Nearly 300,000 ballots “disappeared” during transfer from New York to Pennsylvania

Former district attorney and Kansas attorney general Phill Kline says that upwards of 288,000 ballots “disappeared” in Lancaster, Penn., after being shipped there via USPS from Bethpage, New York.

Kline, who directs the Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, claims to have evidence that between “130,000 and 280,000 completed ballots from the 2020 general election had been shipped from Bethpage, New York, before the ballots and the trailer in which they were shipped disappeared” on Oct. 21.

United States Postal Service subcontractor Jesse Morgan is the driver who came forward as a whistleblower to explain that he hauled 24 pallets’ worth of ballots from New York to Pennsylvania, where they vanished not long after that.

As it turns out, transporting prefilled ballots across state lines is a federal crime. Not only that, but other Postal Service workers say that other “widespread illegal efforts” were taken to influence the election in favor of Joe Biden, and many of them have already been in touch with law enforcement about it.

Kline indicated that the FBI, U.S. attorneys, and local prosecutors “who are aware of our evidence” have all been notified about the developments.

Throughout the process of transporting the now-missing ballots, Morgan indicated that Postal Service personnel had exhibited “odd behaviors” that “grossly deviate[d]” from their “normal procedure and behavior.” Morgan also confirmed that the ballots he was transporting had been completed, but that they were addressed to areas other than Lancaster where he was delivering them.

Morgan says he observed these and other anomalies before even finding out that the ballots later disappeared. This only added fuel to the fires of election fraud, prompting Morgan even more so to come forward and spill the beans.

To help in the fight against election fraud, check out attorney Sidney Powell’s Defending the Republic website.

Postal Service subcontractor in Wisconsin says he was told about illegal backdating of ballots

The Amistad Project held an event on Dec. 1 in Arlington, Virginia, to showcase Morgan’s story. The civil liberties preservation group says it has filed numerous lawsuits in recent weeks, including one on Nov. 26 in Michigan.

Morgan’s story corroborates with another from fellow USPS subcontractor Ethan Pease of Madison, Wisconsin. Pease explained how he was told that the Post Office was planning to illegally backdate tens of thousands of ballots received after election day in order to make them count towards the official tally.

Both Pease and Kline explained that the purpose of this backdating was to circumvent the submission deadline for ballots, meaning all of those backdated ballots were received late and should have been discarded.

As to be expected, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul, a Democrat, rejects these claims, alleging that Kline is trying to “disenfranchise voters” by filing lawsuits against them that allege systemic fraud.

The Amistad Project is sticking to its guns, though. The group says it recently obtained a sworn testimony suggesting that “over 300,000 ballots are at issue in Arizona, 548,000 in Michigan, 204,000 in Georgia, and over 121,000 in Pennsylvania.”

In Wisconsin where Pease was made aware of Postal Service voter fraud, an impossibly high percentage of voters is said to have participated in the 2020 election.

We also saw, just like in many other key swing states, that tens of thousands of Biden votes appeared out of nowhere after most Americans went to bed on election night, which is more than just a little bit suspicious.

“This should have been a historical landslide victory for President Trump, but the lousy, no-good-for-nothing Democrat socialist pigs just won’t allow it,” one commenter wrote about the situation.

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“Death to Christians” threats frighten residents of a tenement building in Vienna days after the deadly Islamist terrorist attack

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A few days ago, tenants of a Viennese apartment building in the district of Leopoldstadt noticed threats in their stairwell. They are calling for murder (“Death to Christians”) containing spelling mistakes and glorifying the terrorist attack on the Schwedenplatz square. It is written: “The house will soon belong to us and then the whole world”. The indigestible sentence is also reminiscent of Nazi diction. Supplemented with: “Allah” may the 20-year-old assassin, who murdered four people on November the 2nd, be “merciful”. Concerned neighbours thereupon alerted the Vienna police and filed a complaint. So far it is still unclear who is responsible for the disturbing graffiti. The LVT ( State Office for the Protection of the Constitution and Counter-Terrorism) has already started investigations in this regard.

These are also intended to clarify whether the slogans originate from IS sympathizers or whether Muslims are being deliberately denigrated in the building in Leopoldstadt…

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Pakistan: Rawalpindi, Christian girl murdered by Muslim Simp for refusing to marry him

Sonia was 24 years old and worked as a maid. Shahzad is a photographer and had been proposing for months, even pushing his family to propose marriage. But the girl always refused. After several threats, he killed her on the street on her way to work.

Rawalpindi (AsiaNews) – Sonia, a 24-year-old Christian girl was killed by a young Muslim Shahzad because she refused to marry him. The killing took place last November 30 and the killer is still at large.

Sonia was the daughter of Allah Rakha Masih, who moved 13 years earlier with her family from Faisalabad to Rawalpindi to work as a janitor in a government school.

Sonia’s mother, Teresa, says her two daughters, Sonia and Nazish, 18, work as housekeepers and are a great financial help for the family. Usually they always left together to go to work. On the morning of November 30, Sonia left her sister at the entrance of the Air Force Colony, the neighborhood where they live in a rented house, and headed to Behria Town, where she worked. As she was crossing the G.T. highway, Shahzad shot her in the head and killed her.

The family, warned of the accident, took Sonia to the hospital, where the doctors could only declare her death.

Allah Rakha tells that the family of Shahzad, a Muslim, had met their poor Christian family and asked that Sonia marry Shahzad. But they refused, saying that being Christians, their faith does not allow them to marry people of other faiths. In addition, Allah Rakha explains, Sonia was a “true Christian” and would never agree to change her religion.

Shahzad is a photographer and has a shop in town. He followed and met Sonia several times for at least 4-5 months, and proposed continuously. But she always refused. So he began to threaten her and eventually killed her.

On November 30, Allah Rakha denounced Shahzad and Faizan, a friend of his who helped him escape by motorcycle after the assassination. On December 2, the police arrested Faizan, but Shahzad has not yet been found.

Arabs: Why Is the EU Mourning This Iranian Scientist?

While the European Union has condemned the killing of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, widely regarded as the father of Iran’s modern nuclear program, many Arabs and Muslims expressed relief over the assassination.

By condemning the killing of Fakhrizadeh, the EU has found itself on the side of Palestinian terror groups such as the Iran-backed Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. These factions, together with Lebanon’s Hezbollah terror group, another Iran proxy, and the Muslim Brotherhood, have also voiced outrage over the killing of the scientist.

Iran’s proxies are upset , apparently, because they view the killing of the scientist as an obstacle to achieving Tehran’s goal of eliminating the “Zionist entity.”

The Iranians must be very satisfied with the EU for expressing its condolences to the family of Fakhrizadeh and others who may have been killed in the attack on his convoy.

Iran-backed terror groups and their leaders also offered their condolences over the killing of the scientist. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, in a phone call with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, offered his condolences “on behalf of the Palestinian leadership and Hamas.”

Other Arabs and Muslims, however, said this week that they cannot understand those who are mourning the death of a dangerous man whose main job was to manufacture nuclear weapons.

The words of these Arabs and Muslims, of course, are also directed to the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, whose spokesperson issued a statement on November 28, 2020, denouncing the assassination of Fakhrizadeh as a “criminal act,” and saying it “runs counter to the principle of respect for human rights the EU stands for.” The statement read:

“The High Representative expresses his condolences to the family members of the individuals who were killed, while wishing a prompt recovery to any other individuals who may have been injured.”

Saudi writer Tareq Al-Hameed reminded the EU and Iran’s proxies that Fakhrizadeh was not just some an innocent, well-meaning scientist.

“There is no gloating about death, but the Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a commander in the [Iranian] Revolutionary Guard, was not the scientist who discovered the anti-coronavirus vaccine, but the scientist called the father of the Iranian nuclear bomb,” Al-Hameed wrote.

“Rather, this Iranian scientist’s project is an evil project and an evil scheme for the region as a whole. It is important to shed light on those who hastened to express condolences to the Iranians. The first mourners, of course, who considered the killing of the Iranian scientist a terrorist act were Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Turkey, Qatar and the Assad regime in Syria. The condemnation of the killing of the Iranian scientist by these terrorist parties, or states that support terrorism, such as Turkey and Qatar, is an indication of the identification between these countries and Iran.”

Hameed went on to say that those who condemned the killing of the scientist are “symbols of hypocrisy in our region.” Otherwise, he added, “how can they condemn the killing of a man who devoted his life to making a sinister bomb for an evil regime, but they do not condemn Iran’s killing of innocent people in the region. Iran kills Syrians, Iraqis, and Lebanese, and destroys Yemen, and sponsors all terrorist groups in our region.”

Hameed called for “denouncing and shaming” those who are mourning Fakhrizadeh and condemning his assassination.

Saudi political analyst Mohammed Al-Saaed wrote that “disrupting the Iranian regime’s access to nuclear weapons is a long-term service to humanity.” He said that it was “not reasonable for a backward, repressive terrorist regime to obtain a nuclear weapon.” Iran, Al-Saeed pointed out, sees nuclear weapons as a tool “that enables it to occupy the rest of the world.”

Al-Saeed said that the mullahs of Tehran “do not possess the minimum of Islamic morals that prevent them from committing atrocities, and their record is rife with crimes. Iraq, Yemen and Lebanon are examples.”

Referring to the rulers of Iran, Al-Saeed remarked:

“We are talking about a gang that hijacked Iran, and its defeated people became its captive. It seeks to hijack the entire region, fueled by intense hatred for the Arab. Is it acceptable to allow it to produce nuclear weapons and use them to kill millions of people?”

Emirati writer Muhammad Nafe pointed out that those who are shedding tears over the killing of the Iranian scientist “forgot that he is responsible for the most dangerous program for Iran’s manufacture of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles which threaten the security and safety of the entire region.”

Nafe wondered why those who were mourning the killing of Fakhrizadeh have been silent about the chaos and instability the Iranian regime has instigated in several Arab countries, including Iraq, Syria and Yemen, as well as the persecution of thousands of Iranians at home.

He said that the “dangerous alliance” between the Islamists and the Iranian regime has wreaked havoc on the Arab world. The Arabs, he added, “have now become more aware of the seriousness of this alliance.”

Unlike the EU, Saudi political analyst Abdullah Otaibi is also not mourning the killing of the Iranian scientist. In fact, Otaibi reminded the Europeans and the rest of the world that the Iranian regime “did not hesitate to use the weapon of assassinations” in the past four decades against its political opponents.

“The Iranian regime has chosen assassinations too as one of its weapons… All branches of the Iranian regime in the region use the same method in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon, where Hezbollah carried out assassinations over a long period of time. These crimes are one of the Iranian regime’s favorite weapons.”

Otaibi, expressing support for the killing of Fakhrizadeh, issued a warning. He cautioned that the Iranian regime was now hoping that Joe Biden would restore Barack Obama’s “record of submission to and fear of Iran,” paving the way for a return to the “flawed” nuclear deal between the superpowers and Iran.

Judging from the reactions of these and other Arabs and Muslims, it seems they understand that the Iranian regime is always on the lookout to subvert security and stability in the Middle East. They are frankly disgusted by the EU and other hypocrites who have condemned the killing of Fakhrizadeh. Moreover, these Arabs and Muslims are sending an emphatic message to Biden: The Iranian regime remains a mortal threat, and a return to the nuclear deal reached under the Obama administration would be seen by many Arabs and Muslims as a calamitous betrayal and a deadly threat to their countries, as well as to Israel.

Mozambique Terrorist Group Poised to Establish an Islamic Emirate

  • Radical Muslims from Kenya and Tanzania are transforming what was initially a low-intensity ethnic rebellion, into a full-fledged Islamic jihad against Mozambique’s central government.
  • Ansar al-Sunna, estimated to consist of about 20 cells operating throughout northeast Mozambique, is responsible for the murders of about 2,000 people, mostly civilians.
  • The terrorist group has driven approximately 200,000 people from their homes and burdened the majority Christian country’s central government.
  • The Islamic State’s Central African Province may have bigger plans for Mozambique’s Ansar al-Sunna. If the terrorists are able to establish an Emirate under Sharia in Cabo Delgado Province, it could serve as a jihadi model, threatening the stability of other states in southern Africa. Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, as well as Africa’s Indian Ocean states of the Comoros and Madagascar, could be targeted.

Sidney Powell: Trump team to prove its case in court within the next two weeks

Trump lawyer Sidney Powell said the president’s team will put forward its claims in court “within the next two weeks.” Powell’s statement came amid from conservatives to present proof that election fraud via voting system manipulation occurred in the Nov. 3 elections.

During a Nov. 20 interview with Fox Business, the lawyer insinuated that the Trump team had “significant evidence of foreign interference” in the elections: “We have evidence now of information from the systems going to three or four different foreign countries during the time of the election. Those countries themselves could have watched the live votes come in and changed the numbers.”

According to Powell, the Trump campaign has “more evidence now than half the prison population is imprisoned on.” She added that the campaign’s evidence was “mathematically irrefutable by experts,” including three Princeton University professors. Furthermore, Powell reiterated the evidence “proves the same thing” – that individual poll watchers saw “votes come in” and “the machines manipulated.” However, she did not provide evidence or point to any figures during the interview.

Dominion Voting Systems came forward to clear its name of vote fraud allegations

Powell also took shots at Dominion Voting Systems, the firm who made the election software used during the polls, for its ties with “the worst communist countries on the Earth.” However, the company came forward and denied the Trump campaign’s claim that its software could be manipulated to overturn any election.

“Dominion is plainly a non-partisan American company with no ties to Venezuela or Cuba,” the company told news outlets Nov. 19. It added: “Vote counts are conducted by county and state election officials. Our systems support tabulation by those officials alone.” According to the company, it did not have any vote tabulation software installed in some contested areas such as Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Dane County in Wisconsin.

Dominion also clarified that it has no ties with Smartmatic, another election company established by Venezuelan engineers. The only ties Dominion had with Smartmatic was then the former purchased assets from Sequoia, previously a Smartmatic subsidiary, in 2010. In its website, Dominion emphasized that it is an “entirely separate company” from and “a fierce competitor” to Smartmatic. (Related: Dominion Voting Systems is not PCI compliant and failed 10 of 12 requirements.)

The election software firm also reiterated that Dominion employees can neither access nor operate the ballot adjudication system. Only election authorities using secure and verifiable account credentials can access the adjudication system, and election laws in all states require representatives from both parties to adjudicate ballots.

Both Dominion and Smartmatic have not responded to The Epoch Times’ requests for comment.

Conservatives have been pressuring Powell to present evidence to back up her claims of vote fraud

Powell’s statements followed calls by conservatives such as Fox News host Tucker Carlson, Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) and others to present pertinent evidence backing up the vote fraud claims.

In a Nov. 20 opinion piece, Carlson said that Powell “never sent … any evidence, despite a lot of polite requests.” He continued: “When we kept pressing, she got angry and told us to stop contacting her. When we checked with others around the Trump campaign, people in positions of authority, they also told us that Powell had never given them any evidence to prove anything.”

The Fox News host commented that while Powell said “electronic voting is dangerous,” she never demonstrated that a single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another.”

On the other hand, the Trump lawyer told Fox Business that Carlson was “insulting, demanding and rude,” so she told him “not to contact me again.” Powell added that she sent an affidavit to the Fox News host and offered him another witness who could “explain the math and the statistical evidence far better.” (Related: Sidney Powell says nationwide election audit needed to expose widespread vote fraud.)

The Trump campaign later cut ties with Powell Nov. 22. A statement by other Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis read: “Sidney Powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the Trump legal team … [and] also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity.”

Powell acknowledged the release by Ellis and Giuliani, and told CBS News in a separate statement that she “will continue to represent [Americans]” whose votes for Trump and other Republicans were stolen by massive vote fraud. gives you the latest on the Trump campaign’s fight against widespread fraud during the pollss

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Situation Update – Dec. 4th – Offensive cyber warfare mechanisms activated, election outcome now bending toward national defense scenario

Today’s Situation Update (for Dec. 4th) has been published and is linked below. Note that thanks to the rapidly unfolding post-election situation in America, we will be publishing updates on both Saturday and Sunday, so check back for those.

This particular update discusses some of the “smoking gun” video evidence of vote fraud in Georgia, as well as the “20 binders” of fraud evidence from Nevada. But the real discussion in this update concerns the “national security option” which increasingly appears to be the most likely outcome stemming from Election Day treason and cyber warfare carried out by Democrats, globalists and the CIA.

Not only do we know that President Trump invoked language from his 2018 Executive Order in his historic Dec. 2nd speech — thereby providing the full public justification for Secretary of Defense Chris Miller to start issuing all necessary orders — we also know that many other critical documents and secret orders were put in place between 2018 and the 2020 election:

  • Trump’s 2018 Executive Order states that persons or organizations are guilty of foreign interference (acts of war) against the United States if they, “have directly or indirectly engaged in, sponsored, concealed, or otherwise been complicit in foreign interference in a United States election.” This includes, “to have materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or in support of, any activity” related to the election theft.
  • 10 USC, Section 394. Subtitle A, Part 1, Chapter 19 describes the role of conventional military forces in dealing with cyber warfare (election theft) and specifically focuses that power in the hands of the Secretary of Defense, who is now Chris Miller: “The Secretary of Defense shall develop, prepare, and coordinate; make ready all armed forces for purposes of; and, when appropriately authorized to do so, conduct, military cyber activities or operations in cyberspace, including clandestine military activities or operations in cyberspace, to defend the United States and its allies, including in response to malicious cyber activity carried out against the United States…”
  • We also learned that the United States Code specifically calls for these defensive operations to be conducted in secret, which is why the so-called “rendition flights” are not yet public knowledge: “…a military activity or military operation carried out in cyberspace, or associated preparatory actions, authorized by the President or the Secretary that (A) is marked by, held in, or conducted with secrecy, where the intent is that the activity or operation will not be apparent or acknowledged publicly.”
  • In addition, we became aware that President Trump announced a new doctrine of “offensive cyber operations” on Sep. 20, 2018, just eight days after signing his “foreign interference” EO. As described by The Washington Post, this new doctrine swept away Obama-era doctrines: “The strategy incorporates a new classified presidential directive that replaced one from the Obama administration… It allows the military and other agencies to undertake cyber operations intended to protect their systems and the nation’s critical networks.”
  • Then, finally, we learned that President Trump issued a new National Security Presidential Memoranda (NSPM) #13 in 2018, which covers “offensive cyber operations. He kept this directive hidden from Congress for 17 months. The exact language of this NSPM is still classified and has not been released to the public. Here’s a list of all the NSPMs, but notably, “offensive cyber operations” is a secret and is not publicly shown.
  • Trump is now poised to veto the reauthorization of the NDAA in order to force lawmakers to repeal Sec. 230. The NDAA grants special powers to the Commander-In-Chief to declare American citizens to be “enemy combatants” and to detain them without trial. But Trump doesn’t need the NDAA during times of war, which is exactly the scenario under which the 2020 election took place.
  • In addition, Trump is now working to clean up the CIA. Former director Gina Haspel has likely already been fired, and now Federal News Network is reporting that one of the top information technology officials in the DoD, the “deputy CIO” (Chief Information Officer) has been reinserted back into the CIA. His name is Peter Ranks. A DoD spokesperson describes Peter’s accomplishments: “Under his leadership, we’ve made great advances in execution of the DoD Cloud Strategy and development of the software modernization approach while supporting the entirety of the DoD workforce with remote work capabilities during the pandemic…”

The obvious, rational realization in all this is that since 2018, Trump has put in place a cyber warfare battle plan for America, and that plan was initiated on November 3rd with the real-time trapping of treasonous actors as they tried to steal the election.

Importantly, those who committed election theft fell right into the trap by tripping into “national security” traps which moves their prosecution out of civil or criminal courts and into military courts. This point cannot be overstated. This is how Trump achieves a flanking maneuver around corrupt judges in traditional courts.

It also underscores why much of the activity taking place right now is not known to the public. It’s all covered under the secrecy provisions mentioned above.

What we should all expect to see in the very near future (weeks at most) is historic assertions of military authority, followed by an acceleration of arrests of traitors, public confessions and a wave of resignations of Democrat leaders from Congress. The result will be Trump in the White House, a GOP-run Senate, a GOP-run House and a conservative SCOTUS. As a bonus, if Trump exercises his full authority to seize corporations which aided and abetted the cyber warfare attack on America, we may also see CNN, the Washington Post, Twitter, Facebook, Google and other treasonous operations seized or shut down.

Listen to the full analysis here: