Leah Hoopes Rebuts Barr Claim On Bannon –Delco whistleblower Leah Hoopes appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room, yesterday, Sept. 24, and rebutted former Attorney General Bill Barr’s claim that he investigated and reported on fraud allegations concerning the 2020 Election.
“Bill Barr is a stone-cold liar! I said this from the beginning. There was no report done,” Leah said. “There is no report. It’s in his book he said he had it. He told the president he had it. He’s testified under oath that he had it. That is a stone-cold lie.”
She said she had connected Bill McSwain, the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, regarding election irregularities in the suburban Philadelphia county. She said he was willing to investigate until Barr ordered him to stand down.
Parallel Election Podcast Topic — Face The Culture’s podcast, A Tale of Two Elections, featuring whistleblowing authors Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes is available to the world.
Their The Parallel Electionmakes the slam-dunk case that vote fraud was real and massive in Delaware County, Pa. and gave the 2020 Presidential Election of Joe Biden.
The panel also featured moderators Stephen Gruen and Kim Kennedy, and myself.
It was revealed that Ingram Content Group reversed its gutless decision to stop the book’s distribution.
Gregory says poll watchers have defined legally enforceable duties and are different than observers.
“What they did in 2020 . . . was they created a class of people called observers,” he said.
Did these observers have any real power?
“You have to stay in a pen, you can’t look at ballots, and just sit there and shut up like a turnip,” Greg said.
The poll watcher, however, has real power.
They have by-right access to the ballots. This right, however, was ignored at the Delaware County counting warehouse in Chester. He said those in charge there made up the rules as they went along, and it took them five hours to fight their way in.
He said Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the powers of poll watchers but this was misquoted by the enforcers in large Democrat-controlled counties.
He said the court ruled that poll watchers as interveners for the citizenry are allowed to challenge ballots and uploading of drives.
“We are allowed to challenge anything that doesn’t have a chain of custody,” he said. “And they are forced to respond. We can even have somebody arrested.”
Again, however, Delaware County’s powers-that-be misconstrued the law.
“Some of the biggest liars and biggest participants in the fraud, were the attorneys,” Gregory said.
He said it must become common knowledge and something well understood by those running our elections what poll watchers and their powers are.
The book harshly criticizes GOP Republican candidate Sen. Doug Mastriano.
So who are they going to vote for?
“We are definitely not voting Shapiro,” Leah says.
Delco Vote Fraud Case Taken To Commonwealth Court — Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes have filed an appeal with Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court after their suit against former Secretary of State Kathy Bookvar and others was dismissed by Delaware County Common Pleas Court.
Filed our Appeal to the Commonwealth Court of PA yesterday for the Common Pleas case the Judge ruled was “moot” because the Nov 2020 election is “over,” and we should all “move on.” We anticipated the probability of that brazen move well in advance, and had the book in queue. We originally filed the case (our 2nd) in November 2021, but it took us until Jan 2022 to get it fully entered in the docket, and play their “guess where to serve us” game. They initially wouldn’t let us file the exhibits and evidence at all, and stopped us for assorted different reasons that we had to overcome. One of the biggest obstacles was that most lawyers only file Microsoft Word or PDF documents, and the Court only accepts files up to a 25 megabytes – which is very small and not suited for photos, never mind videos. Most of our exhibits exceeded those size limitations by a lot, and the court also initially choked on modern video and audio formats. It’s an antiquated system by any standard and I’m sure they would prefer to still be using typewriters and blurry copy machines, but time and technology move on. We had to eventually abandon filing electronically online via file uploads, and bring USB’s and CD’s to the courthouse. Then we suffered six months of lies by the Solicitors, Council members, and Board of Elections officials, as they just made up some of their most venomous accusations against us. After trying for months unsuccessfully to dismiss us for alleged technical and procedural errors, they resorted to a double secret probation “internal” investigation with the DA saying everything was “fabricated” and a “fiction” and there would be no criminal charges, and then refusing to release the completed investigation as required by law to hide the fact that they never did one. As if, Leah and I had hired a large crew of Delco “Doppelgängers,” CGI experts and forgers to craft the 104 page complaint with 98 exhibits of videos, audios, photos, and documents of defendants laughingly admitting they fabricated the entire election and destroying and shredding evidence on camera. The biggest problem they have, is regardless of their video and audio admissions of fraud, they cannot produce any of the election materials required to prove they conducted an honest vote in 2020 because they destroyed it. The biggest rabbit holes that Leah and I avoided but swallowed up so many others were focusing on ballots – that were mostly forged in key Counties – and router, network, and machine logs that were forensically wiped, if they ever even allowed them to be created in the first place. We’ll file our SCOTUS appeal soon, as well.
Ingram Pulls Parallel Election; Call It Craven Cowardice — Emerald Robinson reports that distributor Ingram Content Group has pulled The Parallel Election after a cease-and-desist letter. Really. A letter. Not not a court order, but a letter that any angry person can send.
The Parallel Election by Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes describes the massive vote fraud they saw happen in Delaware County, Pa during the 2020 Presidential Election.
Both were certified poll watchers and observers at the county’s counting center
The Parallel Election Exposes Delco Vote Fraud — The Parallel Election by Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes should put paid to any doubts that tens of thousands of votes were manufactured for Joe Biden and tens of thousands stolen from Donald Trump in 2020, notably in Delaware County, Pa.
Stenstrom, of Glen Mills, and Mrs. Hoopes, of Bethel Township were certified poll watchers and observers at the counting center in 2020.
What they saw and what they suffered for revealing it would end indifference to what happened that year in all but the most stupid or hard-hearted.
The book tells of their suffering: financially and in their personal lives. It describes the threats from the powerful they received and the unremitting campaign of lawfare against them.
The authors say, specifically, their goal is not to overturn the election but to tell the truth.
And warn of the danger our republic faces.
The book’s villains are from both parties. Delaware County Republican Party officials stood down when faced with the mildest pressure and many went on to soft public jobs afterwards, they write.
They note how Act 77 — the main tool in the fraud — was not something hijacked by the Democrats, who are the minority party in the state legislature, but purposely passed by establishment Republicans who are enjoying easy living in government.
Act 77 allowed for the implementation of “no-excuse” mail-in ballots, despite a specific prohibition in the Pennsylvania Constitution.
They call out several by name including former Sen. Mike Folmer who represented the 48th District and just finished serving a sentence for having child porn; and former Sen. Tom Killion for whom Stenstrom was a poll watcher and who strangely dropped his challenge to the 9th Senatorial District results.
Killion now serves as State Director for the Mehmet Oz Senate campaign.
They were especially tough on this year’s GOP gubernatorial nominee Doug Mastriano. They say Mastriano abandoned them after the November 2020 Gettysburg Hearings in which they both testified.
The authors say they had been led by Mastriano to believe they would be under oath but were never sworn in. Stenstrom says he nearly backed out when he realized he would not be protected by having it be an official hearing and became suspicious that those who called it were just trying to cover themselves.
He testified, however, revealing that the chain of custody was shattered for more than 100,000 ballots; all the legally established procedures were ignored; and 47 USB cards containing vital data have disappeared.
The book is fairly easy to read with necessary but dense details placed at the end and in appendixs.
Quarter Of Delco Precincts Unreconcilable From May Primary — Delaware County, Pa. has contributed more than its share to the belief held by more than half the population that Joe Biden is an illegitimate president.
It’s not justice that motivates these people but “just us”.
And now we have learned problems remain unfixed.
In the May 17 Primary, 105 of Delco’s 428 precincts were not reconciled due to major discrepancies (38 precincts) or just flat out unreconcilable (67 precincts) according to the bi-partisan county Return Board.
That’s a quarter of the precincts with uncertain results.
The Board of Elections certified them anyway.
Outrage is warranted and not just at the Democrats in charge but at the silently acquiescing Republicans.
Hey, being the loyal opposition can give you a pretty soft life if you are loyal enough.
We hear Councilwoman Christine Reuther called citizens racists and anti-semites for expressing concern about fair elections at last night’s (Aug 3) County Council meeting.
One of her “anti-semites” was a woman named Schwartz.
Hey Christine, that garbage doesn’t work anymore. To deny that the election concerns are legit means you’re not fit to hold an elected office. To defame those expressing such concerns means the only job for which you are fit is fetching coffee.
We also hear County Solicitor William Martin made some unfortunate and personal comments regarding the citizens who spoke. That does not speak well to his professionalism.
Delco Seeks To End Residency Requirement — UPDATED The high-spending Democrat-controlled Delaware County Council has hired 500 new workers and is considering ending the restriction that they be Delaware County residents as per the administrative code.
Here’s a tidbit just sent to us: Indivisible Main Line South, a Democrat activist group, asked its supporters in February 2020 to become poll watchers in Delaware County and used Delaware County Councilwoman Christine Reuther as a contact.
Why isn’t the Delaware County GOP making an issue of this? The Springfield GOP? Any GOP?
Stollsteimer Misrepresentations Cause Concern — District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer’s letter read into record at the May 18 meeting of Delaware County Council is causing concern.
The letter dismisses reports of improprieties during the 2020 Election claimed in a lawsuit by Gregory Stenstrom, Leah Hoopes and Ruth Moton.
Stollsteimer says the suit is based on three videos circulated on-line. He says his investigators found them to be about a “right to know” request and had been taken out of context or distorted.
The lawsuit, however, includes 37 videos and several audio files. Further, the right-to-know request was filed May 21, 2021 and the best known videos from the web involving Delco vote fraud were recorded March 23 and April 19 of that year.
Stollsteimer also said the woman who blew the whistle regarding the election issues, Regina Miller, refused to cooperate with his investigation. He neglected to note, however, that he refused to grant her a standard immunity agreement, which is a routine and necessary thing in whistleblower matters.
Stollsteimer Closes Vote Fraud Case . . But Wait — Delaware County Council, May 18, read into the record a May 4 letter from District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer that allegations of Delco vote fraud in 2020 were complete fictions and comments by election workers heard in videos released by a whistleblower were taken out of context or doctored.
The whistleblower revelations are part of a lawsuit filed in November 2021 by attorney Thomas J. Carrol on behalf of Gregory Stenstrom, Leah Hoopes and Ruth Moton.
Stenstrom and Ms. Hoopes were Delaware County Board of Elections certified poll watchers and observers at the counting center. Ms. Moton, was a 2020 candidate for the 159 District in the State House.
“The investigation determined that during the processing of the Right-to-Know response, several copies of identical documents were printed,” Stollsteimer wrote in the letter. “Where election personnel identified documents as duplicates of documents already prepared for a response (in production to the Right to Know request), such duplicates were discarded. No records of the 2020 general election were destroyed, erased or withheld from the Right-to-Know request for the public generally.”
Stollsteimer said the whistleblower did not cooperate with the investigation.
He praised the Delaware County election workers for “their perseverance and dedication in the face of the relentless criticism they’ve endured since the 2020 election.”
And the plaintiffs have filed a response to Stollsteimer in which his claim in his May 4, 2022, letter that he conducted an investigation following a November 2021 Newsmax story as it relates to the 2020 General Election . . .is false. Undersigned counsel, as well as counsel for the whistleblower, Regina Miller, spoke with Detective Lythgoe on April 21, 2022 and were informed by Detective Lythgoe that District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer was investigating events related to fulfilling a 2021 Right to Know Request.
Further Stollsteimer’s letter cites that his office used a “Special Investigation Unit” to conduct a criminal investigation concerning the Newsmax story but failed to disclose that Demar Moon is employed by the District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer and assigned to the Special Investigation Unit and that Moon was hired at the District Attorney’s Office as a favor to Defendant James Savage and that Stollsteimer further failed to disclose that Demar Moon was employed at the Voting Machine Warehouse under the supervision of James Savage for the November 3, 2020, election.
The response says that Stollsteimer failed to disclose that defendant Gerald Lawrence donated $2,500 his political campaign in 2019 — and $25,000 to that of Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who as AG is representing co-defendant, former Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar.
Regarding the claim of the whistleblower Regina Miller being “uncooperative and unwilling to meet with detectives” which was made in Stollsteimer’s letter and repeated before Delaware County Council, it is noted that Stollsteimer’s office refused to grant her the standard immunity agreement to reassure her that her meeting with his office would not ultimately be something used against her, nor would Stollsteimer and his people tell her who the targets of the investigation were.
The videos regarding Delaware County voting issues that perhaps were the most seen on social media can be found at TheFederalist.com.
The Right to Know request was filed May 21, 2021. The videos were made on March 23 and April 19, 2021. Obviously, they have nothing to do with Right to Know.
And what do missing V-drives have to do with Right to Know?
Here are the videos:
Some final points for those who still think something doesn’t stink in Delco:
On Oct. 30, 2020 the Delaware County GOP issued a press release about voter books being given to others than the duly-elected Judges of Election to whom their care was trusted. This had never before happened in our memory.
Besides the State wide elections, there were other elections on Primary Day. Some of these elections may actually be just as important to our day-to-day lives.
On May 17, for the first time in four election cycles , not one vote in Swarthmore was cast for Leanne Kruger-Braneky aka Leanne Kruger. The ballot was a matter of shock and dismay for those Swarthmoreans unaware that the last census had caused the Legislative Reapportionment Commission to move Swarthmore out of the 161st District into the 165th.
She was first elected in 2015 as Leanne Kruger-Braneky, but sometime over the past few terms the couple divorced and thus, she lost her hyphenated name. Though originally from New Jersey, she has been granted “unofficial Swarthmore citizenship. “ My experience is that she, or her office, knew what to do for what we call “constituent service”, helping anyone who needed to weave through the labyrinthine government bureaucracy, without it being dependent on “party” or any inside knowledge, which is the way it should be but normally isn’t. We will miss her for the example she set.
Leanne will be facing Ed Mongeluzzo in November for her new position.
He is focusing on outreach to veterans. According to his website and Facebook posts, his finances are almost nil. Hopefully, the GOP will realize he is running against a Democrat and provide support.
The replacement legislator, now that Swarthmore is the 165th, is Jennifer O’Mara. Jennifer comes from a blue collar background and has an inspiring backstory. She is both a graduate and an employee of the fabled University of Pennsylvania. Jennifer believes “there is more that unites us than divides us”.
As Chris Freind has pointed out, however, she has a free ride in November.
This would be the same free ride the Congressional Candidates in our congressional, 3, 13, and 14 have this November.
Wonder how that happened?
Hopefully, someone(s) from the Constitution, Green, or Libertarian Party or even an Independent candidate will get the requisite signatures to be on some of these ballots.