US Instances of Voter Fraud (Megathread?) - Probably a good idea to have a thread on this given how often it's discussed and will continue to be discussed until November.

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In Nevada, A Corrupt Cash-For-Votes Scheme Is Hiding In Plain Sight

In tribal areas, Native American nonprofits illegally offered gift cards, electronics, and other 'prizes' in an effort to get out the vote—for Joe Biden.
NOVEMBER 18, 2020

It should surprise no one that Nevada has problems with election security and voter fraud, especially after the state mailed an absentee ballot to every registered voter this year whether he requested one or not, then received back more than eight times as many mail-in ballots as they did in 2016. That’s part of the reason Republicans in Nevada filed another lawsuit on Tuesday alleging widespread voter fraud and irregularities.
The mass mailing of unsolicited ballots is of course a recipe for fraud, even more so in a state where the voter rolls contain tens of thousands of people who haven’t voted or updated their records in more than a decade. This is how you get dead people voting, as we reported here at The Federalist and as Tucker Carlson noted last week.

But there’s another, less sensational but perhaps more consequential election scandal in Nevada that hasn’t yet made headlines, even though it’s been hiding in plain sight for weeks now. Under the guise of supposedly nonprofit, nonpartisan get-out-the-vote campaigns, Native American voter advocacy groups in Nevada handed out gift cards, electronics, clothing, and other items to voters in tribal areas, in many cases documenting the exchange of ballots for “prizes” on their own Facebook pages, sometimes even while wearing official Joe Biden campaign gear.
Simply put, this is illegal. Offering voters anything of value in exchange for their vote is a violation of federal election law, and in some cases punishable by up to two years in prison and as much as $10,000 in fines. That includes raffles, free food, free T-shirts, and so on.

The GOTV Effort In Nevada Was Blatantly Criminal​

Yet the Nevada Native Vote Project’s Facebook page contains post after post of voters receiving something of value in exchange for proof they cast a vote or handed over an absentee ballot. In one post, two men display $25 Visa gift cards they received after dropping off absentee ballots, presumably to someone who works for the Nevada Native Vote Project.

In another Facebook post, a spokeswoman for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Bethany Sam, appears on video inside a polling place offering T-shirts, stickers, jewelry, and thousands of dollars in gift cards to voters. Some of these items appear to be part of a raffle, which Sam says voters can enter in person or by emailing or texting a picture of their absentee ballot, while other items are offered to anyone who shows up in person and votes.
Sam appears in another video wearing a Biden-Harris campaign mask with the Biden campaign bus behind her, talking about how important Native votes are to “swing” Washoe County (Biden won the county, which includes Reno, by less than 12,000 votes). In another video, she tells viewers about “Biden swag” available at a GOTV event, along with free Biden cookies. All these videos appear on the official Facebook page of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony. (I called Sam to ask about this, and about the illegal raffles, but she never called me back.)
Raffling off gift cards—the equivalent of a cash giveaway—appears to have been widespread among Native American communities in Nevada. The Nevada Native Vote Project’s Facebook page lists dozens of gift card winners by name, all of them rewarded simply for their vote, as well as advertisements for the raffles and information on how to enter.

In addition to the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, other Native groups throughout Nevada—Elko Indian Colony, Walker River Paiute Tribe, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, Moapa Band of Paiute—hosted voter raffles of some sort, all of them sponsored by the Nevada Native Vote Project.
Others, like the Las Vegas Tribal Community, simply gave away “free stuff” to voters.

Following The (Taxpayer) Money​

All of this raises some fairly obvious questions. Where did all these gift cards and prizes come from? Who paid for them? How much “free stuff” was given away? Who’s really behind this so-called GOTV effort?
The Nevada Native Vote Project is a nonprofit group, and its voter advocacy is supposed to be nonpartisan and politically unbiased. Yet the group’s Facebook page includes a post from a group called Native Organizers Alliance about the importance of voting, “because we live in places of political upheaval where the rightwing operates quite openly.” The post includes a political map of Nevada and Wisconsin, with arrows pointing to blue, Democrat-voting areas that say, “Natives live here.”

Funding for the Nevada Native Vote Projects appears to come from an umbrella group called Native Vote that’s an initiative of the National Congress of American Indians, or NCAI. The connections between such groups are not always obvious, but the logo on the T-shirts the Nevada Native Vote Project was handing out at polling places is the same logo on the Native Vote website (see screenshots below).
So where does NCAI get its funding? From a lot of places, including Native tribal groups, charitable foundations, and major corporations. It also gets millions in funding from the federal government. More than a half-dozen government “partners” are listed on NCAI’s supporters page, including the Department of the Interior, Department of Agriculture, the Small Business Administration, and the Environmental Protection Agency, among others. In 2018, these federal agencies provided a total of more than $3 million to NCAI, according to the group’s own disclosures.
It’s unclear whether taxpayer dollars went directly into Native Vote’s GOTV efforts or to purchase gift cards and other “prizes” for Native American voters, but the NCAI logo does appear on Facebook posts advertising illegal Election Day cash raffles in Nevada.
What’s clear, however, is that the GOTV efforts of Native Vote aren’t nonpartisan. Native Vote and NCAI have partnered in the past with a Native advocacy group called Four Directions, jointly producing a voter guide in 2012 and last year partnering with Four Directions to co-host a presidential forum focused on Native American issues.

This year, back in January, Four Directions co-hosted a presidential forum in Las Vegas with Nevada Tribal Nations. The “donate” page for that forum, and indeed for Four Directions’ own website, goes through ActBlue, an online giving platform that funneled nearly $1.6 billion to Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms and has since become a powerful fundraising tool for Democratic campaigns and progressive organizations like Black Lives Matter.

This Is Widespread, And Corporate Media Won’t Report It​

There are about 60,000 eligible Native American voters in Nevada who make up about 3 percent of the state’s total voting population. That’s almost twice the current margin of Biden’s current lead over President Trump in Nevada. So the Native American vote really does matter, it could even be decisive. It therefore matters how many Native American votes were influenced by an illegal cash-for-votes scheme, especially if funding for it came from American taxpayers via the NCAI.
It also matters because this didn’t just happen in Nevada. Organizers there might have been more obvious about what they were doing, but there’s evidence that similar efforts, including gift card and electronics giveaways, were undertaken in Native communities in South Dakota, Arizona, Wisconsin, Washington, Michigan, Idaho, Minnesota, and Texas.
All of this coordinated illegal activity, clearly designed to churn out votes for Biden and Democrats in tribal areas all across the country, is completely out in the open. You don’t need special access or some secret source to find out about it. You just have be curious, look around, and report it.
Unfortunately, mainstream media outlets are not curious and refuse to report on any of this stuff. What’s described above is an egregious and totally transparent vote-buying scheme in Nevada that was likely undertaken on a similar scale across nearly a dozen other states, but you won’t read about it in The New York Times, or hear about it on CNN.
That’s not because the story is unimportant, but because, for the media establishment, it’s inconvenient. No wonder these groups didn’t try to hide what they were doing.
 

Kekky

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Woah, people I know are busy researching fraud by designated agents in multiple battleground states who handle absentee ballots for special circumstances, such as people in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, residential treatment centers, group homes, and shelters for abuse victims. This is definitely one that needs to be added.
Meanwhile Kumala:
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CWCchange

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Three weeks ago: "There's NO voter fraud (unless it's RUSSIA)."
Two weeks ago: "Voter fraud is RARE in our great safeguarded demuhcracy."
One week ago: "Any instances of voter fraud won't change the election results for Drumpf."
Now: "HURRY UP! AWW GAWD MUH TRANSITION SECURITY CLEARNACES!"
 

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Here's a good compilation of voter fraud with sources in the past. Even Republicans are not goody-two-shoes when it comes to voter fraud. If it can happen in the Republicans favor it can happen in the Democrats favor. It's a security risk of our democratic republic. If Biden wins legitimately, fine. Destroying ballots for Trump, duplicating ballots for Biden in the count, ballot harvesting, Non-citizens voting, dead people voting, people voting twice, and machine "malfunctions" are all here.
The "Trump Enslavement Syndrome" thread is toxic. A bunch of Hunter Avallone wannabes LARPing as if they have some sort of victory. Well, here's two compilations of past voter fraud and recent issues that I thought this thread would appreciate more than they would.
 

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This thread about the connection between Dominion and Smartmatic is extremely juicy:
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https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/292303741
https://archive.md/Gec7L

The whole thing is gold, but here's a tl;dr, courtesy of the OP:
>Dominion and Smartmatic share subsidiaries with each other despite claiming that they have zero business relation. CNN, MSNBC, Atlantic, ETC, have all repeated this claim of zero-relation, despite that fact that it is provably false.
>Smartmatic loves to intentionally hide who their real owners are, and launders money through a series of undetectable channels. This is NOT how an honest company operates. Ever.

>Smartmatic / Dominion is just as, if not more shady, than what Powell is accusing them as. US intelligence officers have been aware of this problem for decades, but still let a related company ( Dominion ) handle the US 2020 election.

>Everything Powell has stated about Chavez is true, and if you read other documents on wikileaks classified by the same source ( Robert Downes, Political Counselor ) this just further confirms everything.

Or if you need an even simpler TL;DR:

>Buckle the fuck up boys. Powell isn't bluffing, nor is she insane. It's fucking happening.
:popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:

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Interesting fact: the former COB of Smartmatic is part of Biden's transition team. The media has also been trying to muddy the waters about that. Debunking sites seem to be focusing on debunking claims similar to the truth in the hopes that people looking for info will get confused.

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Another example of "fact checkers" trying to bullshit people by sowing confusion:
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CNN doing the same:
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Super-Chevy454

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Interesting fact: the former COB of Smartmatic is part of Biden's transition team. The media has also been trying to muddy the waters about that. Debunking sites seem to be focusing on debunking claims similar to the truth in the hopes that people looking for info will get confused.

I think the debunking sites might have the opposite effect; it'll add more fuel to the Streisand effect.
 

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This thread about the connection between Dominion and Smartmatic is pretty juicy:
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https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/292303741
https://archive.md/Gec7L

tl;dr, courtesy of the OP:

:popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:

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Interesting fact: the former COB of Smartmatic is part of Biden's transition team. The media has also been trying to muddy the waters about that. Debunking sites seem to be focusing on debunking claims similar to the truth in the hopes that people looking for info will get confused.

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Never let them forget
 

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I think the debunking sites might have the opposite effect; it'll add more fuel to the Streisand effect.
I'm perfectly fine with debunking sites when said sites actually debunk. Very often Snopes/etc puts one issue in the headline and argues on behalf of a totally different premise.

I like this recent debunk of the Benford's Law flag because he works through the math, demonstrates real-life scenarios where flags existed, and cites the 2011 paper on Benford's Law that discourages using it for elections because the numbers don't vary enough. All of that satisfied me with actual logic.

Snopes, on the other hand, has a massive political bent to protect its pet leftist causes. Sites like Snopes know that people are very, very dumb and will not read beyond the first couple paragraphs. Here's one example that I chose because Rudy Guiliani was the prosecutor for the case. I'm leaving a lot out to make the concise point of Snope's poor framing.
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She was wanted on way more than she was convicted for but most charges were dropped because she had already been sentenced to 58 years.
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The article explains that the technical legal definition of domestic terrorist did not exist at that specific point in time, and then goes on to call her a domestic terrorist in everything but the strictest sense.
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We went from "Terrorism is just sort of in the eye of the beholder you guys"

to "oh yeah, Susan was involved in lots of violent political acts, including some where people died"

to ending on "well, we know Susan's a terrorist but she's not LITERALLY a terrorist."

Meanwhile, let's check in on the activities of the group this not-a-terrorist-but-actually-a-terrorist is involved with:
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Oh.

tl;dr
Snopes is trash.
 

Super-Chevy454

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I'm perfectly fine with debunking sites when said sites actually debunk. Very often Snopes/etc puts one issue in the headline and argues on behalf of a totally different premise.
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Snopes, on the other hand, has a massive political bent to protect its pet leftist causes. Sites like Snopes know that people are very, very dumb and will not read beyond the first couple paragraphs. Here's one example that I chose because Rudy Guiliani was the prosecutor for the case. I'm leaving a lot out to make the concise point of Snope's poor framing.

Oh.

tl;dr
Snopes is trash.

Unless I'm totally wrong but I have a bad feeling then Snopes have gived a bad reputation to almost all debunking sites unfortunately.
 

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Here's some stuff about a likely hacking incident from years ago:
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I suggest reading the entire articles because they are very juicy indeed, but here's some excerpts if you're feeling lazy:
Lamb, who is an expert witness for the plaintiffs, uncovered the anomalies in an investigation for the plaintiffs. The allegation about the server, first reported, months before the 2016 election, Lamb discovered that the KSU server was improperly secured so that anyone could access sensitive election data stored on it, and it also had an unpatched vulnerability in so-called Drupal software the server used, which would have allowed attackers to take control of the server and alter or delete data on it, or to post malware that could have infected the computers of election officials accessing the server.
Logan made the discovery by chance when he visited the Center for Election Systems website to learn more about their role in programming voting machines for Georgia.
After the POLITICO story published in June 2017, the plaintiffs filed their lawsuit and sought to obtain the server for evidence supporting their contention that Georgia’s election systems are not secure and could have been tampered with in the 2016 election.

But officials at Kennesaw wiped the server clean shortly after the plaintiffs filed their suit. The FBI had a mirror image of the server, which had been made in March 2017, but state officials fought to prevent the plaintiffs from obtaining it to examine. They lost that fight last year.
Only recently was Lamb able to examine the server for evidence of tampering. In his affidavit, Lamb said the server appears to have been compromised in December 2014, using an unpatched vulnerability called “Shellshock” that had been publicly revealed and widely reported three months earlier.
Although a log on the server shows some of the alleged intruder’s activity on it, there are signs the intruder may have deleted important information from the log, preventing Lamb from viewing everything that occurred.
A different log on the server that recorded access to the server’s content-management system — the software the Center used to publish files and content on the Center’s website for election officials to access — also thwarted Lamb’s investigation because he had access to records going back to only Nov. 10, 2016, a few days after the 2016 election. This prevented him from seeing who might have accessed the content-management system prior to that date or altered its contents.

Lamb suggests in his court document that the logs were deleted intentionally and this was done for suspicious reasons.
“I can think of no legitimate reason why records from that critical period of time should have been deleted,” he wrote.
“The long unpatched software, unusual username, potentially modified command history, and near immediate patching of the Shellshock bug are all strong pieces of evidence that an outside attacker gained access to the KSU server by exploiting the Shellshock bug,” he wrote. Further investigation would need to be done to confirm this, he noted.

In other news, the Colorado secretary of state was deleting information about Dominion voting systems yesterday. Nobody knows why.
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https://twitter.com/CodeMonkeyZ/status/1330362078368960512
https://archive.md/fFhz6
https://web.archive.org/web/2020111...gSystems/files/2015/projectPlans/Dominion.pdf
 
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Super-Chevy454

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If the Colorado secretary of state want to prove then they have nothing to hide, it's not a wise move.

Meanwhile timcast talk of a lawsuit launched in PA about mail in voting.
 

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Meanwhile timcast talk of a lawsuit launched in PA about mail in voting.

They had two and a half weeks to file this, but they literally filed on the weekend, two days before the vote is certified. Zero chance a judge will give a shit, especially when many of the underlying claims have already failed in litigation. It’s a complete lolsuit.

Edit - they actually had way more than two and a half weeks to file this. If they had concerns about mail-in voting, then they should have filed suit before the election. You don’t get to sue over an election after it happens because you don’t like the results in order to complain about something you knew about for months. This will be virtually auto-dismissed.
 
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I'm gonna dump interesting information about Dominion in this thread, even if there's no smoking gun. I'm loving how this IRL detective novel is developing and I'm sure I'm not alone. :heart-full:

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Whether or not this election was fraudulent, I think we can all agree that Dominion is bad news and requires further investigation.

List of potentially interesting 4chan research threads:
 
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By the asinine notion being bandied about that election fraud doesn't exist/can't happen in today's day and age/there's no evidence of any real voter fraud
It can happen, most agree that it possible. That is not the same as a stolen Election and lets face it you and the rest are only this unhappy because the faggot who lost was your faggot.
 

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Three weeks ago: "There's NO voter fraud (unless it's RUSSIA)."
Two weeks ago: "Voter fraud is RARE in our great safeguarded demuhcracy."
One week ago: "Any instances of voter fraud won't change the election results for Drumpf."
Now: "HURRY UP! AWW GAWD MUH TRANSITION SECURITY CLEARNACES!"
It's amazing what you can accomplish once you cremate care.
 

Super-Chevy454

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We got to give some kudos to the guy who uploaded that video back in 2006, archive it before Youtube delete it.
November 23, 2020

Guess who warned about Smartmatic’s Venezuela ties in 2006!​

By Thomas Lifson
Perhaps the most dogmatic Trump-hating network of all was very concerned about Venezuela corrupting our elections via Smartmatic voting machines. Yes, CNN!
Watch this report from CNN, hosted by Lou Dobbs in his pre-FBN career, and reported by Kitty Pilgrim, who was always, in my view, a straight shooter. The report raises the question: why should U.S. elections be subject to manipulation by a foreign country, Venezuela, a country that is totally hostile?
The video is four and a half minutes long, and the picture quality is not good, but it is compelling television in light of claims being made now about Dominion and Smartmaic.
 

Wy4M

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The pdf file is available again and they redacted all names. I guess everybody knows now why.

Attached the original and the redacted version of the pdf file.
I added 2 pages for reference.
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- Link to the file: https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/files/2015/projectPlans/Dominion.pdf
- Link to archive: https://web.archive.org/web/*/https...gSystems/files/2015/projectPlans/Dominion.pdf

fyi - on below screenshot you can see how many times this pdf file was archived in 2020.
If a date is encircled in blue then it means the file was present; orange means file was not present and green means redirect to another page; usually this is to a 404 File Not Found page, see it
as an upgraded orange circle ;)
You can see that on Nov 19 the file was still present and on Nov 21 is was not present anymore. So between 19 and 21 Nov it was deleted.
On Nov 22 at 7:28 it was still not present. On 23:05 it was back online again (between 7:29 and 23:05)

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You can also track changes of a file and you can clearly see when it was changed:
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