Guest post by Jay Valentine as reported at American thinker
The difference between how the Republican ballot works and how leftists work is that leftists make ballots, while Republicans just collect them.
Elections are high stakes. Almost everything is political, and so who controls the legislature gets the goodies.
If you’re a government pro, you live or die depending on whether your team is in power. You do what the pros do: you make sure you control your food source.
The RNC’s laughable ‘outvote-reap the left’ plan is one every sensitive adult knows can’t work. This of course excludes Republican state agents, for whom hope trumps common sense.
Leftists learned early on that running out of ballots to cast on Election Day is like running out of beer on July 4th. They followed this lesson and improvised ingeniously.
Ballot making seems quite easy at first, but has many small complexities. Mastering these complexities gives our friends on the left an unlimited number of ballots to handle any rising MAGA candidate.
Crafting ballots requires two ingredients: an address and a person.
On the person side, leftists are doing all the obvious: registering college kids en masse, campaigning at homeless shelters where vagrants come in and out, building apps, and paying anyone who registers a few dozen new (Wisconsin) voters without caring whether they are eligible voters.
With these techniques and dozens of others, the inventory of names aggregates.
This burgeoning list is permanent — voter integrity teams in most states report that they cannot remove many of these people from voter rolls, even when they prove that these people are long gone. Leftists control most of the apparatus of the electoral commission, so the inventory remains safe.
Try to remove these names from the voters list, and you will be attacked by the left-wing pressthreatened by the Ministry of Justice or doxed on social networks.
The other ingredient for making ballots is the address.
Addresses and voters have fundamentally different characteristics.
Addresses can be misspelled in countless ways and still be considered correct. Addresses don’t move – they’re a piece of land with a number. The addresses don’t have lawyers, and they don’t have 40 years of left-wing judicial opinions to protect anyone challenging their authenticity.
Addresses cannot be fabricated. Voters can.
Leftists can create all the voters they want from homeless shelter lists, but they face one constraint: Each voter must be tied to an address. It is this constraint – fixed addresses – which is the Achilles’ heel of postal electoral fraud.
Addresses conveniently have the world’s most accurate and current database maintained in every county in America – the property tax record. These records are consulted daily by real estate agents making comps. The tax authorities review them monthly, making sure they squeeze every dollar from the citizen for any improvements.
Addresses, dear reader, are the key to stopping the manufacture of ballots.
Addresses weren’t analyzed at scale in great detail — down to square footage, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, year built — because the tools to do so weren’t there. They are now.
The Fractal team has been asked by some state legislatures to compare voter rolls with property tax rolls. They couldn’t do it themselves – they didn’t have the computing power – in a major state. This is why he has Never been done before.
Two adjacent counties may report similar real estate data in different areas. Each county may use a different nomenclature for the same record. Records are stored in relational databases with the address field split into multiple segments – almost impossible to easily resurrect in real time with traditional technology.
These systems were designed to be accessed one file at a time, without comparing the entire database with another.
Comparing detailed property tax records — think 120 columns of information — with voter records comes up when a ballot is mailed out but doesn’t meet an eligible voter.
This week, the Fractal team performed a test. We used current relational SQL technology, which we master, and Fractal to ingest the property tax roll for a large county. The Fractal system was able to complete within hours – with a real-time system giving answers in seconds. After several days, the SQL team reported that the data coming from the county – in an SQL relational file – was so complicated that it would take them several weeks to prepare for real-time recovery.
We were also able to predict response times. Property tax records with Fractal were instantaneous. With SQL, full database comparisons would take days or even an entire week.
Leftists continue to fill voter rolls with vagrants and other transients, but they must tie them to an address. It’s a pretty hard card to hide.
When voters are added to large apartment buildings, leftists cannot add the apartment number, otherwise the rightful resident will likely get that ballot. The trick is to send the ballot to the main address, where it is collected, and the postal service picks it up for the bad guys.
Another strategy is to create an address. 126 Chestnut Street and 130 Chestnut Street are contiguous properties. Our leftists create 128 Chestnut, which does not exist, and will generate a floating ballot.
Often, college dorms are used to send out thousands of ballots to students who left years ago. We’ve told many stories about 106-year-old voters in fraternity houses who are still voting.
Then there are construction sites, where leftists have 224 registered voters in an apartment building – under construction. No roof, no walls, no electricity, but 224 solid votes.
In Florida, our leftist buddies created an entire fake street — then moved real voters onto it — and when the ballots were cast, they piled up. Innovation! Never ceases to impress!
These programs and hundreds of others fail with a single click when real-time real estate property listings come into play. With this single click, one can see all addresses that do not exist in the property roll – but have voters.
Another click shows each apartment building, compared to each voter record, evicting the list, by street, of each person without that unit number – therefore ineligible.
One more click, and every registered voter in a place with more than four people per 500 square feet of living space — thus defying county health regulations — appears.
What we have here is something of real beauty: a government database showing the nonsense in another government database. When leftists say “show me the fraud,” just click — “voters who voted in 2022 who government tax records note are ineligible.”
In 2024, leftists are pulling out all the stops. Hundreds of thousands of American voters will wake up in the 90 days before the election to strangers living in their homes, apartment buildings, the local 7-11 or the vacant lot. These are Trump’s anti-votes.
The difference between 2020 and 2024 is that they will become visible months before the election. They will be challenged the week of their registration. Press conferences will be held on this construction lawn, next to the cement mixer, noting that this address is home to “224 real voters”.
Dare the Department of Justice to step in – property tax rolls dispute an address, not a person. Meet him Undeliverable Ballot Database™.
Now that Fractal makes every address in any county visible, on each of those 120 or more columns, and compares them with voters lists in seconds, from a phone, our friend Achilles from 2024 might find us grabbing him by the heel – or maybe somewhere that hurts even more!
Jay Valentine runs Omega4America, working with state legislators to compare voter rolls with land rolls. Jay led the team that created the eBay Fraud Engine and the TSA’s No-Fly List. Jay’s team delivered the Database of Undeliverable Ballots. Jay can be reached at Omega4America.com and on Twitter at AmericaOme17300.