by Clarice Feldman
Like Scott S. Powell, I think this presidential election was marked by very obvious fraud.
Common sense, longstanding predictable voting behavior patterns in many specific jurisdictions, big data statistical pattern analysis and forensic analysis of Dominion Voting Systems machines and software, and polling place wrongdoings in the contested states don’t just reveal garden variety voting irregularities, but rather overwhelming massive voter and polling place fraud.
It’s not new, but the scope of it is breathtaking. The Heritage Foundation has compiled an election fraud database, sampling the many proven instances of election fraud, which you are welcome to review. I cannot dispute their conclusion:
Each and every one of the cases in this database represents an instance in which a public official, usually a prosecutor, thought it serious enough to act upon it.