BREAKING: No Evidence Of Voter Fraud?!

How come, when auditors have discovered 308,840 excess Voter ID numbers solely in NY!

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In this case, one person equals more than one vote, hundreds of thousands of times over.

“AuditNY is a citizen-led group organized for the purpose of uncovering the truth behind certified election results for the 2020 General Election in New York. They have been studying the election since late summer, 2021. They have made many Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests of counties and the state to gain access to various election-related records.

Many counties have not complied with FOIL law by ignoring or refusing AuditNY’s requests. One record they did receive is a database of the voter rolls for the entire state from the New York State Board of Elections. The database contains about 20 million records.”

“A voter approached AuditNY and asked them to look into her own registration status in the state database. She had been registered to vote in a certain county, then moved out of state. When she returned several years later, she moved to an address in a different county.

At about that time, she discovered she was still registered to vote at her old address. A search of the state-provided voter rolls confirmed that she was simultaneously registered in two counties. Both registrations were listed as “active”, meaning a vote could be legally cast in either record.”

AuditNY then expanded their search.

“They looked for matching first and last names and birth dates. They found 299,920 unique name/birth date combinations that were assigned two or more unique SBOEIDs. The total number of registration records involved is 608,760, of which a minimum of 308,840 cannot be legitimate.

That figure represents the total number of registrations minus the total number of unique persons identified. This is the best case scenario. It assumes that one registration per named voter is legitimate. It is possible that in some cases, all of the multiple registrations are fictitious.

Incidentally, AuditNY found many examples of records where voter names were subtly altered. For instance, by adding “jr.”, or “IV” as a suffix, or by spelling out a middle name in one entry, using an initial in another, and leaving it blank in a third. One example caught by chance spelled a first name two different ways, “Yvette” and “Evette”. Each had a unique SBOEID but everything else matched.”

Furhermore, “all of the SBOEIDs assigned to a name were registered on the same day and to the same address. There is one example from Brooklyn that concerns 11 unique SBOEIDs assigned to the same man at the same address within a 2-day period (2/19/2020-2/20/2020).

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The man had an unusual name that occurs once nationwide in the multiple searches conducted to discover whether the name was real or fictitious. In those searches, the only person in the country with that name lived in Brooklyn. Or rather, had lived in Brooklyn at one time. Some of the information found on this individual indicated the possibility that he had moved to Israel prior to the flurry of registrations in his name. If those registrations were for that individual, all 11 are likely fake. If they are someone else with the same name in the same city, then 10 of the registrations are false.

Several aspects of this discovery indicate the likelihood that someone or some group of people with official access to the voter rolls inserted these duplicate records, and assigned unique SBOEIDs to each one. First, it would be difficult for an individual to walk into a county elections board and register 11 times on the same day, or in the same 24 hours, with the same name, birth date, and address, without being noticed.

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This is particularly true when it involves almost 300,000 voters. Second, SBOEIDs aren’t selected or assigned by the voter. They are assigned by the state as part of the registration process. To be given different SBOEIDs based on the same underlying information should have raised flags within the Board of Elections (BOE) to prevent the registration from going through. The simplest explanation for this data is that someone with official access added these records illegally.”

There were 212,125 votes associated with these records. That is within the maximum number of potentially legal registrations but AuditNY discovered that thousands of votes cannot be legitimate.