Election Fraud Revealed In Chester County? — ChescoUnited discussed , Aug. 10, a canvass of 144 of the 3,115 who voted in 2022 in Chester County, Pa. despite being recorded as having had a change of address.
About 70 percent in the canvass appeared to have moved away for good.
A change of address doesn’t necessarily mean an illegitimate vote. A student returning from college or someone who divides his time between two homes could be in the address change database and still legally vote in Chesco.
The canvassers said, however, they could only ascertain that for about 30 percent.
Which means 70 percent very well may be illegitimate voters.
This is a pretty strong indication of fraud.
Considering the willingness of people to hack an ID for a few thousand dollars why would anyone even question the possibility that some might conspire to steal a government with access to a billion or trillion dollars?
Also revealed was that 40 percent of the world still does not have access to electricity or gas for cooking, and relies on biomass which would be things like wood, charcoal, crop waste and dung.
These are far more polluting that electricity and gas.
Did you know that a natural gas energy plant takes up only a twentieth the land as one that uses solar power?
Election Fraud Revealed In Chester County?