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Court-Ordered Audit: Dominion Voting Machines Were DESIGNED For FRAUD

The American public has largely already lost all sense of the illusion of choice in the aftermath of this fraudulent and phony election. It is not getting any better either. A court-ordered audit of voting machines in Michigan has determined that the Dominion machines were specifically designed for fraud.

The court-ordered forensic audit, carried out by Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG), found that Dominion systems in Antrim County, Michigan recorded a shocking 68 percent error rate while tabulating votes. The report noted that the faulty software far exceeds the “allowable election error rate” of 0.0008 percent set by the Federal Election Commission, according to RT.

Shockingly, the auditors claimed that the widespread errors were a feature, not a bug, stating that the voting system “intentionally” generates a high number of ballot errors which can then be used to manipulate the vote tally.  “We conclude that the Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.”

The preliminary report also found that there were attempts to tamper with evidence. The analysis revealed that on November 21, an “unauthorized user unsuccessfully attempted to zero out election results, the auditors said. The report also found that all security logs from Election Day, and the days prior to and after November 3, had mysteriously vanished.

State officials (the ruling class) viewed the audit differently. In a statement, Michigan’s Attorney General Dana Nessel and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson slammed the report as another in a long stream of misguided, vague and dubious assertions designed to erode public confidence in the November presidential election.” The officials also described ASOG, which has participated in other lawsuits challenging the election results, as partisan,” and said the group lacks the expertise to audit the voting software, reported RT. 

The mainstream media and social media giants are still trying to use censorship and “fact-checkers” to propagate the public into somehow believing that Joe Biden won this election fairly.

The Electoral College formally designated Biden the winner of the 2020 selection race on Monday, but Trump has not yet conceded and continues to make the case that the election was rife with fraud.  There are still ongoing investigations as well.

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Seattle police arrest at least 8 people during Election Day protests as rioters reportedly put nails in roadway

Seattle, Washington, police arrested at least eight suspects as a result of Election Day protests on Tuesday.

According to Fox News, some of the demonstrators and rioters reportedly scattered nails along roadways in the city.

What are the details?

The outlet reported that two groups were reportedly seen marching through Seattle on Tuesday night. Authorities said that at least one of the groups was given a warning to keep moving, but the two groups eventually converged around 9 p.m. local time in Seattle’s downtown area.

Late Tuesday night, the Seattle Police Department tweeted, “Officers have provided multiple additional public safety warnings to the group. Individuals have continued to put items in roadway, including nails.”

“Marchers are moving traffic barricades into the roadway,” the department added. “Pedestrian interference warnings have been given. Group is westbound on Lenora St from Westlake Ave. Please use caution if driving in the downtown area.”

Fox reported that the arrests were for “pedestrian interference, obstruction, assault on an officer, reckless driving, and criminal mischief.”

Earlier on Tuesday, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan (D) said that she was watching the city closely amid the presidential eleceiton.

“In one of the most challenging years in our city’s history, we have a president that has consistently incited hate, fear, and violence. This is why my office has been closely coordinating with the governor, county executive, and city departments for a safe and secure Election Day and planning for the days that follow,” Durkan said.

At least one demonstrator told the Seattle Times, “We are not scared of whoever gets elected. It’s not going to stop us.”

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ELECTION DAY LIVE BLOG: TheBlaze has you covered all day with updates on voting stories, campaign pushes, polls, and state-by-state results

Welcome to TheBlaze’s Election Day Live Blog.

Today is likely to be a very long day as President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden race to 270 Electoral College votes. Plus, control of the U.S. Senate is up for grabs, and the House of Representatives results could be close.

Whatever happens today, we’ve got you covered — all day.

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Businesses boarding up in cities across the country in anticipation of election chaos: ‘It’s pretty scary’

There are still four days until the 2020 presidential election, but businesses in major cities across the United States are already preparing for the worst. This week, there was a major push by businesses to board up storefronts in American cities, including Boston, Chicago, Denver, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.

Many of the large cities have already been plagued with protests and violent riots since the early summer, but business owners are anticipating potentially worse chaos on Election Day, and what could turn into election week(s) when the official winner is declared.

In Washington, D.C., luxury retailers have already begun to board up their shops ahead of Tuesday’s election. Alex Provenzano, who owns a salon in downtown D.C., boarded up his door and windows on Wednesday.

“I’m usually a very positive person; I hope for the best,” Provenzano told USA Today. “But the people are very stressed out, and there is a lot of uncertainty in the country right now. It’s pretty scary.”

There are even barriers and fences being constructed in the neighborhood near the White House.

Los Angeles has already been hit hard by riots over the past months, which has caused many business to board up previously. Now more business owners are preparing for even more upheaval.

The city of Beverly Hills has reportedly already decided to close down the iconic and swanky Rodeo Drive shopping area on Nov. 3 and 4.

Plywood was also seen being put up on storefronts in San Francisco as if a hurricane was imminent.

In Boston, portions of the Prudential Center was boarded up on Thursday to prevent property damage.

In Chicago, businesses along the Magnificent Mile shopping area are boarded up, and there are barriers still remaining from previous protests that escalated into civil unrest.

The Santa Monica Police Department said they have no intelligence of civil unrest on Election Day, but said, “We also know that things can change rapidly and are actively monitoring the situation.”

“We have received questions about reinforcing storefronts. As a Police Department, we cannot tell business what to do when it comes to boarding up,” the SMPD statement said. “However, we understand the need to feel secure and we respect your decisions on how to handle your day to day operations. If you choose to board up your business or want to have the materials ready to do so, we support you.”

In New York City, the NYPD advised businesses located in Midtown Manhattan to “take additional security measures in preparation for the possibility of large-scale demonstrations around the coming presidential election,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

The NYPD told businesses they should “move or secure items such as street furniture, trash cans and small planters that are located at sidewalks and plazas adjacent to storefronts before the Nov. 3 election.”

ServiceChannel, which provides facility management software and contractor sourcing for 550 brands, noted that “companies including at least 10 luxury brands had ordered board ups or other security measures at 539 locations around the U.S.,” according to Quartz.

Professionally boarding up a store can cost more than $5,000, and up to $20,000 for a large store, according to ServiceChannel.

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Horowitz: Will the Supreme Court finally confirm Nov. 3 as Election Day?

Throughout this election season, lower federal court judges have illegally intruded into state election laws governing the qualifications of voters and voting procedures. The Supreme Court has largely allowed these lower courts to run roughshod over the constitutionally vested powers of state legislatures. Finally, Monday night, the Supreme Court smacked down a Democrat election sham to essentially extend Election Day for six days in the critical state of Wisconsin.

Liberal judges are using COVID-19 as an excuse to nullify long-standing voter integrity laws or registration and ballot deadlines. It’s funny how this epidemic seems to result in every Democrat policy goal. In Wisconsin, a federal district judge took this meddling to the next level by ruling that absentee ballots don’t have to be returned by Election Day so long as they are postmarked by Nov. 3. In doing so, the judge was not only illegally intruding on state powers to set qualifications for election procedures but was essentially nullifying the national Election Day.

On Monday, five
Supreme Court justices sided with a Seventh Circuit decision to stay this district court ruling. While conservatives have been disappointed by some recent opinions of Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, they both wrote solid concurrences categorically rejecting the notion that a judge can somehow legislate a new Election Day because of the virus.

In an opinion that is clearly a veiled shot not only at this lower court opinion, but at many of the other recent legislative changes to election law by liberal judges and governors, Gorsuch reminded people that the Constitution still matters.

The Constitution provides that state legislatures—not federal judges, not state judges, not state governors, not other state officials—bear primary responsibility for setting election rules. Art. I, §4, cl. 1. … Nothing in our founding document contemplates the kind of judicial intervention that took place here, nor is there precedent for it in 230 years of this Court’s decisions.

Justice Kavanaugh, in a lengthy concurrence, explains the absurdity of federal judges creating a right to tardy voting:

To state the obvious, a State cannot conduct an election without deadlines. It follows that the right to vote is not substantially burdened by a requirement that voters “act in a timely fashion if they wish to express their views in the voting booth.” … Voters who, for example, show up to vote at midnight after the polls close on election night do not have a right to demand that the State nonetheless count their votes. Voters who submit their absentee ballots after the State’s deadline similarly do not have a right to demand that the State count their votes.

I would argue further that any effort by any judge or political body other than Congress to backhandedly alter a federal election deadline is unconstitutional. Although states were to have control over all the administrative aspects of voting and voter eligibility (which courts are now violating), Congress was granted the authority to set the national Election Day for president. In 1845, Congress designated that day as “the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.” In 1872, Congress enacted the same law governing elections to the U.S. House (2 U.S.C. § 7), and when the 17th Amendment was ratified, Congress dictated that Senate elections should be held on the same day as well (2 U.S.C. § 1). Congress never intended voting to begin more than a month before that day, as is practiced in many states.

Also, the spirit of the Constitution clearly dictates that Election Day should be uniform. Although the clause dictating that the “day shall be the same throughout the United States” was referring to the day the electors choose the president, it was clearly understood as granting Congress the sole authority to set the uniform day for choosing the electors (what we regard as national Election Day).

The great constitutional historian Justice Joseph Story
wrote that when Congress first designated the date for choosing the electors in 1792 (not just the date for the electors choosing the president), it was “in pursuance of the authority given by this clause.”

When defending the election clause from those who felt it gave the federal government too much power, former North Carolina Gov. Richard Dobbs Spaight gave a robust defense at the North Carolina ratification convention on July 26, 1788.
From the context of his words, it is clear that the power granted to Congress and the desire for uniformity applied both to the day the people choose the electors and to the day the electors actually vote for president:

Mr. Spaight replied, that he was surprised that the gentleman objected to the power of Congress to determine the time of choosing the electors, and not to that of fixing the day of the election of the President; that the power in the one case could not possibly answer the purpose of uniformity without having it in the other; that the power, in both cases, could be exercised properly only by one general superintending power; that, if Congress had not this power, there would be no uniformity at all, and that a great deal of time would be taken up in order to agree upon the time.

While many delegates to various state conventions objected to any federal control of elections, it was very clear that the Constitution, as eventually adopted, indeed vested Congress with the power to create a single election day.

The truth be told, it’s hard to see how in-person early voting for an entire month doesn’t violate federal law. Ever since the Presidential Election Day Act set that date as “the Tuesday after the first Monday in November,” it’s hard to see how a state holding multiple election days for in-person voting — without any excuse — is not a violation of this law, at least in spirit.

A quick glance at the congressional debates preceding passage of the election day law for presidents in 1845 and the election day for the House of Representatives in 1872 reveals that Congress clearly intended that states should have polls open
only on the day prescribed in the statute. In 1871, Rep. Benjamin Butler (R-Mass.) spoke on the House floor about the need for a uniform voting day because otherwise “we may have a canvass going on all over the union at different times.” Butler’s concern was that it would give some states and political parties “an undue advantage.” He spoke of how the announcement of vote results in some states helped influence the momentum of the election (Cong. Globe, 42d Cong., 2d Sess., 141 (1871)).

In his “Commentaries on the Constitution,” Justice Story presciently
observed that the need for a uniform day was “self evident”:

Every reason of public policy and convenience seems in favour of a fixed time of giving the electoral votes, and that it should be the same throughout the Union. Such a measure is calculated to repress political intrigues and speculations, by rendering a combination among the electoral colleges, as to their votes, if not utterly impracticable, at least very difficult; and thus secures the people against those ready expedients, which corruption never fails to employ to accomplish its designs.

It goes without saying that, aside from the aforementioned reasons to end early voting, holding the vote over a protracted period invites corruption and fraud. It gives “those ready expedients” (think Soros community organizing groups) ample time for corruption “to employ to accomplish its designs.”

The principle that Congress intended only one election day both for presidential and congressional elections because of voter fraud and undue influences was clearly expressed by Sen. Allen Thurman (D-Ohio) during debate on the 1872 law.

I think as a general principle it is best to have our elections on the same day whenever we can. We provided long ago by law that the election of electors of President and Vice President should take place on the same day throughout the United States, and for the same reason we may well provide that the election of member of Congress shall take place on the same day. Whenever you provide that elections shall take place upon the same day, you do interpose a not inconsiderable check to frauds in elections, to double voting, to the transmission of voters from one State to another, and you do allow the people to vote for their Representatives undisturbed by considerations which they ought not to take at all into account (Cong. Globe, 42 Cong., 2d Sess. 618 (1872) (remarks of Sen. Thurman)).

Unfortunately, early voting has become an obsession, as we continue to render verdicts in elections before the end of the trial, so to speak. But for now, it is to be hoped that the Supreme Court will at least put an end to the practice of arbitrary late voting imposed on states by liberal judges. John Roberts, in a short concurrence in the Wisconsin case, made it clear that he felt less inclined to reverse similar decisions in Pennsylvania. However, with Amy Barrett on the court, those who believe in the rule of law might no longer need Roberts for the fifth vote.

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Election Chaos Already Intensifies: Voter Intimidation From BOTH SIDES

This election will be nothing like we have ever witnessed before.  There are now reports that politicians have called for “poll watching volunteers” which many assume means there will be voter intimidation.

President Donald Trump’s debate-stage call for volunteers to stand watch at voting locations has prompted an enthusiastic response from what mainstream media is calling “neo-Nazis” and “right-wing activists.” The point of this news is to prepare you mentally for what they already have planned for the election. As The Washinton Post reported, Trump’s comments are leading many state election and law enforcement officials to prepare for voter intimidation, arrests, and even violence on Election Day.

The mainstream media is trying to sell this as violence by the right, yet the left are the ones currently rioting, looting, and burning down cities.

In addition to the voter intimidation, both sides will refuse to concede, and there will be looting, rioting, and violence, regardless of the outcome. This has already been promised, preplanned, and the stage is set.  Neither candidate will be a “net win” for the people of the United States. The system desperately needs you to take a side and it doesn’t matter which side you take.

“I got shivers,” said Andrew Anglin, the founder of the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer,  in a post on Wednesday. “I still have shivers. [Trump] is telling the people to stand by. As in: Get ready for war.

Another Secret Model: A Contested 2020 Election

However, extremists on the left are already spinning election comments as a way to ensure this election will not go smoothly.  Both sides are playing their parts quite well at this point. Numerous “civil rights leaders, “leftists extremists, and Democratic lawyers said Trump’s comments could lead to illegal election interference, and several state attorney generals said they were preparing to arrest anyone who tries to prevent voters from exercising their rights. “This is a blatant attempt at voter intimidation,” said Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey (D). “It’s very important to be clear about that. It’s illegal. It is a crime to engage in voter intimidation or election interference.”

More Preplanned Election Chaos: Trump Says The Supreme Court Will “Sort Out” The Election

Brace yourselves. This rhetoric gets more intense by the day and there are no signs that they are pulling the plug on this election chaos plan. Stay alert and if you have yet to do an audit of your preps, now is the time.  Make sure you have what you need, including a bug out plan, before November.

The Stage Has Been Set For The Most Chaotic Election In U.S. History

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“Second Wave” News Intensifies: MSM Pushes The Fear

The news of a “second wave” of coronavirus infections is making its rounds in the mainstream media once again.  Are we on the verge of becoming a totalitarian regime like Australia? Will we be facing a second draconian lockdown?

Infectious-disease experts are warning of a potential cold-weather surge of coronavirus cases — a long-feared “second wave” of infections and deaths, possibly at a catastrophic scale, according to The Washington Post. A few months ago, the mainstream media attempted to ramp up the fear of a second wave, but since not many were getting sick and the death toll began to drop astronomically there was no way that narrative was going to stick. It sure looks like they are trying it once again.

It could begin well before Election Day, Nov. 3, although researchers assume the crest would come weeks later, closer to when fall gives way to winter.

An autumn surge in COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, would not be an October surprise: It has been hypothesized since early in the pandemic because of the patterns of other respiratory viruses. –The Washington Post

“My feeling is that there is a wave coming, and it’s not so much whether it’s coming but how big is it going to be,” said Eili Klein, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Or, how big they will make it appear. It’s more than obvious by now that governments and the media have overblown this scamdemic. They are also already warning us of more election chaos and pushing off the blame onto the virus.  This is all rolling together, and as of right now, no one should expect anything to be normal for any amount of time.

It Wasn’t The “Virus” That Crashed The Economy, It Was The People Who Obeyed

Prepare now. I have written extensively on how to prepare for certain situations.  The reason I continue to bring you news is to awaken the public. Your preps will be worthless if you are still waiting for a political puppet to save you and think the government is on your side. Right now, the best preparedness you can do, is wake up to the free human being you were born to be.

If you do think now is the time to prepare for a second lockdown, I suggest you start here:

PREPPING FOR THE UPCOMING GOVERNMENT-INDUCED FOOD SHORTAGES

You should also have a way to get water that is NOT reliant on the city.

Prepping Tips: Long & Short Term Water Storage

The best tip I have: Get as far removed from the government and this current system as possible. Become as self-reliant as you can and make every day count.

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