The Crime Syndicate overlords have divided the populace, and now they might just prove that politics is like pro wrestling by using a tried and true method of stirring things up with a Dusty Finish. It’ll be pandemonium and more chaos!
Dusty Finish: The nickname given to a specific ending to a wrestling match in which one wrestler appears to have scored a win only to have the decision reversed, often on some technicality.
The concept of the Dusty Finish for the 2020 election was discussed in my recent podcast appearances on TradCat Knight Radio and Patrick ‘Dino’ Ryan Show.
- TradCatKnight Radio’s Eric Gajewski, Russ Winter Talk Post-Election Scenarios
- The Patrick ‘Dino’ Ryan Show — Duo Discuss Hate Shadow Language and the Prospect for an Election Dusty Finish [@00:33:30]
As everyone knows by now, the basis of the Dusty Finish that puts the election outcome even more into doubt are the results in five close states: Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania. To pull off the Dusty Finish, Trump needs to reverse corrupto Pennsylvania and one of the other close states. Biden leads Arizona by only 11,600 votes and Georgia by just 14,000.
These states have highly suspicious counties that have been tagged for fraud by the Trump stats team. Hundreds of pro-Trump IT volunteers are scouring voter data.
The Trump people have filed their complaint in a U.S. district court in Pennsylvania. It’s damning and, to our sensibilities, will put the third world U.S. star chamber legal system to the test. Once the perception builds that a Dusty Finish is in the works, the streets will erupt, leading to the ultimate goal of a color revolution.
- The Tell-Tale Patterns Seen in Color Revolutions
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Among the charges are that Democrat-majority counties provided political parties and candidates, including the Trump campaign, no meaningful access or actual opportunity to review and assess mail-in ballots during the pre-canvassing meetings.
Per the complaint, Allegheny and Philadelphia Counties alone received and processed 682,479 mail-in and absentee ballots without examining the receipts, the opening of envelopes or tabulation of those 682,479 votes in direct contravention of the Election Code.
As one federal court put it, “Absentee voting is to voting in person as a take-home exam is to a proctored one.”
A 2012 study from the Pew Center on the states – which the U.S. Supreme Court cited in a recent case — found that “approximately 24 million – one of every eight – voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate”
Courts have repeatedly found that mail-in ballots are particularly susceptible to fraud. As Justice Stevens has noted, “flagrant examples of [voter] fraud … have been documented throughout this nation’s history by respected historians and journalists,” and “the risk of voter fraud” is “real” and “could affect the outcome of a close election.”
Yet, despite the tarnished history of mail-in voting, the Lugenpresse has engaged in more cover up and sophistry.
Failing to uphold and ensure the adherence to even basic transparency measures or safeguards against the casting of illegal or unreliable ballots creates an obvious opportunity for ineligible voters to cast ballots. That results in fraud and undermines the public’s confidence in the integrity of elections.
A shocking number of mail-in ballots have inexplicably appeared in counties since the Nov. 4 ballot reports.
For instance, in Delaware County, its Wednesday, Nov. 4 report indicated that it had received about 113,000 mail-in ballots and counted approximately 93,000 voted ballots. On the next day, Nov. 5, the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s 4:30 report reflected that Delaware County had received about 114,000 ballots. Several hours later, the Delaware County solicitor reported to an observer that the County had received about 126,000 mail-in ballots and counted about 122,000. As of Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020, the Department of State’s website showed that the county had counted about 127,000 mail-in ballots. Plaintiffs have received no explanation for where the additional 14,000 voted ballots came from, when they arrived, or why they are included in the current count.
Those counties provided their mail-in voters with the opportunity to cure mail-in and absentee ballot deficiencies, while Republican-heavy counties followed the law and did not provide a notice and cure process, disenfranchising those that themselves complied with the Election Code to cast legal votes.
As evidenced by numerous sworn statements, defendants egregious misconduct has included ignoring legislative mandates concerning mail-in ballots – which amounted to over 2.6 million of the approximately 6.75 million votes in Pennsylvania – including the mandate that mail-in ballots be post-marked on or before Election Day, and critically, preventing plaintiff’s poll watchers from observing the receipt, review, opening, and tabulation of mail-in ballots.
Additionally, plaintiffs have learned that certain county election boards were mailing unsolicited mail-in ballots to voters despite the fact that they had not applied for a mail-in ballot for the General Election, thus resulting in voters who received two ballots. The offending counties also failed to undertake any effort to ensure destruction of the duplicate ballots.
Among other things, the secretary refused to require adequate verification of the voter’s identity. Rather than require votes to be received on the day of election, the Secretary permitted ballots received up to three days after the election to be counted without any evidence of timely mailing, such as a postmark. Finally, contrary to the in-person voting that is open and transparent to the parties and the candidates, defendants permitted the review and counting of mail-in ballots largely in secret with no monitoring.
Pennsylvania Secretary of State Boockvar, a very partisan Democrat, grossly exceeded her ministerial powers.
The Republicans seek to invalidate hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania ballots. They also seek to investigate Dominian’s switch of ballots in all these states. This will need to be conducted by audit and canvas, not a recount. The Republican-controlled legislature has the power to authorize this. This examination will need to occur to justify invalidating the whole presidential election in Pennsylvania, which the state legislature has the power to do.
Here’s a final question that nobody seems to be asking; and if you know know the answer, feel free to chime in: Where are these ballots that are to be recounted stored? Iron Mountain? Are they under lock and key and guarded around the clock? One has to wonder.