ONE VOTE MATTERS – How Weighted Race Distribution and One California Vote Brings Entire 2020 Election into Question

Posted by $ Dobrien 2 months, 1 week ago to History
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The practice of allocating votes through a computer algorithm is known as weighted race distributions. This is basically awarding votes to the candidate of choice. It is done by multiplying votes by percentages and allocating votes to candidates based on these results. Each vote should equal one vote. But in the weighted race distribution method, votes are the equivalent of percentages and are allocated and counted based on these preset distribution percents. Using the WEIGHTED RACE DISTRIBUTION method in US Presidential elections is illegal.
The fact that voting machines in the US have this ability is shocking and concerning.

How do we know weighted race distributions occurred in the 2020 election? One vote provides undisputed evidence that this method of vote counting was in place in the 2020 election and in all places, the vote was cast in California. As noted above, rather than count the vote as one vote for either President Trump or Biden, the vote was allocated 66% to Biden and 32% to Trump with the remaining percent allocated to a third-party candidate.

This proves the vote was allocated based on a preset determination.

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  • Posted by $ BobCat 2 months, 1 week ago
    This proof of fraud should be “intuitively obvious to the most casual of observers”, but then again, the sheeples don’t ever observe anything other than their own comfort ... and the courts continue to wear blinders...
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  • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 2 months ago
    Thanks, Dan, forgot all about these little perversions...wondered about it during the voting tallies but the bigger stories got my/our attention.
    Amazing they got away with is for so long...should have been Headlined when it first was noticed.
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