DALLAS, TX—Sources close to Winston Davis say he is “totally screwed” as his girlfriend Wendy Fitzpatrick keeps referring to herself as “Wife-Elect” at any and every public gathering with close family and friends. This awkward situation is happening to Winston despite no clear moment in time in which it ever entered his mind that Wendy was “the one” or that he was even getting close to asking her the question to make such an interim title even remotely appropriate.
“Uh, honey—” Winston could be heard starting to interject before Wendy went ahead and dialed up local caterers and contractors to make arrangements for the wedding, which was surely going to unify their two families who haven’t always gotten along, and bring about a glorious time of family healing.
Wendy had even started delegating bridesmaids to begin getting fitted for dresses and unironically telling members of her family that she was setting up an “Office of the Wife-Elect.”…
Since I began writing a military column for Children’s Health Defense, emails have begun to march in from weary parents who served in the Gulf War and now have children with birth defects.
Most of these emails are accompanied with an urgent request: “Please tell our story.”
From my first database search on Gulf War-related birth defects, two things became clear. First, any published research on the subject had to include substantiation of the birth defects. Second, the research had to conclude that the birth defects are not statistically significantly different than what can be found in the general population.
This is all-too-familiar territory. We call it “better diagnosis” spin — claiming there aren’t more cases, we’re just doing a better job of diagnosing them.
But the more concerning issue for me as a veteran was my total ignorance on this topic. How was it possible that I had never heard of serious birth defects in the children of my fellow veterans?
I soon found the answer to that question. In 1995, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) fact-checked the topic as “embarrassing” to the U.S. — and censored the media from reporting on it.
The research on increased risk of birth defects in Gulf War veterans
To this day, the Veterans Administration (VA) and the DOD deny the abnormal prevalence of birth defects in children born to Gulf War veterans, despite evidence to the contrary. Here are some of the studies I uncovered in my research:…
Another witness to Michigan Voter Fraud in Wayne County has come forward to share her story, Hima Kolanagireddy has said that she observed the ballot count and never saw a single Trump ballot raising suspicions that the vote was fraudulent.
Witness Kolanagireddy described illegal ballots and actions in Wayne County that delivered the Michigan election from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.
She saw ballots that were marked in such a way that should have disqualified them from being processed, but were counted anyway. “Everytime they would scan the ballot, nothing would come up in the system,” she said. The system was the qualified voter file which is the registration of legal voters. “They were entering names of people manually and assigning them a poll number.”
The observed ballots were missing a date of birth, required under state law. When she brought this up to the proper authorities on site, they told her that the Clerk’s office had already made sure that all of the ballots were valid before they were sent. Later they told her, according to Kolanagireddy’s statement, that the Wayne County Clerk’s office had verified a birthdate on a ballot that had none, for a voter who was not in the qualified voter file.
“We were told the Clerk’s office verified both the signature and date of birth for ballots that did not have them,” she said. Kolanagireddy noticed the same exact signature on many of these illegal ballots.
“I took one step forward to see the dates on the ballots, they said November, space, no date, then 2020.” Upon asking the supervisor about these undated and improperly dated ballots, Kolanagireddy was told “they were just doing their job.”
Kolanagireddy reports seeing sequential ballots that were suspicious and obviously false and asking herself, “How are the numbers all next to one another? Something is not going right here. Identical signatures? No dates? And now the same series of voters, all voting for Biden?”
These ballots were all tabulated according to Kolanagireddy. “I never saw a single vote for Trump. Even the military ballots were all for Biden. We were four people who went, and only one of us saw a Trump ballot in the two days we were there.” Supervisors refused to record the lawful challenges by Kolanagireddy.
Even though Detroit is a reliably Democrat city, support for Trump was high enough where Kolanagireddy’s claims, if true, seem to be statistically unlikely without the presence of fraud. Polls suggested Trump’s support among African-Americans was at about 19%. Exit surveys said Trump had 12% support among African-Americans nationwide. Wayne County Michigan is 38.7% African American. Detroit is 82% African American among its estimated 667,272 population. 52% of military veterans said they were planning to vote to re-elect Trump.
Kolanagireddy also described meeting a woman who claimed that provisional illegal ballots were being backdated to make them legal, changing ballots labelled November 4 to November 2, making sure that information ended up with the Michigan State Party.
Kolanagireddy also saw the intimidation tactics used and employed to eject GOP Poll Challengers, saying “they were targeting Republicans” and noting that it was largely racially-based. When she tried to stop the ejections, they asked her why she was getting in the middle of the ejections and offered no legal basis for the removal of the legally permitted poll challengers and watchers. She says she was told, “you are on the wrong side.” She said every poll worker she encountered clearly hated Republicans, “they saw a friend in them [Democrats], and an enemy in us [Republicans].”
Kolanagireddy noted that the ACLU cooperated with the exclusion of GOP Poll Challengers and did nothing to preserve the integrity of the ballot counting process, assisting and aiding as Democrats flaunted the rules in order to remove legal observers from the process. Poll workers, according to Kolanagireddy, cheered when Republicans were ejected and not a single Democrat was ejected even though she observed them violating the same rules used to oust Republicans.
The Wayne County Clerk’s office was called for comment but were not in the office and have not responded. The ACLU of Michigan was also called for comment but did not answer.
Yet another backup:
The chairman of the Federal Election Commission Trey Trainor said on Friday voter fraud is taking place in states still counting ballots.
During a Friday appearance on Newsmax TV’s “National Report,” Trainor said locations not granting observers access to watch the ballot counting process could be involved in voter fraud.
Trainor told Newsmax what is obvious to anyone paying attention, “I do believe that there is voter fraud taking place in these places. Otherwise they would allow the observers to go in.”
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) November 11, 2020
Witness Barry Doherty has come forward to describe illegal internet connectivity of Detroit’s voter tabulation machines. Doherty has explained that this could have given outside parties the ability to affect the final tabulation count, and could also have given people outside real-time read on what the vote tabulations were.
Doherty is an expert in the field, having worked for Electronic Data Systems for many years, working specifically in computer networking. News of this scandal originally broke at the Epoch Times.
This could have let anyone looking to bring in illegal ballots later that night a very precise number of how many votes would be necessary to flip the final vote count. When polls closed at 8:00PM in Michigan on election night, President Trump was 300,000 votes ahead of Joe Biden, by the time Wayne County/Detroit finished reporting their vote tabulations the next day, the vote count flipped to Biden.
Others have independently come forward to describe 50-61 boxes of illegal ballots that arrived at around 3:30am after the 8:00pm deadline to receive legal ballots. The margin of victory for Joe Biden winning Michigan and its 16 electoral votes was found in Wayne County, and this facility was connected to the internet giving unknown third parties access to those tabulation machines in real time.
Witness Doherty explains that there’s a danger it was giving information to outside parties, but also that it was giving the opportunity for outside parties to alter the vote totals, saying that this security risk “opens up a plethora of doors about what could be going on, it could be used for all sorts of different reasons.”
Doherty and two others who saw this connection, former Michigan State Senator Patrick Colbeck and Phil O’Halleran, brought this to the attention of the person in charge at Cobo Hall, Daniel Baxter. According to Doherty, they were told to trust Baxter and that it was nothing. Baxter, according to Doherty, did not deny what they saw or explained it in any way.
A lawsuit filed by Colbeck and the Great Lakes Justice Center, includes these allegations and six affidavits of other witnesses, related to the witnessed voter fraud happening throughout Michigan.
Again according to Doherty, Baxter and an unnamed person serving as the chief technology person on-site advised them “not to touch anything” because Doherty suggested pulling the plug to the outside world and allowing the machines to remain networked, but not broadcasting to the outside.
“We were crawling on the floors to make sure we had a good idea of the cabling,” Doherty said. Yet they were repeatedly told by Detroit election officials that there was no connectivity in the room. Baxter said that there was no one who could explain what they were seeing.
“That connection had a connection to a transmitter closer to the ceiling, which had lights coming on and off, which from my experience working in technology for many years, that signalled to me that there was some sort kind of in and out data happening.” ….
Does anyone still believe the bipartisan american nazi establishment’s obsession with Trump has anything to do with racism? He said he intended to drain the swamp. He’s been telling people for years that he intends to bring down the pedophile blackmail operation which pretty much controls washington. It would take a billionaire’s private security detail to do what he’s managed to do (despite years of baseless investigations by the fake congress and fake media) without getting killed. Maybe he’s the real thing.
Watch Hillary’s face in this clip. She knows he knows. And she’s just the tip of the iceberg.
I see the original site is down. Perhaps their focus group couldn’t stop laughing.
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Untested AI software was used to verify mail-in ballot signatures in highly contested localities like Clark County, Nevada. The company that produces it has close ties to Lockheed Martin and Microsoft and its founder has a bone to pick with Donald Trump.
Though accusations of election fraud in the 2020 US presidential election have been swirling across social media and some news outlets for much of the past week, few have examined the role of a little known Silicon Valley company whose artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm was used to accept or reject ballots in highly contested states such as Nevada.
That company, Parascript, has long-standing cozy ties to defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin and tech giants including Microsoft, in addition to being a contractor to the US Postal Service. In addition, its founder, Stepan Pachikov, better known for cofounding the app Evernote in 2007, is a long-standing and 2020 donor to Democratic presidential candidates.
Parascript’s AI software was used during this election in at least eight states for matching signatures on ballot envelopes with those in government databases in order to “ease the workload of staff enforcing voter signature rules” resulting from the influx of mail-in ballots. Reuters, which reported on the use of the technology, asked the company to provide a list of counties and states using its software for the 2020 election. Parascript, however, declined to supply the list, replying, instead, that their clients “included 20 of the top 100 counties by registered voters.”
Despite not receiving the official list from Parascript, Reuters was able to compile its own partial list, which revealed that several counties in Florida, Colorado, Washington, and Utah, among others, utilized the AI software to determine the validity of ballots. Reuters also reported that Clark County, Nevada, which is one of the hotspots of litigation between the Trump and Biden campaigns and fraud allegations, was one that used the software. Reuters was able to determine how the software was used in some counties, with many counties allowing the software to approve anywhere from 20 to 75 percent of mail-in ballots as acceptable. For several counties included in the Reuters list,staff reviewed 1 percent or less of the AI software’s acceptances. Figures were not available for Clark County, Nevada.
Prior to the election, concerns were raised regarding the efficacy of AI signature-verification software for use on mail-in ballots. For instance, Kyle Wiggers, a journalist who covers AI for Venture Beat, noted that the accuracy of such systems is believed to vary between 74 and 96 percent. However, he also stated that “we don’t have benchmarks from the systems that are in use to verify signatures on these mail-in ballots. We basically have to go by what the manufacturers of the systems are telling us, which is that the systems are accurate.” Given that states and counties have relied on companies themselves for information on the accuracy of their algorithms, it becomes important to take a deeper look into Parascript, their partners, and their software…..