Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Is It Too Little, Too Late?

 I have written before about Jay Valentine.  He's the guy who runs a team of people that advises law enforcement, insurance companies and others about fraud.  He and his team are consulted by some very sophisticated people about how fraud is committed and what to do about it.  He has another article today at the American Thinker entitled The Sovereign Crime of Industrial Scale Vote Fraud. He starts out with this:

Recently our team was invited to meet with 2020 election fraud investigators in downtown Austin. Our team, with some of the top criminal profiling talent in the country, was happy to attend. At the last minute, our new pals cancelled their meeting. Since we changed our schedules and lost those days, we decided to hold our own confab.

The point? The government was in on the fraud by averting its eyes to obvious in your face fraud. That is what is meant by "Sovereign Crime." It occurs elsewhere, but this is the first time Americans have seen it here.

Sovereign crime is not something we see a lot of in America as our governmental institutions are generally not organized to commit, support or hide a crime.
Most Americans have never seen an organized crime take place, in plain view, supported by or covered up by governmental institutions. But it happens all the time around the world, even in some countries that are quite Westernized.
Sovereign crime means your government was a participant, active or passive, enabling vote fraud.

Valentine goes on to document the many ways that the government, at the State and Federal levels, were either involved by participating in the fraud, or were complicit in ignoring it. And when it was brought to the attention of the courts, they dismissed it rather than try the cases brought to them on the merits. The 80 million Trump voters have a right to feel betrayed by the government and the courts.

But wait...there's more! The experts say that fraudsters do not stop on their own.
The team, educated in some of the most sophisticated organized fraud tactics, posited that this was not a dry run. Their thesis is that if one were to seriously evaluate the balloting in many states for 2014, 2016 and 2018, one will find traces of what happened in 2020. That project is under discussion.
Their second thesis is that this is not over by any means. This kind of election fraud was hugely successful. If one even questions the 2020 election, one can be banned from social media and labeled e a “conspiracy theorist” by sovereign governmental agencies.
The team believes the best is yet to come.
Fraud perps are greedy and when left to commit fraud, for which there was likely millions of dollars in remuneration either presently or in the future, they are not going to stop. As fraudsters recognize that national law enforcement refuses to investigate and the courts will not look at evidence, they are emboldened. Who wouldn’t be?
Repulicans are beginning to wake up. Indeed, even a few Democrats are beginning to understand that if this industrial scale election fraud continues that their government will be out of their control too. The question is, is it too little, too late?

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