Did DHS Really Place A Watermark on Ballots as Part of Election Fraud Sting?!
If there is any degree of truth to what I’m about to say, then President Trump and his administration are playing 3d chess while everyone else is busy playing connect the dots.
I’ve always thought that President Trump was a smart man and this is obviously true based on some of the things that we’ve seen the President do over the years. He’s always been a step ahead of everyone else.
But if this is actually true, then the election fraud going on across the country will definitely be exposed, and I imagine that many people will end up in prison.
So, the big rumor that I’ve been hearing is that the Department of Homeland Security actually initiated a sting operation to catch those who would commit fraud during the election.
From what I’ve seen, DHS announced that there was a federal government sting planned and executed for this election. It was established that this was intentional to determine the margin of fraud in the election system. With confusion in the election results as it is, the amount of fraud identifiers found in this sting is staggering.
Supposedly, there is a watermark on all of the legitimate ballots to act as a security measure.
Thus far, 48% of the ballots that they reviewed did not have that watermark on them. The biggest offenders found so far have been Arizona and Michigan.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency was founded after the 2018 midterm elections.
From what I can tell, if this is true, then what would have had to have happened is that the federal government would have had to have placed the watermarks on the paper and then have it sent out to each state, because to my knowledge, each state, and maybe even each county prints their own ballots since they are all different.
If I’m perfectly honest, I think that this sounds too good to be true and it is likely not true. I desperately want it to be true and I will continue to hope that it is, but I’m not going to hold my breath.
I don’t know what kind of watermark that it is. One thing that I’ve heard is that they used some sort of radioactive isotope to watermark the paper. I’ve also heard that they used dots which if you watch the video below, this woman heard about the dots and looked at her ballot strip to see if she could see anything. Take a look and tell me what you think.