I recently took one of these positions and I though I’d offer a brief description of how it went. The terms are two years and I think run concurrently with the Congressional races. I am very new to this and have much to learn. This is an elected position, but I must stress that it is not a governmental position. The Republican Party is in essence a club. You must file to run for the position and if it is a contested precinct, you are put on the Republican primary ballot for for that precinct. If it is uncontested, you win by default.
I was placed in the position in the middle of the term. I found a precinct chairman via the Save Tarrant County Telegram page and she nominated me at the executive meeting. They have apparently had times where there were not enough Precinct Chairs in attendance to form a quorum to vote on those nominations. Last month we got about 30 new folks and I was among them. I am now the precinct chair for the remainder of the term and am eligible to attend the Executive committee meetings, vote in those meetings and use the title as I contact my representatives. They apparently understand that these positions can shape their future. I intend to find out.
In Texas we don’t register to vote by party, so we don’t have that method of joining with the GOP. We do affiliate to a party by voting in that parties primary. To vet you as a Republican in this county, they apparently simply check to see if you voted in the last Republican primary. In my case I hadn’t. I just had a bad day that day. I had voted in the last several Republican primaries and that was OK.
I still don’t understand all the ins and outs, but he PC’s elect the local party leadership and are instrumental in the selection of delegates to the state convention. Those delegates at the state convention select the state party leadership and select the delegates to the national convention. The local party apparatus is also responsible for finding people to serve as election judges who in turn recruit the clerks that you see at the polls. I believe that the local party provides any observers as well.
These are among the ways that we can shape policy.
I’m drowning in information this morning and can’t sort some of it out. Here’s some low hanging fruit. Fulton county allowed an examination of their equipment to be done. I’ve told you about there being some good guy counties, but this was a little different. It was done somewhat openly and a report was issued. It was not a “full forensic audit” and there isn’t much talk about how it came to be. They are now facing recriminations for allowing that to happen. If you are confused, this is Fulton county PA not GA. In Ga they are still being recalcitrant.
Because the equipment had it’s images copied the state is telling them they will not certify the equipment for use and they will have to buy or lease new equipment. In other words, the logic and accuracy testing that they do to certify equipment can’t be trusted to tell us if equipment has been maliciously tampered with.
The PDF report is below. I'm putting this together quickly and I haven't read tat report in a while. As I recall, this found nothing nefarious. It pretty much just says we found vulnerabilities but no problems. I thought it indicated that a deeper look would be warranted. Judge for yourself.
This is what can be found from a low resolution scan of the ballots. Imagine what we could do with a high resolution scan. There's a reason they don't want you to have access to the ballots. In fairness, there's a lot of investigation that needs to be done to put this in context, but this gives us lots of reason to do that investigating.
There is a lot of good stuff happening. Evidence - you know - that stuff that there is none of, continues to pour in. In fact I’m having a hard time keeping up with it.
On the other hand there are some set backs too, some of which are to be expected some are a downer. The first one is a downer. The GA senate election case that was a very good one was dismissed on Monday. The reason is that the Warnock and the other Senator that “won” had not been served with the papers, so the judge applied the doctrine of latches somehow. So now it looks like if you can avoid service long enough, you can make your opponents lawsuit go away. That’s easier to do when you can hide behind a Capitol police force. Good to know. Favrito has filed a request for immediate access to the ballots in Fulton County. That may be just the mail in ballots, but that’s where the action is. There is new stuff coming out of GA all the time. That place is a mess, as is MI and PA. Much worse than AZ which is bad on it’s own
In PA State Senator Doug Mastriano,issued a request for the election machines, ballots and other election information from 5 counties in his state for the purposes of an audit. As the head of one of their committees, he’s apparently authorized to do that. The SoS immediately sent out guidance for the counties to refuse to do so and among other things threatened that they would have their equipment decertified and the state would not provide funds for replacement. Two of the counties, and they are red counties at that, have stated that they will not comply. Some of this may be wanting additional cover. Many people think that if a subpoena were issued it would provide that cover and they would comply, but there are issues in at least one of their responses that is bothersome. Their agreement with the equipment company precludes them from allowing outside examination of that equipment. They do not have the right to examine the things they use to certify your vote and our elections. How’s that for nonsense. This is not over and the subpoena may be coming soon. PA is vitally important with its 20 electoral votes.
In MI it looks like there are 5 counties that have or might do the “preventative maintenance”despite DePerno’s cease and desist order. Also DePerno has announced that he’s running for SoS there. I think he would be good at that, and particularly there, but I hate to think it might distract him from this fight.
We are making progress because we are keeping the pressure up. This link will help demonstrate that.
Things are getting good. The left makes fun of Fla regularly for being weird and actually a lot of Floridians make fun of themselves as well. It's looking like that's a good thing. Edward Solomon has pretty much proved that the result of the election was chosen, and then the method of getting there is worked out. He was featured in a video I put up a few days ago. I don't think there are a lot of us that want to watch him go through the details of that, but it's pretty much indisputable. He calls the theory Manifold Destiny, because the results of his calculations are a geometric manifold. People should feel free to use this information and article to further the cause.
The nerds will be the folks that save us, and Draza Smith is a wonderful nerdy young woman with a sense of humor who has excellent credentials in both math and cyber type issues. Draza would tell you that the election wasn't counted, it was calculated, and that it was on cruise control. She has worked out the ratio that she believes was being used in various states to control the outcome. This graphic shows that ratio, and it's expressed as the percent of votes Trump should receive in relation to Biden. In Wyoming, Trump would get 262% of Biden's vote count and in VT he'd get 46%. Anything over a 100 Trump wins, and under a 100 he loses. She thinks that FL had a different initial projection than what's shown here. This is after they made adjustments.
This graphic shows how that would work in three of those states including TX. The data is from the results flow that was sent to the NYT for their news feed. All of these charts will start with wild swings as the first results come in, but then they'll settle in, and if the bad guys are doing their jobs well, the two lines will be close together. They did pretty well here in TX, but in GA they had to fight to make it happen.
Draza thinks that things came apart for the bad guys because FL really blew their plan. The Trump vote was just to heavy there and likely they didn't get the Hispanic vote they anticipated. She thinks they had to readjust once, and then finally lost the battle. With the loss of 29 electoral votes this was a real problem. You can begin to imagine why there was scrambling in some of the other states and why they had to go pretty far in to make things happen. Florida apparently didn't have an organization in place to deal with this, or it was just too big a problem to deal with.
This graphic injects a little humor and a bit of a different view. I don't think this rises quite to the level of proof, but it's pretty darn close. These things just aren't natural to paraphrase Douglas Frank. It is a hugely strong circumstantial indicator that we need to look close. Much closer. I'll venture that there's a lot of people in jail over less circumstantial evidence than this.
As I was writing this up, Draza posted this graphic on WI. It makes a really good example of how they had to scramble after losing FL. Below are her comments on the material.
"So, let's talk about Wisconsin. I know I posted these plots already, but I wanted to make sure everyone understands what it is showing.
If we look at the crazy peaks on the left - the support for Trump early was super strong! We can see it was punched down a but...gotten under control and did a slow rise to the original setpoint. And then FL happened....
The original setpoint was ~108.5%, This means (since it was over 100%) that is was originally planned to go to Trump. But, with the loss of FL and her beautiful 29 electoral college votes, something had to change. That change was WI, with her 10 electoral college votes and MI, with her 16. Almost an even swap, huh? So, while the counting was stopped, it looks like WI got a new setpoint. This is ~98.6. This is less than 100%, so the electoral votes are swooshed over into Biden's column"
In the original Facebook post, I added: There would have to be a vote spike right where the change was made and I'm sure I've seen that, but I didn't keep a copy. If I can find it I'll add it, because it would be a great correlation. I no more than hit enter and Draza blessed us with this.
This stuff is real folks. It took math folks to be able to figure out how to do it and it's taking math folks to figure out how it was done. It's going to take true Americans to tell their employees where we go from here. We can't take no for an answer.