Trump Right to Challenge Suspicious Ballot Counting

  • Researcher and Equality Advocate Greshun De Bouse says "This is not a Trump or Biden matter. This is a voting integrity/equality matter."
  • Trump-endorsed Republican-nominated Congressional Candidate Anna Paulina Luna retweeted Greshun De Bouse that "POTUS is right to challenge suspicious ballot counting."
  • "Since findings indicate breach of ballot counting integrity, Trump deserves transparency and equality in ballot counting," says Greshun De Bouse.

It’s pure pandemonium.  The 2020 voting year is perhaps the, or at least one of the most notable in history.  On top of having a pandemic, voting during a pandemic comes with its own set of challenges. Though more persons reportedly voted in election 2020 than any other or most any other election historically-including more women and American of Color voters-the manner in which votes were cast was altered by COVID-19. 

Some such alterations included early voting for all without restrictions being extended to voters as a voting option.  Mail-in voting was a choice for many voters with conditions for increased COVID succeptibility, and social distancing in poll lines was a consideration.  Also, because of the early voting option unrestrictively extended to all this year, long lines and wait times to cast votes was an issue at some poll locations.  Some politicians and layperson voters have publicly stated that the dems allegedly strategically ensured long voting lines and wait times as a form of voter suppression during which time they actually told waiting voters to vote for Joe Biden, or hoped such lengthy lines and waiting conditions would deter persons from casting a vote at all.

There also is the matter of Republican poll watchers allegedly being disallowed access to overseeing the ballot-tabulation process, either by being turned away altogether, or being forced to observe from such a far proximity that they still could not assess the situation and ensure the integrity of the ballot-counting process. To understand the magnitude of this matter from an equality and voter system integrity standpoint, like always, we have Greshun De Bouse-Esteemed Researcher and Equality Advocate whose compelling tweet that “POTUS is right to challenge suspicious ballot counting,” was retweeted by Trump-endorsed Republican-nominated Congressional Candidate Anna Paulina Luna on November 5, 2020.

Greshun had this to say concerning the 2020 presidential election:

Advocate Greshun De Bouse.

President Trump received the most legal votes ever by a sitting president at an amazing 71,000,000.  That speaks volumes about how voters feel about him. He deserves to ensure that all other legal votes cast for him are counted, just like any other sitting president in his position would.  Concerning President Trump’s concession, at this juncture, there is nothing to concede. Much of the media has prematurely ‘projected’ Biden as president-elect. This is journalistic irresponsibility, considering the questionable activity having occurred at many polling stations and relative voter fraud investigations, recounts, and the like that are underway. 

It’s not over until it’s over. It matters not what the naysayer so-called experts/researchers say. I am a researcher and expert as well, and since findings indicate breach of ballot counting integrity, Trump deserves transparency and equality in ballot counting. Interestingly, pre-recount commencement, Trump reportedly had 214 electoral votes. Now post-recount of at least one state, the former 214 has increased at least 18 points.  This alone is indicative of counting discrepancies, and incentive for continued recounts. The ‘Dominion’ voting system used in Michigan allegedly was employed to steal at least 6,000 votes from President Trump and reassign them to Biden.

Postal workers, laypersons, and others in key positions have emerged with sworn statements that they were instructed to perform illegal acts to ensure Biden wins the election. There are countless reports of poll workers being told to erase Trump votes and make them Biden votes (in states with hand-marked ballots that voting machines read afterwards).  Voters in such states have asserted poll workers only would allow them to use pencil to mark the ballots. This is quite questionable and a great facilitator of voter fraud, considering pencil markings are easily erasable. Several accounts of ‘ghost’ ballots of the deceased have been reported, and we all know the deceased can not vote.

As a first-hand recipient of voter suppression via poll-swaying, intimidation, threats, and more, I could continue with stories like the aforementioned, but I state my sentiments with a quoted tweet from Anna Paulina Luna dated November 8, 2020. “This is not about the President at this point. There is no democracy if it is controlled outcomes.” If the integrity of an election is in question to the extent of the 2020 presidential election, any president or presidential candidate has the responsibility to exercise his or her rights to have the matter thoroughly investigated. This is not a Trump or Biden matter.  This is a voting integrity/equality matter.

There you have it.  When Greshun De Bouse speaks, we listen.  It is better for all that all legal votes be counted for both candidates. This way, there will be no doubt of who the actual winner is.  Trump’s electoral votes have increased since a recount was performed. We need to let other recounts happen to see if there are more electoral vote increases for Trump.  I like what Greshun De Bouse said that, “If the integrity of an election is in question to the extent of the 2020 presidential election, any president or presidential candidate has the responsibility to exercise his or her rights to have the matter thoroughly investigated.”  Greshun considers it a responsibility to have voter fraud allegations investigated to preserve the overall integrity of our elections in general.  We are all waiting patiently to see the outcome. Would you concede an election that is not over? No. I wouldn’t. We must wait.

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