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And a lot of illegal voter activity still ongoing...

U.S. Postal Service Just Institutionalized Election Interference With New Mail-In-Ballot Division

AUGUST 16, 2022

The more our elections rely on the Postal Service, the more interference we can expect.
Starbucks recently asked the National Labor Relations Board to suspend all pending and ongoing votes to unionize at its U.S. stores due to concerns stemming from mail-in ballots. The franchise’s objections once again raise questions about the credibility of election systems that rely on mail-in ballots. 
As with coffee companies, how much more with the American electoral process? With hundreds of millions of dollars of campaign material and increasing numbers of ballots in the mail, postal efficiency and honesty are becoming increasingly vital to free and fair elections. 
Ostensibly to address some of these concerns, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) announced on July 28 that it was creating the Election and Government Mail Services division. Adrienne E. Marshall, a USPS veteran, was named as the division’s first director, with Marc Elias, the Democrat’s foremost lawfare professional and longtime proponent of elections by mail, tweeting out his approval.
The rationale for this new division is that the growing use of mail-in ballots requires extra attention to ensure the greater volume of mailed ballots can be handled by an increasingly overburdened USPS. 
The USPS reported it delivered more than 135 million ballots in 2020, with 40 million delivered so far this year during the primaries. 
Elections conducted by mail have been a longtime goal of Elias and others since long before public health fears over in-person voting during the Covid-19 pandemic. It is instructive to note that most European nations found mail-in ballots to be susceptible to fraud and limited their use. 
Among other problems, mail-in ballots can be cast by someone other than the voter, voter ID measures are harder to ensure absent in-person voting with a government-issued ID, and the secret ballot is more easily compromised by professional ballot traffickers who “help” the voter fill in their ballot. Thus, mail-in ballots will be an increasingly important part of the Democratic election playbook. 
In related news, President Joe Biden nominated three people to fill vacancies on the nine-member USPS Board of Governors. The board determines the postmaster general, who remains, for now, Louis DeBoy. 
Biden’s nominees include the former chief counsel for the American Postal Workers Union and the head of the National Vote at Home Institute, a non-profit that pushes for nationwide mail-in voting. Some 80 Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to Biden urging action on the board of governor nominees to speed DeJoy’s ouster.
Should the voting public be concerned about the USPS paying closer attention to mail-in ballots? It depends on the trust you place in federal institutions and their employees. 
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is the oldest federal law enforcement branch. Regarding election-related mail, both campaign material and ballots, the Postal Inspection Service says they monitor “political and election mail as it moves through the postal network to prevent, identify and resolve any issues that might interfere with its secure and timely delivery.” All of which sounds great in theory, but what happens if the mail doesn’t get through? Or if it doesn’t get through selectively? Investigating after the fact won’t change election results. 
By its own metrics, the USPS claimed it delivered 99.89 percent of mail-in ballots within seven days during the 2020 election. But what if the leadership of the USPS’s heavily unionized workforce decided to put their thumbs on the scale? The National Association of Letter Carriers is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO and endorsed Biden in 2020. It represents 277,000 workers. 
The American Postal Workers Union also endorsed Biden. It represents another 330,000 workers and is also under the AFL-CIO umbrella. If there was a concerted effort to hinder election mail, the Postal Inspection Service likely wouldn’t notice it in time to stop it and prevent selective delivery of the mail from tipping an election.
In the case of mail-in ballots, USPS union interference might take the form of an effort to target delays in Republican-heavy areas of both mail-in ballot applications and the ballots themselves. But there are other ways to tip the
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Dirty Robin Vos Withdraws Subpoenas of Democrat Mayors Following Firing of Special Counsel Gableman

By Jim Hoft
Published August 26, 2022 at 8:51pm

Two weeks ago dirtbag Speaker Robin Vos squeaked out a win in his Wisconsin state assembly primary.
Vos defeated Trump-endorsed Adam Steen by fewer than 300 votes.
Following his win, Vos immediately attacked former Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge and Special Counsel Michael Gableman.
Gableman was investigating the 2020 election fraud in Wisconsin. The former supreme court justice found the nursing homes in the Zuckerberg-funded cities had a 95% to 100% turnout. This is clear voter fraud they discovered.
Vos did everything in his power to stall the special counsel investigation into the 2020 election. Vos ran as a Republican.
On the following Friday, Vos fired Gableman after winning his primary by less than 300 votes.
Back in December Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Hon. Michael Gableman threatened to subpoena former Facebook employee Michael Spitzer Rubenstein to testify.
For some reason Democrat operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, Wisconsin state lead for the National Vote at Home Institute, was given secret internet access at the hotel convention center where ballots were counted in Green Bay. Justice Gableman subpoenaed the Mayor of Green Bay to testify on this illegal act.
Gableman also threatened to jail two Wisconsin Democratic Mayors if they continue to avoid his interview.
But on Friday Speaker Robin Vos withdrew the subpoenas issued by Gableman to question the Democrat mayors on their connections with outside Democrat operatives who they were sharing information with.
Robin Vos is through pretending he has any desire to investigate the massive election fraud in his state.

Dirty Robin Vos Withdraws Subpoenas of Democrat Mayors Following Firing of Special Counsel Gableman (thegatewaypundit.com)



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He would do anything to get elected. Once again voters allowed themselves to be duped.

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New York’s Voter Matrix: An Alternate Structure Within Voter Rolls

One expert said he saw this occur in the Middle East. He said the purpose was to "control elections. I never expected to see it in America."

AUGUST 13, 2022

Sometimes, you run into something so out of place that you have to ask yourself, how did that get there? A boat in the desert, A fossilized battery, crop circles, and now, New York’s voter rolls.
New York Citizens Audit (NYCA) is an all volunteer group of individuals who have been studying the 2020 General Election since last August. After a year’s worth of effort, they have made some impressive findings. They have discovered hundreds of thousands of cloned voter records, examples of identity theft, discrepancies between official vote counts, over a hundred thousand registered voters without an address, and more.
Today, an NYCA representative appeared on True the Vote’s “vital strategy session,” “The Pit,” and dropped something truly strange: There is a pattern embedded in the identification numbers assigned to voters.
How did it get there, and why?
The pattern, dubbed “The Voter Matrix” by NYCA, creates an alternate structure within the voter rolls. The details are complicated but the effect is simple: It makes nefarious manipulation of records possible.
The Voter Matrix presents the possibility that no amount of “cleaning the rolls” or “purging records” can fix the problem, because the Matrix can regenerate phantom voters all day long.
The pattern is well-hidden. It is unlikely that anyone would have found it in the normal course of business. Experts consulted for this article were amazed that it was found at all. Last year, NYCA submitted a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request to the New York Board of Elections for New York’s voter rolls. A few months later, the BOE delivered the rolls on a DVD. If one were to open the nine-gigabyte text file and look at it as-is, the pattern would be invisible, though it is sitting right there in plain sight, as seen in the image below.
Compliments of NYCA
The size and format of the voter roll document make it extremely difficult to view directly. Instead, it must be converted to another format. It cannot be opened in Excel because it is too large. Database software can deal with it, provided it is resident on a powerful enough computer.
Workers at the local BOE in any given county likely do not have the database on their computer, as they instead login it on a network. All of these things interfere with viewing the document in the state it was in when delivered to NYCA. To make it worse, the pattern is highly dependent on the idiosyncratic sort order the data appears in on the original disk. Once anyone filters or sorts the data, something they are likely to do every time they interact with the database, the pattern is destroyed and cannot be recovered.
NYCA decided to call the pattern “The Voter Matrix” because it restructures state and county voter ID numbers (SBOEID and CID numbers, respectively) into a well-defined and complex matrix. Programmers working with NYCA have managed to reproduce it. According to them, it is mathematically sophisticated. Whoever designed it was good at his job and likely very well-paid.
Viewed from within a database app, the Matrix is only visible if the original sort order hasn’t been destroyed (unlikely), a sufficient number of consecutive records are selected for viewing, and the records selected are the right records (also unlikely). It would help if you were looking for the pattern. If not, you might miss it for that reason alone.
It is possible to see parts of the Matrix after destroying the original sort order but it would be a misleading shadow of the original. The reason is that you wouldn’t see the right pattern. You would see a pattern and it is interesting but the Matrix itself is gone.
The image below shows a small section of the Matrix as seen in four different New York Counties:
Compliments of NYCA
The Matrix is created by first linking the sort order of SBOEID (State Board of Elections ID) numbers to the sort order of CID numbers. That way, if you sort the SBOEID numbers by themselves, you will destroy the Matrix. To see the pattern in the SBOEID numbers, you have to sort by CID numbers instead. It’s like turning your steering wheel right to turn left: not intuitive.
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MUST SEE VIDEO: Election Hack Identified that Can Instantaneously Swap Votes on a Ballot Before It Is Even Stored

By Jim Hoft
Published August 15, 2022 at 9:00am

There’s an election hack built before the 2020 election that can instantaneously swap the bubbles on your ballot. The “filled in” bubble of your candidate is moved to the hackers’ preferred candidate and swapped out with that empty bubble. The change is made before the “ballot Image” is stored on the election server and before it’s tabulated. By using the voter’s own marking style & penmanship, these changes are undetectable to the human eye.
Here’s the scenario. Using a blue pen you fill in the “Trump” bubble on a ballot. Election officials insert this ballot into a tabulator. Those pixels surrounding the Trump bubble are swapped in milliseconds with the empty Biden bubble pixels. After these changes are made, the ballot image is saved to the EMS, and the candidate selections update the election totals. If an election jurisdiction uses their digital “Ballot Images” to conduct an audit, they WILL NOT find these changed ballots.
Gateway Pundit created the below animation to provide a visual of how this election attack works (or view here). Any real election attack using this method has no visual component. It operates behind the scenes, completely hidden.
To conduct this type of an election attack, bad actors just need a sample ballot. These are published well ahead of all elections. The sample ballot is used to locate the exact bubble positions. The ballot is segmented into a grid or “bounding boxes“. Vertical and horizontal lines sweep the ballot to precisely locate the targeted candidate’s bubbles. Bounding boxes are made around each bubble. Extra white space is added around the bubbles to account for penmanship that strays outside the bubble. This becomes the template for that election. The pixels inside these boxes are what they swap.
Prior to the election, the attacker specifies the template, which races they want to affect (Pres, Senate, etc), and by how much. While ballots are being scanned, this malicious software keeps a running tally of the “real” ballot results. Ballot images are changed on the fly to achieve the desired election outcome. To avoid detection, attackers can specify just enough manipulated images to win the race, but not by alarming amounts. The only way to catch this hack is to compare the original paper ballot to the ballot image.
Awhile back two University of Michigan students successfully wrote this malicious software using only 398 lines of code. Their “Automated Ballot Manipulation” video and 18 page whitepaper show the details. Undergrad Jeremy Wink and grad student Kart Kandula developed it while at UofM’s Security Lab. They were under the supervision of election expert J. Alex Halderman. Using the voters’ own handwriting markings to alter ballots is a truly devious approach. Depending on the computer, the entire process takes about 40 milliseconds (.04 seconds). It leaves no image artifacts behind, so the changes are undetectable.
The students tested it against EAC-certified scanners. They also tested it against all six different ballot styles used in America. These come from manufacturers Dominion, ES&S, Clear Ballot, Diebold, and two styles from Hart InterCivic. The ballot styles for Dominion machines were the easiest to change. The Hart eScan ballots were the most difficult. The software can move all shapes used on election ballots including bubbles, circles, boxes, rectangles, ovals, etc.
This sophisticated software algorithm scores and rates the marked bubbles as Sensed, Ignored, or Marginal. Some voters might make excessive scribbles or stray into the letters of a candidate’s name. If the pixel area can’t be perfectly swapped leaving no artifacts, the algorithm skips that ballot and moves on to the next one. Configuring the software settings very high, so it leaves no trace evidence, they were able to change votes on at least 50% of all ballots.
To illustrate an illegal election operation the two men created an attack package called “UnclearBallot”. They disguised the attack by inserting malicious code into the “Windows Driver” that allows the scanners to communicate with the election system. They created a “microdriver” that essentially “wraps” around the original driver. This is what changes the ballots. But their malicious software can run in any environment. It doesn’t have to be a driver. It can be rewritten for a machine’s firmware, installed on an Election Management Server (EMS), and so on.
They simulated an attack using 181,541 completed paper ballots from Clackamas County. Oregon. They changed the results of ballot proposition. UnclearBallot was configured to only modify marks with a “high confidence” the alteration would not be noticeable. They were able to alter 62,400 ballot images, which is 34%. Afterwards, they selected 1,000 altered ballots at random for examination. Human auditors could NOT detect any evidence of ballot manipulation. Had they lowered the “confidence” settings, they could have changed 89% of the ballots. Only 11% were rejected, had no chance of changes.
What’s most alarming is that Matthew Bernhard was involved, a Research Engineer at the hard left Voting Works. The Center For Democracy and Technology (CDT) created Voting Works, spun it out in 2018. CDT’s major donors are the Soros Open Society, Ford Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Google, Facebook, Amazon. Others involved in this election project were Chinese speakers Henry Meng, Jensen Hwa, and Kevin Chang. In 2019 CISA and DHS partnered with Voting Works to push their bogus Risk Limiting Audits into many States before the 2020 election. It’s now used by 10 States. Voting Works has been an obnoxious proponent of mail-in ballots.
Students Jeremy and Kart noted there are technologies available that can detect this type of image manipulation on ballots. However, they were unable to find one election jurisdiction using any of this te
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There are always people who don’t want them who never get a voice.  In California, there are many conservatives but they are disenfranchised because of Gerrymandering.