Overview Of Election Fraud Findings

Overview Of Election Fraud Findings

By Dr. Robert Sklaroff

It is desirable to convey a sense of what happens during the weekly A.V.A. Zoom-calls by providing a “patter” of the (alphabetized) initiatives of each state (embellished by cites from the Internet); they have been grouped but, otherwise, the titles are self-explanatory.

A few weeks ago, I provided the Opening Prayer for an A.V.A. call in which I concluded Mastriano’s lawn-sign theme [advocating action by a community exercising freedom, quoting John 8:36] was captured in a book published in 1956 by Abba Hillel Silver [Where Judaism Differed]. Another quote therefrom channels how the following hyperlinks were chosen, to wit, that they all encompass action-items based upon pondering facts:

In Judaism, the life of contemplation or of study was of significance only insofar as it led to action. {Multiple quotes from sages reinforce this view.} Judah Halevi warns men not to be beguiled by a species of Greek wisdom “that produces flowers but no fruit.” {Silver condemns Greeks for failing to apply their views of the ethical human into seeking social progress.} 

Anyone wondering “what can I do?” can dip into any of these efforts and recall the points that emerged from the Harrisburg “Election Integrity” Seminar. Anyone querying why these memos are being composed can recognize how many people are contributing their time/resources toward rectifying what The Donald considers the #1 USA priority to be. Anyone doubting the wholesomeness of this wartime initiative can note David Brock’s effort to disbar Trump’s lawyers (so they’ll pay the price for representing someone he hates), a Dem goal that, weeks ago, I strongly suggested be opposed organizationally.

Not surprisingly, doings in three states (Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin) dominate, but their activities are often apparent in what’s being pursued elsewhere (even in “red states” that would, at first blush, seem not to be priorities). I suppress my reactions to some of these observations because, often, the media haven’t extracted defensive quotations from Republicans who are blocking progress. Thus, “don’t kill the messenger” when an article is irksome, for it will often serve as a placeholder for what may soon transpire. Tireless heroes (Fincham, Favorito, Gableman in the three states supra, for example) are helping those working in multiple states (to be summarized soon, such as True the Vote); knowing of their works yields ANGER at those who would acquiesce to “let’s move on” postures of too many politicians (particularly statewide Pennsylvania candidates).

ALABAMA Governor Kay Ivey’s Campaign Ad focuses on protect the election process from being stolen like Trump’s election was stolen in 2020. {This is a popular position.}

Sarah Palin took the lead in a crowded field of 50 other Congressional candidates in ALASKA’s special primary election on June 11; the top four candidates will advance to another special election slated for August 16. Ranked choice voting will be used to decide the winner, in line with a 2020 voter-approved new elections system. {The A.V.A. consensus was that this is only desirable for primaries, recalling Lani Guinier’s book.}

Events in ARIZONA are national trendsetters and, here, lengthy citations are intended to illustrate granular detail that other states may wish to emulate (legislative and judicial).}

The Auditor General 71-page Report on Private Funding showed private grant money was accepted for the 2020 election in the SoS’s office, Maricopa, and Pima Counties. Dem SoS Katie Hobbs accepted $5.1M and spent $5M (88%) of it to “combat misinformation” in a media campaign to encourage mail-in voting; Maricopa spent $1.9M on temporary staffing and less than $9K on Covid-19 protection; and Pima spent $950k+ on hazard pay and early voting sites. Regarding Katie Hobbs’ potential prosecution, State Rep. Mark Finchem said, ”She Knowingly Did This. I Don’t See How This Doesn’t End Up In Some Kind of a Conviction.” [BTW, ARIZONA IS TO OFFER DIGITAL DRIVER’S LICENSES ON IPHONES.]  

Activists lamented “disenfranchisement” after the Arizona Governor signed election integrity legislationArizona Republicans Passed HB2492 Requiring ALL Voters To Provide Proof Of Citizenship Upon Registering To Vote. Jovan Pulitzer addressed issues with ERIC and Dr. Shiva Discussed His History and Analysis Identifying 200,000 Ballots in Maricopa County with Signature Issues. The latter is consistent with AZ State Senator Sonny Borrelli claiming unmonitored dropboxes revealed over 733,000 unaccounted-for ballots in Maricopa County’s 2020 Election. This may explain why Maricopa County Supervisors refused to attend a meeting after the State Senate issued a new 2020 Election Subpoena but, ultimately, Maricopa County Complied with it and the Attorney General’s Request. The motivation for these probes is that the Report of Maricopa County Election Network Includes Large Claims that Appear Impossible to Substantiate.  

Attorney General Mark Brnovich will be making arrests based on his Maricopa County 2020 Election Interim Report, for he already referred Criminal Action Against AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs For Election Crimes and floated possible future prosecutions because “There are problematic system-wide issues that relate to early ballot handling and verification.”   Recalling the months-long time-delay after the audit and the Senate made referrals to the AG’s office, Tim Griffin opined, “It seems like he is hedging for his U.S. Senate Run.  He talks tough, but there isn’t any action at this time.” [Appended are Brnovich’s cover-letter to Senate President Karen Fann (confirming total inaction) plus a 30-page “best practice” report c/o the U.S. Elections Assistance Commission detailing guidelines on establishing proper chain-of-custody that he cited; the latter carries import that should ripple nationally, even in the absence of dropboxes and their inherent faults.]

A.G. Report 

  • Recommendations: Minimize mail-in ballots which are prone to fraud in line with the Carter-Baker Commission; early ballot signature verification should be strengthened, he cites a sample of 100 signature matches from a 2020 election challenged.  Experts believed between 6% and 11% of the ballot signatures were inconclusive for matching.  He found that the matching was rushed by poorly trained workers.
  • Signature Verification.  Maricopa signature verification is insufficient to guard against abuse. 
  • Chain of Custody.  In the 2020 election, localities were supposed to deal with dropbox ballots in the following manner: 

o    Have two transporters present — one from each party;

o    They were to document the location, date/time of arrival, time of departure, number of ballots, and to secure the container of ballots. 

o    901,976 ballots were collected from drop boxes.  729k+ were collected during early voting, 172k+ were collected from drop boxes at polling locations. 

o    Early Voting Ballot Transportation Statements.  Out of 1,895 Early Voting Ballot Transportation Statements — 381 forms or 20% were missing required info — signatures, missing receiver signatures, missing security seal numbers, missing documentation of courier signatures.  “In other words, it is possible that between 100,000 and 200,000 ballots were transported without a proper chain of custody.”

  • Maricopa County battled the AG’s office and blocked the investigation.  
  • Nonprofits.  He suggests a law that criminalizes members of a nonprofit organization allowing members to engage in ballot harvesting.  He also references the just released auditor general’s report on private money; he indicates that the investigation is ongoing but that Arizona law may have been broken in the acceptance and expenditure of this money.

Tim Griffin noted the legislature may stay in session until April 23 and could pass HB 2780; “this bill is sponsored by Rep. John Kavanaugh and co-sponsors include our friend Rep. Mark Finchem.” It passed the full state House and the Senate Elections Committee, but it may be awaiting a vote in the Senate Rules Committee; it’s alive, per AZ Central. 

This a simple and relatively uncontroversial bill stating that the recorder (election’s clerk) must publish:  [1]—before every election, the names of all registered active & inactive voters; [2]—after every election but before the canvass/certification, the names of those who voted (and their method of voting) with ballot images, and a cast-vote record (confirming batch totals). [https://legiscan.com/AZ/text/HB2780/id/2507582]

[text] Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:

Section 1. Title 16, chapter 4, article 1, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended by adding section 16-407.04, to read:

16-407.04. Voter lists; ballot images; cast vote record; ballot storage

NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER LAW:

1.      THE COUNTY RECORDER SHALL PUBLISH TEN DAYS BEFORE THE PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTION A LIST OF ALL VOTERS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION, INCLUDING PERSONS WHO ARE ON THE INACTIVE VOTER LIST. THE COUNTY RECORDER 

2.      SHALL POST THIS INFORMATION ON THE COUNTY RECORDER’S WEBSITE AND SHALL REDACT THE VOTER’S DATE OF BIRTH, DRIVER LICENSE NUMBER, NONOPERATING IDENTIFICATION LICENSE NUMBER AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER OR PORTION OF THAT NUMBER, AS APPLICABLE, BEFORE PUBLISHING OR POSTING THE LIST.

2. AFTER THE PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTION AND FIVE DAYS BEFORE THE COUNTY CANVASS, THE COUNTY RECORDER OR OTHER OFFICER IN CHARGE OF ELECTIONS SHALL PUBLISH AND POST IN DIGITAL FORMAT ON THE COUNTY’S WEBSITE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

(a) A LIST OF ALL PERSONS WHO VOTED AND THEIR METHOD OF VOTING.

(b) ALL BALLOT IMAGES WITH THE UNIQUE IDENTIFYING NUMBER FROM THE BALLOT.

(c) THE CAST VOTE RECORD IN A SORTABLE FORMAT.

3. EARLY AND PROVISIONAL BALLOT TABULATORS SHALL IMPRINT A UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ON EACH EARLY BALLOT TABULATED SO AS TO ALLOW THE BALLOT IMAGE TO BE LINKED TO THE PHYSICAL BALLOT. EARLY AND PROVISIONAL BALLOTS SHALL BE SEPARATED BY PRECINCT, TABULATED AND STORED BY PRECINCT.� ELECTION DAY BALLOTS ALSO SHALL BE STORED BY PRECINCT AFTER TABULATION.

4. THE OFFICER IN CHARGE OF ELECTIONS SHALL ENSURE THAT PAPER BALLOTS ARE SORTED AND STORED IN A MANNER THAT ALLOWS FOR CONVENIENT RETRIEVAL.

Leftist ARKANSAS Judge killed Election Integrity Laws.

Mesa County Forensic Exam Report Provided Evidence of COLORADO voting-machines changing votes; the system created new databases partway through the voting process.

Colorado Bill To Mandate Electronic Voting Records Supported By Soros-Backed Secretary of State

FLORIDA COUNTIES ARE INVESTIGATING FELONS VOTING IN THE 2020 ELECTION, and Florida created an election police force to get out ahead of any potential issues.

In GEORGIARepublicans passed a bill to allow law enforcement to investigate election fraud like what occurred in 2020, when Ballot Traffickers used Dem officials’ offices as stopping points during ballot drop runs, provoking outrage from Trump. In that regard, True the Vote threatened legal action after Kemp’s Lackey and GBI Director Vic Reynolds leaked private confidential info of Brave Election Integrity Activists to the Liberal Media. Afterwards, the GA ELECTIONS BOARD APPROVED SUBPOENA POWER FOR A PROBE INTO POTENTIAL 2020 FRAUD and the GA Elections Chief referred 1,600-Plus Non-Citizens for prosecution after they’d tried to vote. Concomitantly, Garland Favorito announced that oral arguments before the Georgia Court of Appeals finally will occur regarding the Fulton County Ballot Inspection case [vide infra], and he updated the lawsuit against the state regarding the new voter registration system. [Also, the GEORGIA GOP WILL TEST SUPPORT FOR BALLOT DROP BOXES AND BUCKHEAD CITYHOOD IN MAY PRIMARY.]

Republican Governor Kemp and Lt. Governor Duncan killed a key Election Integrity Bill to Unseal Ballots [HB1464], which would have made ballots public records and improved chain of custody procedures; also, it included a controversial limit on poll watchers, per VoterGA, that Republican Gunter refused to allow Favorito to discuss. It became the last bill to pass in the House and it moved through the Senate Ethics Committee before reaching the floor for a last-ditch effort to pass much needed election reforms. In the future, the Wolf Alert System c/o the Constitution Party of Georgia will provide updates.

The departing Fulton County (Georgia’s largest jurisdiction) election director (Richard Barron) blasted lawmakers for playing “Old South” politics, getting out-of-town after a Georgia judge ordered Fulton County to “Provide an additional layer of security” for 2020 election records in the Senator Perdue case; he found the scrutiny from running the nation’s sloppiest local election since Broward County Florida’s hanging chads in 2000 to have become too stressful, for he said that the $160,000 salary + benefits wasn’t worth the hassle anymore. [Barron also complained that his staffer, Ruby Freeman, was “visited at home multiple times” because she pulled a suitcase of ballots from under a counting table and counted ballots multiple times.] Under Georgia’s 2021 Elections Law, the state now has increased oversight over such rogue localities and, at the recommendation of the state legislature, the State Election Board appointed a bipartisan performance review panel to investigate whether Baron’s office broke the law in 2020; Barron believes this competence oversight law is adversarial between the state and localities. 

In MICHIGAN, election clerks are already seeing a ramp-up of requests from ERIC for new voter registrations.  “The attempt to stuff the November ballot box has already started,” as ERIC mounts an Under-the-Table Democrat GOTV Drive; a Zuckerberg-Connected Nonprofit Helped Shift Michigan’s 2020 Voting Rules. Two websites provide formal decertification language [https://audityourvote.com/and https://decertifymi.com/]. 

In NEW HAMPSHIRERadical Leftists Crashed a House Hearing Promoting Safeguards to Free and Fair Elections.

In NORTH CAROLINA, OmniBallot is used via an absentee-ballot-request-portal

In TEXAS, there was an election failure in Dallas, when the locality ran into problems with Republican mail-in ballots; on the other hand, the new Texas law allowed for increased poll watcher access, with few reported problems.  Incidence of rejection of mail-in ballots was 2-8% before 2020, under 1% in 2020, and 10% in 2022. Thus, election bureaucrats there and across the country cite such problems to argue their offices are underfunded and need distribution of new federal funds that they can spend indiscriminately.  

In SOUTH DAKOTA, rejection of dropboxes was forced by invoking “Bonds For the Win”; All elected public officials are required to be bonded and they must sign an oath to uphold the Constitution of their State as well as the Constitution of the United States for America. Companies, contractors, and even unions are also required to have a surety bond. We the People – The community for whom the bondholder is OBLIGATED to serve. This info was provided by Patricia Tatem [ptatem416@hotmail.com].

In WISCONSIN, former Trump Attorney John Eastman Pushed for Decertification of the Election Following Recent Discoveries of Extensive Fraud involving Zuckerbucks; he has been joined by GOP Officials in More than Half the Wisconsin Counties. In addition, Wisconsin Congressional District 6 GOP Event Participants Voted to Decertify the 2020 Election Results and for Speaker Vos to Resign; indeed, a Wisconsin Judge Ordered Vos Held in Contempt Over Election Records. Recall that Wisconsin Added 29% of its ENTIRE VOTING POPULATION to the Voter Rolls in the 10 Months Prior to 2020 Election (957,077 New Names); know that Sarah Whitt was the Official Behind the Wisconsin Voter Rolls that Included 3.42 Million Extra Ineligible Voters. Kuto Justice Michael Gableman (who spoke during a Zoom call c/o A.V.A.) who documented the Zuckerbucks Infiltration of the 2020 Election and Tianna Epps-Johnson from the CTCL. [Rep. Ramthun is in pursuit.] In addition, Erick Kaardal, Special Counsel for Thomas More Society, filed a complaint with the Elections Commission on Behalf of a Senior Whose 2020 Vote was Stolen.

Catherine Engelbrecht from True the Vote Testified in Front of Campaigns and Elections Committee that 107 Ballot Trafficking Suspects in Wisconsin Visited the Ballot Drop Boxes over 2,000 Times in the Two Weeks before the 2020 Election, that 7% of Ballots Cast at Ballot Drop Boxes in 2020 (137,000+ Votes) were trafficked, and that 14 Ballot traffickers Also Participated in One or More of the Violent Riots in 2020.

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