A lot of grassroots groups made up of patriotic citizens has been doing diligent work ever since the 2020 election. They’re poring over state voter rolls with Artificial Intelligence software, or simply with human eyes. They’re studying election laws. They’re releasing their findings publicly.
These efforts should give us hope for the 2024 election, because they’re plugging a lot of holes that the Democrats won’t be able to use again.
The Democrats are certainly panicking about these efforts. The runaway frontrunner has been indicted on 91 counts as of August.
One grassroots group in New York has just offered up definitive proof that the 2020 and 2022 elections in New York were both uncertifiable.
Before election officials in any state are allowed to certify the results of a federal election, there are four legal standards that must be met. If all four of these legal standards are not met, they can’t certify the results. Somebody should alert Mike Pence!
The legal standards are as follows.
First, the state’s voter rolls must be accurate. Sorry if milk just came out your nose when you read that sentence. That’s a federal law. It has been since 1993. The law is called the National Voter Registration Act. It was proposed by Democrats in Congress, with 73 Democrats and 1 Republican co-sponsoring it.
Second, all the votes cast in a federal election must be from eligible voters. No foreigners are supposed to vote. People whose voter registration files have errors are ineligible.
Third, the number of ballots counted toward the vote total must match the number of voters who cast those ballots.
Finally, in order for a federal election to be valid, states must have a ballot error rate, via voting machines, of no more than 1 ballot out of every 125,000 votes, or 0.000008%.
That last standard could very well be the reason why the CEO of Dominion Voting Systems believes his company will be bankrupt and out of business before the end of this year.
So, how did New York do when it certified the 2020 and 2022 elections, based on those required standards for an election to be valid? They failed on every one of them, according to the 2,000 volunteers with United Sovereign Americans (USA) who have been poring over the results and comparing them with New York’s voter rolls.
New York’s voter rolls have 1.4 million counterfeit voter registrations. About 10,000 people who voted registered after the general election cutoff date in 2022. About 5,000 of them registered before they turned 16. All of these numbers should be zero.
And here’s an interesting one. New York has 988,863 people on the voter rolls, from 1900 to 2022, whose registration date is January 1st. Those are all fakes. State and federal offices are all closed on January 1st each year, so it’s impossible for anyone to have that as their registration date.
So, the first two legal standards have been blown out of the water. New York’s voter rolls are inaccurate, and as many as 5 million people could have cast ineligible ballots. Joe Biden “won” New York by less than 2 million votes.
What about the third legal standard?
F-minus. Total failure.
New York had 338,000 more ballots counted towards their official total, than the number of voters who voted. No one knows where those 338,000 extra votes came from. The number of extra votes should be zero if New York’s election was accurate and legally certifiable.
What about the ballot error rate of 0.000008%? Did New York meet that threshold in 2020?
Based on the number of people who voted in New York in that election, the state was not allowed to have more than 70 total ballots in error.
Actual number of errors: 960,546.
In 2022, based on the number of people who voted, New York should have had no more than 48 ballots in error.
Actual number of errors: 745,294.
New York’s 2020 and 2022 federal elections were clearly uncertifiable under the law, based on those disastrous numbers. How do you think Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Arizona would hold up against those standards? Probably not very well.
United Sovereign Americans has forwarded their findings to the Justice Department, the Attorney General, and the New York State board of elections. The group is actively conducting similar investigations in 14 states (including Arizona and Wisconsin). Quick! Indict Donald Trump again!