Timothy Buchanan
America’s election system is a mess
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By Timothy Buchanan
December 18, 2020

It is manifestly true that peaceful people will tolerate increasing levels of crime and corruption until one day they rise up against it. United States citizens are rapidly reaching that point.

The notion defies reason, that a majority of otherwise-intelligent voters would willingly forsake their personal and public interests and elevate to the highest post in the land, a sullied, lack-luster career politician who could not attract followers if he was fleeing from a burning building.

Nevertheless, media pundits wasted no time anointing Joe Biden as president-elect, but saying a thing does not make it so. If anything remains of honor and integrity in America, the November election will be exposed as the most spectacular fraud scheme in U.S. history—not because President Trump prevails, but because truth is vindicated and the Republic remains intact.

History demonstrates that in peacetime or war, voting patterns do not make wild unexplainable swings from one election cycle to the next. Even the most aggressive voter registration campaigns cannot account for double digit gains nationally. Therefore, the absurd claim that 20 million more people voted for Joe Biden in 2020, than voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 does not pass a sniff test.

According to former CIA analyst Mathew Billings, President Trump won Virginia, Maine, and Rhode Island as well as all of the contested battleground states before questionable late-night practices altered the polling data. Statistical irregularities such as vote-counting pauses and tally reversals, combined with witness testimony and allegations of ballot-dumping are being thoroughly investigated. Video evidence of lax security practices and damning evidence of outright fraud in Georgia and elsewhere, have deprived the American people of the assurance that our elections are free, fair and honest.

Media personalities may dismiss voter fraud as an urban myth, but in Virginia, folks know otherwise. In fact, one of the first features that newcomers learn about Virginia elections is that dead people can still vote in them. The votes of the dead may have secured many past elections for Democrats, but election cheats now have additional resources—Dominion voting machines.

In this age of sophisticated cyber-attacks, Dominion voting machines are inherently insecure. No computer system that is connected to a network and thereby subject to outside data manipulation during an election, as Dominion systems routinely are, is safe or secure. Concurrent with challenges to the presidential election, disturbing problems are being discovered in Virginia.

The Committee for Election Integrity (C.E.I.) is a group of dedicated professionals who have volunteered to take on the task of discovery of illegal vote-altering, systematic ballot fraud, and blatant election law violations. The C.E.I. together with the Virginia Voters Alliance (V.V.A.), are working pro bono to close security gaps and establish public trust in state-run elections.

It is already abundantly clear that Virginia needs election transparency and strict adherence to established security protocols. Among other problems, election officials failed to maintain the required chain-of-custody for voting machines. Ballots were accepted that were not signature-verified. Fraudulent ballots were printed. Votes were shifted across precincts and non-citizens were registered and voted in Virginia.

Perhaps it’s just a coincidence that Dominion voting machines first appeared across the Commonwealth during the governorship of former Bill Clinton hatchet-man, Terry McAuliffe, and perhaps Jeffrey Epstein, overcome by guilt and grief, really did hang himself in jail. But the former is no more likely than the latter.

With so much at stake in our elections, a robust security philosophy must be applied that is appropriate to the risk. That begins with the precept that accuracy and integrity must be preeminent over accelerated returns and the right of media outlets and even the public, to obtain real-time results.

Suspicions are not proof of a crime and it will take time and tedious labor to gather and present the evidence of the multiple methods of election tampering employed last month. Some evidence will be lost as surely as Hillary Clinton’s emails, cell-phone, and Blackberry. But the corpses left behind during the theft of a national election cannot be buried deeply enough to prevent eventual detection. Determined investigators are already compiling the forensic proof that will unravel the coup attempt perpetrated against the American people.

The legal and political processes will run their respective courses. There will be wins and losses on both sides. We may learn that Senator Mark Warner and others did not win reelection after all. If so, many will be confused and dismayed. Some may turn violent. But if reasonable people will hold out for verifiable facts instead of accepting media misinformation—if we insist upon hard truth rather than settling for a soft swift lie, then the future will be peaceful, prosperous and stable for all citizens.

Inasmuch as America has been the home of many great patriots from whom we inherited this great land, we owe nothing less to their honor, to ourselves, and to one another, than to preserve it. In so doing, we obtain the right to call ourselves Americans.

© Timothy Buchanan

 

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Timothy Buchanan

Timothy Buchanan is a US Navy veteran, a former defense contractor and broadcast engineer. He's the author of two published books and a regular contributor to BarbWire.com. Timothy and his wife live among the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia.

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