wanted to wait to say I had been awake for a full 24 hours!”

Kittle speculated about the meaning of those messages: “Did she indeed deliver ‘just the margin needed’ for Biden to win? Was it just one of those jokes ‘nonpartisan’ elections officials and activists share when they think no one is looking? Does Woodall-Vogg see how the email from such a controversial liberal activist as Ryan Chew might be concerning to voters questioning the integrity of the presidential election?”

He reported that “Chew’s Elections Group was one of many election tech specialists” in the Center for Tech and Civic Life network. Kittle said CTCL received $350 million from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to be distributed for the purpose of promoting “election integrity and transparency” during the pandemic.

Finally, according to Kittle, “Wisconsin’s largest cities, ‘the WI-5’, are facing election complaints alleging they allowed CTCL and its partners to take over administration of the November election. Complainants are worried elections officials in Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine delivered ‘just the margin needed’ to swing the election.”

Another issue is a group that Wisconsin categorizes as “indefinitely confined.” Voters in this group are exempt from voter ID requirements when registering. Page 16 of a Wisconsin Elections Commission report shows that in November 2016, there were 66,611 indefinitely confined voters in the state. In November 2018, that number had climbed to 70,218.

In November 2020, the total of indefinitely confined voters was a whopping 265,979. The number had nearly quadrupled.

Kittle’s post merely scratches the surface of the many questions that need answering about how the election was run in the state. Elections observers came forward to sign sworn statements attesting to fraud they said they had observed. They need to be heard.

Suffice it to say that there are compelling reasons to conduct a forensic audit in Wisconsin.

There’s nothing wrong with transparency — unless one has something to hide.

 

GA SOS Who Certified 2020 Election Demands Fulton County Officials Be Fired Over Ballot Scandal

H/T Western Journal.

The people of Georgia need to band together and demand Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger be terminated.

Georgia’s ineffectual and arguably unethical secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, is demanding that election officials in Fulton County be fired for mishandling an election that he certified.

Remember when The Washington Post released a leaked phone call between Raffensperger and former President Donald Trump?

“President Trump held an hour-long call with Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s secretary of state, in which he repeatedly urged him to alter the outcome of the presidential vote in the state,” the Post reported on Jan. 5.

The left-wing outlet made a big deal out of Trump’s phone call about the mess in Fulton County.

But the “reporting” proved to be just another smear attempt when the Post issued a late correction in March.

“The Georgia secretary of state released an audio recording of President Donald Trump’s December phone call with the state’s top elections investigator. The recording revealed that The Post misquoted Trump’s comments on the call. … Trump did not tell the investigator to ‘find the fraud’ or say she would be ‘a national hero’ if she did so. Instead, Trump urged the investigator to scrutinize ballots in Fulton County, Ga., asserting she would find ‘dishonesty’ there. He also told her that she had ‘the most important job in the country right now.’”

 

Trump wanted scrutiny in Fulton County, and instead Raffensperger and others stabbed him in the back. Now, Raffensperger is laughably calling for the firing of officials in Fulton County over double-counted ballots in the 2020 election.

“Fulton County’s continued failures have gone on long enough with no accountability. Rick Barron and Ralph Jones, Fulton’s registration chief, must be fired and removed from Fulton’s elections leadership immediately. Fulton’s voters and the people of Georgia deserve better,” he tweeted last week.

 

The demand from Raffensperger came after The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that roughly 200 absentee ballots were double-scanned in Fulton County in November.

Raffensperger also called for election integrity measures in a statement to the Daily Caller.

“Every time we think we’ve reached the peak of Fulton’s elections mismanagement issues, more comes to light,” he told the outlet. “I’ve been calling for change in Fulton since day one. Maintaining public confidence in our elections begins in Fulton County.”

The Georgia secretary of state might now claim he was busy pushing for “change,” but he is on the record immediately after the election undermining Trump’s calls to address mismanagement issues.

Raffensperger is now playing the role of the tough public servant, hoping we’ve forgotten that he was the one who made sure Fulton County’s results were certified in the first place.

If he’d like to ensure Fulton County’s next election isn’t as poorly handled as the last one, he should start by resigning.

 

 

Wisconsin Man Charged with Multiple Felonies for Voting Twice in 2020 Presidential Election

H/T Western Journal.

There will beyond a doubt more election fraud uncovered by sadly the election results will not be over turned.

A Wisconsin man who cast two absentee ballots in the 2020 presidential election has been charged with four felonies, making him the second person in the battleground state to face charges stemming from the election.

Former President Donald Trump has claimed there was widespread fraud in Wisconsin, a state that President Joe Biden won by just under 21,000 votes.

Charges of election fraud are exceedingly rare in Wisconsin, but there typically are a handful after every major election. The crime of election fraud is a felony.

The latest charges, filed in June, come in one of 27 cases referred by Wisconsin election officials to prosecutors out of more than 3 million ballots cast.

No other charges have been brought from that group, and district attorneys have said they are not pursuing charges in 18 of those cases. The other eight are either still under review, or the district attorney did not provide an update Monday.

Trump continues to make claims that the election was stolen, targeting Wisconsin and other key swing states such as Arizona.

In that state, an Associated Press investigation found 182 cases where problems were clear enough that officials referred them to investigators for further review.

So far, only four cases have led to charges, including those identified in a separate state investigation. No one has been convicted.

In Wisconsin, the numbers are even smaller. But Republicans have ordered a review by the nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos hired three retired police investigators to look into claims of irregularities.

In the latest fraud case filed in St. Croix County, 64-year-old Michael Ray Overall claims that his voting twice was unintentional, according to the criminal complaint filed June 16. Overall, reached by phone on Monday, said he has not hired an attorney and reiterated that his voting twice was a mistake.

“Hell no,” he said when asked if he intended to vote twice.

He declined to say who he voted for in the presidential election.

Overall registered to vote in St. Croix County in 2007 but sold his house in 2019 and changed his address on his driver’s license to Beloit in May 2020.

According to the complaint, Overall requested an absentee ballot from St. Croix County in western Wisconsin last October. It was mailed to a Rockford, Illinois, address.

A week later, on October 12, he signed the absentee ballot using a Star Prairie, Wisconsin, address, which is in St. Croix County. The ballot was received before the election.

On October 13, just a day after he signed that absentee ballot, Overall registered to vote using a Beloit, Wisconsin, address, using a vehicle title as proof of residence, the complaint said. On Oct. 27, Overall voted absentee in person at a voting location in the Town of Beloit, in Rock County.

Overall said he was told by an election official in Rock County that his absentee vote there would cancel out his request for the St. Croix County absentee ballot, which he said he remembered filling out but not returning.

“I’ve got memory problems,” Overall said Monday.

“I can’t even remember what day it is.”

The investigator recommended charging Overall with election fraud because he had moved from St. Croix County in 2019 and changed his driver’s license address, but presented an old driver’s license when applying for the absentee ballot there.

He faces one charge of voting by a disqualified person; one charge of providing false information to an election official; one charge of registering to vote in more than one place; and of voting more than once. Each charge is a Class I felony punishable by a $10,000 and up to 3 and a half years in prison, or both.

Overall is due in court for his initial appearance on August 5.

His case comes after a Florida man was charged with election fraud in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, in March.

Luke Aaron Frazier, 36, unsuccessfully tried to obtain an absentee ballot for the November 2020 election by falsely claiming he was a resident of the village of Radisson. His case was not among the 27 others that local elections officials forwarded to the Wisconsin Elections Commission, as state law requires.

Frazier is scheduled to be in court on August 31 for a status hearing.

 

Gen. Mark Milley Allegedly Had Fears of Trump Coup, Called it a ‘Reichstag Moment’

H/T Breitbart.

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Mark Milley should resign his position because he is not a warrior general and we need a warrior general in his position.

We need a Storming Norman or a George Patton or even a Chesty Puller instead we have a woke wimp in the Joint Chiefs spot.

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Mark Milley was allegedly so worried that then-President Donald Trump might attempt a coup after the presidential election last year that he and other service chiefs discussed a plan to resign rather than carry it out, according to reports about a forthcoming book by two Washington Post reporters.

“This is a Reichstag moment… The gospel of the Führer,” Milley told aides, according to CNN, which obtained advance excerpts of the book I Alone Can Fix It by Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker.

Milley was worried Trump was stoking unrest in the days before the January 6 riot and that he would use it as an excuse to invoke the Insurrection Act and “call out the military,” according to CNN.

“They may try, but they’re not going to f**king succeed,” Milley reportedly said. “You can’t do this without the military. You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with the guns.”

Milley also reportedly told aides ahead of a pro-Trump “Million MAGA March” in November that he feared it could be the “modern American equivalent of ‘brownshirts in the streets,’” referring to the pro-Nazi militia supporting Hitler’s rise.

Breitbart News reached out to Milley’s spokesman for comment on Wednesday afternoon but did not receive a response.

However, a defense official “close to the general” told CNN that Milley will not publicly address the book, and did not dispute that Milley “engaged in activities and communications that are not part of the traditional portfolio of a chairman in the final days of Trump’s presidency.”

The official did say, however, that Milley is “not going to sit in silence while people try to use the military against Americans,” and that while he “‘tried his hardest to actively stay out of politics,’ if the events that occurred brought him into that arena temporarily, ‘so be it.’”

The official said Milley was not calling Trump a Nazi but felt he had no choice but to respond given his concerns that the rhetoric used by  Trump and his supporters “could lead to such an environment,” according to CNN.

Milley is reportedly quoted extensively in the book and comes off in a “positive light as someone who tried to keep democracy alive.”

According to the book, Milley also warned then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows about firing FBI Director Christopher Wray and CIA Director Gina Haspel, and after January 6, had a daily conference call with then-Secretary of State Pompeo and Meadows to compare notes and “survey the horizon for trouble.” Pompeo, through a person close to him, denied making comments attributed to him in the book and said they were not reflective of his views.

The book also details a private conversation with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Milley after Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper after the election. “We are all trusting you,” she reportedly said. “Remember your oath.” After January 6, they reportedly discussed Trump potentially using nuclear weapons during his final days in office.

Milley also reportedly disparaged far-right groups in advance of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, telling a group of senior leaders: “Here’s the deal, guys: These guys are Nazis, they’re boogaloo boys, they’re Proud Boys. These are the same people we fought in World War II. We’re going to put a ring of steel around this city and the Nazis aren’t getting in.”

Vice President Kamala Harris reportedly personally thanked Milley: “We all know what you and some others did.”

The book concludes with Milley describing relief there had not been a coup, telling Michelle Obama at the inauguration: “No one has a bigger smile today than I do. … You can’t see it under my mask, but I do.”

Milley has become the subject of national controversy, after defending teaching critical race theory in the military during a House Armed Services Committee hearing last month.

“I want to understand white rage, and I’m white and I want to understand it,” he said then.

Maricopa County Voter Indicted for Allegedly Casting a Ballot in Her Dead Mother’s Name in 2020 Election

H/T Western Journal.

I am sure when the Maricopa County Prosecutor gets to digging deeper he will find more voter fraud.

A woman from Maricopa County, Arizona, has been indicted for casting a ballot in her dead mother’s name in the 2020 election.

It’s almost as if all that hemming and hawing about fraudulent ballots wasn’t, actually, founded in wild, baseless conspiracy theories, isn’t it?

Scottsdale resident Tracey Kay McKee was indicted by a state grand jury for one count of illegal voting and one count of perjury for allegedly filling out an early voting ballot belonging to her mother, which prosecutors say she then signed with a forged signature and mailed in.

She has pled not guilty on both counts, according to the Arizona Mirror.

McKee’s mother, Mary Deloyht Arendt, passed away on Oct. 5, 2020, two days before early voting began in the state of Arizona. The indictment accuses McKee, a registered Republican, of submitting the fraudulent ballot to election officials at some point between Oct. 7 and election day, Nov. 3.

The Mirror noted that she is facing a maximum sentence of two years for illegal voting, which is a class five felony, and up to two and a half years for perjury — a class four felony.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s election integrity unit investigated the case after it was given a list of 33 suspected dead voters by conservative activist Merissa Hamilton. The majority of these names turned out to belong to individuals who either didn’t have ballots cast in their name or were alive at the time they cast their ballot.

While no crime was alleged to have occurred with the bulk of the names referred, AGO agents thoroughly investigated the claims and determined almost every individual named in the provided complaint was either alive, that the deceased individual had not voted (even though they were sent a ballot in the mail), or the voter died after mailing their ballot,” a spokeswoman for the Attorney General’s Office told the Mirror in an email.

Hamilton, a vocal proponent of the ongoing Maricopa County audit who questions the results of the 2020 general election, praised the attorney general’s office for its efforts.

“We commend General Brnovich and the Election Integrity Unit on their due diligence in pursuing the investigation from our deceased voter research project to bring justice to our good voters of Arizona in the November election,” she told the Mirror.

Hamilton, who hopes this indictment will provoke more support for election integrity policy in the state of Arizona, also submitted 400 names to the AG’s office which she believed to be dead voters who received ballots in the mail.

All this begs the question: If this is what was produced by one conservative activist who discovered less than three dozen names which could have been associated with ballots cast in the names of dead voters, what is the ongoing audit going to produce?

According to state Senate President Karen Fann, who authorized the audit earlier this year after a lengthy court battle between state GOP lawmakers and Maricopa County officials, we will at the very least see a discrepancy.

Maricopa County was the only county in Arizona to flip from red to blue in 2020. Members of Arizona’s GOP Party, as well as former President Donald Trump and his associates and supporters, have made vocal claims that fraud and irregularities in the county could have been significant enough to impact the results of the election in the critical swing state.

The official results of the audit have yet to be released, but on Tuesday, Fann made the explosive revelation that the total number of ballots that have been recounted by the audit team does not match the total number tallied by Maricopa County officials.

“They haven’t released a number yet, if you will, however we do know that those numbers do not match with Maricopa County at this point,” she told KTAR-FM’s “The Mike Broomhead Show.”

Fann added that she has not yet been told the specific figure of this discrepancy.

At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what you think about the claims from the Trump camp, or those who defend the supposedly impeccable security of the 2020 election in every single county and state in the union, and it doesn’t even matter if there wasn’t actually fraud enough to impact the outcome of the election.

It matters that we trust our election process and treat any suspicions of fraud, malfeasance or even the simple (albeit sometimes substantial) errors during the 2020 election or any other election as a very, very big deal.

And in the case of Tracey Kay McKee — who may have voted for Trump in her late mother’s name for all we know, after all — it would not be foolish to take the indictment against her as a sound indication that she wasn’t the only one against whom prosecutors could find evidence of illegal voting.

Election integrity should not be a political issue, and scrutinizing the results of the 2020 election should certainly not be treated as such.

Toyota Takes Bold Stand, Defends Donations to GOP Lawmakers Who Voted Against Election Certification

H/T Western Journal.

This makes me want to trade my Chevy in for a Toyota.

Over the past few years, major companies have somehow gotten the idea that they must prove how “woke” they are by only supporting priorities agreed upon by the left. This phenomenon was magnified by the Jan. 6 incursion at the Capitol building.

Since then, many leftists have attempted to use the events of that day to blackmail companies into halting donations to Republicans. While many companies have bowed to the mob, some have stood their ground.

As a general rule, the woke mob does not like it when anyone stands up for conservative values in the face of opposition. Now, the supposedly non-partisan group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington has published a list of all the companies that donated to people CREW does not like.

Namely, CREW listed companies donating to politicians who voted against certifying the 2020 election results. This included “the campaigns and leadership PACs of the 147 members of Congress who voted not to certify the 2020 election results, as well as the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC),” the group reported.

CREW divided donations into two categories: Money donated to the NRSC or the NRCC, and money donated directly to individual members of Congress or their political action committees.

In its introduction, CREW made it clear that it was targeting donors to individual members of Congress who took a stand against the election results

“In the wake of the Capitol insurrection on January 6th, nearly two hundred corporations and industry groups said they would pause or altogether stop making political contributions to the 147 members of Congress who voted against certifying the election and continue to propagate the Big Lie that led to the attack,” the report stated.

“In the months since, corporate and industry interests have had to choose whether to do their part to uphold our democracy by turning off the flow of corporate donations to these members, also known as the Sedition Caucus, or to continue to support them in order to seek political influence.”

In the second category, Toyota stood out as by far the highest donor. Since Jan. 6, the automaker has given a total of $55,000 since to either Congress members who voted not to certify the election or those members’ PACs. It gave to 37 total Congress members who met the criteria for being part of what CREW’s report called “the Sedition Caucus.”

The next highest donor was Koch Industries, which gave $17,500 to these Congress members or their PACs. Koch led in donations to the Republican senatorial and congressional campaign committees, but donated to just seven of these Congress members individually.

Of course, the donations by Toyota were considered unacceptable by the left. CREW claimed the money was enabling lawmakers who “would undermine American democracy” and implicitly accused Toyota and the other companies of “sacrificing democratic government for access and influence.”

The group even went so far as to warn leftist lemmings on Twitter not to buy a Toyota.


The liberal-leaning news outlet Axios followed suit, claiming that these companies donated to “members of Congress deeply enmeshed in the pro-Trump conspiracy theories that fueled the Capitol attack.”

The implication that any Congress member who objected to the vote certification is somehow responsible for the Jan. 6 incursion is ridiculous. These objections are in fact allowed by the Constitution, and they very well may have merit, given the questionable circumstances surrounding the election in states like GeorgiaArizona and Pennsylvania.

Instead of listening to the mob and apologizing for nothing, Toyota took a rare stand in a statement to Axios, which published only part of it.

TheBlaze published the statement in full:

“Toyota’s PAC, by design, is bipartisan in nature and we contribute equally to the Democratic and Republican parties,” it said. “Toyota supports candidates based on their position on issues that are important to the auto industry and the company.

“We do not believe it is appropriate to judge members of Congress solely based on their votes on the electoral certification. Based on our thorough review, we decided against giving to some members who, through their statements and actions, undermine the legitimacy of our elections and institutions.”

Toyota is absolutely correct. It is not fair to ostracize Congress members based on one decision, especially when that decision is allowed by the Constitution.

Furthermore, the company conducted its own review of politicians and then concluded which ones it still wished to donate to. This is a responsible thing to do, and Toyota was completely within its rights.

For some reason, leftists feel they have the right to tell private businesses what they can or cannot do with their money. This is simply not the case.

The United States is a free country that thrives on free-market capitalism. When a company makes money, it can donate it to whomever it chooses, providing no laws are being broken.

The policing by the woke mob will not end here. Once a company submits to the mob once, it will have to cater to every woke demand or risk facing progressive wrath once again at a later time.

The only way to stop the cancel crowd is to defy them, and that is exactly what Toyota has done.

Hundreds of Citizens Deliver Over 7,000 Affidavit Claiming Election Fraud to Michigan Officials

H/T Western Journal.

Will this matter to Michigan officials?

It looks like calls for investigating the 2020 election won’t end anytime soon.

For the state of Michigan, things are starting to get interesting.

On Thursday, residents championed election integrity efforts by delivering more than 7,000 signed affidavits alleging voter fraud to state officials and demanding a forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election, according to reports.

JustTheNews reported that hundreds of people gathered outside the Capitol in Lansing for the event.

Women, some sporting patriotic garb, could be seen transporting the documents in a video tweeted Thursday.

 

According to 100PercentFedUp.com, Kristina Karamo, a Republican and the state’s first black, female candidate for secretary of state, “delivered boxes of thousands of affidavits” to acting Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.

Ironically, a valid photo ID is required to enter the building to see Benson, who maintains that voter ID laws are inherently racist, according to the report.

“Does this mean the Sec of State Benson is a racist?” Karamo asked in a video posted by the outlet.


A security guard put a wrench in Karamo’s plans, the report said. He prevented her from entering the building with the affidavits, then left the scene for a moment and returned, informing Karamo and others that “he didn’t believe anyone would sign the form Karamo brought to prove the boxes had been received,” according to the report.

The guard later said that the secretary of state’s office would rubber-stamp the form but would not sign the receipt of delivery.

Of course, we’ve witnessed the uphill battle for election integrity since November, and the Michigan fight is no exception.

“If we do a deep-dive forensic audit similar to Arizona, it will do either one of two things,” Matt Seeley, spokesman for the Michigan Conservation Coalition, said during a phone interview with JustTheNews. “It will prove that all of the politicians who say there’s nothing to see there, that they were right. Or it will prove that there’s a big problem with the integrity of our elections and that we need to address it in a major way.”

He also reiterated that this isn’t a Republican or Democrat issue, but rather an issue that speaks to all voters.

Seeley is right — and polls are on his side.

One November poll from Politico indicated that an alarming 70 percent of Republicans didn’t believe the 2020 election was “free and fair.”

In a separate Rasmussen poll that month, even 30 percent of Democrats said they believed it likely or very likely that votes were stolen from former President Donald Trump.

So where does that leave voters? Discouraged and feeling as if their votes will not count in future elections.

As Arizona comes to the final stages of its election audit, we’re left to wonder what might happen in Michigan in the weeks — and months — to come.

The patriots have done their part; now it’s time for state officials to do theirs.

‘Bombshell’ Document from Georgia Investigator Reveals ‘Massive’ Election Integrity Problems

H/T Western Journal.

Something is rotten in the Peach State.

A 29-page memo from a Fulton County, Georgia, election monitor outlined “massive” election integrity failures and mismanagement, according to a new report.

Just the News published what it described as a “bombshell report” that cited problems including double-counting votes, insecure storage of ballots and the removal of election material at a vote collection warehouse.

“This seems like a massive chain of custody problem,” Carter Jones wrote in his memo.

The time stamp on the notation was at 4 p.m. on election day and Jones said he observed absentee ballots arriving at the scanning center at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena “in rolling bins 2k at a time.”

“It is my understanding is that the ballots are supposed to be moved in numbered, sealed boxes to protect them,” he wrote.

Too many ballots coming in for secure black ballot boxes.”

In another instance, he noted that he observed someone taking the wrong suitcase of poll pads.

“Seems to be a mystery who this person was,” he wrote. “Should have chain of custody paperwork!! That means that a stranger just walked out with sensitive election materials?”

Jones also appeared concerned about workers from a firm called Happy Faces. He reported the workers could be heard saying they were ready to “f*ck sh*t up.”

“I must keep an eye on these two,” he wrote.

“Perhaps this was a bad joke, but it was very poorly timed in the presence of a poll watcher.”

Jones was appointed to ensure the county’s compliance with a consent agreement and told The Associated Press that even though the election process was messy, he didn’t see any evidence of “dishonesty, fraud or intentional malfeasance.”

“It’s not what it looks like during the election. It’s what happens after the election and what it looks like at the end,” Jones told the AP.

“Fulton was able to make their numbers zero out and there was nothing that should challenge the certification of this election.”

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told Just the News that “it is no secret that Fulton has had issues in their elections department for decades,” which is why he supports the ouster of the county’s top election officials, but he still has faith in the election outcome.

Phill Kline, the head of the Amistad Project, which has challenged election integrity around the country, said Jones’ report showed a “willful violation of law” to help President Joe Biden win.

“This [reveals] chaos caused by incompetence and in some instances willful violation of law in order to assist Mr. Biden,” he said.

“This is consistent with the evidence we are finding in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan despite efforts at intimidation by Attorney General Garland.”

AZ AG Tells Garland: We Will Not Tolerate DOJ Trying to Interfere with Arizona Audit

H/T Western Journal.

Attorney General Garland has been warned his bulling will not be tolerated in the election audit.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich warned U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland in a Tuesday letter that his state will not tolerate the federal government interfering in the election audit of Maricopa County.

The audit was commissioned by the Arizona state Senate and began in late April.

In a Friday speech, Garland announced that the Department of Justice will be taking closer look at the “abnormal” methods being used to conduct audits of November’s election, which Brnovich’s letter countered.

“Late last week, you made troubling comments about the ongoing efforts in states to ensure election integrity,” he wrote Garland.

“Your statements displayed an alarming disdain for state sovereignty as defined under the 10th Amendment of the United States Constitution and the election provisions in Articles I and II.”

“My office is not amused by the DOJ’s posturing and will not tolerate any effort to undermine or interfere with our State Senate’s audit to reassure Arizonans of the accuracy of our elections.” Brnovich added.

“We stand ready to defend federalism and state sovereignty against any partisan attacks or federal overreach.”

Brnovich further contended that there were no more important issues for states to “prioritize than the integrity of our elections.”

Closing his letter, the attorney general promised: “Arizona will not sit back and let the Biden administration abuse its authority, refuse to uphold laws, or attempt to commandeer our state’s sovereignty.”

In other words, Brnovich appeared to be promising legal action if the federal government overstepped its authority.

 

In his Friday speech, Garland stated, “Some jurisdictions, based on disinformation, have utilized abnormal post-election audit methodologies that may put the integrity of the voting process at risk and undermine public confidence in our democracy.”

“The Civil Rights Division has already sent a letter expressing its concern that one of those audits may violate provisions of the Civil Rights Act that require election officials to safeguard federal election records,” he added, referring to a letter the DOJ sent to the Arizona Senate.

“The division also expressed concern that the audit may violate a provision of the Voting Rights Act that bars intimidation of voters.”

Garland further argued that claims of fraud have been refuted by “law enforcement and intelligence agencies of both this Administration and the previous one, as well as by every court — federal and state — that has considered them.”

The attorney general stated his office would be publishing guidance “explaining the civil and criminal statutes that apply to post-election audits.”


According to the Arizona audit’s official Twitter account, as of last week, 80 percent of Maricopa County’s 2.1 million ballots had been hand counted.

President Joe Biden won Arizona by 0.3 percent, approximately 10,500 votes, over former President Donald Trump.

Maricopa County (which encompasses the Phoenix metropolitan area) was the only county in the state to flip from red to blue from 2016 to 2020.

Despite Biden’s victory, Republicans carried every countywide office in Maricopa, save for sheriff (which an incumbent Democrat held), including flipping the county recorder and winning the open treasurer seat

Additionally, Trump-supporting members of Congress, like GOP Arizona Reps. Andy Biggs and Debbie Lesko, won their re-election contests in Maricopa County districts by sizable, double-digit margins.

Lawmakers from multiple states have come to tour the Arizona audit site including from Pennsylvania, Georgia and Nevada.

Georgia Poll Manager: There Were ‘Pristine’ Biden Ballots That Looked Like They’d Been Xeroxed

H/T Western Journal.

How much more fraud for Joe Pee Pads  Biden happened around the state of Georgia and  around America?

Suzi Voyles is no stranger to elections.

And after monitoring voting in Atlanta-area Fulton County, Georgia, for two decades, Voyles said that the highly contentious 2020 election proved to be unlike any other.

Voyles testified that as she thumbed through a stack of mail-in ballots last November, strangely “pristine” ballots printed on stock paper different from the others seized her attention.

What did these ballots have in common?

Voyles testified that each ballot contained uniformly filled-in ovals, and every one presented an identical crescent-shaped “void” inside them — indicating the ballots weren’t filled in with pencil or pen, but rather by toner ink.

“Every single ballot was absolutely identical and they appeared to be printed with some sort of marking device,” Voyles said. “And the fact that there was a little eclipse in an oval that was void in exactly the same spot in all these ballots, we didn’t see any differentiation — even when it came to the Senate candidates or when it came to some of the referendums on the back.”

“Everything was precisely the same. I’ve never seen that before in 20 years,” Voyles said. She added that these suspicious ballots had no creases or folds indicative of other mail-in ballots extracted from envelopes.

Voyles wasn’t alone in her testimony.

According to RealClear Investigations, at least three other Fulton County poll workers reported that they encountered the same enigma in other stacks of absentee ballots and have joined Voyles in “swearing under penalty of perjury that [the ballots] looked fake.”

Eight months later, we see the same suspicion resurging in the Republican stronghold that unexpectedly flipped blue for the first time since 1992.

Using affidavits to convince a state judge to warrant a closer inspection of ballots for potential illicit election activity, election integrity advocates assert that Biden’s late surge of 12,000 votes was manufactured — and for good reason.

“We have what is almost surely major absentee-ballot fraud in Fulton County involving 10,000 to 20,000 probably false ballots,” Garland Favorito, poll watcher and a lead petitioner in the case against fraudulent ballots, told RealClear Investigations.

“We have confirmed that there are five pallets of shrink-wrapped ballots in a county warehouse,” he added, reiterating his claim.

As questions surrounding the legitimacy of the 2020 election outcome continued in Georgia, as well as other states, Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ordered on May 21 that 147,000 ballots be unsealed and asked that officials guard the warehouse containing these ballots until an inspection date could be set, according to the report.

Unfortunately, the warehouse’s security was breached only eight days later.

According to Favorito, “The front door was [found] unlocked and wide open in violation of the court order.”

County officials did confirm that security motion detectors were triggered shortly after deputies left the premises, but said the room containing the ballots was “never breached or compromised.”

Still, Favorito — and likely many others — would not be convinced and Favorito seeks to obtain security footage to supplement the investigation, the report states.

Still, all of the contention brewing in the Peach State appears to reaffirm many suspicions that have arisen since Nov. 3 — and may validate Voyle’s bombshell claims.

We can’t allow our officials to ignore their obligation to ensure fair, ethical elections for all Americans.

If we do, we have surrendered the most integral aspect of our republic.