Fraud By Any Other Name is Still Fraud – Part I

A strange phenomenon is taking place in our country right now. After witnessing widespread fraud in what can certainly be considered the most important election of our lifetime – the results of which are still being contested by the incumbent President – we are being told to ‘accept the results and move on’.

Over the last month and a half, we have seen things that we never thought would happen in our country.

First, the Democrats brazenly stated that there was no fraud or chicanery in the election. They even got their friends at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to declare that the 2020 election was ‘the most secure election in American history’ – a laughable claim to put it mildly.

Once the evidence of electoral fraud began to surface, they backtracked a little and stated that there was no ‘widespread fraud’ – at least not to the extent that it can actually overturn the results of the election.

The truth, however, is that even a cursory look at the available data suggests that there was a systemic effort to rig the voting process in favor of Joe Biden.

Fraud in 2020 Election – What the Data Shows

Not Every Industry Is Created Equal When it Comes to Fraud

About a week ago, a forensic audit was conducted on Michigan’s Dominion voting system by a team of experts – including ex-employees of the Department of Homeland Security, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Department of Defense. The findings, to put it simply, were stunning.

The experts say that there are errors built into the voting system for the specific purpose of influencing the election results. The system, for instance, generated a large number of error-filled ballots, which were then adjudicated without any oversight. As a result, Biden was able to get tens of thousands of votes additional votes in key swing states.

The guidelines set by the Federal Election Commission say that an error rate of 0.0008% or lower is acceptable in an election. During the audit, the experts found out that the Dominion voting system had an error rate of 68.05%, which is unheard of. This should give you an idea of the extent and scale of the fraud committed by the Democrats.

Last week, Peter Navarro, who currently serves as the Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, released an extensive report which details the voting irregularities that took place in six battleground states – Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada.

According to Navarro’s report, the following irregularities were found in the voting process of the six states mentioned above.

  • Voter fraud
  • Voting machine irregularities
  • Ballot mishandling
  • Statistical anomalies in voting patterns
  • Contestable process fouls
  • Violations of the equal protection clause

The report is based on the affidavits and declarations signed by poll workers and poll watchers, videos obtained from various counting stations, judicial rulings, and data analyses.

What is amazing is that some of these irregularities are so blatant that it is hard to believe that the Democrats ever thought they could get away with it. For instance, in Pennsylvania, a group of volunteers from the Trump campaign compared the state’s voter rolls with obituaries and found out that over 8,000 mail-in ballots were cast in the names of people who have been confirmed dead.

What irregularities like these show is that the Democrats are beyond the point of caring. They cheat because they can. They do not even pretend to follow the rules, as they know that there is not a single institution in the country – including the Supreme Court – that can challenge their authority.

Why the Supreme Court’s Rejection of Texas Lawsuit Is Wrong

Texas GOP chairman suggests seceding from the US following SCOTUS rejection |
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The Supreme Court is supposed to be the watchdog and guardian of our democracy. It is supposed to ensure that constitutional provisions are not violated by any governmental agency or authority for any reason. Sadly, it has failed in its duty by rejecting the lawsuit filed by Texas on election irregularities.

The reason given by the Supreme Court for rejecting Texas’s lawsuit is that the state has ‘no standing’ to question the manner in which another state conducts its elections.

If you look past the legalese, the statement is a bunch of malarkey – to borrow a phrase from Joe Biden. What is the Union but a collection of states? Under the Constitution, all the states in the Union are supposed to follow the law and elect the President in a fair and transparent manner. If one of the states decides to bend or break the laws, it affects all the states, since it is the Presidential election, and the person chosen as the President will govern all 50 states.

All that was asked of the Supreme Court was to confirm whether the hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots cast in favor of Biden were:

  1. Cast by people who were legally qualified to vote
  2. Cast in a lawfully qualified manner
  3. Counted in a lawfully qualified manner

The Supreme Court – in my humble opinion – should have accepted the lawsuit, looked at the evidence, heard the arguments from both sides, and then given a ruling. Unfortunately, the lawsuit wasn’t even accepted (well, Thomas and Alito seem to be on the right side of this issue – the Supreme Court can still save freedom and America), which is not only a travesty but also sets an extremely dangerous precedent.

What if, in the next election, California decides to let illegal aliens vote or give two votes for each person of color? Do the other states in the Union have the right to protest these decisions? And if you think it is far-fetched, you probably haven’t been keeping up with the news. These proposals are already being made by the so-called civil rights groups which are hell-bent on destabilizing our society. What’s ironic is that the civil rights of millions of Americans were violated by this election attack on Nov. 3rd, 2020.

The point to be noted is that when one state decides to disregard the constitutional norms that have been followed by all the states ever since our country was formed, the rest of the country has no incentive to follow these norms as well. After all, if one state can make up its own rules regarding the election, why can’t other states do the same?

You can read the second part of this article next Monday (this article will be updated with the link as well).

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