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BOMBSHELL! CHINESE WHISTLEBLOWER RELEASES VIDEO AND PHOTOS OF COUNTERFEIT BALLOT PRINTING OPERATIONS​

Just when you thought you'd heard nearly all there is to hear regarding the election fraud, there's more.


Now, it's being reported that China was actually involved in the fraud going as far as printing out fake ballots.

The original report that comes directly from Taiwan reported the following:


As the US election was affected by the epidemic, more than 120 million blank ballots were mailed in advance. According to a source, an underground factory in Guangdong, China, which usually specializes in "forging invoices and falsifying accounts," has forged a large number of blank U.S. ballots since July with a monthly output of 500,000.

Judging from the screenshot of the conversation, the boss not only said, " We have the original model of this version, "We have ordered it before. " There is still a lot of this in inventory. And because the ballots are different in each state in the United States, the underground factory can provide the original model files of "Mississippi, Florida, North Carolina", and emphasize that this is provided by the "previous customer", and there are other states that can also be used for voting. , Not only these 3 states.


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It is worth noting that the boss of the underground factory actually stated that the metal patterns and anti-counterfeiting of the real ballots cannot be forged yet, but previously unknown people have ordered a large number of them, and the boss also said, "The amount is not a problem, the main thing is your money. In place, that amount is not a problem."

I know that this is quite a claim, but what evidence do we actually have that something like this may have taken place? Well, how about video and photos?





 
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775,000 Watch Trump Parade on President’s Day – 38,000 Watch Dementia Joe Biden’s Speech on President’s Day


With nearly 81 Million votes you would think he would have over 2 Million subscribers to his youtube channel wouldn't you

 
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Yes, A lot of biden's voters would have watched his speech, but you know they usually cut off the cable and internet when you are dead right?
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Social media platform Parler back online on 'independent technology'
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FILE PHOTO: A screengrab of Parler.com website and Parler CEO John Matze's message on January 16, 2021, reading "Hello world, is this thing on?", seen in this picture obtained on January 17, 2021 from social media. PARLER.COM WEBSITE /via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY./File Photo ORG XMIT: FW1
A screengrab of Parler.com website and Parler CEO John Matze's message on January 16, 2021, reading "Hello world, is this thing on?", seen in this picture obtained on January 17, 2021 from social media. Photo by PARLER.COM WEBSITE /via REUTERS
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Parler, popular with American right-wing users but which virtually vanished after the U.S. Capitol riot, re-launched its social media platform on Monday and said its new platform is built on “sustainable, independent technology.”

In a statement announcing the relaunch, Parler also said it had appointed Mark Meckler as its interim Chief Executive, replacing John Matze who was fired by the board this month.

Parler had gone dark after being cut off by major service providers that accused the app of failing to police violent content related to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Last month, Amazon.com had suspended Parler from its web hosting service, effectively taking the site offline unless it can find a new company to host its services. Parler, on Monday, said its new technology cut its reliance on “so-called Big Tech” for its operations.

Apple and Alphabet-owned Google had also banned the app from its mobile stores.

Parler said in its statement on Monday it would bring back online its current users in the first week and would be open to new users the next week.
 
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The county experienced a slew of issues during last year’s election cycle, including long lines, problems with voting equipment and absentee ballot delays. Barron faced criticism from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger over delays caused by technical problems and staffing issues.

“These errors and inefficiencies waste taxpayer dollars,” Dr. Kathleen Ruth of the Fulton County Board of Directors said. “The department needs new leadership to take Fulton to the next level.

Fulton County came under fire in November, after President Trump’s legal team accused the county of ballot dumping. This came after surveillance footage at the State Farm Arena caught election officials pulling four plastic bins from underneath desks.

“Officials egregiously violated state laws in order to solicit, facilitate, and promote cheating and theft on a scale never seen before,” President Trump stated. “These crooked and incompetent officials suspended signature verification.”

Questions remain on whether the election board has the authority to remove Barron. The county’s legal counsel is set to review the case.

And don't even know if Brad can throw him under the bus
 

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CONFIRMED! DOMINION VOTING MACHINES IN MICHIGAN COUNTY CHANGED VOTES FROM TRUMP TO BIDEN — NOT BY HUMAN ERROR!​


An attorney in Michigan, Matthew Depronon, has been conducting an investigation in regards to the voting machines that were located in Antrim County.


He was able to quickly form a team of seven highly trained individuals who have experience in the IT sector.

The team arrived on Sunday morning and quickly got to work upon Mr. Depronon being granted access to the county building and immediately started collecting the blatant evidence.


The collection process was complete after roughly 8 hours. The evidence found included 16 thumb drives, 16 CF cards, and a multitude of forensic images of the voting machines. The investigators were promptly escorted to the local airport in Antrim county by the county's sheriffs.

They were then given permission to board a plane with the evidence in hand. Mr. Depronon has reported that he should have the results of this investigation by sometime on the following Tuesday. However, he did not receive them until the end of last week.

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Then, Depronon told Newsmax some bombshell information:

"Well the Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said it happened by human error. We discovered that’s not true, that’s a lie. It didn’t happen by human error. It happened by a computer program called Dominion Voting System. And through our lawsuit we were able to get access to the Dominion Voting System program and my team went on last Sunday and we took forensic images on that computer system, 16 CF data cards, 16 thumb drives, and we got the forensic image of the actual tabulation machine in the Antrim County clerk office."
 

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Trump, Giuliani accused in lawsuit of conspiring to incite Capitol riot
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 20, 2016 President-elect Donald Trump meets with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the clubhouse of the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. - Many Americans remember Rudy Giuliani as the competent and reassuring mayor of New York City during the September 11 attacks. Now, as a fast-talking lawyer for Trump, he is a key figure of the Ukraine scandal amid revelations that he was Trump's roving point man for a drive to persuade Zelensky to launch a corruption investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden son Hunter's activities. (Photo by Don EMMERT / AFP)DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
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WASHINGTON — A Democratic congressman, in a lawsuit filed on Tuesday, accused former President Donald Trump, his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and two right-wing groups of conspiring to incite last month’s deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.

The civil lawsuit accuses them of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act, an 1871 law passed to crack down on the white supremacist organization. It is the latest legal attempt to find Trump responsible for the violence on Jan. 6, after he spent months falsely claiming his election defeat in November was the result of widespread fraud.

It also names as defendants the Proud Boys, a far-right organization, and the anti-government militia known as the “Oath Keepers.”

“The insurrection was the result of a carefully orchestrated plan by Trump, Giuliani and extremist groups like the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, all of whom shared a common goal of employing intimidation, harassment and threats to stop the certification of the Electoral College,” according to a press release announcing the lawsuit.
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The U.S. Senate on Saturday acquitted Trump of inciting the Jan. 6 riot, when 57 senators, including seven Republicans, voted to convict, short of the 67 votes needed.

Representative Bennie Thompson, a Democrat who chairs the House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, is the named plaintiff on the suit filed in U.S. District Court in Washington.

It seeks compensatory and punitive damages without citing a dollar figure, as well as an award for attorneys fees. In addition, it asks a federal judge to issue an order barring Trump and his co-defendants from future violations of the law.

Thompson says he heard threats and a gunshot during the attack on the Capitol and had to hide from the mob.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and attorneys from the law firm Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC are handling the litigation.

Giuliani did not respond to a request comment.

Jason Miller, an adviser to Trump, said Giuliani “is not currently representing President Trump in any legal matters” and he dismissed the allegations in the lawsuit, citing Trump’s acquittal in the Senate.

“President Trump did not plan, produce or organize the Jan. 6th rally on the Ellipse,” Miller said in a statement, referring to a speech the Republican former president made that day at a rally near the White House.

Indiana University law professor Gerard Magliocca said Trump will likely be dismissed as a defendant from the lawsuit because of a U.S. Supreme Court decision from 1982 that protects presidents from lawsuits over official acts.
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“I don’t see how the tort suit can proceed” against Trump, Magliocca said, adding that in his view, Trump’s speech was within the scope of his official duties.

Critics have said that Trump and Giuliani helped incite the rioters during the Jan. 6 “Save America” rally, where both repeated false claims that the election had been stolen.

Giuliani told the crowd “let’s have trial by combat… I’ll be darned if they’re going to take our free and fair vote.”

Trump, who then took the stage, urged people to march to the Capitol. More than 200 people have been charged with federal offenses in the assault on Congress, which left five dead.

The lawsuit also discusses actions Trump took prior to the riots, as evidence he helped to incite them.

After officials in states such as Georgia, Arizona and Michigan warned of possible threats of violence, for instance, the lawsuit alleges that Trump “endorsed rather than discouraged” those threats.

The FBI and federal prosecutors have been increasingly focusing on whether members of far-right extremist groups conspired to impede Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s election victory.

At least 18 people associated with the Proud Boys have been charged so far for their alleged role during the riots. Several of the alleged Proud Boy associates have been accused of conspiring to impede Congress or block police from protecting the Capitol.

Three alleged associates of the Oath Keepers have also been indicted on charges they conspired to storm the U.S. Capitol as far back as November. One of them – Thomas Caldwell – pleaded not guilty last week.

Reuters has reported that the Justice Department is also considering whether to charge members of the groups under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, known as RICO, normally used against organized crime. A decision on that has not been made.

Other members of Congress, including Democratic Representatives Hank Johnson and Bonnie Watson Coleman, are expected to join the lawsuit.
 

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Donald Trump lashes out at 'political hack' Mitch McConnell in deepening feud
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This combination of pictures created on August 24, 2017 shows U.S. President Donald Trump, left, in Bedminster, N.J., and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky, in Washington, D.C., June 27, 2017. Photo by JIM WATSON, SAUL LOEB /AFP via Getty Images
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WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump lashed out at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday, signaling a growing feud between the two most senior Republican voices after the party lost the White House and control of the Senate.

“Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again,” Trump said in a statement just three days after McConnell excoriated him following the former president’s second impeachment trial, on a charge of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Trump and McConnell parted ways in the weeks after the Nov. 3 presidential election, with Trump irked that McConnell had recognized Democrat Joe Biden as the winner in mid-December. They have not spoken since, a former White House official said.

The loss of both the White House to Biden and control of the Senate – which Democrats picked up in a pair of upset Georgia election runoff victories last month – leaves Republicans on edge as they plot how to win back congressional control in 2022.
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The gap between the two men widened when McConnell declared on the Senate floor after Trump’s acquittal by the chamber on Saturday that Trump was “practically and morally responsible” for the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.

McConnell nonetheless voted to acquit Trump, saying he believed the Constitution limited impeachment and conviction to current, not former officials. The House of Representatives voted to impeach Trump on Jan. 13 for inciting insurrection, but McConnell declined to reconvene the Senate ahead of its scheduled Jan. 20 session for the impeachment trial.

Trump, who delivered a fiery speech to supporters just before the Capitol assault, denies any responsibility for the violence.

“The people who stormed this building believed they were acting on the wishes and instructions of their president,” McConnell said in his Senate speech, adding he was outraged by the violence and Trump’s repeated false claims that his election defeat was the result of widespread election fraud.

‘ELECTABILITY’

The two are trying to push the party in opposite directions – McConnell back toward the roots of a budget-focused, pro-trade party, while Trump, who is still backed by a large portion of the Republican voter base, advocates a more populist approach.

McConnell, who normally stays out of intra-party conflict, told the Wall Street Journal in an interview published on Monday that he would consider “trying to affect the outcome of the primaries” during the 2022 congressional campaign season.
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He said that he welcomed Republicans of all stripes, but “what I care about is electability.”

Trump gave notice that he too would be involved in the Republican primaries. “Where necessary and appropriate, I will back primary rivals who espouse Making America Great Again and our policy of America First,” he said in his statement on Tuesday.

A decade ago, when Republicans took a sharp turn to the right with the Tea Party movement, it was McConnell who pointed out that the movement’s right-wing candidates may have been able to win some Republican Senate primaries but often sank in the general election.

That era saw the Democratic majority in the Senate swell to 59-41 by 2009. Republicans reclaimed the majority in 2015, in part due to McConnell’s support of more moderate Republican Senate candidates.

Despite their current differences, McConnell played a major role during Trump’s administration in helping pass the president’s signature 2017 tax cut and in confirming three conservative justices for the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
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Conservative Leaders Call for McConnell to Step Down ...

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A group of conservative activist leaders is calling on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to resign, The Hill reports. Ken Cuccinelli, president of the Senate Conservatives Fund; Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots; Adam Brandon, president of FreedomWorks; Brent Bozell, chairman of ForAmerica; David Bozell, president of ForAmerica and Richard Viguerie, a political direct ...
 

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A lot is starting to come out post election

Michigan Removed 177,000 Voters from Voter Rolls in January After Certifying Biden Won Michigan by 154,000 Votes in November



Michigan Removed 177,000 Voters from Voter Rolls in January After Certifying Biden Won Michigan by 154,000 Votes in November​

By Joe Hoft
Published February 18, 2021 at 7:30am
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Michigan now admits after ‘certifying’ the 2020 Presidential election, that more voters should be removed from their voter rolls than there were votes won by Joe Biden in the race. Mixed with other suspected fraud, (like 141,000 ballot drops at 6am the day after the election) all the ballots in this state should be forensically audited to determine the full extent of the election fraud.

There was so much fraud in Michigan in the 2020 election it is difficult to know where to start. There were late-night ballot dumps in Michigan like other states:
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There were vans delivering ballots in the early morning after the election under the Detroit TFC Center where votes were being counted:
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Republicans were harassed and prevented from viewing the ballot counting in the same TFC center the next day. When finally some Republican observers forced their way into the room they found the poll workers counting Xerox copies of military ballots all for Biden:
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The Washington Free Beacon now reports:
The Michigan secretary of state removed 177,000 inactive voters from the state’s voter rolls after settling a legal challenge.
The stateremoved the names from the voter rolls in late January because the voters no longer live in the state or did not respond to the state’s inquiries about their addresses, according to a Tuesday district court announcement. The state performed the post-election audit during a legal battle with the Honest Elections Project, an election watchdog.
Michigan certified the election results in November claiming Joe Biden won by 154,000 votes.
 
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Election oddities in Tarrant County turning blue are mind-blowing, Smartmatic ties?


Tarrant County, Texas turned blue this year, three days after election day, for the first time since the 1960s. Interesting information about Tarrant County has been lighting up social media and we thought we’d share it.

Heider Garcia was hired as the Tarrant County Elections Administrator in 2018. He previously worked for Smartmatic for 12 years and received his engineering degree in Venezuela in 2003.

In 2010, he testified during a fraud investigation into the Smartmatic software in the Philippines election. Do watch the video below.

Last year, Tarrant County got its new HartInterCivic Verity Voting System.

In October, they had to rescan barcodes on ballots. These were ballots for the 2020 election, more than 14,000 of them. Allegedly, it was a printing error.


THE 817% TURNOUT THAT WASN’T​

Texas Scorecard found that Precinct 2220 showed an 817 percent turnout—with 2,059 having voted in a precinct with only 252 registered voters.

On November 10, Scorecard contacted Tarrant Elections Administrator Heider Garcia to ask about this anomaly.


“I had my staff look at it, and it’s basically a data movement error,” he said. “The vote count is not going to change. The registrations were inputted wrong into that website.”

Tarrant now reports a voter turnout of over 78 percent, with 2,063 having voted out of 2,631 registered voters

When asked, Garcia said Precinct 2220 wasn’t the only one with this anomaly.

“I know that yesterday when we looked at it, there were a few. But, again, it was more of a set-up of the site,” he said. “Some of these website products, they’re generic to be able to be used. Those vendors sell them all over the country. You have to go in and set up all these rules of how you’re grouping things.”

“We could have done a better job proofing it.”

Garcia also told Scorecard that they were inundated with registrations. He said they “were getting boxes and boxes of registrations” and that it was a “nightmare.”

Texas Scorecard also asked Garcia if his office knew how many registrations were received from the Secretary of State after the due date. Garcia checked with his staff but found they did not have a separate count for those registrations.

THEN THERE’S THE PHILLIPINE LAWSUIT​

 
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