Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Vote-Fraud Whistleblower Reveals Five Methods Dems Use to Rig Elections

'If they knew how the sausage was made, they could fix it...'

A veteran vote-rigger caused ripples Saturday by offering up a detailed account of his methods for throwing the election in three different states.

The Democratic operative, who remained anonymous since the crime is considered a felony when enforced, said he had spent decades involved in vote-fraud on a grand scale, the New York Post reported.

“An election that is swayed by 500 votes, 1,000 votes—it can make a difference,” he said. “It could be enough to flip states.”

The former Bernie Sanders supporter said he was coming forward out of concern for the glaring security problems that could plunge the nation into chaos—or even civil war—if the outcome is disputed.

“This is a real thing,” he said.

“And there is going to be a f**king war coming Nov. 3 over this stuff,” he continued. “… If they knew how the sausage was made, they could fix it.”

Among the methods he outlined were producing counterfeit ballots using a photocopy machine and then collecting certified envelopes through ballot harvesting.

His team of operatives would use steam to unseal the glue and then replace the completed ballots with their counterfeit ones.

“Five minutes per ballot tops,” he said.

He also warned that sometimes postal workers could be recruited to conduct an inside job.

“You have a postman who is a rabid anti-Trump guy and he’s working in Bedminster or some Republican stronghold … He can take those [filled-out] ballots, and knowing 95% are going to a Republican, he can just throw those in the garbage,” said the person.

Other methods of committing fraud included:

  • Ballot harvesting from nursing homes
  • Impersonating voters in polling stations that did not require voter identification
  • Bribing voters in places like homeless shelters

Democrats have actively pushed to loosen voting restrictions on absentee ballots, with some blue states even sending ballots to every voter on their rolls.

Meanwhile, they have long fought efforts to update those rolls in the face of considerable evidence that thousands of votes are sent to the wrong address.

But even so, the statistics only tell a small part of the story for votes that are returned or discovered to be improperly cast.

They cannot account for districts where corruption reigns supreme where the bad-faith electioneering efforts of vote riggers succeed in swaying the outcome.

In addition to the perennially blue New Jersey and New York, the vote-rigger said he had previously worked on elections in Pennsylvania, a toss-up state that Trump won in 2016 that figures to play prominently in the 2020 calculus also.

“There is no race in New Jersey—from city council to United States Senate—that we haven’t worked on,” the tipster said.

Many were surprised when New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez won re-election despite a major ethics scandal that allegedly implicated him in a child-prostitute ring.

But much of the election-fixing work is done from the ground up at the grassroots level, said the whistleblower.

“I worked on a fire commissioner’s race in Burlington Count,” said the person. “The smaller the race, the easier it is to do.”

All have been the focus of major scandals involving vote fraud recently.

In Paterson, NJ, it was revealed that 20% of the mail-in ballots for a recent municipal race were fraudulent.

That forced a judge to nullify the results of a May special election, but even so New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy insisted that the state would go through with its plans for mostly mail-in ballots.

In Philadelphia, where suburban voters play a crucial role in deciding the outcome of the presidential race and congressional majority, federal officials uncovered a massive ballot-stuffing conspiracy in May.

And in New York, a judge tossed 84,000 mail-in votes for the June 23 presidential primary after determining they had been improperly filled out.

That was only after the threat of a lawsuit from the Bernie Sanders campaign forced the state elections board to reinstate the primary, which it had attempted to cancel altogether.

President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee have waged lawsuits in some instances, such as Nevada, after the state’s left-wing legislature attempted stealthily to overhaul the voting procedures.

Cook County, which surrounds Las Vegas, 223,000 primary ballots were found to have been sent to the wrong address.

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