Questions were asked last night on Twitter when the latest events happened why only the three counties, and why Fulton County was not included. My guess is that the Plaintiffs are only seeking to preserve enough evidence to make their case and that the three counties singled out were the ones where the expert forensic analysis has shown the most questionable instances of activity on November 3 and 4 while the election results were being tallied through the Dominion system. Not only do they want to inspect any data that remains on the machines, I expect that the experts will use the machines to demonstrate how they believe the vote totals were altered in ways that were not apparent or easily detectable by audit given the architecture of the software.If they can convince Judge Batten that they are likely to prevail on the merits of their fraud claim at trial, that would — for the most part — justify the entry of a preliminary injunction preventing Georgia from naming Electors for Joe Biden.
Monday, November 30, 2020
Links To Good Election Challenge Updates
It's hard to keep up with everything that's going on, so here are three worthwhile links (plus one, following). I selected these--all from TGP--because they point to significant issues that highlight the strong likelihood of fraud. The final link features a Georgia legal strategy quote from Shipwreckedcrew.
That would definitely be a clue. And in addition to those 17K+ voters, he found an additional nearly 58K voters who voted in counties other than the one where their listed address is located. And of that 58K 75% did NOT vote in person. What a surprise! And as for the 17K+ batch, these were to non-military addresses and 89% were over the age of 25--so presumably not students.
I'm including this link because it highlights what others have suggested was a regular technique for transferring votes to Biden more or less 'under the radar': awarding votes to Libertarian loser Jo Jorgenson and then siphoning all or almost all of those votes off to Biden.
This final link includes a really very good video presentation that was featured at the hearings in AZ.
The title is, of course, self explanatory, but Waldron gives a very articulate explanation of it all. He also talks about the overall almost total lack of security when these Dominion machines are connected to the internet. Which they were--that's how Waldron was able to confirm the traffic between Dominion and Frankfurt.
Now, commenters have been wondering about what in the world has been going on down in Georgia with Sidney Powell's case--back and forth orders re freezing and unfreezing Dominion machines, and then finally freezing them in three counties. You can get a thorough rundown on it all from Shipwreckedcrew here:
However, if you're looking for the short version of the legal strategy that Powell is following, it comes in the final paragraphs. As SWC notes, this is all relatively typical of what goes on when attorneys are seeking temporary restraining orders (TROs):