SHARPIE-GATE: It’s Much Worse Than We Thought
Over the last week or so, we’ve been reporting on the ongoing investigation in Arizona into the election and specifically the use of Sharpie markers to fill out ballots.
This is something that should not have been done in the first place. But the reality is that not only was it done, it was an order given by an election official.
This is someone who should have known better. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the problems associated with using a bleeding marker to fill out a ballot.
I’ve mentioned that while I don’t live in Arizona, I personally know several people who mentioned this the day that it happened. But what we’re now learning is that this form of fraud is not just localized in Arizona. Apparently, it happen across the country!
One source reported the following messages were sent to them regarding Sharpies being used:
“Hello, my name is xxxx and I live in xxxx Pennsylvania. When I voted in November we were given black sharpies which means none of our votes were counted correctly or if they ever counted at all. I think this should be investigated to see how many other Counties had the same problem.”
“Went to vote on election day and was told TOUCH PAD machines were inoperable – a first . Ballot bled. Biden outdid 1st Obama by 44k votes altho city population dropped 250k in intervening years – a great portion of that loss by black community. No way. I’m ex election judge , board investigator and expert court witness on canvassing. Nothing that happened election day nationally happened without Chicago input and knowledge. Nothing. Indeed at about 26 min. mark of Lindell documentary Eric Commer answered that VPN was ( prior to election ) being experimented on only here. Brings into question Lightfart’s election. Dominion in use city and county. Soon after election Chicago board exec. director – once indicted in San Diego – retired after 29 years as Chicago’s chief magician. Help us please.”
Is there not enough of this mess all across to country to suggest that something should perhaps be investigated? Of course, we believe so, but what would be enough evidence for Democrats to say, “You know what? Maybe they’ve got a point.”?