Evidence Shows Michigan Supreme Court Race in 2020 Was Flipped – Election Audit Professionals Also Identify Numerous Red Flags in NM and AZ

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Here is some of that supposedly non existent proof.


BOMBSHELL: Evidence Shows Michigan Supreme Court Race in 2020 Was Flipped – Election Audit Professionals Also Identify Numerous Red Flags in New Mexico and Arizona​

By Joe Hoft
Published August 11, 2022 at 9:15pm
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The presentation in Otero County, New Mexico on Wednesday night began with attorney David Clements introducing the professionals who were involved in the audit.
IT Expert Jeffrey Lenberg next shared the following points to begin the presentation of his team’s audit of the election machines used in the county.
  • Election security is almost nonexistent. “The systems and the processes that exist are like swiss cheese.”
  • Pro V&V certifies voting machines across the country but does not do a good job. They don’t have the resources to.
  • Wherever they went they received full-fledged resistance when wanting to look at the voting systems.
  • Risk-limiting audits are a facade in the way they’re being done.
  • The password for Michigan and New Mexico voting system access was “123456” and you can access all the administrative menus. You can go in days after an election and add ballots and adjust the time and print it out. This capability should not exist in the system.
  • Microsoft SQL software was found in Michigan, New Mexico and Arizona. It does not need to be there. It can be accessed without any password and you have “keys to the kingdom”. You can anything you want with the data and change anything you want with SQL.
  • Transparency needs to be where everything is recorded. The only place ballots can be associated with voters is at the polling place.
  • In Maricopa County, Arizona, all the ballot boxes were unsealed when they were provided to the auditors.
  • In Maricopa County, there were 263,000 corrupted images that were also not mentioned by the auditors there. (Biden was given the win by 10,000 votes.)
  • There were 21,000 ballot images missing in Maricopa.
  • In New Mexico, they updated that software that was certified which makes no sense, and in the process deleted the 2020 project file.
  • There was a pile of red flags from the system audit work.
Michigan used fear tactics to intimidate the auditors. The New Mexico Secretary of State did the same to stop audits of the machines in the state.
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The DHS claims the auditors trying to get to the bottom of the election process are enemies of the state.
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On September 3rd all the jurisdictions will destroy all items related to the 2020 Election. This information needs to be kept and not destroyed. Because items like the item in Michigan may have happened everywhere.
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Lenberg then shared this bombshell –​

In Michigan’s down-ballot 2020 Supreme Court Justice race three candidates out of seven were programmed differently in the election system. As a result, the court changed from Republican to Democrat!
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The remedy to address this is to count all the ballots across the state and compare to the election results.
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No wonder the corrupt AG in Michigan is going after these guys. Communists don’t like their crimes to be uncovered.
Here is the audit report presented tonight by the election auditors in New Mexico. The 2020 Election in New Mexico was a mess.
Otero County Audit Report by Jim Hoft on Scribd

Here is the video of the event.

Watch video on TGP.
 
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Preserve 2020 election records past 22-month minimum as potential legal evidence, watchdog urges​

Preserving the records beyond the federal requirement could be important for the defense of election integrity watchdogs who are being prosecuted, said Amistad Project Director Phill Kline.

By Natalia Mittelstadt
Updated: August 17, 2022 - 11:39pm

Records of the 2020 presidential election should be preserved beyond the 22-month federal requirement in order to preserve evidence for potential civil or criminal trials, said Phill Kline, director of election integrity nonprofit the Amistad Project.
Under federal law, states and localities must preserve federal election records for 22 months after the election.
Preserving the 2020 presidential election records is important not only for investigating potential election misdeeds, but also because they "are relevant to innocence or prosecution" of election integrity watchdogs and whistleblowers, said Kline.
J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest Legal Foundation, told Just the News that election records related to any litigation would be subject to a litigation hold, and therefore preserved in those cases.
Investigations of suspected election irregularities in swing states critical to Joe Biden's victory have been launched in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. These cases include:
  • Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is investigating allegations of illegal ballot harvesting in the state from the 2020 presidential election brought forward by election integrity group True the Vote.
  • In Michigan, three women were charged in connection with voter fraud schemes, including efforts to cast ballots on behalf of non-consenting nursing home residents.
  • A lawsuit in Delaware County, Pa., brought by 2020 Republican state House candidate Ruth Moton and others against Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar and 2020 election voting machine warehouse supervisor James Savage alleging election fraud and evidence destruction was dismissed in July. The judge determined that the case was moot because the complaint "challenges the administration of an election that occurred in 2020 and the prevailing candidates in that election have been inaugurated."
  • In Arizona, Guillermina Fuentes, a former Democratic mayor of San Luis and board member for the the Gadsden Elementary School District, pled guilty in June to ballot harvesting during the August 2020 primary election. Fuentes was part of a ballot-harvesting scheme in Yuma County in which early ballots were collected from voters and dropped off at a ballot box on primary election day. Both Fuentes and another woman, Alma Juarez, who also pled guilty to ballot harvesting, will be sentenced in September, with prosecutors seeking a one-year prison sentence.
  • In Wisconsin, former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was aggressively pursuing allegations of 2020 election malfeasance until GOP state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos fired him last week from his position as special counsel. Vos closed the special counsel's office after claiming victory in the GOP primary against challenger Adam Steen, who was backed by both former President Donald Trump and Gableman.
Citing "the unprecedented infusion of private money, and unprecedented, intentional violation of laws by certain election officials" and "the unwillingness of states to assist in understanding the impact" of the private funds, the 2020 presidential election records should be preserved until such issues are investigated and understood, Kline told Just the News.
There hasn't been "any meaningful review" of the 2020 presidential election, as the audits that have been conducted weren't "designed to address uniqueness of the 2020 election," the former Kansas attorney general explained. The audits, he said, were conducted "on an election that didn't happen" because they were designed to audit an election where the laws were followed.
Observing that he's "never known anyone who broke the law that kept evidence," Kline said the election records shouldn't be destroyed upon the expiration of the 22-month retention requirement, even though, per federal law, they could be.
In addition to the pending investigations of election irregularities underway in critical swing states, several lawyers and election integrity watchdogs have been shut down, sanctioned or threatened with legal consequences in recent months for investigating the 2020 presidential election. Cases of legal threats and retaliation against watchdogs include:
 
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OMG!!! Another Bombshell by TGP. What will we do? Let us know when this makes it to court and someone is charged... Otherwise, we'll just file this in with the other 100's of bombshells that TGP has given us that somehow go nowhere.
 

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OMG!!! Another Bombshell by TGP. What will we do? Let us know when this makes it to court and someone is charged... Otherwise, we'll just file this in with the other 100's of bombshells that TGP has given us that somehow go nowhere.
Well...................heres a morsel for you. More on the way.

 
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Well...................heres a morsel for you. More on the way.

LMAO... So Desantis creates a whole new law enforcement agency that manages to arrest 20 people (in a state that Trump won). AWESOME!! Yep, that's really proof of massive voter fraud right there.
 

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LMAO... So Desantis creates a whole new law enforcement agency that manages to arrest 20 people (in a state that Trump won). AWESOME!! Yep, that's really proof of massive voter fraud right there.
I clearly said it was a morsel!