As we reported earlier, there was stunning testimony today in the Pennsylvania state senate hearing, with witnesses detailing voting irregularities that they saw in the election.
President Donald Trump excited the hearing, calling in and thanking people for coming forward with the truth.
Multiple witnesses came forward with compelling testimony.
We reported how poll watchers were kept away from being able to actually see what was going on while hundreds of thousands of ballots were counted without real scrutiny… the strange spikes of votes for Joe Biden with hundreds of thousands of votes in 90 minutes being counted for Biden with no more than a couple of thousand for Trump in that time.
But perhaps one of the most striking testimonies was from Gregory Stenstrom. who described himself as a “former Commanding Officer in the Navy, veteran of foreign wars, CEO of my own private company, a data scientist & forensic computer scientist & an expert in security & fraud.” He laid out all the problems he had observed as a poll watcher.
Stenstrom described how USB drives went missing and that the chain of custody for drives and ballots was broken and not followed in accordance with the rules. This is some thread.
“47 USB card are missing”
“My name is Gregory Strenstrom, I am from Delaware county, former Commanding Officer in the Navy, veteran of foreign wars, CEO of my own private company, a data scientist & forensic computer scientist & an expert in security & fraud.” pic.twitter.com/LWz9PWZBb5
— Kanekoa (@KanekoaTheGreat) November 25, 2020
So effectively who know what was going on with all this, because no one was following any of the rules they were supposed to be following, random guy was uploading votes into the machines and 1/3 of the votes, 100,000 he claimed were in question. Yikes.
The difference in the vote in Pennsylvania is just over 80,000 votes.
How did we even get here? Add this to the 150,000 alleged to be in question in Wisconsin and you have an appreciable issue.
Talk about troubling stuff.
Sources: Red State: More Troubling Testimony in PA Senate Hearing: 100,000 Ballots in Question, According to Witness