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NYC Officials Held SECRET And ILLEGAL Meeting Over Fraudulent Vote Count?


The hypocrisy is STUNNING.

Democrats just couldn’t seem to keep their mouths closed when we made allegations of voter fraud. To them we were uneducated rubes peddling baseless conspiracy theories, and clinging to copies of The Constitution, and our guns.

The idea that our elections were somehow impregnable is laughable to us, but to them it was embedded in the laws of physics.

Oh how the tables have turned!

We recently reported on how New York City’s latest elections didn’t go over so well, and now it comes out that 135,000 fake ballots were added to the count.

Liberals have tried to paint our allegations of election fraud as some sort of circus over the last seven months, but now election fraud has occurred in the heart of one of their largest strongholds—New York City.

As Frank Sinatra once famously said “if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere”, if election fraud is possible in the world’s reigning metropolis, one of the most heavily regulated areas on the planet—it can happen anywhere.

Here’s what we currently know:

The New York Post revealed the secret meeting:

Red-faced city election officials held an apparently illegal, secret meeting Wednesday to discuss the botched vote count that threw the Democratic mayoral primary into chaos, The Post has learned.

Board of Elections President Fred Umane said the board was briefed by staffers about the colossal screw-up that led to 135,000 fake ballots from a test run of the BOE’s computer system mistakenly being included in preliminary results released Tuesday afternoon.

Umane, a Manhattan Republican, said that the test ballots came from one borough but that “the error was made in the general office.”

“We’re still trying to do the investigation. The problem has been rectified,” he said.


The Associated Press reports:

Then the Board of Elections tweeted that it was aware of “a discrepancy” in its report on ranked choice voting results. It didn’t initially explain what that discrepancy was, even as it pulled the data from its website.

Just before 10:30 p.m. it released a statement saying that 135,000 ballot images it had put into its computer system for testing purposes had never been cleared.

“The Board apologizes for the error and has taken immediate measures to ensure the most accurate up to date results are reported,” it said in a statement.

The results initially released Tuesday, and then withdrawn, were incomplete to begin with because they didn’t include any of the nearly 125,000 absentee ballots cast in the Democratic primary.

The Associated Press removed Tuesday’s vote update from its published vote count after the board pulled the results.

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