In recent days, I have reported how Dominion Voting Systems was built to allow cheating. I have also noted that Coffee County, Georgia, which uses these machines, has refused to certify its election results because of their lack of confidence in the final count.
The two videos below were filmed by a Georgia county election supervisor. They show Coffee County Elections Director Misty Martin demonstrating how easy it is for a dishonest election official to employ the security loopholes (which are features, not bugs) within Dominion’s adjudication process to eliminate or add votes.
In the first video, Martin walks us through Dominion’s adjudication process, which involves an election supervisor analyzing scanned ballots. The process is meant to put a human eye on ballots that the machine couldn’t figure out.
Martin shows how the software allows one person to easily process any ballot however he or she sees fit. Votes for one candidate can be eliminated or even turned into votes for another with a few clicks. And blank ballots can be counted as votes for any candidate.
In the second video, the camera is taken varying distances away from the computer, demonstrating how difficult it is for observers to see exactly what the adjudicator is doing.
Martin also demonstrates what a cinch it is for one person, secreted behind closed doors, to scan BLANK ballots and then adjudicate them as votes for a particular candidate. She also demonstrates that the software has NO PROBLEM scanning the same ballot multiple times, which is something that at least one election observer says she saw happening.
Gabriel Sterling, Georgia’s voting systems implementation manager, criticized Martin’s demonstration, noting that the adjudication process is supposed to be performed in the presence of a full voter review panel with the system logging the changes and showing who made them for later review.
“It’s a little disingenuous to say, ‘Oh, it’s a massive hole in the system.’ No, it’s how the system is supposed to work.”
BUT … it’s a LOT disingenuous to say the very problems that people have filed HUNDREDS of affidavits about couldn’t POSSIBLY have happened.
Republican observers in many of the disputed areas have complained they were kept too far away to see what was really happening and in some places were literally driven out of the building. And at least one election workers has testified that she saw the same ballots being scanned in multiple times.
The number of ballots sent through the adjudication process was significant. In Fulton County, Georgia’s most populous county, 106,000 ballots were adjudicated by the night of Nov. 4.
COVID-19: Ivermectin works [10:10] – A highly respected leader in the care of coronavirus patients delivered passionate testimony during the recent Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing. He has been part of a group of physicians who looked hard for existing drugs that work on this disease. (Kinda stinks of Big Pharma profits, doesn’t it?)
He says the government recommendations have focused entirely on new, untested drugs, while dismissing existing, well-tested drugs. Four large trials have proven that “Ivermectin is effective as a prophylactic and as a treatment. … It is proving to be a wonder drug. … It is an immensely powerful anti-viral and anti-inflammatory drug. … Any further deaths will be needless deaths.”
MEDIA MALPRACTICE: [12:00] – Tucker Carlson reports on the infuriating suppression the Left Stream Media practiced during the run up to Election Day. Specifically, they totally suppressed the Hunter Biden story.
TEXAS: In its suit against four battleground states, Texas presents three constitutional challenges to the Supreme Court. One is that these states violated the Constitution’s Elector Clause when they allowed non-legislative alterations to their voting procedures. Two is that these states violated the Equal Protection Clause when they applied differing standards to the legality of votes. Three is that these states violated the Due Process Clause when their irregular election practices reached “the point of patent and fundamental unfairness.”
The remedy Texas seeks is for the Supreme Court to mandate that the defendant states comply with the Constitution, and that means that electors are selected by the states’ legislatures. Texas makes this point clear, stressing: “Plaintiff State does not ask this Court to decide who won the election; they only ask that the Court enjoin the clear violations of the Electors Clause of the Constitution.”
GRAMMY NOTES: Continuing with Mama Buzz’s peg doll saints – When Maximilian Kolbe was 12, the Mother of God appeared to him. He asked her what would become of him. She showed him holding two crowns, one white, the other red. She asked if he was willing to accept either of these crowns. The white one meant that I should persevere in purity, and the red that I should become a martyr. “I said that I would accept them both.”
He joined the Conventual Franciscans and was ordained a priest in 1918. He earned two doctorates, one in philosophy at age 21 and the other in theology at age 28. He promoted devotion to Mary throughout Poland and founded monasteries in both Japan and India. To this day, the monastery in Japan remains prominent in the Roman Catholic Church in Japan.
When Germany invaded, Kolbe remained in the monastery where he opened up a temporary hospital to aid those in need and provided shelter for refugees, including 2,000 Jews. On February 17, 1941, the monastery was shut down; Kolbe was arrested by the German Gestapo and taken to the Pawiak prison. Three months later, he was transferred to Auschwitz.
Never abandoning his priesthood, Kolbe was the victim to severe violence and harassment. Toward the end of his second month in Auschwitz, men were chosen to face death by starvation to warn against escapes. Kolbe was not chosen but volunteered to take the place of a man with a family. This man survived the war and was present at the ceremonies when Kolbe was beatified and then canonized.
It is said during the last days of his life Kolbe led prayers to Our Lady with the prisoners and remained calm. He was the last of the group to remain alive, after two weeks of dehydration and starvation. The guards gave him a lethal injection of carbolic acid. The stories tell that he raised his left arm and calmly awaited death.
The miracles that were used to confirm his beatification were the July 1948 cure of intestinal tuberculosis in Angela Testoni, and in August 1950, the cure of calcification of the arteries/sclerosis of Francis Ranier; both attributed to Kolbe’s intercession by their prayers to him.