Jovan Pulitzer, the computer and election forensics experts, joined The Two Mikes for a discussion about election integrity and the 2022 midterm elections.
Mr. Pulitzer began by explaining that the biggest myth in America at the moment is that this country’s elections are “fair elections”. Indeed, there has been nothing “ethical or fair” in U.S. elections for the past forty years.
He explained that Americans have been lulled to sleep by their own indifference and by the authorities arresting and convicting a small handful of cases of “voter fraud” in which a single voter decides he wants to vote more than once and does so without anyone’s assistance.
This satisfies the public that elections are fair, all the while the federal and state governments are conducting “election racketeering” that ensures the election of the people they desire to have in office.
Mr. Pulitzer then went into an impressively detailed discussion of how the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump, using the case of Arizona’s Maricopa County as an example of how the election was rigged, an effort that was powered by mail-in ballots and the use of drop boxes.
We finished the episode by asking Mr. Pulitzer if it is true that we can defeat the Democrats’ cheating on November 8th by ensuring a massive turnout of anti-Biden voters — independents, Republicans, angry Democrats, and mothers seeking to protect their kids from being taught depravity in school. He said yes it is true that such a turnout will prevent the Democrats from cheating in the manner they did in 2020.
He also said that this is a make-or-break moment for loyal Americans, and that with such a turnout and not voting early or by mail-in ballot, we can carry the day.
Mr. Pulitzer also said that any voter noticing anything odd or suspicious at the polls to immediately call his or her local sheriff — not the police or FBI — and report it.
This summary does not do justice to all the new data that Mr. Pulitzer shared with us in a longer- than-usual interview. We Very much believe that it’s well worth while to listen to the whole of it.