Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:
Whenever we discuss election fraud, Liberals are quick to point out the lack of convictions. No convictions = no fraud. They are using the wrong measurement and therefore reach an incorrect conclusion.
To obtain a conviction for voter fraud, the County Attorney must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a specific individual cast a specific ballot with full knowledge that it was against the law to do so. That’s a high burden and in cases of massive fraud, would take years to clear up all the trials plus it would cost a fortune. No prosecutor wants to spend time and money on paper crimes over violent crimes.
In contrast, to find election fraud, we look for evidence that not all of the ballots were legitimate. A ballot cast by a person who’s been dead for years, cannot be legitimate, and there were lots of them cast. A normal voter marks most of the races. A ballot that only marks one race, a highly contested race, is not normal. Is it possible that it’s a valid vote? Sure, but when you get tens of thousands of them, all voting for a single race, all voting for the same candidate, the candidate who was losing until those ballots showed up . . . you begin to wonder.
Further evidence that not all ballots were legitimate comes when we see the supposedly neutral election officials violating established procedural safeguards. Election judges count ballots while poll watchers observe. Both sides having poll watchers is a quality control measure to ensure fairness. But when the election officials kick out poll watchers but only one side’s watchers are expelled, that increases the likelihood of fraud.
Ballots delivered to the polling place in an unusual manner, at unusual times, raises doubt about the legitimacy of those ballots. Backdated ballots cannot be legitimate. When the voting software incorrectly assigns votes to one candidate, always to the losing candidate, across several states, that’s an indication of fraud.
Ridiculously high voter turnout (in some cases 200%) but only in select counties, is a red flag.
Finally, the distribution of tallied votes can be mathematically analyzed using established formulas which have been used to detect election fraud in other elections. The science shows likely fraud in key places.
Does this prove there was serious and widespread election fraud? It does for me. There’s just too much evidence to ignore. If I had a Facebook account, I’d be changing my background.
The hard part, of course, is proving it in court, in blue states where the election laws were written to protect ballot-stuffing.
The real answer, of course, will be to take the Presidency in 2024, and clean out the leadership at the DOJ, and then go after Blue city election authorities the same way they went after Klan-run boards in the sixties and seventies.