Delco Election Fraud Case Number

Delco Election Fraud Case Number — The lawsuit by Ruth Moton, Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes alleging substantial and significant election law violations in Delaware County, Pa. during the 2020 election now has a case number, CV-2022-000032 and title, Moton et al v. Boockvar, Kathy et al.

The filing date was Jan. 6.

The defendants include former Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, Delaware County, the Delaware County Board Elections, the Delaware County Bureau of Elections and numerous officials, including Chief Custodian and Voting Machine Warehouse Supervisor James Savage.

The suit claims that:

Defendants intentionally and fraudulently conspired to destroy, delete, secrete, and hide November 3, 2020, election data, materials, and equipment to prevent discovery of election fraud and election law violations in Delaware County, which the Defendants also conspired to commit and did commit while carrying out the November 3, 2020, election. In furtherance of this conspiracy, Defendants intentionally created chaos surrounding the November 3, 2020, election so that they would be able to then carry out the acts of election fraud and the election law violations described herein undetected.

Defendants did this, in part, by placing incompetent or underqualified individuals with no training in positions of responsibility so that they would be able to hide their fraud under the pretense of the incompetence of election day workers/volunteers in the event the election fraud and election law violations were discovered.

Moreover, when a May 21, 2021 Right to Know (RTK) request for election information and data was made with respect to information that is by federal and state law to be kept and preserved, the Defendants fraudulently and intentionally deleted, changed, adulterated, manipulated and/or obscured the information, data, and materials produced in response to the RTK request in order to hide their fraud and election code violations because they knew that they could not reconcile the previously fraudulently reported November 3, 2020 election results with the actual responsive information that they had in their possession and which they were required to preserve and produce in response to the Right to Know request.

Plaintiffs know this to be the case and can document this and demonstrate this by showing, among other things, that November 3, 2020 election, data materials, and equipment was destroyed including but not limited to V-Drives, Return Sheets, machine tapes/proof sheets/result tapes, Mail-In Ballots, Ballots Destroyed, voting machines, hard drives, paper documentation, Blue Crest data, correspondence concerning the November 3, 2020 election.

Further the suit notes that Delaware County was the last count to submit its presidential vote total in Pennsylvania “potentially changing November 3, 2020 election results in numerous races”.

The suit says that before Delco’s submission, Donald Trump was leading Joseph Biden by 7,515 votes, and that Delco’s tally showed a difference of 88,070 votes between the candidates favoring Biden.

Remember, this suit does not address the apparent vote fraud in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and even Montgomery County.

Delco Election Fraud Case Number
Delco Election Fraud Case Number

Delco Republicans Silent On Election Lawsuit

Delco Republicans Silent On Election Lawsuit — It’s Nov. 23, five days after numerous Delaware County agencies and individuals were sued over election misconduct relating to the 2020 General Election.

Nary a peep has been heard from the traditional media, which we expected as the traditional media has long since stopped being the means of informing the public, and is now merely a puppet for protecting the powerful.

What we did hope, granted a scant hope, was that the Republican leadership would start making some noise.

So much for that. Their silence is loud.

You would think they could find it in themselves to bring this up:

123. On and after November 3, 2020, the Delaware County Return Board was missing necessary November 3, 2020, election data, materials, results, and equipment which was needed to reconcile all Delaware County precincts and certify the November 3, 2020, election. [Exhibit J].

Or this:

124. On or about November 3, 2020, the Delaware County Return Board (and individual members including various Defendants) discovered numerous election law violations, and/or incidents of election fraud, and referred numerous precincts to the District Attorney for investigation. [Exhibit K].

Or this:

162. Specifically, James Allen conspired with James Savage to “get rid” of the “pads and second scanners” from the November 3, 2020, election. [Exhibit GG].
163. James Savage encouraged a private conversation to continue the conversation of the removal of the pads and scanners due to other Delaware County employees and Regina Miller who were present and witnessed James Savage state that he was aware that the plan of destruction of November 3, 2020, election “was a felony.” [Exhibit GG].

Or especially this:

177. The Delaware County Right to Know Response Revealed that there were 125 out of 428 missing tally tapes scanner 1; 138 out of 428 precincts had 2 scanners and out of 138, 42 were missing tally tapes; out of the 428 precincts, 137 are missing ballot count tapes for scanner 1; out of 138 precincts with two scanners, 49 are missing ballot count tapes for scanner 2; 108 out of 428 precincts are missing write-in report tapes for scanner 1; 44 out of 138 that had two scanners are missing write-in reports for scanner 2; 255 out of 428 are missing open poll tapes for scanner 1; there are 92 out of 138 precincts missing open poll tapes for scanner 2; there are 233 out of 138 precincts missing open poll tapes for scanner 2; there are 233 out of 428 precincts missing zero report tapes for scanner 1; there are 89 out of 138 missing “zero” report tapes, which means that the machines may not have been zeroed out from a previous election; there are 41 out of 428 precincts that are not reconciled; 82 out of 428 precincts that submitted return sheets with no provisional ballot numbers; there are 73 out of 428 precincts that submitted return sheets with no spoiled ballot count; there are 53 out of 428 precincts that submitted return sheets with no spoiled ballot count; there are 53 precincts out of 428 that had unused ballot return counts and had a discrepancy of plus or minus 20. [Exhibit N].

Do the Republicans ever want to win in this county again? Do the citizens want to allow San Francisco-style looting to come here?

Here is a link to the lawsuit.

Here it is below.

Delco Republicans Silent On Election Lawsuit
Delco Republicans Silent On Election Lawsuit

DELCO ELECTION SUIT BOMBSHELL

Delco Election Suit Bombshell — Suit Filed By Greg Stenstrom, Leah Hoopes, Ruth Moton Against Delaware County, Numerous Officials

Delco Election Suit Bombshell — A lawsuit by Gregory Stenstrom, Leah Hoopes and Ruth Moton was filed yesterday, Nov. 18, in Delaware County Common Pleas Court against Delaware County, Pa., former Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, the Delaware County Board Elections, the Delaware County Bureau of Elections and numerous officials, including Chief Custodian and Voting Machine Warehouse Supervisor James Savage.

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 suit claims that:

Defendants intentionally and fraudulently conspired to destroy, delete, secrete, and hide November 3, 2020, election data, materials, and equipment to prevent discovery of election fraud and election law violations in Delaware County, which the Defendants also conspired to commit and did commit while carrying out the November 3, 2020, election. In furtherance of this conspiracy, Defendants intentionally created chaos surrounding the November 3, 2020, election so that they would be able to then carry out the acts of election fraud and the election law violations described herein undetected.

Defendants did this, in part, by placing incompetent or underqualified individuals with no training in positions of responsibility so that they would be able to hide their fraud under the pretense of the incompetence of election day workers/volunteers in the event the election fraud and election law violations were discovered.

Moreover, when a May 21, 2021 Right to Know (RTK) request for election information and data was made with respect to information that is by federal and state law to be kept and preserved, the Defendants fraudulently and intentionally deleted, changed, adulterated, manipulated and/or obscured the information, data, and materials produced in response to the RTK request in order to hide their fraud and election code violations because they knew that they could not reconcile the previously fraudulently reported November 3, 2020 election results with the actual responsive information that they had in their possession and which they were required to preserve and produce in response to the Right to Know request.

Plaintiffs know this to be the case and can document this and demonstrate this by showing, among other things, that November 3, 2020 election, data materials, and equipment was destroyed including but not limited to V-Drives, Return Sheets, machine tapes/proof sheets/result tapes, Mail-In Ballots, Ballots Destroyed, voting machines, hard drives, paper documentation, Blue Crest data, correspondence concerning the November 3, 2020 election.

Further the suit notes that Delaware County was the last count to submit its presidential vote total in Pennsylvania “potentially changing November 3, 2020 election results in numerous races”.

The suit says that before Delco’s submission, Donald Trump was leading Joseph Biden by 7,515 votes, and that Delco’s tally showed a difference of 88,070 votes between the candidates favoring Biden.

Remember, this suit does not address the apparent vote fraud in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and even Montgomery County.

Maybe the most shameful thing is the silence of the Delaware County Republican Party leadership. Truthfully, you can have an easy life in second place if it’s an easy life you want. See: Philadelphia Republican Party.

Please don’t equate Republican with good. Political parties are means, not ends, and being active in one does not automatically confer virtue, or imply that you love truth, justice and this nation.

Also, not every one mentioned in the suit is a villain. Regina Scheerer, Cathy Craddock and Marilyn Heider are good citizens, grandmoms and patriots, and were most certainly doing their best.

Tip to the plaintiffs: We are confident that they are as convinced the election was stolen as any of us.

Here is a link to the lawsuit.

And here it is below.

DELCO ELECTION SUIT BOMBSHELL

Swarthmore Was Once Republican

Swarthmore Was Once Republican

By Bob Small

For many years, Swarthmore, and Delaware County was safely Republican. Recently the tide has turned, as it usually does, and now both Delaware County Council, and the Borough of Swarthmore, are solidly Democratic. Though many have ascribed it to Swarthmore College’s influence, or “the Kremlin on the Krum”, as one Spiro T. Agnew called it, it was probably time for a change.

In the 2020 Election, Swarthmore had 3,345 votes for Biden and 427 for Trump. The Borough is 59.3 D and 37.0 Exact number of Registrants, it seems, were only available from the Delco Bureau of Elections, via a release of information form, which my inner Libertarian rebelled against.

The Swarthmore Republican Party does exist, but it has no electronic presence!

The Swarthmore Democratic Party has a Facebook page updated
on Sep. 28 (as of Oct 9), The website for the Swarthmore Democratic Committee was last updated in 2018, and also uses Latin (the influence of the College, no doubt). By the way, there was a Swarthmore College Republican Group, but….

As for the Nov 2, Municipal Election, Republicans Albert Federico and David Rowley are standing for Inspector of Elections in their Precincts; 2 out of the 13 major Party Candidates. Albert mentions that he is “running to retain his current position as Minority Inspector”. He could only become the Majority Inspector if he garnered more votes than the Democrat running in his precinct. David Rowley is fairly reticent.

As a Green, I don’t really have a dog in this hunt, though I’ll vote for the Libertarian on the Swarthmore ballot, Patrick John Hochstuhl, who is standing u for Constable. A Constable (courtesy of Berks County)
“A Constable is a sworn Law Enforcement/Peace Officer that can arrest for felony crimes and breaches of the peace committed in his presence, or by warrant anywhere in the commonwealth.”

There are 117 pages in the Municipal Races, just for Delaware County, and there are only 3 Libertarians and one Green running, which is a lost opportunity because many of these offices are unopposed. Among Independents, a David Cleary is running for Garnet Valley School Board.

Statewide, there are almost 150 Libertarians running for various offices, and nine Greens. One of whom, Kearni Warren, will be part of a three-way League of Women Voters of Central Delaware County Candidate Forum 7 p.m., tomorrow, Oct 12 . It will be live-streamed on YouTube. Visit here for details.

Swarthmore Was Once Republican
Swarthmore Was Once Republican

A Republican In Swarthmore

A Republican In Swarthmore

By Bob Small

I spoke to one of the Republicans in Swarthmore with a long and devoted history with the Party about his experiences. He is still active, though a young senior. we discussed the history of the history and future of the Swarthmore GOP, and how things had changed and not changed.

For purposes of this article, he agreed to the interview as long as his name wasn’t used, I’ll call him RS (Republican in Swarthmore)’

Swarthmore, Pa., for those who don’t know is overwhelmingly Democrat.

RS remembers the time when the Borough was almost all Republicans and now
is almost, well it is all Democrat, except for a few minor offices.

A Republican In Swarthmore

He didn’t feel it had changed “a whole hell of a lot”, and that Borough Council continued to be dedicated to “the needs of the local citizens”.

We also touched on Alice “Putty” Willets , whom he worked with in her capacity on Borough Council and who I knew for her work on the “Dew Drop Inn” Senior Center. We both agreed it was a shame she was never elected Mayor.

Here is her obit from The Swarthmorean https://www.swarthmorean.com obituary-death-notice

RS says he has maybe received maybe 10 “crazy comments” in his various duties for the Borough about being a “Republican”, probably the same I have received for being a Green and not a Democrat.

RS is a proud Swarthmore College graduate and we discussed where he agreed and disagreed with the College’s decisions I. e. He thought the Inn was “a great enrichment”, for instance, but worked against the College dropping football. How the College affected the Blue Route (2 lanes rather than four), and how the College seeks to maintain “good community relations” by having Athletics, Concerts, Lectures , etc open to the public.

Lastly, we both being Seniors, feeling “it beats the alternative”, we discussed how the Borough helps with walkability by keeping the sidewalks in shape by reminding homeowners about repair, trimming bushes, etc. Right now, there’s a whole vibrant downtown area, but people of all Parties are becoming opposed to this huge Condo project that might eviscerate up to 50 percent of our shopping area. (More about that in the future).
Like many of us, he worries that the increasing RE taxes and higher rents will affect the future of Swarthmoreans to continue to “age in place”.

A Republican In Swarthmore

Maskless Parents Cause Panicked Board To Call Police

Maskless Parents Cause Panicked Board To Call Police — A passel of protesting parents entered the Garnet Valley School Board meeting sans masks, Aug. 24, resulting in a call to police and the board members panically prancing from the room.

The Pennsylvania school district in suburban Philly passed a policy, Aug. 16, requiring all entering district buildings to wear masks.

The parents were pointing out that the policy wasn’t science-based. They were prepared to present evidence showing such, but, as noted, the board members panicked and pattered away.

Leah Hoopes, who was one of the parents and is one of our favs, says the policy is not just stupid but is counter-productive to health and education.

She notes that The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) describes significant contamination issues concerning masks and indicates they are ineffective if used improperly as they would invariably be.

“If this is about safety is Garnet Valley replacing the masks every time they are touched?” Leah said. “No because it’s the illusion of safety.”

Leah also points outs that hearing impaired children can’t read the lips of teachers wearing masks, a problem the district is pointedly ignoring.

“Garnet Valley spent $40,000 on resurfacing tennis courts ,tennis courts that were locked up in 2020, while they simultaneously told a mother of a hearing impaired child they wouldn’t pay for clear masks for the teachers so she could read lips,” she said.

A Daily Times story describes the number of protestors as between 30 and 40. Leah says it was 50.

One of the few bright sides about the pandemic is that our public schools are revealing themselves to be nowhere near as effective, or caring, as those who run them pretend they are. The possibility of reform progresses. Money should follow students not systems whose primary purpose seems to be providing six-figure pensions for the privileged. Vouchers would automatically shift the power balance to the parents from the bureaucracy.

Maskless Parents Cause Panicked Board To Call Police
Maskless Parents Cause Panicked Board To Call Police

Impeachment Lawyers Representing Delco Vote Fraud Whistleblowers

Impeachment Lawyers Representing Delco Vote Fraud Whistleblowers –Leah Hoopes and Gregory Stenstrom have retained attorneys Bruce Castor and Michael van der Veen to represent them in their crusade to explain the bizarre irregularities in Delaware County, Pa.’s voting tabulations from the Nov. 3 election.

Castor has already entered his appearance in Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, says Ms. Hoopes.

Castor and van der Veen were part of the the victorious team in Trump’s second kangaroo-court impeachment trial.

Ms. Hoopes and Stenstrom –who were Delaware County Board of Elections certified poll watchers and observers at the counting center — testified at the Nov. 25 hearing in Gettysburg before state senators that the chain of custody for ballots was shattered in Delaware County, and the USB drives containing records from voting machines disappeared.

When the Board of Elections ignored their concerns, they took the matter, on Dec. 22, to Delaware County Common Pleas Court.

Judge John Capuzzi did not allow them to present evidence or allow discovery to see ballots and envelopes, Ms. Hoopes says.

After Capuzzi dismissed their case on Jan. 11 –with prejudice — the Democrat-controlled county, in which can only be considered an act of intimidation, sought $19,224.56 in attorney fees from the whistleblowers.

Ms. Hoopes says their fundraising campaign has allowed them to hire the high powered legal team but money is still needed and contributions are continued to be accepted at https://givesendgo.com/protectingyourvote.

Impeachment Lawyers Representing Delco Vote Fraud Whistleblowers
Impeachment Lawyers Representing Delco Vote Fraud Whistleblowers

Pennsylvania Poll Watchers Sued By County For Questioning Election Results

Pennsylvania Poll Watchers Sued By County For Questioning Election Results — Leah Hoopes and Gregory Stenstrom are being sued for costs — claimed to be $19,224.56 — relating to their actions against the Delaware County (Pa.) Board of Elections for perceived irregularities stemming from the Nov. 3 election.

Leah and Stenstrom –who were Delaware County Board of Elections certified poll watchers and observers at the counting center — testified at the Nov. 25 hearing in Gettysburg before state senators that the chain of custody for ballots was shattered in Delaware County, and the USB drives containing records from voting machines disappeared.

Leah says when the Board of Elections ignored their concerns, they took the matter, on Dec. 22, to Delaware County Common Pleas Court.

Judge John Capuzzi did not allow them to present evidence or allow discovery to see ballots and envelopes, she says.

On Jan. 11, he dismissed the case with prejudice.

And now, the Democrat-controlled county, in which can only be considered an act of intimidation, is seeking attorney fees, despite the attorneys defending the board being county employees.

OK, there doesn’t seem to be any dispute that USB drives vanished and the chain of custody was violated.

Why aren’t the courts interested in investigating? Why hasn’t there been any resolution to the voter books that were given to unauthorized persons as we reported on Oct. 31?

Capuzzi is a Republican. So what? People are starting to realize that it is not about Democrat vs Republican but a battle between people who want to get rich off of government — i.e. have the people be the servants — and those who know that it is government that should serve the people.

Leah says the Delaware County Republican Party has abandoned them in their battle as has the state party. Leah says the GOP lawyer they had quit and their new one, Deborah Silver, has been threatened with disbarment.

“We are being denied our 1st Amendment rights plain and simple,” said Leah. “Who is protecting us? Where is law enforcement?”

Leah says she and Stenstrom are raising money to continue her legal battle and contributions can be made here: https://givesendgo.com/Protectingyourvote

Pennsylvania Poll Watchers Sued By County For Questioning Election Results
Pennsylvania Poll Watchers Sued By County For Questioning Election Results

Penn Delco Falling For Marxist Con Job?

Penn Delco Falling For Marxist Con Job? — The Penn Delco School Board will vote on a resolution, Feb. 24, to created a “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” steering committee which is obviously a gateway to propagandize your children to hate themselves, their country and you.

“The greatest threat to American society today . . .is coming from the diversity, equity, inclusion industry,” warns retired Princeton University and Vanderbilt University Professor and author Carol Swain. “It is steeped in critical race theory which is Marxist. It divides people. When you think about what is taking place on college campuses and also now in K-12, children are being bullied, they’re being shamed. Teachers are being encouraged to teach nonsense, and they may justify it by saying it is fighting racism, it’s helping racial and ethnic minorities; it’s really harming everyone’s child.”

Why would a school district need to a committee to study “diversity, equity and inclusion” anyway? If it was doing its job of creating literate, numerate citizens who knew what their rights and obligations were under the law the words would be moot.

On the other hand, if it wasn’t doing its job maybe they would have to insincerely mouth politically fashionable phrases to signal virtue and cover up its failure. The salaries and pensions can be a nice racket after all.

You make the call. Here’s the resolution.

Penn Delco Falling For Marxist Con Job?

This video of school director Lisa Esler is being circulated in attempt to shame her for her opposition to this twisted resolution.

Bad news for them. She is not shamed. And we are proud of her.

Don’t buy the claim that this is “just a committee”. If the resolution passes the goals will be realized.

Penn Delco Falling For Marxist Con Job?

Chinook Block II Will Keep Delco Plant Busy Until 2035 Says Boeing

Chinook Block II Will Keep Delco Plant Busy Until 2035 Says Boeing — Boeing Defense has been boasting on Twitter that the latest version of it Chinook H-47 helicopter will keep its plant in Ridley, Pa. busy for the next 15 to 20 years.

Boeing says 542 aircraft will be coming to the plant for upgrades which include new rotor blades, a new drivetrain, an enhanced fuselage and redesigned fuel tanks.

The Block II will replace the F model and carry 2,000 pounds more bringing the maximum load to 22,000 pounds.

The Chinook first flew on Sept. 21, 1961.

Chinook Block II Will Keep Delco Plant Busy Until 2035 Says Boeing
Chinook Block II Will Keep Delco Plant Busy Until 2035 Says Boeing