Election officials don’t want you to see the voter list – they want you to leave!

Guest post by Jay Valentine

The narrative about “free, safe, secure elections” from November 2022 has changed 180 degrees. Almost no one is crazy enough to say America has free, fair elections

After Curry Lake’s race in Arizona and Adam Laxalt’s race in Nevada, the most helpless George Bush hesitated to call Reno “the election fair.”

As our team processed billions of election roll “snapshots” taken since 2020, we run the world’s largest election database, we concluded that US elections were rigged by both parties and with the active assistance or acquiescence of election officials.

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Sovereign Fraud – Your Government’s Institutional Election Fraud – First Discussed in American Thinker – Real. We have the data to prove it!

In 2022 fractal technology and vigilant electoral integrity groups pulled back the curtain on much of this rigging – reported at www.Omega4America.com.

Why was election fraud so invisible years before Trump became a candidate?

Election officials from both parties don’t want to see disgruntled citizens looking at voter rolls. We know this because we were in the room with them, virtually, demonstrating the most egregious voter roll anomalies and they simply refused to look at them.

Let’s find out how serious, common, widespread it is to withhold voter registration information from you.

How much does a voter list cost? Yes, dollars?

In some states, it’s free, download it or pay a small fee and get a CD of the complete electoral roll every 30 days.

In Alabama, $30,000. You will pay Alabama $30,000 for a copy of your electoral roll.

In Wisconsin, $12,500.

Why so much? Is it a profit center?

Well, in Alabama they have voters much older than Julius Caesar – some registered in the last few years using birthdates from when St. Paul was converted. Think maybe there is a data roll cleaning issue?

Wisconsin has voter IDs with hidden letters.

You can find over 180,000 Wisconsin voters with the same voter ID. Oops!

They’re not the same ID, they’re actually different – ​​but you can’t tell with your software because the Wisconsin Elections Commission uses a hidden character that’s invisible to you. We admitted it to them!

Go to our website www.Omega4America.com, read the expert witness report and you can read all about it!

In some states, you can’t get voter rolls unless you’re a candidate or a political party. If you let someone else see it, you can be prosecuted – Virginia and California.

There is North Carolina. They insert control characters into electoral rolls to make it difficult for citizens to assemble the rolls needed for analysis.

Creating a database with incorrectly inserted control characters shows one of two motivations: gross incompetence or malicious intent. You decide.

In our analysis of various states, about 20 or so we found that the database efficiency level was less than 8m Grades between most.

Let me be clear: In nearly every state where we’ve processed election rolls, the database’s skill level is less than a high school level, costing a secretary of state millions of dollars a year.

We found that if a public company had the amount of unquestionably false information in every state’s election database, the CEO would likely go to jail under the Sarbanes-Oxley rule.

How do you check a database?

Download it. What do you compare it to?

Here’s an idea!

Let’s compare county voter registration files with state voter files They should be reconciled with a slight float for transit registration.

No! In state after state, there is a 5% – 10% difference between these two sets of seemingly identical data.

Let’s check state voter rolls with county tax rolls After all, an address is an address.

Reconciliation between voter rolls and tax rolls shows hundreds of thousands of addresses that by law cannot contain voters. Yet, there are thousands of these addresses, regularly more than 200,000 discrepancies in a single state.

In 2022, we learned electoral rolls have internal momentum – waves of registrants who swell the roll until election time – then slowly recede into the ocean.

In Nevada and Arizona, we rolled for months.

Our graphical analysis shows graphs of people living in RV parks, hotels, other transient locations gradually peak during the election, then disappear after 30 – 60 days.

Because we snapshot the data—comparing each voter roll to every previous roll—the snapshots show wide shifts on election dates, followed by wide shifts.

It was never visible before fractal technology but now it is from a phone. Very soon we are going to visualize it and put it on the web site for all to see.

Let’s not pick on Nevada – we see this in most states. Harris County, Texas vs. Nevada.

If the voter rolls aren’t opaque enough with hidden letters (Wisconsin), inserted control letters (North Carolina), prohibitive spending (Alabama, Wisconsin) or stupid laws, you can be prosecuted for looking at the voter rolls if you’re not an authorized species. . (Virginia, California), we have a new trend.

Crime to see the list of voters!

Make it a crime to go door to door for electioneering.

Audit criminalization of the electoral list! It is double criminalization! What does that mean?

Think we’re kidding? Welcome to New Mexico.

Amongst the army of unsung heroes, quitting jobs, security risks to fight electoral fraud – which means dear reader they are fighting for your most cherished freedoms – David Clements In New Mexico.

David is an attorney, law professor, all around patriot. You’ll catch him on some obscure podcast, on his way to an electoral integrity event in the middle of nowhere from his parked car on the side of the road.

Professor Clements, in a recent interview, reported how New Mexico is enacting legislation to criminalize election integrity efforts.

They want to make it a crime to purge voter rolls. Go door to door and see why 27 voters are registered in empty construction sites? In New Mexico, they want to put you in jail for this!

Guess which team is doing it? Not much of a guess?

Even though we’re just data guys, we can’t hold back our admiration for guys like Clements, Seth Cashel, and an anonymous army of voter integrity groups fighting bipartisan, government-funded, supported and enforced phantom voter fraud.

We are appalled at the lack of support by the Republican affluent for these guys. If they are left wing, trying to scam voters list, they will have a whole infrastructure to support them. They can get book deals!

Alas, because they are patriotic, the rich stand aside.

Well, we don’t.

The Fractal team is giving Patriots – of any party – a disruptive tool to clean up voter rolls.

When you have better technology than the government, it even works!

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Jay Valentine Led the team that developed the eBay fraud engine and technology for the TSA no-fly list. He can be reached at www.Omega4America.com. His Twitter account is @jayvalentine99