Voting fraud is not a mythFri 12:32 am Europe/London, 27 Nov 2020
To read more about the actual methods of vote fraud, start here.
Also see my links page, where you will find links to Blackboxvoting.org and Stephen Spooner’s youtube video, showing how it is done.
Also see this analysis of on-screen TV numbers, for real-time computer vote fraud as it is reported. Also see this 2020 whistleblower article at the NYPost.
Also see Breitbart from Sept. 27 of this year, where we are reminded that Trump gave examples of fraud in his press conference: 1) In Brooklyn, 25 percent of mail-in ballots were ruled invalid during the June Democrat primary. 2) In a New Jersey special election, nearly 20 percent of the ballots were thrown out, and four people are being prosecuted for fraud. 3) In a Florida primary, more than 35,000 mail-in ballots were rejected, and over 100,000 ballots were rejected in California.
Also from Breitbart, see this article, which reminds us that the UK has had huge problems with mail-in ballots since their introduction in 2003, including scandals where elections were overturned and people jailed. The judge who ruled on more than one of those cases confirmed in a recent article for The Spectator that elections can and have been rigged, and the Democrats are lying when they say this is impossible.
I also remind you of the 2012 Ron Paul fiasco, which started in the highly publicized primary in Iowa. Paul allegedly got third behind Romney and Santorum using the voting machines, which is strange given that in caucuses a couple of months later he trounced both men, taking 79% of the state, and 22 of 28 delegates. That means Paul won the Republican delegation of Iowa, but that was never reported. Most people don’t know it to this day. He also won the Republican delegations of Minnesota, Maine, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, Washington, Alaska and Nevada, taking up to 88% of the votes
and delegates. They closed him out of the Republican National Convention nonetheless, refusing to seat many of his delegates and literally tossing them from the building. If that isn’t election fraud, I don’t know what is.
Any real research proves that all the sites now coming up on Google assuring you vote fraud is a myth are simply lying right to your face. If you don’t believe me, try walking around them and doing your own research. You will find that difficult to do at Google, which is owned, but try using Ecosia as your search engine. You will get far more real results.