A report has emerged on the integrity of the 2020 Presidential election which established that there were serious problems with the voting systems used to tabulate vote counts, at the same time one County Commissioner in that same county is trying to hide election details from the public.
An election assessment conducted in a Pennsylvania county months ago and quietly released to the public in recent weeks uncovered five errors, including three linked to Dominion Voting Systems, whose election management system is used in the county, the assessing firm said.
Wake Technology Services Inc. (Wake TSI), a Pennsylvania-based firm, conducted the assessment in Fulton County. Workers visited the county’s offices late last year and about a month later, on Feb. 9.
The assessment was meant to review the mail-in ballots in the county and explore whether conduct relating to absentee ballot requests, distribution, receipt, and counting were in line with federal and commonwealth guidelines, Wake TSI said in the 93-page report that was quietly published on the county’s website, with no public fanfare, in May.
Lisa Deeley, Chair of the City Commissioners, wants people to look away from the data and stay in lockstep with the Democrat Party. She posted a series of tweets in early June that indicate her personal preference for election errors that benefit her political party.
“The so-called ‘audit’ happening in Arizona is a national embarrassment, we should not be bringing bad ideas like that to PA just to appease some guy in Florida. The ‘audits’ in Maricopa County, AZ, and Fulton County, PA have made elections less secure, not more, as both counites have given up chain of custody of their voting equipment which now should be replaced.
We should be working together to make it easier to vote and pass commonsense improvements, such as eliminating the secrecy envelope and extending precanvasing, that will make election administration easier, not make it harder while leaving counties with huge costs,” Deely wrote on Twitter
The 'audits' in Maricopa County, AZ and Fulton County, PA have made elections less secure, not more, as both counites have given up chain of custody of their voting equipment which now should be replaced.
— Lisa Deeley (@DeeleyforPhilly) June 4, 2021
Western Journal reported on Deeley, and her prior issues with following the law, in Nov. of 2020:
“The 2020 election was a week ago, but there are still plenty of unanswered questions about ballot integrity and security across the country.
And that doesn’t even cover the integrity of elected officials. To ensure free and fair elections, the people presiding over them should be upstanding, unbiased citizens.
Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case — especially, it seems, in swing states and cities.
Take Lisa Deeley. As chair of the city commissioners of Philadelphia, she leads a bipartisan board charged with overseeing the integrity of the city’s elections.
Last year, Deeley lost her notary license after 24 years for failing to check a woman’s identification before notarizing her signature, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Out of 74,000 notary licenses in Pennsylvania, the State Department revokes about 20 licenses per year.
Deeley — who is a Democrat — entered into a consent agreement with the city, in which she agreed to violate notary rules, though she has also said she is simply a good person who made a mistake.
According to the consent agreement, in April 2010 and January 2011, Charles J. Costello and a woman who was supposedly his wife brought her documents to notarize. The documents were waivers that renounced the wife’s claim to death benefits afforded to her through her husband’s job.”
Perhaps Deely just doesn’t like any laws? Americans need to pay closer attention to all elections.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776