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Some people were searching “Election Fraud Punishment” *before* the election

It’s almost like some people were considering doing something a bit naughty?

At the Caldron Pool someone noticed that searches for “Election Fraud Punishment” were trending high in late October in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Arizona.

Searches for “Election Fraud Punishment” Peak in Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania Days Before the Election

Searches for “Election Fraud Punishment” peaked in three significant states in the lead up to the 2020 U.S. Presidential election, according to Google Trends.

 

Election Fraud Punishment search on Google Trends

Election Fraud Punishment search on Google Trends

I note that the Google Machine shows up different results now, but this post has been circulating for a few days. If Google is willing to suppress the Hunter Biden Laptop and MAGA rallies, what’s a few revised trends?

Someone has those IPs.

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36 comments to Some people were searching “Election Fraud Punishment” *before* the election

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    Jojodogfacedboy

    With the mainstream media in fairytale land, here is a handy updating election results that are difficult to find.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/current-actual-election-result-update-president-trump-leading-electoral-college-paths-victory-biden/

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    Deano

    Reminds me of those old movies about the American Civil War. A ‘Confederate’ girl would be having an affair with a ‘Yankee’ soldier. Some Confederate soldiers would burst into her home looking for him and she’d throw herself up against her wardrobe – the only piece of furniture in the room – exclaiming “He’s not in here!”

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      Spetzer86

      Bugs Bunny had an old cartoon that sort of went along that line. The whole thing’s worth a look up, but here’s a clip:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSNTjX_g9a4&ab_channel=DavidJRAmini

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        Saighdear

        Mmm – pity we can’t comment on those clips – ‘comments turned off’ so we can’t spread the word….

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        Saighdear

        Don’t usually search for this sort of stuff – but look what cropped up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5649FAF3_ws from couple of weeks ago: saw the link as trailer on a Bugs Clip – you couldn’t make it up: Deja vu?

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          Kalm Keith

          It’s an amazing piece of work, but what is especially chilling is the realisation that the media has moved our focus so far away from that sordid detail in such a short time.

          And that sordid detail is only the money part of it: the two contenders have a murkier side where possibly for Trump you could say; yes awful, but let it go under the heading of “consenting adults” to some extent.

          For touchy Joe, the video montage of greeting scenes does not involve consent and most of the girls clearly demonstrate serious unhappiness with the situation imposed on them.

          And this guy may end up as the Leader? of the free world.

          Our focus now is on Trump’s “false claims” of vote dumping.

          KK

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            Deano

            Interesting that the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) ran a ‘4 Corners’ show last Monday filled with allegations “WITHOUT EVIDENCE” of sexual shenanigans within the Liberal Party. None of their news or current affairs ever cover Bidens groping or creepy behavior.

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        Deano

        Thanks for that Bugs Bunny link. It was probably a Bugs cartoon where I first saw this ham scene played out.

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    Jojodogfacedboy

    Wouldn’t be interesting if you could backtrack the ip addresses…
    They certainly would have a tail to tell along with their banking info and who paid them…
    Just thinking.

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    M Seward

    And then there is the theory that Steve Bannon or some other Trump footsoldier organised the searches as part of the premeditated plan to make the election fraud allegations which Trump et al had signalled well before the election. Makes about as much sense as anything else. Fake news can be played by both sides.

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    CHRIS

    Well, the 3 states mentioned were Swing States, so it’s not surprising this happened.

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    Kevin a

    “Great Video”
    Kayleigh McEnany Drops BOMB On Media and Dems and Even Fox News Cuts Their Feed
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7AA6N_nMZU

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    MrGrimNasty

    Those searches will just be individuals contemplating being a bit naughty, like in the UK students voting at home AND at their Uni address, it won’t be the result changer. There will be lots of minor fraud found on all sides under close scrutiny I expect.

    If the election was truly rigged, the mail votes and software ‘switchy-glitchy’ will be the mother load.

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      Jojodogfacedboy

      What is a real eye opener this election is that I had no clue how many different ways this voter fraud was created and used.

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/

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      Spetzer86

      Sort of like the old line of “a billion here and a billion there and eventually you’re talking real money?”. How much fraud at any one place is needed to roll the whole thing? “Not much” is the usual answer. In this case, you wouldn’t need coordination because “everyone is just doing what’s right to prevent a fascist from returning to the White House”. Check out some of the leaked videos. This wasn’t happening in the dark, people knew what they were doing and apparently didn’t care. Maybe because they’d been doing the same thing for years and never got caught?

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    There’s no surprise that people were interested in election fraud in a year with so many absentee ballots — many sent out that were not requested, to wrong addresses, and dead people.

    There’s no surprise that interest in election fraud increased as the election approached.

    There’s no surprise that interest in election fraud was stronger in the “battleground” states.

    So, were people in battleground states increasingly interested in election fraud punishment because they were intending to commit election fraud … or were they interested to find out how fraud would be punished if the people involved were caught?

    I personally investigated election fraud weeks before the election, after a friend found out he got an ballot mailed to his parent’s home in another state, where he first voted at age 18, and he had not lived in that state since graduating college. He is now in his late 30’s. Fortunately, his parents lived in the same house and destroyed his ballot. A Democrat would have used it to vote twice, or sold it to ballot “harvesters”.

    In this election, getting a large number of absentee ballots mailed out, and then making sure a high percentage of them voting for Biden were returned, legally or illegally, was the determining factor in who “won” the election. Biden barely had to campaign, I suspect he didn’t have to campaign at all. And his policy positions barely mattered, It was Trump lovers versus Trump haters, and the haters worked the absentee ballot system better than the Trump lovers did

    I have little doubt that Biden “won” with the after 8pm election day illegal votes. I have no idea how much computer counting fraud was involved, but here in Michigan it probably was not enough to close the gap.

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      When people are consumed with unjustifiable hate, it turns them into horrible people who no longer believe concepts like law, morals and ethics are relevant. Once the means to self destructive ends are no longer constrained, everyone inevitably looses.

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        I posted a “politics rap” today on my politics blog, that seems to address what you have stated in your excellent comment, co2isnotevil. I’ll include one paragraph here — the whole “rap” is at http://www.ElectionCircus.blogspot.com

        “My unusual opinion is that one thing was FAR more important than anything else about the Trump years: He fought back against the usual leftist character attacks, and got them so upset they revealed their true bad leftist character and their very counterproductive for economic growth socialist beliefs.”

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    Saighdear

    Thankyou Jo, you do a lot of Lateral thinking in your research:I just wish the wider world would be a little bit WISER and just look / listen to what you’ve got to say: Least said easiest mended -Huh, Boris et al show themselves for what they are ……..

    Where I haven’t got time to do the researches, I ( hope it is we – the rest of us ) learn a lot from your reports + Commenters additions ( +/-)

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      Kevin a

      Great link, but can you copy paste more info, it’s behind an ad wall.

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      Wohick
      Great article.
      Epoch Times sends me a sample edition about every six months — very anti-China, not a bad bias. The article at the link is excellent. We were told to watch out for election fraud in PA many months before the election.

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      Louise

      Can you please do a quote of some relevant info David?

      I don’t want to sign up and then have to cancel or pay for yet another subscription.

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    Howie from Indiana

    I have little hope of Trump pulling this election out. I still have my fingers crossed though. Actually Trump did pretty well considering he was running against the media as well as the Demonrats. What really bothers me is if these voting machines are capable of the so called “glitches” what is going to stop such “glitches” in future elections.

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      Peter C

      Voting machines are a bad idea.
      A vote paper filled out with pen or pencil is much more secure

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        Ian

        Agreed paper voting is best.

        Pity that in 2019 the Republican controlled Senate blocked a bill passed by the HoR that would bolster America’s high-tech voting infrastructure with a low-tech fix: paper.

        However Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin all have hand marked paper ballots which will be checked in any recounts

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      Hivemind

      I looked into this voting machine thing in the early 2000’s. There were a variety of fraud mechanisms used, from pre-loading votes for some candidate before voting started, to flipping a proportion of votes to the ‘right’ candidate. The key problem, as I saw it, was that you could either have vote integrity, or voter anonymity, not both. That is, to ensure vote integrity, you had to record the actual vote and who made that vote. Otherwise it wasn’t possible to audit it after the election. The problem with not having voter anonymity is exactly what the Democrats were doing in some electorates, that is trying to ‘out’ opposing voters.

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    sophocles

    It’s now 09:45 NZDT (New Zealand Daylight Saving Time).

    A couple of hours ago, I watched four TV1 (one of NZ’s public free-to-air Television Channels) with four supposedly investigative “journalists” looking into the cameras with wide eyes and looks of — I think it’s supposed to be a mixture of “Surprise” and “Shock Horror” and other less subtle emotions, whilst proclaiming that Trump “hasn’t conceded yet” and “there’s no evidence” of fraud … yadda yadda yadda. I’m thinking Cheatin’ Joe is the one who will be conceding.

    If there is no evidence of fraud, why is the Attorney General of the US saying and doing what he is saying and doing? Perhaps he doesn’t believe that hotshot Kiwi foursome? I don’t.

    If there is no evidence of fraud why are the SCOTUS Justices using naughty words like “Unconstitutional” and “must be separated out?” Why does Rudy Giuliani detail this “non-existant evidence” in such excruciating depth? Where’s there’s smoke …

    But then. they’re not trying to convince any foreign audiences that Cheatin’ Joe is the President Elect of the United States, just New Zealanders. In the face of such pitiful grandstanding, they don’t seem to realize that they are making their “news” less and less suitable for consumption.

    I’ve sourced my news and facts from outside New Zealand because of these Prats for about five or six years now. This just reinforces my opinions and avoidance of them especially their absurd lack of the credibility they purport to offer which I can say now is only propaganda. Pathetic.

    On a vastly better note: I’m impressed and also grateful, for the efforts of David Wojick et al in freeing up my favourite form of literature — scientific papers. Fantastic efforts, David. Thank you! Fabulous pay off. I tried it out last night and have decided I am now In Clover. WoW! Once again: thank you, David and all those you worked with.

    Now I can get all the clubs I could want to beat the above Prats over their heads — they’re so dense I don’t think they’ll notice but I’ve gotta try — for some years now. Knowledge is the best defence against propaganda and erroneous opinion.

    In that, we all also owe Joanne and David Evans a great debt for their courage and accuracy. Thank you two, too.

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    This must be the worst post ever on this blog.

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    Bodge it an Scarpa

    Seeing that Trump’s legal team are asking supporters to donate to a ‘fighting fund’, I think we can dismiss reports that Trump et al had set up a Sting operation to catch those involved in election fraud. Those reports may have been deliberate Trump team misinformation as an attempt to scare perpetrators into panicking and acting rashly in fear of their liberty.

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    Bodge it an Scarpa

    Testing.

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    Bodge it an Scarpa

    Testing.

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