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Written by: Diana West
Monday, December 14, 2020 11:13 AM 

Election News 40 is here.

Masses of breaking news all around. I am going to start today's necessarily fractional fraud round-up with excerpts from Sidney Powell's interview last night with Jan Jekielek because it is filled with equal parts wisdom, courage and key developments.

On her reaction to the Supreme Court dismissal of the Texas case:

I have a mixed reaction to it. I had some  concern over the standing of the states to raise the issues they were raising to begin with, but I  thought because it was a suit that the court had original jurisdiction of, the court would and  should take it, at least—to look at it and address  it more fully than they did. It has no effect on  our cases, because our plaintiffs are electors who have constitutional standing in the electors and  elections clause of the Constitution. So we will not have standing issues in the four cases that I  brought. The court really must address the merits.

Another case is also Lin  Wood's case out of Georgia, which is still before the court. And another case  out of Pennsylvania is also before the court. There might be a standing issue in one of  those, but between the multiple cases that are there right now someone has to have  standing. So one or more of those cases is going to have to be addressed on their  merits, or we don't have a Supreme Court.

Asked to clarify the legal concept of "standing":

Yes, to bring a case you have to be a party  that suffered an actual injury as a result of  the conduct that is being complained of.  So for example, the court was saying that Texas as a state doesn't have a particular  interest, particularly in how other states run their elections. But voters and electors  should definitely have standing to raise  claims of vote dilution. Because electors are  seated as a result of the vote. In fact, in  several states they have the same standing  as a candidate would have. By state law, they have rights and duties under their state  laws. And they have a special mention in the constitution as being constitutionally required  for the process of the Electoral College.

So I don't think there's any circumstance  under which any court can say an elector that we represent multiple of, in multiple states... In fact [in] Arizona, every single elector in the state joined  our suit. So we have standing for all of the claims that we have raised, beyond any doubt.

On election fraud in Georgia and beyond:

If we could even get 100,000 ballots of the last  100,000 ballots run in Georgia, for example, we could show by instant mechanical analysis  the difference in the ballots and the ink. We know that there were hundreds of thousands  of fraudulent ballots imported into the country, likely from China. We have video of some  coming across the border from Mexico. There's other information of ballots being  shipped from one state to another. In fact, there was a postal service driver,  I think, who was sent from New York  to Pennsylvania in the middle of the night  with a truckload of ballots that was then used to  "backfill" the vote count. It's absolutely absurd.  

We have more evidence coming in today of a massive  load of ballots, I think from Arizona to Georgia. So they had these warehouses of counterfeit  ballots in different parts of the country, apparently, and then shipped them in the  middle of the night as needed to backfill in the states where President Trump's  voters poured out in such great number that they broke the algorithm they had  pre-programmed in the computers for Dominion to create the fraud. That's why they  had to stop counting in five states.

And that's why it's absolutely absurd to say that  there wasn't voter fraud here. We have counterfeit ballots, we have dead people voting, and by the thousands, if not hundreds of thousands. There was something someone called "phantom voters." There were just more manner and means of fraud than any law abiding American citizen  could possibly imagine. It's stunning. It's absolutely stunning. They were so in our face with  it. And then to deny it is purely Machiavellian.

In discussing similarities among the four state election fraud cases before the Supreme Court -- from AZ, WI, MI & GA (see all four cases under "SCOTUS" here ) -- Powell raises an issue that has come to the fore today in breaking news out of Michigan, which I will discuss below: ballot "adjudication." 

They had this thing called  an adjudication system, where they could program the computer—even by their own manual they  explain this—they can program the computer to reject ballots for any number of reasons. 

We think that's what the whole sharpie thing was that happened in Arizona and another state  too—where if the vote was cast with a sharpie, the machine would automatically kick the vote  to an "adjudication file", they called it. (An early report on #Sharpiegate here.)

And then the people running the  machines, the computers, could simply take that whole adjudication file that had  hundreds of thousands of Trump votes in it, and drop it, trash it or flip it to Biden.  And that happened all across the board.

Another form of voting machine fraud:

Another way they did it  was to shave votes. The machine can weight the ballots. So they can give Biden votes a weight of 1.25 count, and Trump votes are reduced to a 0.75 count. So they flip 25 per cent of the votes  for Biden automatically, every vote count. 

Instead of a vote counting as one, which  is all a vote should ever count as—one man, one vote. That's our standard, long held rule;  the only way it can work in a democratic republic. And instead, if you voted for Biden, you got  a 1.25. If you voted for Trump, you got 0.75.  

We can see in some of the readouts, that's exactly what happened. You can go back, the mathematicians can go back and figure out the algorithm that was run, by precinct even.

On how long our elections have been manipulated by criminals:

This is  obviously not the first time this has happened. It's the first time it's happened on this  scale. But I've been given a massive quantity of data from California in 2016 that shows it  happened there—that Clinton did the same thing to Bernie Sanders there. I have a  witness who told me that they informed Bernie Sanders of all of it,  and instead of outing it, he sold out.

So the moneyed interests, the political  interests—the global power elites—have been doing this all around the world, wherever  they wanted to, for at least 15 or 20 years. Our own government has been involved in some of it.  It cuts across political lines. There are some Republicans, no doubt, who benefited from it, just  as Democrats have. They're all playing the game.

On why many courts have rejected election challenges to date:

Because the corruption goes deep and wide.  They have threatened people's lives, they have  threatened people's children. We have the very unusual car wreck that involved one of Kelly Loeffler's regional campaign workers in Atlanta,  just a few days around the time of our suit. ...

This lady has so much courage there is no political/media taboo she will not break. In this case, Powell is referring to the death by fiery crash of 20-year-old Harrison Deal on Friday, December 4.

It was a very unusual car wreck, indeed. Passer-by video showing a fireball and social media comments about an "explosion" conjured memories of the similarly "unusual car wreck" that killed journalist Michael Hastings a few years ago. In this case, young Deal was well connected in Georgia power circles as a former intern of Sen. David Perdue, a current campaign staffer for Sen. Kelly Loeffler, and close friend of the family of Gov. Brian Kemp, even said to have been dating the governor's daughter. His violent death came as Gov. Kemp was making decisions about how to deal with Georgia's rampant election fraud and on the day before President Trump came to the state to campaign for Perdue and Loeffler.


Powell is next asked about the Antrim County case in Michigan. The case isn't hers but the issues are shared in common.

I think the analysis that's going  to come from Michigan is going to prove exactly what we have been saying  was happening with these machines.   

Watch the full interview here.

I'm going to switch gears from Powell to that Michigan case, which has been galloping forward all day today (Monday).

Via Gateway Pundit, Patty Murray of the well-titled blog, 100 P/C Fed Up, has the dramatic though widely ignored but explosively significant story.

It all began on December 4, when 13th Circuit Court Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer actually granted permission to plaintiff "William Bailey and his team of IT experts to conduct a forensic study of the 16 Dominion voting machines, tabulators, thumb drives, related software, and the Clerk’s “master tabulator.”

Constitutional lawyer Matthew DePerno "was able to quickly assemble a team of seven highly trained forensic IT experts who agreed to arrive the next day (Saturday) to conduct the forensic examination."

The team was finished in just eight hours. 

DePerno's crooked legal brethren are not amused. It's all so gangland in Michigan it's hard to believe. 

This morning, Murray reports, after an emergency hearing, Judge Elsenheimer "granted permission to Attorney Matthew Deperno to release the findings from their forensic examination on 16 Dominion Voting machines in Antrim County, MI where thousands of votes flipped from President Trump to Joe Biden on November 3, 2020."

Here is their forensic report. Here is an excellent "thread" from Ivan quoting extracts and following thr story. 

The bottom line:

After the forensic examination of 16 Dominion Voting machines in Antrim, Co. MI, Allied Security Operations Group has concluded that the Dominion Voting machines were assigned a 68.05% error rate. DePerno explained that when ballots are put through the machine, a whopping 68.05% error rate means that 68.05% of the ballots are sent for bulk adjudication, which means they collect the ballots in a folder. “The ballots are sent somewhere where people in another location can change the vote,” DePerno explained.

Based on the Allied Security Operations report, Constitutional Attorney Matthew DePerno states: “we conclude that The Dominion Voting System should not be used in Michigan. We further conclude that the results of Antrim County should not have been certified.

To place these findings -- that the Dominion machines were "assigned" a 68.05 p/c error rate -- into perspective:

So, the error rate is not supposed to exceed .0008 p/c, but the forensic audit revealed that the 16 Dominion machines error rate was set at 68.05 p/c! You don't have to be a statistics genius to see that there's something wrong here. Looks like "bulk adjudication" in Antrim County equals bulk ballot stuffing since 68.05 p/c of the ballots cast were basically programmed to be fill-in-the-blanks.

But there's more. Stunningly, and how it can not be seditiously, Michigan Gov. Whitmer and other state officials today actually denied Trump electors from the state of Michigan entry into the Michigan State Capitol!

As Big League Politics explains, "other state officials" include Michigan GOP leaders! Who wants to bet they have Dominion voting machines to thank for their elections?

According to Amistad Project's Phillip Kline, former Kansas attorney general, Whitmer used "over 200 troops to guard the building."


This is unbelievable, but I'm going to be able to end the round-up with some good news out of Georgia. 

Michigan's corruptocrats were probably trying to prevent GOP electors in Michigan from doing the same thing that they were able to do in Georgia: preserve the president's pending election contest.

But they did it anyway!

More good GA news: 

Stay tuned!

Update: Apparently, today's news is even better than I thought!


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