Election Integrity-Move along?

This post was submitted by member Barbara Williams.

SC GOP: Nothing to see here.

Why am I still focused on events of the ‘voting’ conducted (perpetrated?) on or about 3 November 2020? Why do I refuse to give up the fight for election integrity and just move along to 2022?

It’s because I am fully convinced that We The People were played for fools at best, and at worst the victims of the crime of the century. We must find out exactly how it was done and take direct action to bring to justice those responsible. Failing that, we must get rid of the current methods of candidate ‘election’ and go primitive.

In November 2021, a year after the 2020 election, we had a school board ‘election’ here in Spartanburg County. Not only were voting machines used again, but the poll books appeared as electronic terminals. No more of those antiquated printed lists of registered voters, no sirree! Let’s speed things up and look up the names on the internet!

What? But haven’t we been told that there is no way the voting machines are connected to the internet?

What really happens at a polling place in SC.

On your phone, you can check for available internet connections wherever you are. Right? Most of the time in a school or a fire department polling place, the choices are innocuous. But those brand-new, oh so convenient little poll books are connected via hotspot to the net. Yes, they are. The way you can tell is that there is a network listed for SEC-SITES.

That network sets up a Local Area Network (LAN). Ostensibly the LAN is used only to transfer data, from voting machines set up at a precinct, to the router used to store that information. That would only hold true if everything were hard wired, with no wireless functionality.

If data is whizzing through the air, it can be intercepted by any 10 year old with a cell phone. Fact. All you’d have to do would be to access the SEC-SITES network. It can be done from the privacy of your car in the parking lot. Want to make sure a candidate wins? This is virtually undetectable.

What are election officials hiding?

When informed of this security breach, public and election officials bluster that it can’t happen here. None of our election machines are connected to the internet (wink, wink), Trump won in 2020, so we’re good. Right? Nothing to see here, move along, peasants.

Much is made of the Board of Elections claim that the voter rolls in SC are publicly available for inspection, even online. It’s also in our South Carolina Constitution. See Article 5, Registration Books and Lists of Electors, Section 7-5-410, Maintenance and inspection of official registration records. Of course. If all you want to do is to verify one registration, you simply need to provide the name, address, date of birth, and SSN. One at a time. And you can’t see anything except those fields before you fill them in. But you are free to investigate, peons. Knock yourselves out. Furthermore, if you want to analyze the entire voter roll database you must fork out $2500. Some states have no fee to acquire the voter roll database.

I submit to you that we haven’t had a fair election in over a generation, maybe further. The installation of these voting machines from hell simply made the steal easier. Why do you suppose the new motto of SCVotes is, ‘Every vote matters. Every vote counts.’? Presumably, they mean every Legal vote. But why not say that? And why would our GOP leaders insist that we should make it easier to vote, but harder to cheat? How soon are they going to implement the ‘harder to cheat’ part?

The unvarnished truth about voting in SC

All of these attitudes and actions, taken together, make it obvious that those currently in power (elected or not) have no intention of jeopardizing their power base. If you get a positive response from an official, promising to look into this serious problem, you won’t get any further action. That invisible stone wall is virtually impenetrable.  The SC GOP party line is, we need to “move forward.” They don’t want to acknowledge the 600 lb gorilla in the room.  We need to review and analyze what happened in 2020 to diagnose any potential issues and determine what we need to fix to ensure that no invalid votes are recorded.

There are few politicians in the entire state of South Carolina, who will commit to action on honest voting.  It seems as if they are in their own little world and they see things completely different than the rest of us. For the most part, we the people are on our own. Again.

What’s to be done to ensure voting integrity?

Perhaps a better question would be, what Can be done? The public is denied free access to the entire election database.  Why is that? Are they concerned that the dead people voting, multiple votes, the illegals, the phantom voters, and the vote switching would be found and corrected? Can’t have that, now.

The simplest, least expensive, most reliable thing to do is to shove those machines to the side and vote Amish. Paper ballots, marked by each eligible voter, with a copy for the said voter to prove his action. One day to vote. Minimize mail-in ballots. No electronics whatsoever. Count the ballots with any registered voters who care to observe. There should be an equal number of counters – Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Christian, MAGA, whatever. No exclusions. And total access.

Once the votes are counted, that’s it. No more of this ballot discovery in the closet, or someone’s van, to be added to the certified total until a Democrat or equivalent ‘wins.’

We The People have had enough of this nonsense. We deserve a full forensic audit to examine the paper ballots, machines, routers, tabulators, voter rolls, servers, etc. Given the egregious errors and fraud that have been found in other states, we want to ensure that SC doesn’t just do elections “mostly right” but that it does them professionally and legally.

The machines are flawed

“If the Vice President of sales for a voting machine company admitted on camera a fatal flaw in the machines that makes them susceptible to fraud before the county voted to spend millions of dollars to spend on new machines, don’t you think the public should be aware of that video of him admitting the flaw in the machines, don’t you think the news should cover that?”

Yes. That answer is always yes.

My response to Drew McKissick

SC GOP not supporting forensic audits: “We won’t stop.”

It was disheartening to find out that Drew McKissick and the SCGOP leadership didn’t support forensic audits in our state. We the people want to ensure that our votes count and yet our own party doesn’t seem to care. They want to “move on” from 2020 and push watered-down “election integrity” measures for the future. This does not reflect the pulse of the people.

To wit, a recent survey indicates that only 36% of Republicans think that elections are fair. Source (NPR/PBS Newshour Marist poll October 2021). In a CNN poll, 78% of Republicans believe Biden did not legitimately win enough votes to win the presidency, and one-third of all Americans believe that Biden won due to widespread fraud (Monmouth University poll).

We need to determine what went wrong in 2020 in every state. Even though our officials claim that in SC we “mostly did things right” that infers that there were some things that were “not quite right.” Even if there was a little bit of fraud, we have a problem. Every legitimate vote should count. Fraud vitiates everything. And it doesn’t matter whether or not it affects if Trump won or not in South Carolina. If my vote was stolen or messed with, I am rightfully angered.

What is more disconcerting is that our own Lexington GOP leaders didn’t support our vote and my efforts for a full forensic audit of 3 major counties. I worked hard with other contacts across the nation as along with other members of our Lexington GOP family to draft this resolution and pass it in other counties. It was approved unanimously by our ECs and yet our own representatives didn’t follow up with me, form the 5-person committee to provide recommendations or vote for moving forward with the resolution in the recent state GOP meeting. With friends like that, who needs enemies?

Make no mistake, the EFAC (Election Fraud and Audit Committee) team will continue to tirelessly work to investigate any form of maladministration of the election process in our state. Despite attempts to subvert our progress from other audit groups that popped up recently and even members from our own Lexington team, we will continue to work toward determining the truth. We are not moving on. We are focusing on what did go wrong in 2020 so that it never happens again. We can’t get rid of the election process issues unless we can fully diagnose the problems that exist.

Our machines and poll books are capable of connecting to the internet and did so in the 2020 election. Source: US Cybercommand

Our voter rolls are an unmitigated mess and need to be cleaned up—dead people and people who have moved years ago are still on the rolls.

The ES&S machines themselves were not certified since the testing laboratories that are supposed to conduct exhaustive studies on them did not follow the HAVA act of 2002 and EAC manual guidelines.

Our vote is not secure nor transparent as it moves through an opaque system and is transmitted overseas via a foreign-owned company (SCYTL).

Our vote is our voice and the EFAC team will not rest until we are certain that our vote truly counts and can be verified and that only those who are eligible to vote are voting.

Laura Scharr, EFAC team leader

Baby Steps…..The REIN act is a start but….

Over one year after the 2020 election, the people of South Carolina are still concerned that their vote didn’t possibly count. It doesn’t matter that Trump won our state. This isn’t about a particular party or who won an election, it is about the fact that we are suspicious of the election process that records, tabulates, and reports our votes. I think most of us can agree that something seemed very strange and wrong on election night and what transpired thereafter.

Legislators want to move forward to 2022 and to that end a bill called the REIN act (Restore Election Integrity Now) has been proposed by some courageous House members who want to make a difference. To their credit, they are looking to draft legislation that can be passed. We the people and particularly our group EFAC have been studying and analyzing the SC voter issues for over a year. We want an exhaustive study done of our elections here in SC so that we feel comfortable that our vote is indeed being counted.

Here are some additional issues that should be addressed with the REIN or other legislation:

Ballot security and verification of our vote are essential but the best way this can be accomplished is with paper ballots that are blockchain verified, watermarked, and can be then checked by the voter for accuracy.
Here is a great video on this topic by Arizona’s Mark Finchem:
(Note that this will also reduce the budget for elections as the cost is roughly around $.25/ballot as per the Arizona Election Integrity Project.)

Click here for a short 3-minute video: https://vimeo.com/561635300

Get rid of the machines. This was proposed by a number of IT experts including election expert Duncan Buell. Any electronic system is hackable. Full stop. Furthermore, we continue to verify that our machines have and can be connected to the internet.

Evaluate our voter roll registration and maintenance process. Unfortunately, the ERIC system is not doing an adequate job of cleaning our rolls.

While uniformity in the election process is necessary from a quality control standpoint, we also need to ensure that our state doesn’t centralize elections at the state level such that there is more control. Centralization can create too much power at the top with little oversight. Oversight is needed for accountability. This is why it is essential that the role of the SEC is evaluated as well as the impact of the judiciary on the election process.
For example, although the state supreme court ruled in favor of our AG regarding the use of witness signatures on absentee ballots, the verification of these signatures was not enforced. The SEC told the various county Board of Elections to not bother. Why would they do that?

The REIN bill calls for a forensic audit on 3 counties for the 2020 primaries and general elections but only calls for an evaluation of the witness signatures on the absentee ballots. What exactly will that entail? We have spoken to experts that did this analysis in Maricopa but were limited in their scope. This cannot happen here. In addition, the bill makes no mention of the paper ballots scanned by the machines or the machines themselves. We need to examine the machines, routers, and most importantly the program source codes, etc. to determine if and how these machines were possibly altered to manipulate vote counts. The Jason data from Edison showed our votes being flipped and reduced during the “counting.” This is disconcerting. We are happy to bring in expert Lisa Smith who did this analysis to review it with legislators or Laura Scharr can step through her summation of Lisa’s work.

One large concern about the REIN bill is who the committee of 7 is comprised of. This committee could be potentially be stacked with people who do not want to see transparency and disclosure of the election process. The selection of the committee members is crucial to a credible outcome of the results and the report. There should also be adequate input from ‘The People’ regarding the audit, how it is conducted, who is involved etc. We saw how Arizona was corrupted due to the involvement of people who are perhaps not willing to allow all of the evidence to be turned over nor the entire results to be provided to the public. It is essential that outside experts who are not biased be involved.

The fact that one committee member is appointed by the governor is also concerning as the SEC board members are appointed by him and under his purview so that could be a potential conflict of interest.

We understand that creating legislation is a messy process and like sausage-making requires many steps, ingredients and perhaps isn’t so pretty when observed in person. EFAC wishes to partner with these key legislators who care about the veracity of our vote so that we can create a process we are all confident about.

Main objections to a SC Forensic Audit

Addressing objections to a forensic study of our elections in South Carolina: 8 rebuttals

Here are the main objections we hear about why our state should not proceed with a full forensic audit.

  1. We were already audited. This argument is ridiculous as the SEC conducts only a small hand count of ballots post-election. Note that none of the national elections were audited in SC. For example, in Anderson County, the following races were audited.

Board of Education District 8, precinct Edgewood Station B

In Charleston, it was the Coroner and Lin Bennett’s race in her district. Doing a small hand-count of a few races where you will likely find nothing is not the way to conduct an audit. Why weren’t the major races audited?

  1. We (the GOP) need to stick together
  • The #1 issue with voters is voter integrity. In a recent Rasmussen survey 61.4% OF LIKELY VOTERS BELIEVE ELECTION INTEGRITY ISSUES AFFECTED THE OUTCOME OF THE 2020 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
  • Unfortunately, some of our GOP leaders and elected officials don’t understand the pulse of their electorate.  They aren’t “sticking” with us.
  • We are not going to vote if those machines are still in place. We need to feel like our vote counts and only a full forensic compliance study will do the trick.
  1. “We do elections right in South Carolina”

After months of extensive research, we have found substantial issues that are concerning

  • Based on our analysis of voter roll data we estimate that we have up to 200,000 voters and registrants that should not be on our rolls; note also that our absentee ballot signature were not checked.
Note how high the registrations are relative to the population particularly in the 25-44 and 65+. This number should be in the 60-70% range
  • Abbreviated pcap data shows vote flips across the board and they all occurred in Biden’s favor.
Vote flips in every county in SC
  • Seth Keshel’s heat map shows that we have counties that are highly suspicious for fraud.
The ten counties in red are what we want to focus on.

Look at the increase in votes for a candidate that didn’t campaign except from his basement and who is the least popular president in over a century. By the way, we would say the same thing if it was a Republican. We are agnostic and nonpartisan.

  1. The machines aren’t connected to the internet
  • We have information from US Cybercommand that shows that our computers were and can be connected to the internet. Data was moving to and from our state and over 66% of nation’s data went to China
Here is the final frame of the 3-minute video that shows data transfer from our counties to other destinations
  • Even air-gapped systems can be infiltrated via a “Stuxnet like” virus
  • Over 14,000 ES&S machines were sold with modems. In the Michigan forensic audit found a Telit modem in the motherboard unbeknownst to the county when they opened the motherboard.
  1. Trump won so why bother?

This is not about Trump.

It is not about R or D

It is about our vote. Our vote is our freedom and if we lose that we lose our country.

  1. Audits are too expensive. This is pork spending.
  • Our state took in over $5.3 M in Zuckerburg funds that subsidized our 2020 election.
  • $5M is a small price to pay to reassure the people that their vote truly counts and that our elected officials are elected and not selected. Note that we can’t get access to the machines and ballots unless our government funds the audit.
  1. We don’t need an audit, we need to canvass—canvassing is part of a study; we need time to fund and get the audit completed and we will run out of time in 10 months when the paper ballots are shredded. Furthermore, our resolution that we drafted for a forensice audit INCLUDES canvassing. In addition, it calls for 100% transparency so that We the People see the full report once it is finished.

  1. A question to leave you with. Who is behind the selection of officials? And Why?

Why do some pundits not want an audit?

This podcast by Jovan Pulitzer is a “must listen to.” It explains the issue with Dr. Frank and other “audit groups” who are not behind forensic audits. This is so puzzling to me. You are either for an audit or against it and if you are against it you are not on our side and shouldn’t put the word “audit” in the name of your group.

Begin with Election 2020

Why the people of South Carolina should care about our elections

Most of us know that future elections – including the most local – are basically useless until the Election 2020 mess is solved and remediated.

At this point, it’s less important to know who did it as opposed to how it was done. We have examples of the methods too. And by recognizing them (universal mail-in ballots, ballot harvesting, counterfeit ballots, ghost voters, duplicate ballots, corrupt officials) we can take action to limit and eliminate them.

Break the habit.

But before we can do all of that, as a state we must admit that we have a problem here. Think of a forensic study of our November 2020 election as an intervention in the addiction of greed. Yes, greed. Money and power. Not for us, the electorate. Rather, to indulge the uniparty ruling class. Just as substance abuse harms the abuser’s family, so does the rulers’ drive to control us harm South Carolina’s people. We pay for their fun.

Interventions are uncomfortable, and they reveal to the abuser his own destructive behavior. If he has a conscience, he can admit his wrongdoing and take steps to correct it. But he may have to be transported to rehab against his will.

So, now, what should be our first move? Demand a thorough forensic compliance study of our entire election process in South Carolina, beginning with November 2020.

What is a compliance study?

On the official election website of South Carolina, audits for every election are proudly touted. But closer inspection reveals that these ‘audits’ are simple recounts, to match the number of votes to the number of voters. This presupposes that each election is fair and honest.

People, we haven’t had a fair and honest election for over 20 years. Listen to Clint Curtis tell about being hired to rig elections. Just because President Trump won in SC, that just means that either it was planned, or he got a big enough landslide to overcome the voting machine algorithms.

Think of the basic difference between a simple audit and a forensic study in this way.

Look at the photo of a tray of ‘apples’. It appears that you have 16 edible apples. They’re all more or less the same shape, though some differ in color.

Count them. You have 16 apples. You can use your apples – or whatever — to make a pie, even if you have to make substitutions and have a different kind of pie. It can be compared to, ‘my candidate won, so it’s all good’. This is the countable, verifiable result of a simple audit. If you count correctly, you’ll always get the outcome you want.

Now examine them closely. You have 9 edible apples, 3 more with rotten spots, a tennis ball, an orange, a lemon, and a decorative marble egg. So, in reality, you have 9 apples. And you may even find a plastic one, in which case you end up with 8 apples. Is that enough to make your pie? Would that even be possible, with the apples you really have? Which candidates actually won?

This is the result of a compliance study, where you compare each ‘apple’ to the standard of ‘perfect, edible, genuine apple’.

Trump won, so what’s the problem?

It’s true, in South Carolina the results put Donald J. Trump in the win column for our state. But maybe the count would have been far more of an advantage in a fair fight. And what about the down-ballot results? Who really won their respective races? Maybe some NASCAR drivers would have something to say about dirty tactics and apparent finish line outcomes. This issue is a nonpartisan one. Citizens of all political affiliations should be concerned if a race was won through nefarious means and their vote was stolen.

All politics is local. And it goes all the way down to the precinct level. A forensic study of the ballots may reveal election rigging in every precinct of a county. Or just some. And that begs the question: Why is there such determined resistance to even the mention of an inspection of our voting system and votes? If there is nothing to hide and if our elections are open, honest, and properly conducted, what’s the harm in a study to reassure us that our individual vote really does count?

What should a compliance study of Election 2020 include?

The following information is adapted from the wording of a resolution demanding the complete forensic audit of select counties in South Carolina for the 2020 election–primarily Lexington, Greenville, and Horry as they were identified as being potentially fraudulent by Seth Keshel’s analysis. This resolution has been adopted by Lexington county and is being considered by additional counties as of this writing. Unfortunately, GOP leadership in some SC counties refuse to even entertain discussion in their county leadership meetings. Why is that?

A study should be public, live-streamed, available to poll watchers, candidates or candidate representatives of any party to witness. None of this business of pizza boxes covering the windows, or fake water main breaks. And the examination should include (but not be limited to):

All paper ballots (from the 2020 General Election and the pre-election system test ballots):
  • Kinematic forensic analysis (utilizing high speed, high definition, digital forensic police cameras, and optical character recognition) of paper ballots
  • Digital forensic analysis of ballot images both computer and human created, and any and all image codes,
  • Forensic analysis of the paper and the print system utilized
  • All possible ballots:
    • How many versions of ballots were there?
    • How many of each version could be counted?
    • How many of each version were counted?
    • How did the digital images of each affect the operation of the election equipment?
    • Was there any forensic variation within each ballot version?
    • Did the handling of ballots alter the effect of the ballot’s interaction with any election equipment?
The tabulator tapes:
  • Kinematic forensic analysis of the tabulator tapes
  • A forensic analysis of their correlation to the equipment used, the software and the paper ballots
  • The machines all equipment and software utilized before during and after the 2020 General Election:
  • Nationally recognized computer forensic analysts to find, extract, analyze and document all electronically stored information found on the counting/tabulator machines, pollbook machines, disability abled machines, routers, thumb drives, SOS laptops, and any other equipment not listed
  • Forensic and kinematic analysis of all equipment used
The networks:
  • Full forensic network, and packet analysis of all connectivity
  • Canvassing of precincts to measure rates of phantom and lost votes
  • Verification of the voter rolls

And all of the results and reports derived from them should be fully transparent and available to all citizens of South Carolina. According to our own state Constitution, Article 2, Sections 1 and 2:

Section 1

“All elections by the people shall be by secret ballot, but the ballots shall not be counted in secret. The right of suffrage, as regulated in this Constitution, shall be protected by laws regulating elections and prohibiting, under adequate penalties, all undue influence from power, bribery, tumult, or improper conduct.”

Section 2

“No power, civil or military, shall at any time interfere to prevent the free exercise of the right of suffrage in this State.”

Election officials claim that they already conducted audits after the election but apparently they only reviewed the smaller local races in the state and only small samples were hand-counted. From the Freedom of Information Act response that the we received from the SEC, it appears that there was no audit of the federal races!

We do not trust our elected officials.

That’s what this all comes down to. From the time we had electronic voting pushed on us, we haven’t had an honest election. Our own SC state director of the Election Commission (for 18 years!) worked for Unisys Corporation sales from 2000-2003. She was ‘responsible for public sector accounts in GA, SC and NC in the areas of justice and public safety, imaging, and environmental permitting.’ In 2001 Unisys jumped into voting systems with Microsoft and Dell. Guess they saw a great opportunity from the Bush v Gore hanging chad debacle: Hide the cheating electronically.
So, knowing that Marci Andino was responsible for sales to state agencies, and knowing that SC installed its first electronic voting machines around 2004, it’s logical to assume who engineered the sale. And why not hire that person to oversee the Palmetto State’s voting using that system? Makes sense, right? Especially since Andino sits on the ES&S advisory board. No conflict there. And now, she’s climbing the ladder again, resigning her position early to become director of the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center. That should inspire confidence.

Authored by Barbara Williams, Spartanburg county SC Safe Elections member

AZ audit continued… Where do we go from here?

The Maricopa County audit resulted in more questions than answers. There were numerous criminal acts that were committed and it appears that the Arizona AG is poised to indict those involved. The findings indicate that other states need to be evaluated. South Carolina should be particularly in the spotlight as data from our state was allegedly contained on demo hard drives.
Overall, there were 57,734 ballots with major issues that were identified as part of the audit reports.

To wit, according to Patrick Byrne:

  • The day before complying with the subpoena, Maricopa deleted > 1 million election files (each deletion carries 1 federal and state charge);
  • What remained did not reconcile;
    • 255,326 Early Votes have no provenance (they just “appeared”) and another 284,412 have digital images that have been corrupted (with no viable explanation for how that might have happened);
    • There are at least 57,734 ballots with sourcing that is illegal (they were mailed to someone who actually moved out of state 10 years ago, but were voted anyway);
    • There are over 17,000 ballots which are simply photocopies (which is unambiguously illegal);

There were 15 other felonies whose impact on the ballots is impossible to quantify

If we turn a blind eye to all that, Biden wins by 10,800 votes. But if we acknowledge these inconsistencies, we see that Trump won by at least 5 times the margin of victory.

From the Cyber Ninjas report,

• 27, 807 ballots cast from individuals who had moved prior to the election;
• 9,041 more mail ballots returned and recorded than the official number sent;
• 3,432 more ballots cast than the list of people who show as having cast a vote;
• 23,344 people voted via mail-in ballot even though they showed as having moved and no one with that last name shows as living at that address;

  • 2,600 excess duplicate ballots;
  • 2,382 people voted in person after having moved out of the county;
  • 5,047 voted in more than one county for up to 5,295 votes;
  • At least one batch of 50 ballots were tabulated twice;
  • 255,326 Early Votes show in the VM55 that do not have a corresponding EV33 entry;
  • 282 votes from deceased;
  • 393 with incomplete names

Furthermore, it was found that:

• The state did not use the paper that was recommended by manufacturers and that could not be properly verified.
• The ballot printers were not calibrated
• Machines were connected to the internet and cybersecurity protocols were not followed at all. There were no security patches to the operating system since the original purchase (2 years prior to the election) and no antivirus updates were performed since purchase.
• There was intentional overwriting of the files and security logs

We hope that the Arizona AG acts swiftly as this would mean that eventual decertification of the election and possibly create momentum for other states with similar issues to follow suit—think GA and Wisconsin.

cyber ninjas forensic audit maricopa county az 2020
The AZ audit is the beginning of nationwide audits

Based on the AZ audit findings, it is imperative that all other states move forward with a forensic audit. Here are just a few highlights from the audit report:

The cyber ninjas presentation had criminality all over it.

  • 1 million records were deleted 1 day prior to audit—this is a felony and each record is considered a separate charge of a federal crime carrying 1 year in jail and a fine; 16 people had the administration password which was the same so it was an “anonymous” login.
    • However, they were able to capture the visuals of the person or persons via video!!! NABBED
  • Up to 300,000 ballots in question due to phantom and lost voters (Liz Harris canvassing results)
  • Many of the ballots were received after the deadline
  • 284,412 ballot images were corrupt or missing
  • There were duplicate ballots, ballots received from deceased voters, etc.
  • 23,344 voted mail in and 2,382 voted in person even though they had moved from Maricopa
  • 5,047 voted in more than one county
  • Their paper ballots were fake; not one ballot was on vote secured paper; they only used non-vote secured paper for all of the ballots!!!! This was done to obscure the differences in the paper. These ballots are illegal.
  • The machines were not EAC certified!!!!! Software patches for the operating system as well as antivirus software were not installed since installation thus they were not complying with regulations. There is no way these machines would have been certified based on their lack of proper updates and protocol.
  • There were 2,592 more duplicates than original ballots
  • There were 9,041 more ballots returned by the voter than received
  • There appeared to be intentional churning of logs and overwriting data- that violates the 22-month federal rules for retention; all the data from the 2020 election appeared to be fully cleared
  • There were insufficient and grossly negligent if not intentional cybersecurity weaknesses
    • A universal password was used for admins and all users and this was not changed since the system installation
  • There were envelopes with blank signatures
  • Multiple ports allowed for interconnectivity


NOTE: SC voter data was found in their system suggesting that they were “borrowing” phantom voters from us to fill their system! Was there collusion across state lines?

Furthermore, the county refused to comply with subpoenas asking for routers, voter roll systems, provisional ballots, and undeliverable ballots.

What are the risks of not doing an audit in South Carolina?

Our rights have been violated and those who want to move on are essentially agreeing that the illegitimate rigged election was valid (your constituents know otherwise) and they are complicit with the following:

  • Thousands of illegals pouring into the border many with criminal backgrounds and communicable illnesses resulting in massive increases in human and drug trafficking as well as kids being abused
  • Large spending increases on pork laden bills that serve as vehicles for money laundering
  • Continued abuse of our children and as they are forced to wear masks in schools and neglect of parental rights and preferences
  • Forced vaccine mandates and digital tracing of identities
  • Confiscatory tax rates that will stifle the economy

All from not only an illegitimate president but now all races should be called into question from the 2020 election.

Will you be part of the problem by ushering in a new world order that creates a social credit score system, continued lockdowns and business closing, lost constitutional rights, or will you be part of the solution to returning our country to the principles it was founded on?

FAKE NEWS: The auditors counted the paper ballots and confirmed the total but just because the count is accurate doesn’t mean the election was legitimate. That statement by the press is misleading in that it does not mean that the ballots were authentic! This is where the media is being extremely misleading. If you count 5 twenty-dollar counterfeit bills you will think you have $100 but it doesn’t mean they are valid. The recount of fraudulent votes will always result in a proper recount.

Meeting the Experts

On August 21st our team met with our national experts who we have been working with to analyze the election data for our state. It was a great night which started with a speech from state senator Amanda Chase from Virginia who is fighting a trifecta of liberals and though outnumbered is using the power of We the people and affidavits to hold her state legislature accountable. Then Seth Keshel steps through his heat map and the surprising trends that suggest that Biden may not have been quite so popular in the 2020 election both in South Carolina and nationwide. Finally, Dr Frank shows how each county in South Carolina was highly correlated to his calculation of predicted ballots and how each county had the same key or equation that described the ballots cast by age. “That ain’t natural buddy!” We appreciate Captain K, Senator Chase and Dr. Frank’s time that they volunteered and for all the work they have done and continue to do for us. We look forward to seeing them back in the Palmetto state soon. See the full video below.