The Dominion President

Now that he really is President-Elect of the United State of Dominion, Biden better not turn his back on Harris.

Anyone making book on whether he makes it to inauguration?

And am I the only one that thought “Dominion” was a creepy name for an election system?

dominion:
law : supreme authority

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[UPDATE] I did NOT want to go there.

Really, I didn’t. But with what started in DC this afternoon, we may be going there.

The next few hours, and the National Guard response, will decide.

Remember, it only took four people.

Added, 5:30: Interesting. False flag op? The Capitol Viking Boy was photographed in the same get-up at an Arizona BLM protest in June. I was going to link to the Parler post, but it appears to have been deleted. Fortunately, I saved the image.

Added, 1/7/2021: More.

And more.

Uh huh.

Sheesh.

Facial recognition firm claims Antifa infiltrated Trump protesters who stormed Capitol
A retired military officer told The Washington Times that the firm XRVision used its software to do facial recognition of protesters and matched two Philadelphia Antifa members to two men inside the Senate.

Added, 1/7/2021, 12:15PM: XRVision denies the report.

Wednesday, December 37, 2020

Called it.

There were several reports of Dominion machines breaking down in heavily Republican precincts where the voters were told the elections officials will scan their ballots later.

And in one county, even that wasn’t an option. Would-be voters were not allowed to vote at all, but were told to come later. Tough shit if they can’t come back.

Poll observers in Fulton County on Tuesday were being blocked by barriers.

In violation of not only the law, but a specific-to-this-case consent decree.

Single individuals were scanning and adjudicating ballots without Republican observers at the World Congress Center.

-sigh-

Votes were being removed from Republican candidates live on air.

Thousands of votes at a time.

Several Democrat precincts just stopped counting last night as the Republican candidates pulled ahead.

Called that one, too. Stop, wait to see how many more Dem ballots you need to counter Rep ballots elsewhere, then “find” them.

Scandal-plagued DeKalb County had to rescan advance ballots in Georgia’s senate race because of a “memory card issue.”

Yep.

I also noticed that precincts reporting abruptly dropped from 79% to 76%. That would be precincts noticing Perdue’s numbers and realizing they needed to “find” some more Dem ballots; so they call in and say, “Oops, we aren’t finished after all.” In an honest election, once a precinct has declared they’ve finished, they stay finished. If they “find” more ballots, too bad; wait for an honest Secretary of State (which Georgia does not have) to call for a recount.

“New year,” same ol’ shit.

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Good God

I could talk about the Georgia run-offs, but that’s pretty much as I expected: Dominion scanners slectively nit working in Republican strongholds, observers blocked from viewing the process, dubious ballot adjudication by unsupervised/observed individuals, Democrat strongholds stopping the count in the middle of the night…

Same people with the same systems breaking the same laws.

But let’s talk about something else. ChinCOVID, COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2.

Start with this paper. Be warned it’s technical.

External peer review of the RTPCR test to detect SARS-CoV-2 reveals 10 major scientific flaws at the molecular and methodological level: consequences for false positive results.
This paper will show numerous serious flaws in the Corman-Drosten (C-D) paper, the significance of which has led to worldwide misdiagnosis of infections attributed to SARS-CoV-2 and associated with the disease COVID-19. We are confronted with stringent lockdowns which have destroyed many people’s lives and livelihoods, limited access to education and these imposed restrictions by governments around the world are a direct attack on people’s basic rights and their personal freedoms, resulting in collateral damage for entire economies on a global scale.

TL;DR: The Corman-Drosten paper being criticized is the basis of the RNA PCR test for ChinCOVID. And it’s BS.

I was very much aware of one major problem with the PCR test: a very high amplification cycle rate. The more you amplify, the more “noise” you amplify. More than 30 cycles is unusual for a PCR test. Specific research into the number of cycles for ChinCOVID has shown that samples that test positive at more than 30 cycles has no more than a 50:50 chance of being real. That is, a swab that tests positive at 30 cycles has a 50:50 chance of being successfully cultured. That’s even odds of a viable virus being present.

At 35 cycles 97% of the samples cannot be successfully cultured; there was no viable virus present.

The CDC recommends 40+ cycles.

That’s the problem I knew about. But read this paper, and you’ll see it’s fatally flawed.

The C-D test examines two genes for specific nucleotide combinations, allegedly specific to ChinCOVID. But the test was designed without access to an actual SARS-CoV-2 virus, live or otherwise. C-D assumed that it was the same family as the old SARS-CoV, and looks for one sequence from that. Then it looks for a second sequence that was published by the Chinese in a public database, which came from SARS-CoV-2.

But… there is a third gene, with a nucleotide sequence that has only been found in two beta-corona viruses: SARS-C0V and SARS-CoV-2. It’s perfect for excluding other betacoroanviruses, making the test definitively specific for SARS-CoV-2.

The ChinCOVID PCR test does not check for that specific third gene.

Turns out there are other problems with the described test protocol… as in the protocol isn’t really specified. Temperatures for reactions at different stages of the test aren’t specified. That will affect the accuracy. It doesn’t specify the number of amplification cycles.

Even C-D admitted their test generated a high number of false positives. They’d get a positive on a sample, retest it multiple times and keep getting negatives.

The C-D PCR test is bullshit. It will pop positive for most betacoronaviruses.

Interestingly, back in April — when everyone was scrambling for tests — a Florida researcher repurposed an old test for ChinCOVID. Dr. Lednicky very kindly took time away from his work to describe his test to me (because the “news” reporter so botched the description of it that I thought it was impossible for it to work). Dr. Lednicky described how he modified his existing test to look for the ChinCOVID-specific nucleotide sequence. And he mentioned that his previous test (it was designed to find new, unknown viral variants in the field) had a factor that excluded other known human betacoronaviruses.

Now that I know about the C-D test flaw, I’d bet that Dr. Lednicky’s “exclusion factor” is that very third gene that C-D doesn’t bother checking.

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Anyone Else Notice That?

Georgia Secretary of Scum Raffensperger had announced a press conference for yesterday, which most folks — including myself — took to mean that he was having a press conference.

Instead, he had Gabriel Sterling talk. Sterling “addressed” and dismissed all the video, emails, news reports, lies, photographs, sworn affidavits, expert analyses, et cetera that indicated widespread election fraud.

And that’s pretty damned odd. The Secretary of State is the person responsible for maintaining election int… int… election i… the semblance of integrity in state elections. Damn it; I can’t even say those two words together anymore.

It’s the SOS’s job to address irregularities. Sterling is the “voting system implementation manager.” His job only extends to the voting hardware/software. But he spoke, while Raffensperger remained silent.

If we had a functioning court system, I would suspect that Raffensperger was using Sterling so he wouldn’t be on public record as making those outrageous statements. But we don’t; the courts have been enabling election fraud in Georgia since the 2016 elections (at least). Raffensperger knows he has nothing to fear criminally or civilly in the courts. So why did he have Sterling tells the lies? He doesn’t fear official repercussions.

Personally, I think he does fear high-velocity lead ballots cast by rooftops voters, and wants Sterling to be the candidate, not himself.


Why do I say Sterling lied? Let’s bear it down. Normally I wouldn’t cite the New York Times, but for once they’re useful for something.

Late in the evening, after the water main break had been fixed, election workers prepared to go home for the night and followed standard procedures to store ballots securely: placing them in containers and affixing numbered seals. But when Mr. Raffensperger found out that they were closing up shop, he ordered them to continue counting through the night — so the workers retrieved the containers and resumed counting ballots.

I’ve watched much of the video. You do not see the workers securing the ballots and placing them under that table. And note that the “water main break” is back in the narrative. Several reporters and private citizens did records requests in an attempt to document that break of any other leaking pipe. The only thing they found was an over-flowing toilet/urinal (it’s been reported both ways) that morning.

When a scanning machine encounters a problem, it stops, but a few ballots get through while it’s stopping. When that happens, workers take the ballots and scan them again so they’re counted properly. This is standard procedure, and the ballots aren’t counted twice — and if they were, the hand recount Georgia conducted would have shown it.

No. When that happens, the worker must stop, go to the computer and tell it to discard that batch run, then start over. What we see in the video is two workers running the same ballots through without discarding between runs. If they’ve kept track of how many times they did it, all they have to do is throw out the appropriate number of Trump paper ballots. Ten recount numbers match.

Mr. Trump said that thousands of people voted despite not being registered to vote. This is impossible, Mr. Sterling said: “You can’t do it. There cannot be a ballot issued to you, there’s no way to tie it back to you, there’s nowhere for them to have a name to correspond back to unless they’re registered voters. So that number is zero.”

Someone should have told Sterling about provisional ballots. Georgia law specifically allows them, and you’ve got three days past election day to cure them.

Mr. Trump said that thousands of voters died before the election. Mr. Sterling said the secretary of state’s office had found only two who might fit that description.

As I recall, when Trump said thousands, he was speaking of all the swing states. And other people have found more than two in Georgia.

Mr. Trump said that hundreds of people voted using P.O. boxes rather than a residential address. Mr. Sterling said that the secretary of state’s office was still investigating, but that everyone it had examined so far had, in fact, used a proper residential address — just one for a multifamily residence or apartment building.

Outright lie, unless my town’s post office has been converted to an apartment building. There are three people in my town who listed P.O. boxes as “Apt.” #.

TRUMP’S CLAIM: That machines flipped votes, counting Trump ballots as Biden ones.

STERLING’S EXPLANATION: If this had happened, Mr. Sterling said, the hand recount would have shown it, and it did not show anything of the sort.

Funny that he doesn’t mention Coffee County, where they could not get the machine recount to match the original results.

Discussing allegations of hacking, he added that ballot machines and scanners aren’t connected to the internet. “Neither one has modems,” Mr. Sterling said. “It’s very hard to hack things without modems.”

Except that Dominion told Georgia that they do have wifi, and Jovan Pulitzer accessed a polling pad through it. During the ongoing run-off election. Live, during a senate hearing.

TRUMP’S CLAIM: That election officials did not properly verify signatures for mail-in ballots.

STERLING’S EXPLANATION: The secretary of state’s office brought in signature experts, who examined more than 15,000 mail-in ballot envelopes. They found potential problems with only two, and upon investigation, both ballots turned out to be legitimate.

They did not properly verify signatures during the election because Raffensperger signed a consent decree (that’s what a settlement agreement is, dumbshit) agreeing to not follow state law on verification. And how do we know the ballots that were in envelopes were the one counted. Reports say the Fulton County military mail-in envelopes were good, but a poll watcher says the ballots themselves were pristine, unfolded, and 90% Biden.

TRUMP’S CLAIM: That election officials shredded ballots.

STERLING’S EXPLANATION: “There is no shredding of ballots going on,” Mr. Sterling said with clear annoyance. “That’s not real. It’s not happening.”

Oddly enough. Non-state investigators have some of those non-existent ballots that went to the shedder.

Workers did shred secrecy envelopes: the blank envelopes that protect the privacy of a voter’s absentee ballot and go inside an outer envelope. It’s the outer envelope that voters have to sign, and election officials have kept those outer envelopes as required by law. The secrecy envelopes, however, “have no evidentiary value,” Mr. Sterling said, because by definition they have no identifying information on them.

The law still requires them to be maintained. If you can shred anything that doesn’t have “identifying information,” then you can shredd ballots.

STERLING’S EXPLANATION: “Pristine” ballots aren’t unusual, Mr. Sterling said. For instance, many military and overseas voters receive electronic ballots that they print out, complete and mail back. But these printed ballots aren’t the right size for scanners, so election workers have a standard process for transferring the votes to scannable ballots. A ballot that gets damaged and can’t be scanned may be transferred in the same way.

Then let’s see the original ballots that were sent in. Let’s compare them to the scanned ballots. Are the orginals 90% Biden?

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Ah, cronyism

Chattanooga COVID-19 vaccine administrators gave doses to close contacts hours after qualified citizens were turned away
Hamilton County officials say miscalculations led to late-evening vaccinations in the Tennessee Riverpark in Chattanooga on New Year’s Eve, long after people were turned away and told there were no more vaccines available.

There was a huge turnout, with long lines of cars waiting to access the park and many people being turned away.

According to WRCB, they acted on a tip and returned to Riverpark after dark to find cars leaving the property. The people in those vehicles told WRCB family members or friends who were helping to administer the vaccines called to tell them there were extra doses and they should come to receive a dose.

From what I’m hearing, they could come down here and get “vaccinated.” Rumor has it they’re having trouble giving it away in my county.

Understandable. Why would I get an experimental “vaccine” that 1) won’t confer immunity per Fauci, 2) has a very high rate of “Health Impact Events,” and 3) the IFR for my age group is only 0.010?

I don’t need it. Fauci says it doesn’t work. And it’s dangerous per the CDC.

Nope.

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FRAUD. Yes. Now What?

 

 

POST PRIMUM, RELIQUA SUNT LIBERO

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Weeks before the November election, I predicted that we would see the most fraudulent election in American history.

I was right.

The mainstream media tells us there’s no evidence of that. YES. THERE. IS.

Continue reading FRAUD. Yes. Now What?

Fulton County Destroys The Evidence

BREAKING BIG: Jovan Pulitzer says Georgia Called in Trucks to Get Rid of the Evidence in Fulton County He is Supposed to be Scanning! (VIDEO)
Pulitzer told Monica Matthews that as soon as he was tasked with auditing the Fulton County ballots trucks pulled up to the facility and the ballots were being loaded into the trucks and were being shredded.

Jovan Pulitzer: I’d like your permission of you and your fine audience that as I answer you that I have your permission to piss you off… The very minute that order went through and that order was followed, and all the legal notices were done, it didn’t even take four hours later where moving trucks with this stuff was backed up to those buildings trying to get rid of the evidence.

Lessee: destruction of evidence under subpoena, destruction of elections materials the law requires be stored for a couple of years, contempt of senate…

And… a quick news search shows no arrests, no charges, no investigation.

Happy New same ol’ Year.

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