The Secretaries of State, with the exception of West Virginia, all want to prevent future forensic audits.
Forensic audits look at everything. There is no hiding of crimes. There are no back doors. There is no way to pretend that votes weren’t manipulated.
These Secretaries of State need to go.
Anyone who does not want voting integrity and doesn’t back forensic audits needs to go.
That goes for Republican politicians as well.
Some voters simplify voting decisions with a few questions like:
- Is a candidate pro-life?
- Is a candidate pro Second Amendment?
Voters check the records on question like those.
Here’s another simple one to add to the mix.
Do you support forensic audits? If not, out you go.
If someone wants to avoid forensic audits, that means they want keep a backdoor way to fudge the numbers without the voters knowing it.
What else can it mean?
They are too lazy?
Are they too corrupt?
If they say it costs too much time and money, as someone put it, that’s never an issue when it comes to things they want, like the green new deal or advertising masks or shots.
In July, Mike Lindell held the Mike Lindell Cyber Symposium at frankspeech.com.
Onscreen, in real time, experts showed how votes can be altered.
Why wouldn’t you want an expert to discover that? To those that oppose that…what…you don’t want to know if an election is honest or not?
That is what a forensic audit is. It is more than a simple recount. It digs in and finds things not apparent to the uninstructed, only to the experts in the field. Forensic audits reveal the truth.
And the majority of Secretaries of State don’t want that? They need to leave office and we need more moral and honest people than them.
America cannot survive with a government full of corrupt, self-seeking people who can bribed, threatened, or put their own interests first before the duties of office.