2020 Voter Fraud | Just an idea, probably a myth, definitely not widespread.

Started by malachi.martini, October 21, 2020, 06:34:13 PM

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pate

Quote from: Recieved via Amplitude Modulated Radio wave transmission, moments agoOfficial Position has moved from "No Fraud Whatsoever" to "Not Enough Fraud To Significantly Affect Result"

say again,

Official Position has moved from "No Fraud Whatsoever" to "Not Enough Fraud To Significantly Affect Result"

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Yorkshire pud

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/security-footage-shows-georgia-county-republican-chair-election-official-present-during-breach-of-voting-equipment


I'm sure it's one big misunderstanding.. ???

QuoteATLANTA (AP) — Two months after the 2020 presidential election, a team of computer experts traveled to south Georgia to copy software and data from voting equipment in an apparent breach of a county election system. They were greeted outside by the head of the local Republican Party, who was involved in efforts by then-President Donald Trump to overturn his election loss.

A security camera outside the elections office in rural Coffee County captured their arrival. The footage also shows that some local election officials were at the office during what the Georgia secretary of state's office has described as "alleged unauthorized access" of election equipment.

QuoteLast month, Willis cited the Coffee County activity, among other things, when she sought to compel testimony from Sidney Powell, an attorney who was deeply involved in Trump's effort to undo the election results.

Emails and other records show Powell and other attorneys linked to Trump helped arrange for a team from data solutions company SullivanStrickler to travel to Coffee County, which Trump won by nearly 40 percentage points.

Hmmm? Sidney Powell...where have we heard that name?

QuoteFootage captures Cathy Latham, then chair of the Coffee County Republican Party, arriving at the elections office shortly after 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 7, 2021, the day after the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol. Just a few weeks earlier, she was one of 16 Georgia Republicans who signed a certificate falsely stating that Trump had won the state and declaring that they were the state's "duly elected and qualified" electors.

A few minutes after her arrival, she is seen outside greeting SullivanStrickler chief operating officer Paul Maggio and two other people. Less than 10 minutes later, she escorts two other men into the building.

This is all very odd...It seems as if drump friendly officials have committed the very crimes that they accuse the Democrats of doing???  :o

albrecht

Quote from: Yorkshire pud on September 06, 2022, 07:18:14 PMhttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/security-footage-shows-georgia-county-republican-chair-election-official-present-during-breach-of-voting-equipment


I'm sure it's one big misunderstanding.. ???

Hmmm? Sidney Powell...where have we heard that name?

This is all very odd...It seems as if drump friendly officials have committed the very crimes that they accuse the Democrats of doing???  :o
Why would this be at all considered "odd?" Considering you fled very a very odd country what with the By-Elections, weird sorting of boundaries and constituencies, hereditary places, and a whole segment (with some recent revisions) called Lords? But also some royals who still must approve (she seemed a bit weaker, bless her soul,) your PM. And most places still nobody has a real freehold, usually just a long-ass lease, because of the land ownership by them. Though, I could see in a modern times some old mining towns and gas-works being sold off to get over some liabilities. Maybe an Arab and Trump consortium could buy them up and make a golf course! I kid.

pate

Quote from: Yorkshire pud on September 06, 2022, 07:18:14 PMhttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/security-footage-shows-georgia-county-republican-chair-election-official-present-during-breach-of-voting-equipment

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This is all very odd...It seems as if drump friendly officials have committed the very crimes that they accuse the Democrats of doing???  :o

PBS isn't exactly what I would categorize as a "Neutral" source, I don't know that such a thing exists anymore, anyway.

You don't mention in your quoted text WHOM at the Associated Press wrote the story you quote from, nor the title of the article/story.  Very well;  I don't see anything in the quoted text that indicates that there was an attempt to cast multiple (a very high multiple) fraudulent ballots (the thing your Democrats are accused of).

It appears to me that there is some sort of investigating going on?  Whether sanctioned by The State or not.

I like investigating of voter fraud, both sides engage in it:  as any impartial evidence gatherer could show you.  For every Democrat caught, convicted, and jailed/fined for the act, there can be found a Republican caught, convicted, and jailed/fined for the act.

I imagine, fraudulent votes are much like cockroaches:  for every one you see there are a million or so that you don't (yes:  hyperbole, I know you are well familiar with it and it is a favored weapon of yours, so we may both use it, neh?).

The problem with discovering fraudulent votes, and the people who cast them multiple times is that it is an ILLEGAL act, a crime if you will.  It is frequently difficult to get a Criminal that has "gotten away with it" to surrender themselves to the authorities and admit a crime.

You generally have to sleuth it out, some times with circumstantial corroborating evidence, witness statements, and even forensic evidence.  If your vote fraud criminal is "good," there will be little of that to find, after all that is the whole point of engaging in the activity:  "get away with it" & "leave no evidence."

I generally chuckle to myself when a Vote Fraud Denier, eventually admits that "Yes, it does happen:  BUT not enough to matter."

Firstly, in my book, ONE SINGLE fraudulent vote matters.  Secondly, given the above (each "found" fraudulent vote represents some multiple of "un-found" ones) which sort of blows the logic of the "Yes, it does happen:  BUT not enough to matter" statement apart.

It is far better for the Vote Fraud Denier to stick to their guns on "Never Happens" from a logic stand-point, it is an easier statement to defend than the half-measure "Yes/but" statement.

As a plus, it's a Rose-colored Pollyanna Land viewpoint, and even if is not made by an innocent, it at least can have a veneer of innocence associated with it.

I don't think Fraudulent Votes are like Lost Car Keys:  in that if you don't look for them they miraculously turn up in the place you thought you had already looked.

You actually have to diligently look for these things, as by their nature (criminal) they are hidden as well and flawlessly as the criminal that casts them can manage.

So, Pud:  it is probably better for you to go back to the "IT DOESN'T HAPPEN/DIDN'T HAPPEN THIS TIME" than to try to portray it as a one-sided thing.

If you wish to debate which side historically has cast the greater number of Fraudulent Votes, I'd love to.  We can begin in, what was it 1960, with the historic Kennedy election?

Probably the easiest out for you on this one is to call me a Consipiracy Kook and go back to your TDS hobby-horse.

Cheers!
-p


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