Happy Chinese New Year to Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-CA)! And a regular Happy New Year to everyone else. Since it’s a festive time of year, we also want to send a hearty congratulations to Kamala Harris (D-CA) now that she has started serving a new session in the United States Senate for some reason. We are entering one of the most important historic weeks for America that we have seen in any of our lifetimes – and this week could define our nation for decades to come. So, I thought it was worth reviewing something that Donald Trump said back when the vote fraud first happened.
Trump has said from the very beginning that if there is an audit of the votes and it shows that Joe Biden clearly, fairly and openly won 80 million votes, he would concede that very day.
Not a count or a recount of the votes. An audit.
This seems like the easiest challenge in the world, which the Democrats should have eagerly jumped at. After all, the Democrats and the media have been in full “Get Trump” mode for more than four years.
They’ve wanted to be rid of Trump so badly that they had the FBI spying on him before he had even defeated Crooked Hillary in 2016. (I’ve suspected all along that they were spying on him even before he won the nomination that year.) They cooked up the Russian collusion hoax to try to take him out. They impeached him over a phone call.
No trick was too dirty and no conspiracy theory about Trump was too kooky. They would have done anything imaginable to get rid of him. It seems like an audit would have been the simplest thing in the world and then they’d all be able to sleep at night once again.
Simply audit the votes in the swing states and you’re rid of him, Democrats! It’s like the best Christmas ever! Go for it!
And yet… looking closely at the ballots is the absolute last thing that anyone on the left wants to do.
If you’ve taken a break from politics for the past two weeks (and no one could blame you if you did), then you likely missed the testimony of Jovan Pulitzer before the Georgia legislature last week. It was truly electric.
Mr. Pulitzer is a very sharp cookie. He invented the Q-codes that your smartphone scans and which are ubiquitous in nearly every country in the world. If you’ve ever checked in at an airport using your phone instead of an old-fashioned paper boarding pass, you’ve used Mr. Pulitzer’s technology, even if you don’t know who he is.
Pulitzer’s firm is asking for the right to conduct an audit of the paper ballots used in Georgia’s election. The evidence he presented to the Georgia legislature was nothing short of incredible. He showed the lawmakers mail-in ballots that were sent to Republican voters versus ballots sent to Democrat voters and asked some straightforward questions.
Why did Republican ballots in Georgia have a clearly visible bar code in the top right corner – while ballots sent to Democrat voters do not have a bar code on them?
That’s a hell of a question.
Why are the scan code lines surrounding the mail-in ballots out-of-sync on Republican ballots, but perfectly lined up on Democrat ballots? (Answer: So the counting machine would be unable to read ballots from Republican voters and would spit them back out to be adjudicated.)
For good measure, Mr. Pulitzer’s team then hacked into a Dominion voting machine over WiFi, as he was testifying before the Georgia legislature. That’s supposed to be literally impossible, because the machines are not supposed to be able to connect to the internet at all. So, all of the usual suspects have been lying to us about that all along.
The Senate meets this week to count the Electoral College votes. Challenges to the swing state votes will be mounted by nearly every Republican in the House and by at least a dozen Republican Senators. No court, from a lowly District court all the way up to the Supreme Court, has had the courage to even look at the evidence. Every case from Trump’s team has been dismissed “without standing.”
The courts have not done their duty. The state legislatures have not done their duty. We shall see whether Congress will do its duty.
If all of those institutions fail us, there is still one individual with the authority and the duty to preserve the sanctity of our elections. He has offered his enemies every opportunity to come clean and do the right thing – and they won’t even take him up on his offer to conduct an audit of the votes. It’s about to get… very interesting.
Pray for our nation at this time. Be of good cheer. And be ready.