Conspiracies, Including Vote Fraud and Showing Twitter Deletions

By now, consevatives who have been following predictions of what President Donald Trump would do before he left office to get rid of the swamp rats in Washington will know their accuracy.

I still remember my Oberlin College European History Professor Robert Neil telling students that conspiracies were impossible because communications were so bad in the times he was telling us about.

Now, not so much.

And, once I got involved in Illinois politics I found out plots and conspiracies are for real.

At any rate, yesterday I found a come-on for the article illustrated above in “Nieman Lab, The Daily Digest.”

The first paragraph tempted me to read the whole article:

The United States of America was founded on a conspiracy theory. In the lead-up to the War of Independence, revolutionaries argued that a tax on tea or stamps is not just a tax, but the opening gambit in a sinister plot of oppression. The signers of the Declaration of Independence were convinced — based on “a long train of abuses and usurpations” — that the king of Great Britain was conspiring to establish “an absolute Tyranny” over the colonies.

Nancy Rosenblum, retired from Harvard, points out our Declaration of Independence “is a written conspiracy theory.”

The article pooh-poohs vote fraud.

Somehow, I don’t remember such skepticism ater the 2004 election results in Ohio.

2004 Ohio vote fraud demonstration.

A friend who witnessed vote fraud in McHenry County‘s centralized counting room–using similar techniques as alleged today in the punch card er–gave me the 81-minute HBO special “Hackiong Democracy,” copyrighted in 2007, if I read the small print on the cover, correctly.

The domentary’s promotion reads,

The film the voting machine corporations don’t want you to see.

HACKING DEMOCRACY follows tenacious Seattle grandmother / investigator, Bev Harris, and her band of extraordinary citizen-activists as they set out to answer one simple question:  How does America count its votes? 

Proving America’s votes can be stolen without a trace culminates in a duel between the Diebold corporation’s voting machines and a computer hacker from Finland – with America’s democracy at stake.

(Access to the video can be found here or on YouTube below.

(One can read Wikipedia’s summary here.)

Although I believe the prime mover of the investigation chronicled by HBO was a Democrat from Seattle, that does not matter.

What matters is that she documented vote fraud committed by Diebold, a company which my friend found was bought by Dominion.

Democrats were in the streets demonstating in Ohio after the 2004 election in which George Bush beat John Kerry.

They most certainly believed there was vote fraud and they may have been right.

It’s OK if one does not believe vote fraud was massive enough to change the election results last year.

What is essential is that Americans believe their elections at honest.

Without that belief, our country is in big trouble.

An article in the Keltner Report from December 19, 2020, provides the most persuasive data to me that vote fraud appeared.

There are links throughout to Twitter posts which have been taken down.

All linked tweets have been disabled.

The one I was searching for was a graph that showed two lines described in this paragraph:

 We obtained data from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission showing the voting machines used by each county. Compare this graph with the same data, except this time limited to counties using Dominion. This time the majority of counties (78%) are ABOVE the prediction line. [graph now missing]

The county data filtered by voting machines shows us that candidate Biden over performed by approximately 5% on Dominion machines AND also by approximately 6% on Hart machines.

 In the Dominion/Hart machine counties, Biden performs above expectations 78% of the time. This is highly indicative (and 99.9% statistically significant) that result manipulation could be occurring with Dominion & Hart machines.

In this [now missing] graph, we see green dots represent votes from counties using Dominion/Hart machines. The green dots should overlay the blue dots in a similar, mixed up/random fashion. We do not see this. Instead, we see the green dots centered higher than the center of the blue dots.

To aid in this graphical analysis we added center lines for the Dominion/Hart counties and the “other machine” counties. The green centerline stays above the blue centerline – clearly indicating Biden continuously “outperforming” in Dominion/Hart counties.

The increases in votes occurred in hundreds of Dominion/Hart counties across the U.S. Again, it is important to understand, Biden “over-performed” in “democratic strongholds” – by the same amount he over-performed in “Trump” counties as long as these machines were used.

— Kanekoa (@KanekoaTheGreat) December 18, 2020


This indicates that some or all of the Dominion/Hart machines may have been programmed or manipulated to systematically add five plus percentage points to Biden’s actual vote count. Again, the statistical significance level of these results is above 99.9%.

— Kanekoa (@KanekoaTheGreat) December 18, 2000

In his article decrying conspiracies, Miller says there is no evidence of vote fraud.

I don’t know whether readers will consider the above evidence of Vote fraud or not, but were I in a position to study its conclusions closely, I would do so.


Conspiracies, Including Vote Fraud and Showing Twitter Deletions — 18 Comments

  1. I can’t think of many things more destructive of democracy than peddling unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud simply because one’s candidate of preference loses an election.

    If that becomes the norm, then January 6th becomes the norm.

    And that would be the end of democracy and the United States as we know them.

    Is that really where we want to take this country ?

    Is that the legacy we wish to leave to our posterity ?

  2. What we want is in-person voting with voter ID cards; voting on paper ballots only.

  3. Americans were not confident in a fair election process both before and after the 2020 Presidential Election. An NBC Poll in August of 2020 found the following:

    “Sixty-five percent of American adults who identify as a Republican or “lean Republican” are not confident in how the election will be held. That compares to 46 percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaners who aren’t feeling confident about November’s results. A majority of independents — 56 percent — also aren’t confident in the election being conducted fairly and equally.”

    Americans’ distrust and concerns were proven correct after numerous accounts of fraud and irregularities in a number of States surfaced after the Nov 3, 2020 election.

    There were extensive voting irregularities and fraud in many States in the 2020 presidential election including in Penn, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin and this included poll watchers being denied access to ballot counting. Others were asked to leave and then video cameras captured boxes of ballots being brought in and put into a counting machine. Nevada had extensive fraud.

    The following sworn testimony was read into the record at a U.S. Senate Hearing on Dec 16, 2020 regarding voting irregularities. Attorney Jesse Binnall of the Trump Campaign provided this sworn testimony, under penalty of perjury, per evidence uncovered in Nevada after extensive and thorough investigations:

    In early August, 2020, the Nevada Legislature rushed and hastily made drastic changes to the Nevada election law by adopting a Bill known as AB4. It authorized universal mail-in voting without sufficient safeguards to authenticate voters or to insure that only one ballot was sent to each qualified registered voter. Consequences of this included:

    42,000 people voted more than once.

    1,500 dead people voted.

    19,000 people voted even though they did not live in Nevada. This does not include military voters or student voters.

    8,000 people voted from non-existent addresses.

    15,000 votes were cast from commercial or vacant addresses.

    4,000 non-citizens voted.

  4. bred winner

    I must have overlooked something with regard to the post-election challenges.

    Could you please cite me to the court case, administrative proceeding or legislative hearing in which any of what you allege was proven ?

    I’d be interested in reviewing that.

  5. It’s all BS.

    Elections have been rigged for a long time.

    With digitalization, vote by mail, extended voting, early voting, etc., the ways to cheat are exponential.

    The only solution is the creation of ethnostates for safety and normalcy, decency and families.

  6. Bred don’t bother replying to the silliness of our baboon friend, innocent primate.

    He’s beyond education, reason or common sense, he’s a Marxist troll.

  7. “What we want is in-person voting with voter ID cards; voting on paper ballots only.”

    Only fair way to have an election.

    Signature matching is not good enough.

    We are pretty much the only country that doesn’t require ID to vote.

    What does that tell you?

  8. Florida Guy

    I’ve looked at those references.

    What do they have to do with the 2020 election ?

  9. Hmm. Interesting that Dominion Voting Systems would file defamation lawsuits against Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell if, in fact, there was any truth to the assertions of voter fraud connected to its voting machines (i.e., that its electronic voting machines changed votes for then President Donald Trump to votes for President Joe Biden).

    After all, by filing such suits Dominion is requiring itself to prove in court that such allegations were false, hardly a tactic which it would voluntarily elect if, in fact, it couldn’t prove such assertions were false.

    Why don’t we wait and see what happens.

  10. The point is that election machines have been fixed in the past.

    HBO thought it worth investigation.

    I think a similar investigation would be useful now.

    With people believing there are honest elections, government could become unstable.

  11. Cal Skinner

    Which, even if true, proves nothing about the present or the future.

    Why do people believe the nonsense about a stolen election in the face of overwhelming evidence ? Could it be that there are those who for whatever reasons disseminate and proclaim such falsehoods ? Talk about destabilizing democracy; nothing would be more destabilizing to a democracy than a losing political party or candidate crying foul every time an election is lost. That infects the very heart and soul of the democratic process with doubt and instability. And brings joy to those who wish America ill.

    Beliefs are one thing, but proof and truth are something else again. Ask George Orwell. I say, stand for truth, even when it hurts.

  12. Why would investigating the suspicions after the swearing in of Biden bother you?

    That’s what happened in 2004, as shown in the HBO video.

  13. Cal Skinner

    Because I don’t believe in starting investigations based solely upon what people believe without a shred of supportive evidence. For those who support an investigation, come forward with some tangible evidence of Dominion electronic voting machines being susceptible to hacking or changing votes. (By the way, that would be relatively easy to illustrate. An electronic voting machine is simply a computer. Computers can only perform functions dictated by a source code. All you have to do is have a software engineer analyze Dominion’s source code.)

    By the way, wasn’t that earlier documentary based upon some evidence that the voting machines investigated (not Dominion’s) were susceptible to being hacked ? Any evidence of that with regard to Dominion electronic voting machines ?

    And if it’s an investigation you crave, it seems Dominion is satisfying that craving by filing defamation suits against Rudy Guiliani and Sidney Powell. They’ll have a perfect forum (with discovery from Dominion, no less) to prove their assertions.

    As I’ve said before, let’s wait and see what the evidence shows.

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