Matthew in the middle | Finally, there is evidence of electoral fraud! – Time standard
We finally have proof of electoral fraud from our last election. No, not that bogus “voter audit” hoax in Maricopa County, Arizona, and now in Fulton County, Georgia.
Suzanne Morphew, a woman from Chaffee County, Colorado, went missing in May 2020. Her husband, Barry Morphew, had been on all local media pleading for people to locate his missing wife. There were flyers with her picture posted all over town, “Did you see my missing wife?” It appears her husband Barry signed his ballot on the witness line without his signature, even though his wife had been missing for six months. The Chaffee County Clerk and Recorder was wary of the possibility that a missing woman could vote and reported it to law enforcement. It turns out Barry killed his wife and then sent out a fraudulent ballot. Yes, he voted twice for the former president. I told you, it was rigged!
So there we now have proof that the 2020 election had voter fraud. Out of over 155 million votes cast last November, the number of fraudulent votes cast was probably around 15 and I just documented one for you.
Big tech wasn’t happy with the former president, so they kicked him off Twitter and Facebook for constantly lying and inciting violence to overthrow our democracy. In case you didn’t know, he now has a blog. No, I am not making this up. He is no longer limited to 140 characters and he can post his random thoughts 10-20 times a day with all CAPITAL letters and lots of exclamation marks !! Last week he posted: “The entire database in Maricopa County Arizona has been DELETED!” This was not the case. He lied again.
The other Bill Gates (not the tech billionaire Casanova) is vice chairman of the Maricopa County, Arizona board of directors. Last week he said, “It’s time to say enough is enough. It’s time to push back on the “big lie”. We need to. We have to do it as a member of the Republican Party…. You leased the old name of the Arizona State Senate to crooks and crooks, who collect hard-earned money from our fellow citizens even as your contractors parade around the Coliseum (venue of the vote-counting effort) on the hunt for bamboo and what they call “ cinematic artifacts ” while also glowing purple lights for the effect. None of these things are done as part of a serious audit. The result is that the Arizona Senate is being ridiculed in every corner of the globe and our democracy is in jeopardy.
Sorry for the long “cut and paste”, but it was an elected Republican declaiming the facts. Yes, I know facts and truth are frowned upon in GOP circles, but it’s time to get off the crazy train. In the GOP, it’s now okay to say, “Joe Biden is our president”, as long as you don’t say “Biden won the 2020 election”. Because that means the former president lost and he never loses anything except two marriages, three casinos, dozens of commercial and registered products and one presidential election, 60 subsequent election lawsuits, but you get the derivative. No elected Republican can publicly say that the former president lost the 2020 election, or the base will hold a patriotic rally (insurgency) in his regional office.
Last week, the San Luis Obispo County Supervisory Board made public comments on proposed future changes to allow in-person voting only on election day. Over three hours with 170 anonymous callers who phoned recorded public comments, including all the conspiracy theories heard on Fox News, OAN, Breitbart and InfoWars, mostly against Dominion Voting Systems. Some appellants also attacked County Election Officer Tommy Gong, a third generation Chinese-American, including one appellant accusing him of being a member of the Chinese Communist Party. Like I said, crazy train.
It’s part of the Republican strategy to create media weapons of mass distraction by making rubies who don’t read say they don’t trust the electoral process unless their candidate wins. All because of a petulant man, whose ego cannot stand the fact that he lost an election. He is therefore ready to burn the GOP and the country to save face. I remind you that the Republicans did much better last November than the Democrats, except for the top of the ticket.
Matthew Owen resides in Eureka and believes the First Amendment allows free speech, even when married to a Humboldt County supervisor.