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135,000 TEST BALLOTS Have Been Thrown Out In Democrat Mayoral Primary In New York


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Friends, this is absolutely big news when it comes to exposing election fraud.

The NYC Board of Elections has admitted they “mistakenly” counted over 135,000 test ballots which has sent the Democrat Mayoral Primary into an absolute frenzy.

The discovery of the ballots only came after the frontrunner Democrat Eric Adams was cut down by two points over his competitor Democrat Kathryn Garcia.

Adams spoke against the massive dump of votes and went on record saying “the vote total just released by the Board of Elections is 100,000-plus more than the total announced on election night” and demanded that Board of Elections to give an explanation for the excess votes.

The Board of Elections later fixed their mistake only after being called out and sent out a statement which read the “the discrepancy in numbers came from the results of the election night results mistakenly being combined with test results that were done before primary day”.

It appears Democrats are now even deciding to report on the realities of voter fraud; 135,000 votes is not a small number!

Eric Adams is a retired police officer so it’s no wonder why 135,000 votes came out of nowhere.

CNN actually covered the voting discrepancy that occurred:

The campaign to become New York City’s next mayor has come in for another twist.

On Tuesday, the City Board of Elections released new numbers that suggested Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams’ lead in the Democratic primary had narrowed in the first set of tabulated ranked-choice voting results. Former Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, in this preliminary count, had nearly closed the gap, giving Adams a two-point lead.

But within hours of the new figures coming online, the board backtracked — following questions from the Adams campaign and others — and acknowledged a “discrepancy” in its counting process. It subsequently removed the data from its website. Late Tuesday night, the body put out another statement, this time revealing it had mistakenly included 135,000 test vote records in the initial tally. The count will be re-run once the slate is cleared.

“Board staff has removed all test ballot images from the system and will upload election night results, cross-referencing against election night reporting software for verification,” the BOE said through its Twitter account. “The cast vote record will be re-generated and the RCV rounds will be re-tabulated.”

The mess amounted to a realization of many New Yorkers’ well-founded worries over the board’s capacity to competently manage the ranked-choice system, which is making its citywide debut. The BOE has a rotten reputation in the city and is widely regarded as a hub for political patronage jobs. Tuesday’s count was, in itself, a dry run ahead of the final count, which will not take place for weeks, as absentee ballots are cross-checked and, in some cases, cured if voters respond to notices about minor errors.

CNBC got the scoop too:

This is not how New York City wanted its first foray into ranked-choice voting to go.

After preliminary tabulations from the NYC Board of Elections on Tuesday showed Eric Adams crossing the 50 percent threshold in Round 11 of ranked-choice voting for the Democratic candidate for mayor, there were more questions than answers by the end of the night.

Adams was quick to respond with skepticism toward the result numbers initially posted. He questioned the BOE’s total tally of votes as compared to what was announced on primary night.

“The vote total just released by the Board of Elections is 100,000-plus more than the total announced on election night, raising serious questions. We have asked the Board of Elections to explain such a massive increase and other irregularities before we comment on the Ranked Choice Voting projection,” Adams said in a statement, adding that the campaign is “confident that Eric Adams will be the next mayor of New York.”

About two hours after that announcement was made, the BOE took down the results on their website, which instead stated that the unofficial results would be coming Wednesday. The site later only produced an error message.

Later in the evening, the Board of Elections released a statement clarifying where the discrepancy in numbers came from, saying it was a result of the election night results mistakenly being combined with test results that were done before primary day. The test ballots had not been cleared from the system before the BOE conducted the first round of ranked-choice voting results, the BOE said, which meant an additional 135,000 test ballots had been counted as real ones.

“Board staff has removed all test ballot images from the system and will upload election night results, cross-referencing against election night reporting software for verification. The cast vote record will be re-generated and the RCV rounds will be re-tabulated,” the BOE said, apologizing for the mix-up.

Before the results were taken down, they showed Adams edge former sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia by just under 16,000 votes (Adams getting 51.1% of the vote to Garcia’s 48.9%) in the calculations, which were never official or final.

Notice how that the 135,000 votes were not found in a Republican primary but rather a Democrat primary.

It’s unfortunate that the mainstream media will report fraud that occurred in a mayoral race but refuse to even mention the reported fraud that occurred in the 2020 Presidential election.



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