THE WAKE-UP CALL
“I appeal to you again to constantly bear in mind that with you, and not with politicians, not with Presidents, not with office-seekers, but with you, is the question, “Shall the Union and shall the liberties of this country be preserved to the latest generation?”
–Lincoln in a Speech to Gov. Morton in Indianapolis, February 11, 1861
“Election Results Indicate a Controlled System” –Indiana First Action
Looking at above graph, It is remarkable that the light and dark blue lines are, almost perfectly, one on top of the other. The light blue line is a calculation using Johnson County turnout by age applied to registered Brown County Voters by age (red line). Yet, this calculation almost perfectly matches Brown County’s Ballots Cast by age in dark blue.
R=0.996 is a calculation that shows how perfectly the two blue lines match. 1.0 would be perfect. Human behavior is typically in the 0.6 range. Take away: THESE RESULTS DO NOT REFLECT NORMAL HUMAN BEHAVIOR.
These Johnson County percentages were used to calculate the light blue lines, Calculated Ballots, on the Brown County graph as well as on 24 other Indiana counties.
All 25 county graphs compare the Light Blue line to the reported election results, the Dark Blue line. Does it make sense that these two lines — one a calculation, the other an election — match so closely?
In the above slideshow, we look at six more counties, where Johnson County Percentages almost perfectly predict election turnout – ballots cast by age.
In the 25 counties looked at, the number of ballots cast at any age can be very accurately calculated using the number of registered voters at that age and Johnson County turnout at that age. Are formulaic election results believable?
This analysis suggests that our elections have some sort of central control.
Dr. Frank, the mathematician behind this original analysis, produced “A Simple Metaphor” [below] to help simplify the concept of the registration key which appears to be programmed into election software nationwide. [3:30 minute video]
Election results that do not reflect human behavior, should not be certified.
“Let reverence for the laws, be breathed by every American mother, to the lisping babe, that prattles on her lap–let it be taught in schools, in seminaries, and in colleges; let it be written in Primers, spelling books, and in Almanacs;–let it be preached from the pulpit, proclaimed in legislative halls, and enforced in courts of justice.” — Lincoln, age 28, in his famous Lyceum Address; Springfield, Illinois 1838
“BUT WE USE PAPER BALLOTS.” YES, BUT WE ALSO USE ELECTRONIC POLL BOOKS, ELECTRONIC BALLOT MARKING DEVICES, ELECTRONIC SCANNERS/ TABULATORS.
‘VOTING DAY’ is now ‘VOTING WEEKS’ or ‘VOTING for NEARLY a MONTH’.
COLLECTED DATA IS STORED ON SERVERS, THUMB DRIVES AND CARDS. DATA IS TRANSMITTED ELECTRONICALLY, UPLOADED AND DOWNLOADED.
ALL OF THIS COMPLEXITY CREATES GROSS SECURITY ISSUES.
$$$ AND THE COST? THE SERVICE CONTRACTS, THE EQUIPMENT PURCHASES AND RENTALS, THE “EXPERTS” WHO TEST, EVALUATE AND WRITE 400-PAGE REPORTS ON THE SYSTEM AND ITS COMPONENTS, IS YET ANOTHER IMPORTANT ANGLE THAT SHOULD BE EXPLORED.
We have only recently learned about CVRs. Cast Vote Records (CVRs) are a sequential log of votes cast, ballot by ballot, for every precinct – and include no personal data. CVRs potentially may reveal unnatural patterns of voting. CVRs should be made public at some point after ever election. Learn more: The Cast Vote Records are the clearest indicators of whether or not there is machine based fraud….
Click link to view an up-to-date table of Cast Vote Records by State.
“Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it, nothing can succeed. Consequently, he who molds public sentiment, goes deeper than he who enacts statues or pronounces decisions.” — Abraham Lincoln at the first of 7 Lincoln/Douglas debates; Ottawa, Illinois 1858
ARTICLE 2 SECTION 1 OF INDIANA STATE CONSTITUTION: “All Elections shall be Free and Equal.”
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Contact local authorities, elected and appointed, to politely and respectfully voice your opinion. THIS SITE IS JUST BEGINNING TO BE BUILT. https://www.truethevote.org/my-state/