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About the paper used in the Maricopa County election


UncoverDCPatrick Byrne, the founder of the America Project, has often highlighted the importance of the paper used in the Maricopa County Election. The America Project and Byrne helped fund the Maricopa audit. Byrne has stated that 100 percent of the ballots were “fake.”

On Friday, the Cyber Ninja report mentioned paper stock, paperweight, and kinematic artifacts being investigated by Jovan Hutton Pulitzer. More complete information about the paper used for the Maricopa County election could help provide a critical missing piece to reconstruct what happened in the 2020 election.

The paper stock used in elections is significant because it can affect how a vote is adjudicated and tabulated. Paper can also tell the story of whether counterfeit ballots were used. The weight, thickness, security features of paper are all critical features of a secure ballot. Bleed-through can result on ballots with thinner paper stock. Ballot paper should be uniform, and its specifications should be prescribed. Ostensibly, ballots that do not meet the defined specifications should not be counted.

The election was supposed to be conducted with VoteSecure paper, which would not have bleed through problems and would be readily identifiable as the correct paper. There's even a setting in the Dominion machines to check the paper type. But as it turns out, none of the paper was VoteSecure paper. Which would allow all kinds of fake ballots on fake paper to be inserted easily, and would also require premeditation to ensure the correct paper was not used and the machine detection turned off.

In other words, even more evidence of premeditated fraud by someone.

This entry was published Fri Oct 22 23:09:08 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-10-22 23:09:08.0. [Tweet]

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