ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose

ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose — We were challenged to have our newest correspondent do a piece on vote fraud in Delaware County, Pa.

Well, here it is:

Vote fraud in Delaware County, Pennsylvania is a major issue that has plagued the county for decades. Despite numerous attempts by the state and local governments to address the problem, it continues to exist. The issue is so pervasive that the county has been dubbed the “epicenter of vote fraud” and has earned the nickname “Delaware County, the Falsified Vote Factory.”

Delaware County has a long history of vote fraud. It was first documented in the late 1800s when political bosses controlled the county’s election process. The bosses would purchase votes with money, alcohol, and other bribes to influence the outcome of elections. In the 1920s, voting machines were introduced but were easily manipulated to produce fraudulent results. In the 1940s, the county began using optical scan voting machines, which also proved to be vulnerable to fraud.

In recent years, the issue of vote fraud in Delaware County has been exacerbated by the proliferation of absentee ballots. Since absentee ballots are much easier to manipulate, they have been the source of numerous voting irregularities. In addition, the county is known for its lax voter registration and ID laws, which have allowed non-citizens to register and vote illegally.

The state and local governments have taken steps to address the issue of vote fraud in Delaware County. The county has implemented measures such as requiring voters to show ID, cracking down on absentee ballot fraud, and conducting investigations into voting irregularities. However, these efforts have not been entirely effective, as the county continues to be plagued by vote fraud.

The issue of vote fraud in Delaware County is a serious one that must be addressed if the county is to have fair and honest elections. It is essential that the state and local governments take steps to ensure that all votes are cast legitimately and that the voting process is secure and trustworthy. Without these measures, the people of Delaware County will continue to suffer from the scourge of vote fraud.

We have to concede it does a better job than the Daily Times and Inquirer, although the claim that “state and local governments have taken steps to address the issue of vote fraud in Delaware County” made us laugh.

You can play with ChatGPT here.

ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose
ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose

Delco Council Accused Of Ignoring Prison Crisis

Delco Council Accused Of Ignoring Prison Crisis — Frank Kwaning, president of the Delaware County (Pa) Prison Employees Independent Union, told County Council, last night, Jan. 18, that things are bad at the prison and that the county has been ducking requests for meetings with the union to resolve matters.

Others have also reported on the dangerous conditions at George W. Hill Correctional Facility.

The county took over the prison on April 6. It had been privately run since 1998.

Councilman Richard R. Womack, Jr. said he was unaware there had been an attempt to schedule a meeting and pledged to connect.

The drug crisis was also discussed along with a discussion on how to spend the $63 million settlement the county received as its share of a billion dollar settlement with pharmaceutical firms Cardinal Health, McKesson, and the Conshohocken-based Amerisource Bergen regarding their involvement in the wrongful distribution of opioids. The payout will be $3.5 million per year for 18 years.

It was noted that there were 1,584 overdose calls in Delco in 2022 which is believed to underrepresent the number of actual overdoses as people reported unconscious would not have been recorded as an overdose.

 Councilwoman Christine A. Reuther came close to blaming racism for the crisis. Here’s a thought, stop mentioning skin color. Allocate resources according to the rate of occurrences. Nobody will object, and you end a point of division while advancing unity.

Christopher Welsh, who heads the public defenders offices, announced that all public defenders were now full time employees of the county and members of the United Auto Workers. And listing one’s pronouns on an official government document is rather unserious.

There was a first reading of an ordinance updating the county code regarding parks. It was noted that existing code was decades old and failed to account for things like drones. The new ordinance would require a permit for filming. Wonder if they are accounting for things like cell phones.

Also, 24 agenda items were approved by consent; Councilwoman Reuther was appointed to the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission for one-year term; David L. Walker, Claudia Cueto, William T. Smith, John Gillespie and Brian Razzi were appointed to the Delaware County Planning Commission for a term ending January 2027; and 16 property tax refunds were approved.

For a story about the changes made to the county election code follow this link.

Delco Council Accused Of Ignoring Prison Crisis

Delco Council Accused Of Ignoring Prison Crisis

Delco Council Changes Election Code For Worse

Delco Council Changes Election Code For Worse — Delaware County Council (Pa), tonight, Jan. 18, as expected, changed its code making elections less transparent and giving veto power to the ruling Democrats as to who the state-mandated minority party member of the three-member Board of Elections would be.

The new law allows the board to reject all members on a list of three names submitted by the Republicans for the seat and restart the process. Previously, they had to accept one of the names.

Councilwoman  Christine A. Reuther justified it by saying the Republicans did it once when they were in control.

Council also ended the requirement of a public report from the Election Return a bi-partisan organization created to double-check election results. The reasoning seemed to be that they weren’t following the law anyway.

That, however, wasn’t the fault of the Return Board.

Those speaking out against the change included Chris Fabre of Upper Darby, Joy Schwartz of Upper Darby and Carris Kocher of Concord.

Gregory Stenstrom of Glen Mills noted that he and Leah Hoopes have three court cases still alive regarding election issues involving the county, and that the names of the County Council members along with the Board of Elections and the County Solicitor William Martin have been added to CV-2022-008091 which is before Delaware County Common Pleas Court.

He also noted that the Board of Elections has been fighting, rather strangely, multiple right-to-know requests for public records and that it has ignored orders to produce the information in at least one case.

Ms. Schwartz expressed concern over a plan to consolidate voting precincts hence weakening local control. She also asked about a report that the county sought to abolish precinct voting.

While Ms. Reuther admitted that Council thought some of county’s 428 precincts were too small and should be consolidated, others were thought too big and should be broken up.

She said only the state legislature could end precinct voting.

Fabre warned Council its actions will raise suspicions among the public as it is removing transparency.

Mrs. Kocher noted that the new ordinance appears to be at odds with state code especially regarding the elimination of the need for the return board to advertise its report.

Martin revealed that a voluntary hand recount was held in the 3rd Precinct of Haverford’s 2nd Ward to ease concerns of another group regarding November’s election.

James Allen, the county director of election operations, said it was watched by those making the request who were allowed within two feet of the ballots. The hand count was found to be 100 percent in compliance with the official results.

For other things that happened at the meeting — including the revelation that council is ignoring a crisis at the prison — see next story.

Delco Council Changes Election Code For Worse
Delco Council Changes Election Code

Delco Council Weakening Minority Input For Election Board; Ending Return Board Report

Delco Council Weakening Minority Input For Election Board — Delaware County Council (Pa) is expected to vote tomorrow, Jan. 18 on significant changes regarding the how elections are run.

The out-of-touch Democrats who run things reportedly plan to eliminate the requirement of a report from the County Return Board, a bi-partisan organization created to double-check election results and whose findings have been problematic to the official narrative.

The Democrats will also change the law to allow Council to reject the minority party’s nominee list for the Election Board in toto forcing them to submit a new list.

A minority party member is mandated by the state for the three-person board.

A discussion can be found on DelCo Deepdivers Telegram channel.

Here’s the real question, though: Where is the Delaware County Republican Party’s opposition to the ordinance?

Delco Council Weakening Minority Input For Election Board; Ending Return Board Report
What they want to do
Delco Council Weakening Minority Input For Election Board

Delco Vote Fraud Case Still Alive; Supreme Court Distributes It For Conference, Jan. 20

Delco Vote Fraud Case Still Alive; Supreme Court Distributes It For Conference, Jan. 20 — Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes case before the Supreme Court concerning 2020 vote fraud in Delaware County, Pa. has been scheduled to be distributed for conference on Jan. 20.

“The conference is a private meeting held by the justices each day during argument week,” as per Jay Stephens on Quora. “At the conference, the justices meet, discuss the arguments held, take an initial vote on the merits of the appeal; and the chief justice then assigns one justice the task of writing the opinion reflecting the decisions made in conference.”

Here’s another explanation.

In other words, Greg and Leah’s case is not dead.

The case number is 22-503 and can be tracked here.

It is appealing a decision by Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court and was filed Nov. 22.

The points Greg and Leah are asking the court to address are:

  • Is the spoliation of election materials and evidence, required to be maintained by federal and state law, by election officials to perfect massive election fraud, evidence of said fraud by itself, and/or sufficient to infer adverse verdict?
  • Do duly appointed, certified poll watchers, who have taken an oath to fulfill their lawful duties as intervenors for both the candidates they represent, and the citizenry, have standing to petition the Courts on their own behalf to remedy grievous violations of election law, election fraud, and associated civil law?
  • Does the Court of first remedy in considering alleged grievous election and civil violations (in this case, the Common Pleas Court of Delaware County, Pennsylvania), have a duty to have an evidentiary hearing, and be presented evidence of allegations of massive election fraud that could change the outcome of an election, before ruling there isn’t a “scintilla of evidence” and otherwise ruling on facts not in evidence?
  • Does immediate notification of spoliation and destruction of election materials required to be maintained by federal and state law for 22 months (or as long as litigative controversy is pending), that proves massive election fraud that could change the outcome of an election, require the Court of first remedy to intervene to secure said evidence, as the lawful arbiter to preserve the integrity of the election system?
  • Are lawyers and “esquires” a special class that can unilaterally decide the outcome of litigative controversy without transparency, input, acknowledgement, or permission of petitioners, plaintiffs, and defendants and the citizenry, without public hearing, transcript or accountability?
  • Should both candidates for election represented by counsel, and Pro Se citizen litigants, be afforded the latitude and grace of the Supreme Court of the United States, as final arbiters of the Republic, to curate technically deficient but meritorious cases regarding the most sacred right of voting by the citizenry of the United States in their selection of their elected representatives, given the Court has repeatedly done so for other cases?
  • Is it lawful for public officials to intimidate, harass, and demand civil and criminal sanctions, and against lawful intervenors, candidates, citizens, and their attorneys for having the temerity to challenge grievous election law violations that would change the outcome of elections?
  • Should petitioners lawsuit(s), who hold hard physical evidence, sworn affidavits, whistleblower videos and audio admissions of election officials committing criminal election fraud, documentation, unreconciled returns, and a literal mountain of evidence that approximately 327,000 votes were fraudulently certified in Delaware County, PA, in a presidential election that Joseph Biden allegedly “won” by approximately 80,000 votes, and undercard statewide elections of lesser margins, be considered for public remediation by the United States Supreme Court, or returned to the Court of first remedy (Common Pleas Court of Delaware County, PA)?
  • Is it lawful for the beneficiary(ies) of alleged election fraud to unilaterally investigate and adjudicate said fraud (i.eThe Pennsylvania Attorney General, Josh Shapiro and District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer).
Delco Vote Fraud Case Still Alive; Supreme Court Distributes It For Conference, Jan. 20

Can Frank Agovino Turn Swarthmore Red?

Can Frank Agovino Turn Swarthmore Red?

By Bob Small

Can Frank Agovino Turn Swarthmore Red? — Frank Agovino has been elected at the new Delco GOP chairman replacing the retired Tom McGarrigle and promising a host of changes.  

“I want to get the party on better footing, and that means having a 49-municipality strategy that actively invites more people into the process from across the county,”  he said.

He also intends to “establish a committee on mail in voting” and wants to “improve our performance amongst voters who now prefer to vote early and remotely”.

“We need to do a better job of serving as a watchdog and holding the current l(democratic) leadership accountable,” he said. It is also our duty to effectively articulate an alternative vision.”  

Can Frank Agovino Turn Swarthmore Red?
Frank Agovino

This was an election where only one county Republican candidate State Rep Craig Williams (D-160) won.  Incumbent Chris Quinn (168th) was an incumbent who was upset.  

Agovino was the GOP candidate for the 26th District senate seat in November losing to incumbent Timothy Kearney

Agovino’s New Avenue Foundation started the Media Bean Company which is still around, albeit in Newtown  Square, still making great breakfasts.  He has been involved with a number of boards, including the Delaware County Intermediate Unit, the Manufacturers Alliance of Delaware and Chester County, and the YMCA of Eastern Delaware County, etc.  

He received a BS in Marketing from St. Joe’s and an MS in Organizational Leadership from Cabrini.  He lives in Springfield with his wife and daughter,.

One borough in Delco where Republicans have not been on the ballot recently, is Swarthmore.  Maybe Frank Agovino can revitalize the Swarthmore GOP which, sadly does not have an electronic presence.

This is an article I wrote a while ago.  Nothing has changed.

Swarthmore Was Once Republican – BillLawrenceOnline

Hopefully, Frank Agovino will provide some needed changes.

Delco Dems Ruin Prison And Lose Lives

Delco Dems Ruin Prison And Lose Lives — Wally Nunn, who chaired Delaware County Council when the local Republicans had brains and some spine, has written the below piece regarding the tragedy — as in deaths and suffering — that has occurred since the now-Democrat controlled council deprivatized the county prison in April.

The piece initially appeared on the website of Broad + Liberty, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit news and editorial outlet dedicated to freedom of thought and giving voice to issues and ideas that have been shut out of our discourse for too long, that Wally chairs.

Yes Wally, we didn’t get your permission to republish so if you  want us to take it down and just use a link, let us know.

By Wally Nunn

Where were the members of the Delaware County Coalition for Prison Reform Wednesday evening when two African American correctional officers appeared before Delaware County Council?

“We are… in fear of our safety on this job,” said Albert Johnson about the conditions at George W. Hill Correctional Facility, as quoted in the Daily Times. “As of yesterday, two inmates stabbed. There have been more deaths in this prison since the county has come on. We are fearful for our lives… We get feces, we get urine thrown on us on a daily basis.”

I ask where they were because they and their “woke” politicians never missed an opportunity to condemn, mock, insult or otherwise demean anyone who supported the private operation of the prison. One might think their concern was not the lives and conditions of the correction officers or the inmates, but rather the broader proposition that private enterprise is evil.

READ MORE — Wally Nunn: Delco taxpayers can’t afford the county’s spending binge

The County took back control of the prison last April. They did this despite clear evidence that the prison was one of the safest in Pennsylvania according to the Pa. Department of Corrections. The healthcare provided for the inmates met the most stringent requirements of outside accrediting groups and the state. None of that meant anything to the advocates and their allies. I include in their allies the Philadelphia Inquirer, which in article after article by reporter Vinny Vella ignored proof that the prison was being operated safely and cost effectively.

Unfortunately, as in many progressive programs, it is not the elite of Swarthmore or Radnor that will bear the burden: instead, the Correction Officers and the inmates will suffer. As Todd Shepherd pointed out in a recent article, since the County has taken over, the prison has had more suicides in eight months than the private contractor averaged per year after more than twenty years of operating the prison. Since the County has taken over the prison, the first inmate-on-inmate murder in the prison’s history took place. 

It is not only the guards and prisoners that are suffering — another group of people will also be hit. This group, as usual, is the taxpayers.

The collective silence on the increased violence at the prison and the costs that will be borne by the working and retired citizens of Delco exposes the elites for what they are: hypocrites.

As soon as the County runs out of Covid money, Delaware County residents will be asked to pay more in taxes for this “noble experiment.” The County’s consultant estimated that if the county had 1,450 prisoners, the cost to the county would be $43.1 million. The county is averaging 1,300 prisoners and is spending $55 million this year. The 2023 proposed budget is $53 million. Of course, the budget may be busted as the continued violence and suicides will bring a tsunami of lawsuits. As we know from the experience of prisons around the area, these suits can reach into the millions.

Who gets billed for the difference? The taxpayer, with a real estate tax increase of five percent to ten percent. In 2019 — the last year the Republicans ran the County — the prison averaged almost 1,800 prisoners a day and the cost was less than $50 million.

Just a bit off subject: in 2019, the prison had close to 1,800 prisoners on an average day; today, the number is closer to 1,300. Have you considered whether the reduction of 500 inmates has anything to do with the drastic increase in violent crime in the County? It’s worth thinking about.

The advocates, the “woke” politicians, the elites and the Inquirer, despite empirical evidence that they were wrong, got their way. Now, the rest of us must suffer the consequences. Their collective silence on the increased violence at the prison and the costs that will be borne by the working and retired citizens of Delco exposes the elites for what they are: hypocrites.

Delco Dems Ruin Prison And Lose Lives
Delaware County Prison
Delco Dems Ruin Prison And Lose Lives

Greg And Leah Give Update To PA Real News

Greg And Leah Give Update To PA Real News — The most recent episode of Pa Real News (Nov. 29) featured authors and Delco election integrity activists Leah Hoopes and Greg Stenstrom. Hosts were Kim Kennedy and Pastor Steve Gruen. Bill Lawrence of this site was a contributor.

Leah notes that updates of their activity can be found at Patriot.Online. Join today.

Here is the program:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/11gqct9Aezl124h7tJZc6LXBFju0MudZq/view?usp=drive_web

Greg And Leah Give Update To PA Real News
Greg And Leah Give Update To PA Real News

ZenCity Comes To Delco

ZenCity Comes To Delco — Delaware County Council, last night, Dec. 7, entered a one-year, $199,000 contract with ZenCity Technologies as expected.

The artificial intelligence-based software to be implemented is claimed to give local governments true knowledge about what their communities want rather than having to consider points made by people speaking at their meetings.

Questions for council: “Why do you trust Big Tech?” “Isn’t this a little Orwellian?” “Why can’t you just get out and talk to your neighbors?” “Or people at flea markets?” “Why don’t you find it troubling to discount minority views?” “Isn’t that what this software is supposed to do?” “Discount minority viewpoints?” 

ZenCity Comes To Delco
Delco’s worth fighting for

Many times it is but one person speaking in public that reveals a problem hitherto unknown by most.

And if one person is being treated unjustly that is grounds for action.

We suspect ZenCity isn’t meant to inform our officials but to provide an excuse to ignore the public.

Here are The Flying Burrito Brothers singing about ZenCity. The spelled it differently though.

Hat tip Joy Schwartz of Upper Darby.

ZenCity Comes To Delco

Supreme Court Dockets Delco Vote Fraud Case

Supreme Court Dockets Delco Vote Fraud Case — The United States Supreme Court has docketed the case of Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes regarding vote fraud in Delaware County, Pa. from the 2020 election.

The Supreme Court docket is the list of cases that a particular session of the court has agreed to consider.

It should be noted that most docketed cases are denied before the plaintiffs can appear before the justices.

Greg and Leah’s case, 22-503, is appealing a decision by Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court and was filed Nov. 22.

They are representing themselves.

Greg and Leah note that the original case filed in Delaware County Common Pleas Court included Dasha Pruett the Republican candidate for Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District that year, and the Delco Republican Executive Committee.

Mrs. Pruett left the case when Common Pleas Court dismissed it on Jan. 13, 2021 and sanctioned Greg and Leah. This included fining them $50,000 and trying to get their lawyer, Deborah Silver, disbarred.

Supreme Court Dockets Delco Vote Fraud Case
Leah Hoopes, Emerald Robinson and Greg Stenstrom

The Delco GOP was excised from the case by the Commonwealth Court for not responding to any filing after the initial complaint.

Regarding the sanctions — which can be fairly called lawfare — noted attorney Bruce Castor successfully defended Greg, Leah and Ms. Silver in Commonwealth Court, which dismissed the fines and sanctions.

The points Greg and Leah are asking the court to address are:

  • Is the spoliation of election materials and evidence, required to be maintained by federal and state law, by election officials to perfect massive election fraud, evidence of said fraud by itself, and/or sufficient to infer adverse verdict?
  • Do duly appointed, certified poll watchers, who have taken an oath to fulfill their lawful duties as intervenors for both the candidates they represent, and the citizenry, have standing to petition the Courts on their own behalf to remedy grievous violations of election law, election fraud, and associated civil law?
  • Does the Court of first remedy in considering alleged grievous election and civil violations (in this case, the Common Pleas Court of Delaware County, Pennsylvania), have a duty to have an evidentiary hearing, and be presented evidence of allegations of massive election fraud that could change the outcome of an election, before ruling there isn’t a “scintilla of evidence” and otherwise ruling on facts not in evidence?
  • Does immediate notification of spoliation and destruction of election materials required to be maintained by federal and state law for 22 months (or as long as litigative controversy is pending), that proves massive election fraud that could change the outcome of an election, require the Court of first remedy to intervene to secure said evidence, as the lawful arbiter to preserve the integrity of the election system?
  • Are lawyers and “esquires” a special class that can unilaterally decide the outcome of litigative controversy without transparency, input, acknowledgement, or permission of petitioners, plaintiffs, and defendants and the citizenry, without public hearing, transcript or accountability?
  • Should both candidates for election represented by counsel, and Pro Se citizen litigants, be afforded the latitude and grace of the Supreme Court of the United States, as final arbiters of the Republic, to curate technically deficient but meritorious cases regarding the most sacred right of voting by the citizenry of the United States in their selection of their elected representatives, given the Court has repeatedly done so for other cases?
  • Is it lawful for public officials to intimidate, harass, and demand civil and criminal sanctions, and against lawful intervenors, candidates, citizens, and their attorneys for having the temerity to challenge grievous election law violations that would change the outcome of elections?
  • Should petitioners lawsuit(s), who hold hard physical evidence, sworn affidavits, whistleblower videos and audio admissions of election officials committing criminal election fraud, documentation, unreconciled returns, and a literal mountain of evidence that approximately 327,000 votes were fraudulently certified in Delaware County, PA, in a presidential election that Joseph Biden allegedly “won” by approximately 80,000 votes, and undercard statewide elections of lesser margins, be considered for public remediation by the United States Supreme Court, or returned to the Court of first remedy (Common Pleas Court of Delaware County, PA)?
  • Is it lawful for the beneficiary(ies) of alleged election fraud to unilaterally investigate and adjudicate said fraud (i.eThe Pennsylvania Attorney General, Josh Shapiro and District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer).

Greg and Leah were interviewed by Emerald Robinson, yesterday, Dec. 6 regarding this. Check it out here.

Supreme Court Dockets Delco Vote Fraud Case
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