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WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

5/26/21

YWN666 said...

I've heard a lot of talk of that happening but have yet to see any credible evidence of it.  I would think by now someone would have been able to prove it.

When you have over 100 lawyers attempting to block, prevent, stall, de-legitimize, postpone a legitimate audit, you know something is wrong.

If this were the fairest election in history as the Democrats claim, then they wouldn't even need a single lawyer... much less 100 of them. Do you know how much the hourly legal fees for lawyers are? Now multiply that for 8 hours a day for 3 weeks for 100 lawyers. And that's not including their lodging and food expenses. Why are the Democrats spending this much money for the general public to just simply find out exactly how fair the election really was... or was not.

Now, on another note, if there were hanky panky going on, illegal activity going on, then one would want to CYA to prevent the general public at large from finding out what illegal activity they did. That's what the 100 lawyers and their exorbitant fees are for. To cover up and prevent the truth from coming out.

AG's dismissing legal affidavits of wrong doing. Requests for access to actual voting machines denied. Access to routers denied. Requests for the admin passwords to various devices denied.

What one can see is a large number of people in numerous states all attempting to sabotage, discredit and/or stop legal audits at every turn they can. That is more than just suspicious.

Arizona has been asking for these things since the end of Nov 2020, but it wasn't until Apr 2021 that final approval to move forward was given. (i.e. A 6 month stall when the requests were made over 6 months ago. But only recently have the courts decided to let it continue.)

And now, even with just partial Arizona results, other states are also starting to follow suit and looking into their own ballots to see what kind of fraud they too might be able to turn up.

FWIW

  • Edited May 27, 2021 2:55 am  by  WALTER784
YWN666

From: YWN666 

5/28/21

YWN666

From: YWN666 

5/28/21

I'm sorry but this is all nonsense that is wasting the Court's time and resources.  The allegations were reviewed in numerous court cases over and over and over and no significant voter fraud was found. It's even sillier to allege that there is some grand conspiracy in place to deny what you claim is obvious fraud.  I also find it ironic that this alleged massive fraud only happened in jurisdictions where Democrats won.  In those districts where Republicans won, everything was just fine!

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5/28/21

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5/28/21

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5/28/21

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5/28/21

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5/28/21

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

5/28/21

YWN666 said...

In lawsuits alleging election fraud, Trump supporters described what they saw, heard and suspected. Many of their allegations crumbled under scrutiny.

But what happened to the over 140 affidavits swearing under oath with notarization that they saw fraud? If they were lying, they could be jailed. Thus the judge should have allowed their affidavits to be entered into court records. Had they lied... they would have to pay the price by spending time in jail for lying. But the judge didn't want that... because the evidence they swore was correct was in fact absolutely as they swore two. Therefore the just should have let them perjure themselves if they were lying. That would have worked in the Democrats favor. 

But the judge didn't do that... the judge dismissed all 140 some odd affidavits! Had the just allowed those affidavits to be admitted in court, and had they been prove all to be lying... that would have been a major victory for the Democrat party... 140 GOP supporting liars. Now that would have been a bombshell report... BUT ONLY IF... they were all lying!

The main thing here is that the judge didn't decide to side with the Democrats and prove that all of these 140 affidavit submitted people were lying... but the judge did the exact opposite... the judge denied their sworn testimonies from ever entering into the courts.

If they were lying... it would have been in the Democrat's favor. If they were telling the truth however, it would have been in the Republican's favor.

And thus... the judge didn't want to take a change of tarnishing the Democrat image and decided not to accept their affidavits.

If you can come up with a better explanation, I'm all ears, but from what I see, more than 140 affidavit signed people swore there was fraud and the judge denied each and every one of their sworn affidavits.

That only spells out a cover up. Can you pull something out of a magical bag saying otherwise?

If those 140 individuals were all lying... the judge should have allowed their affidavits to be entered into court record and gone to court!

FWIW

 

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

5/28/21

YWN666 said...

I'm sorry but this is all nonsense that is wasting the Court's time and resources.  The allegations were reviewed in numerous court cases over and over and over and no significant voter fraud was found. It's even sillier to allege that there is some grand conspiracy in place to deny what you claim is obvious fraud.  I also find it ironic that this alleged massive fraud only happened in jurisdictions where Democrats won.  In those districts where Republicans won, everything was just fine!

Hillary Clinton still hasn't gotten over the 2016 election loss that she incurred... and that was 5 years ago!

Wisconsin election managers referred 41 voter fraud cases to prosecutors over 5-year period

(The Center Square) – The Wisconsin Elections Commission released a report this week detailing the 41 voter fraud cases that local clerks have turned over to local prosecutors in recent years.

“We want the public to understand that we take these matters seriously,” Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe said.

The report covers fraud cases that date as far back as 2016.

 

“This report shows that, once again, we have voter fraud in Wisconsin,” Brett Healy, president at the MacIver Institute, told The Center Square. “While this one partial review found dozens if not hundreds of illegal votes, what should really concern every voter – Democrat, Republican, conservative or liberal – is that this has been going on for some time in Wisconsin.”

 

The report details more than just 41 instances of voter fraud. The count in the details of the report is closer to 300 cases, though not all of them were referred for charges.

The Elections Commission explains the cases cover all manner of fraud, from voting in-person and through the mail, to felons voting, and people voting in Wisconsin and other states.

Healy said the question is not how much voter fraud is occurring.

 

“No amount of voter fraud is acceptable,” Healy said. “We cannot and should not downplay voter fraud. Our politicians, the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC), local clerks and every District Attorney in this state should make voter fraud a priority.”

Wolfe announced that the Elections Commission will meet next week to talk about the report and the findings.

“Election officials and law enforcement across Wisconsin work together proactively to prevent, identify and prosecute suspected cases of voter fraud,” Wolfe said.

She did not say how many voter fraud cases have ended with convictions.

Healy said instead of meeting, the Elections Commission should be calling on lawmakers for change.

“We need tighter laws. We need WEC to follow the law and not ignore certain safeguards. We need clerks to actively root out fraud,” Healy said. “Voters need to read this report and demand that all politicians give this the attention it deserves.”

https://www.thecentersquare.com/wisconsin/wisconsin-election-managers-referred-41-voter-fraud-cases-to-prosecutors-over-5-year-period/article_b97a1cd0-bd98-11eb-a410-bb7e1110c223.html

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