By Pamela Geller – on November 5, 2020
In new filing in President’s suit in Michigan — Bloomfield Hills attorney says a poll worker was instructed to change dates on when ballots were received and the worker slipped her a note of one such example:
This aligns with the bombshell whistle-blower:
Comment by tonytran2015: A basement dweller candidate has his befitting constituents. Only flying bats are now needed to complete the scene.
Source: Ashe Schow
An unknown person in Florida tried to register 54 deceased Democrats to vote in the 2020 election.
The Sun Sentinel reported that whoever is behind the fraud appears to live in Columbia, South Carolina and “submitted at least 54 new voter applications in July in the same neat handwriting to the Broward elections office, several in each of 19 envelopes.” Many of the names on the applications were for elderly citizens who had recently died outside of Florida.
“Almost all of them were flagged by Broward elections office staff as suspicious, and turned over to the Broward State Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors have been watching since August, in a sting operation to catch the culprit, internal correspondence shows,” the outlet reported.
State Attorney’s Office Spokeswoman Paula McMahon told the Sentinel that the office “cannot comment on an ongoing, active criminal investigation.”
While most of the applications were flagged by election officials, at least three were added to the voter rolls in July. Two of the people added to the voter rolls had died a month earlier, in June.
Broward Elections Supervisor Pete Antonacci told the Sentinel about the fraud after the outlet asked about three odd voter ID cards sent to the same address in Davie, Florida. That man, Pete Fisher, a registered Republican, received the ID cards and looked into the names on them, finding that all three belonged to the deceased.
“This is an organized effort by someone who knew a little bit about Florida law but not a lot, and had a scheme to either undermine the Florida registration system with fake voters, or intended to vote 50 times,” Antonacci said.
More from the Sentinel:
Registering dead or fraudulent voters is illegal, but not difficult, the scheme shows. Each application was blank where driver license and social security numbers were to be filled in.
Actual voting under the false registrations would be much harder. All the applications were submitted as new registrations on Broward’s voter rolls, so the voter would have to show identification before voting, or when mailing in a ballot, Antonacci said.
The voters would be classified as a “MARG,” or “Mail Registrant” who did not submit the required identification.
“It would have been another layer of fraudulent activity in order for them to vote,” Broward elections spokesman Steven Vancore said. “They did not vote.”
“We take any allegation of voter fraud very seriously because it affects our very democracy,” Broward State Attorney Mike Satz said Friday of the fraud. “Anyone who has information regarding any attempt to commit the crime of voter fraud should report it to the Broward Supervisor of Elections and the Broward State Attorney’s Office so it can be thoroughly investigated.”
The attempted fraud amounts to very few votes, far from any potential mass fraud that could impact an election. Though there have been isolated incidents of attempted fraud around the U.S., they have been flagged by elections officials.
Comment by tonytran2015: I have never encountered any undeniable coincidence in my life. If something works quite well it must have been planned by someone.
… Oct. 9, 2020, “New York’s Billionaires Are Doing Just Fine As Coronavirus Rages,“ patch.com, New York
“As the U.S. still reels from the pandemic’s economic fallout, the state’s billionaires all vastly increased their wealth, Forbes found.”
… The problem is that as people owe more and more debt service, they have less and less to spend on goods and services and so they’re not able to buy what they produce, and so employment shrinks and the economy shrinks. And part of the problem is not simply the growth of debt, but what the debt is for, and in the textbooks debt is supposed to be for productive purposes. The myth is that it’s for building factories and means of production and increases everybody’s prosperity, but that’s not what debt’s about. That’s what maybe stock issues are about, but it’s not what debt is about.
80% of debt is issued in the form of mortgages and they’re lent to real estate and the effect of real estate debt – making credit, loosening the credit terms more and more, lending more and more against properties, higher proportions, lower down payment, lower amortization rates – is that property prices are inflated. Housing prices are inflated. Commercial real estate prices are inflated.
So debt is being created for all the wrong things. It’s been decoupled from the economy at large, and it’s being taken on for things that really used to be considered public services like education. Used to be that all economies provided schooling free as a public service because they realized that education is how you increase productivity. But now, more and more, education is just to get a job sort of like a union card…
…The meeting was conducted in conditions hostile to transparency. It lacked a monitoring webcam. There were no pictures or recordings. One shareholder activist, the continuously plucky Stephen Mayne, daringly asked if there would be a transcript. “No,” fumed Alexander…
… Protesters in the Shrine forecourt held placards with slogans such as “media is the virus”, “COVID-19 is a scam” and “wake up Aussies”.
Some were wearing t-shirts that said “let Victoria work”.
Many people pulled their face masks under their chin or were not wearing them at all.
Officers surrounded the protesters on foot, with more forming an outer wall, and many were on horseback…
…The deal comes just months after Goldman agreed to pay $3.9 billion in “reparations” to the government of Malaysia for its role in raising the $6.5 billion that seeded the 1MDB sovereign wealth fund, which was supposed to be used to finance public projects, but was instead drained by cronies of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who has been convicted in Malaysia for his role in the region’s largest-ever financial fraud...
… This article defines hyperinflation in simple terms, making it clear that most, if not all governments have already committed their unbacked currencies to destruction by hyperinflation. The evidence is now becoming plain to see.
The phenomenon is driven by the excess of government spending over tax receipts, which has already spiralled out of control in the US and elsewhere. The first round of the coronavirus has only served to make the problem more obvious to those who had already understood that the expansionary phase of the bank credit cycle was coming to an end, and by combining with the economic consequences of the trade tariff war between China and America we are condemned to a repeat of the conditions that led to the Wall Street crash of 1929—32.
North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un shed tears Saturday at a military parade where the regime revealed a new ballistic missile, the Guardian reported. The leader’s speech touched on the failures in political leadership that have led Pyongyang to an economic meltdown, as well as the external threats North Korea faces…