• October 26, 2021

They Have Found Enough Stolen Ballots To “DECERTIFY”!

After many months of waiting and wondering, we may finally have found the smoking gun that we all have been looking for in the election fraud of 2020.

It was obvious that the election was stolen and it wasn’t by just one way, but multiple ways that lead up to the steal that stunned the nation.

The voices of all of us screaming that there was a fraud were heard and there were many states that heeded the call to look further into the election results.

Of course, the left did everything to stop the investigations but that did not stop those whose only concern is uncovering the truth.

Now, Maricopa County has some interesting news coming out that could very well change the game.

According to a private canvass conducted of Maricopa’s registered voters, there are over 170,000 stolen votes and over 90,000 “ghost votes”.

They found every kind of fraud you can think of, people who didn’t live in Maricopa County voting, the deceased, relatives of the deceased—the list goes on and on.

The discrepancies are enough to decertify the election results in Arizona according to the canvassing effort.

Crime Prevention Research Center:

Thirty-seven states have so far changed their mail-in voting procedures this year in response to the Coronavirus. Despite frequent claims that President Trump’s warning about vote fraud/voting buying with mail-in ballots is “baselessly” or “without evidence” about mail-in vote fraud, there are numerous examples of vote fraud and vote-buying with mail-in ballots in the United States and across the world. Indeed, concerns over vote fraud and vote-buying with mail-in ballots cause the vast majority of countries to ban mail-in voting unless the citizen is living abroad.

There are fraud problems with mail-in absentee ballots but the problems with universal mail-in ballots are much more significant. Still, most countries ban even absentee ballots for people living in their countries.

Most developed countries ban absentee ballots unless the citizen is living abroad or requires Photo-IDs to obtain those ballots. Even higher percentages of the European Union or other European countries ban absentee for in-country voters. In addition, some countries that allow voting by mail for citizens living in the country don’t allow it for everyone. For example, Japan and Poland have limited mail-in voting to those who have special certificates verifying that they are disabled.

France has made an exception this year to the ban on absentee ballots to those who are sick or at particular risk during the Coronavirus pandemic. Poland and two cities in Russia have adopted mail-in ballots for elections this year only, but most countries haven’t changed their regulations.

France banned absentee voting in 1975 because of massive fraud in Corsica, where postal ballots were stolen or bought and voters cast multiple votes. Mail-in ballots were used to cast the votes of dead people. Examples for other countries are provided.

According to NPR:

Responding to concerns raised by the U.S. Justice Department about aspects of a controversial election review, the leader of Arizona’s state Senate says plans to go door-to-door asking residents about their voting history are “indefinitely” on hold.

The decision, which had not previously been announced, follows a letter sent to state Senate President Karen Fann from the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.

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