Pulitzer Supports Leah Hoopes — Jovan Hutton Pulitzer has given a shout out to Leah Hoopes and Gregory Stenstrom who are the victims of a retaliatory lawsuit by the Delaware County Board of Elections after attempting to force it to address concerns about missing USB drives and broken chain of ballot custody from the Presidential election.
Pulitzer posted on his Telegram page:
#Pennsylvania one HUGE election lawsuit still going on but the Election Board of Supervisors is suing the people who caught fraud n testified They are trying to silence them because they will be exposed Help this fight please. https://givesendgo.com/Protectingyourvote
Pulitzer, who is widely mocked for his invention of the Cuecat in Y2K and for his appearance on The Curse of Oak Island, has numerous patents for wireless security along with medical diagnostic devices, and has partnered with prominent names including James Strader, Dr. Henry Joseph Legere, III and Tesla Labs.
Leah and Greg still need your help. If you can chip in please do at https://givesendgo.com/Protectingyourvote
Leah, by the way, is deeply cynical of the risk-eliminating audit directed by SB 528. She believes it is designed to fail and provide cover for the wannabe kings and queens in both parties to continue business as usual.