Predetermined algorithms caused widespread election fraud in Maricopa County, Arizona. Jovan Hutton Pulitzer told a packed room on June 27 that he conducted a forensic kinematic investigation of the ballots that “shows sufficient and irrefutable evidence of pervasive voter fraud and widespread election fraud in Maricopa County, Arizona.” Pulitzer explained that “specific ballots” were repeatedly and fraudulently inserted to predetermine the election’s winner. In short, the Maricopa election was an absolute mess that robbed many voters of their 14th amendment rights. Pulitzer said he is still knee-deep in the investigation.
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To be clear, a kinematic investigation means Pulitzer actually followed the physical and cyber “trail” of the Maricopa County ballots from the time they were manufactured to the “printing, the folding, sorting, and mailing” of those ballots. Pulitzer then “followed the mailing process, the return process, the election handling process, and eventual scanning, tallying, and election recording of the votes—and reporting of the final outcome.” In addition, Pulitzer drilled his investigation down to the precinct level. He and his team processed over 20,895,610 digital and forensic images in multiple formats.
Predetermined Algorithms and Strategically Inserted Ballots
Pulitzer says he can prove that predetermined algorithms caused the election to be skewed toward a win for Biden.
Approximately 406,972 of the over 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County were “of a predetermined origin” because of the use of algorithms. 38 percent of the mail-in ballots for Biden were found to be of a predetermined nature. 33 percent of the Trump ballots on election day were predetermined. After removing the fraudulently cast ballots, Trump got 59% of the votes. To find that “true vote,” Pulitzer removed the ballots contributing to the predetermined outcome. Biden only got 41 percent with the removal of the predetermined ballots.
Pulitzer is confident that when the algorithm could not keep pace with the votes coming in for Trump, “paper ballots had to be created to match the electronic outcome.” He found ample evidence of many ballot boxes that were “pilfered.” The boxes were “opened and reopened over time to either insert or remove ballots.”
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Interestingly, 52 ballot boxes were “pre-set aside” on Election Day for a hand audit. Oddly, those boxes were the only ones that were never disturbed. The inconsistencies and non-compliance concerning the handling of the other ballot boxes were remarkable, allowing for fraudulent activity such as the insertion of ballots where needed.
Pallet upon pallet of boxes was dual-dated. That translates to ballots with multiple dates and multiple months all mixed in, a finding that is “not congruent with how these ballots should be processed.” 89 percent of the dual date batches “were decided for Joe Biden,” according to Pulitzer. He stated that election workers “with decades of experience had never seen such dual date batches.” Pulitzer believes the boxes were “pilfered to make the paper match the digital outcome.”
Incorrect Paper Causes Compromised Elections
The incorrect paper was also used; paper that was so thin it allowed for bleedthrough on the ballots, which, in turn, caused massive forced adjudication of ballots. To run an honest election, the paper must be the correct printing density, and the printing machines must be properly maintained and calibrated. Pulitzer said, “343,304 ballots were printed out of mechanical compliance,” with no one supervising or inspecting the printers.
That is 343,304 voters who “were not treated equally” in the election, according to the 14th amendment. His analysis included bleedthrough analysis, chromatic analysis, human or machine voted Oval analysis, and machine or hand fold or no fold analysis. The use of incorrect paper and poorly calibrated machines resulted in 120,867 compromised ballots. That represents 6 percent of the votes and creates “a forced adjudication event.” That is “nine times the deciding outcome of the 2020 election,” added Pulitzer.
The Maricopa County Board of election reported they used only Roland vote secure paper in the 2020 election. However, Pulitzer says this is “patently false.” He backed up his claims with countless official witnesses and affidavits “submitted by longtime Maricopa County election workers.”
SharpieGate is real, despite the protestations of the County election board. Prior to 2020, Sharpie pens were expressly prohibited for obvious reasons—they often bleed through the ballot paper. Using the sharpies with inferior paper is a double whammy. Markings from sharpies cause extra votes and confuse the scanning machines.
Additionally, 10,943 Maricopa general election ballots were straight-up “counterfeit ballots.” The use of these counterfeit ballots “was widespread across all of Maricopa County,” according to Pulitzer. 39 percent of the counterfeit ballots were cast for Donald Trump, and 46 percent were cast for Biden. Thirteen percent were cast for write-in candidates.
Adjudication Rates were Outlandish
Pulitzer had some remarkable comments on the adjudication rate in the county. Maricopa beat historic records in terms of adjudication rates in 2020. 235,367 ballots were changed “either by a human or a machine” in the election “after the ballots were tallied.” Not only that, he said, “99 percent of all batches were modified.” Remarkably, the ballots were modified electronically “without ANY inspection of the physical ballot paper.” Pulitzer explained:
Mail-In Ballots are a Nightmare
One of the most stunning revelations of the evening was related to mail-in ballots. Most people now realize that mail-in ballots were utilized in 2020 on a massive scale under the guise of the pandemic. Ballot cracking was used in the election. Ballot cracking means that individuals can access and tamper with ballots that were returned undeliverable in the mail. The individual opens the ballot, votes, signs a “bogus signature,” or doesn’t sign it. Since Maricopa County fell abysmally short in the area of signature verification, “ballot cracking can go undetected,” said Pulitzer.
Moreover, he stated, when “returned to the county, these ballots simply disappear.” The county reported 53,866 as returned undeliverable ballots in the Maricopa election. However, incredibly:
The mail-in ballots combined with poorly maintained voter rolls in the county resulted in another opportunity for fraud. There were 246,691 phantom voters on the Maricopa rolls as a result of dirty voter rolls. Nefarious actors can use ballot-cracking and other methods to backfill votes when you have overinflated rolls of 10 percent—as was the case in Maricopa. There was an average of 332 phantom voters per precinct in the county. And “they are almost always wiped from the voter rolls” immediately following an election. “26 percent of the 2020 win were scrubbed immediately following the Maricopa election,” according to Pulitzer.
Coordinated Subversion of an Election
However, the most stunning revelation of the evening referenced how profoundly the 2020 election was allegedly subverted because of the pandemic. Runbeck printed the ballots for many elections, including Maricopa. Pulitzer explained:
But here is where the information becomes really interesting. News of the pandemic began to emerge in early 2020. However, Pulitzer points out that the first holiday they told us to all stay home was on the 4th of July. In August, many states decided to go with mail-in ballots. He then refers to something odd that Runbeck did in March and another odd thing the Post Office pulled in April.
This article covers a fraction of Pulitzer’s findings. It is well worth the time to watch the entire presentation. Pulitzer implored the citizens attending the event to understand that while the election was shockingly fraudulent, “it is the greatest gift” we could have hoped for. Now that our eyes are open, we can no longer look to others to fix the problem.
Wendi Strauch Mahoney is a journalist for UncoverDC. This article was originally published on UncoverDC.