SharpieGate Rides Again! Why Did Kelly Dixon of Maricopa Demand Markers for Election Day Fraud and then Delete Her Twitter Profile!?
Her LinkedIn profile fairly bulges with glowing recommendations. She is, to all appearances, the most dedicated and professional of Human Resource experts.
So why did Kelly Dixon (@kellycanhire), the Maricopa County Elections Recruitment and Training Assistant Director, order election workers to hand out ballpoint pens from 10/23 through 11/2 and then suddenly switch to MARKERS on Election Day?
Why, oh why!?! And why did she delete her Twitter account around 10:50 a.m. CST today when it all came to light!? (Don't worry. I've got the screenshots!)
153,762 Ways to Digitally Steal A Presidential Election Including Qsnatch, Hammer, Scorecard and Programming Party Preference Rejection
The Left's ridiculously thorough (and very temporary!) "theft" of the 2020 election reminds me of an old joke: "That man has muscles in places I don't even have places."
The Left has fraud in places the Republicans don't even have places!(Including servers seized by the US Military in Frankfurt, Germany.)
For the past nine days, like you I've been glued to Twitter, kicked off Twitter, back on Twitter, re-glued to Twitter, taking screenshots of every new method of election fraud as it was discovered or theorized. You have to be quick to grab the screenshots before Twitter deletes them!
Lately the geeks have come to the fore, wielding their patriotism as they do best by patiently combing through line after line of code, finding hole after glitch after anomaly in the Dominion et al systems or as one cheeky geek called them, "Dominion's selling points."
Here for your reading enjoyment are 153,762 (give or take a few) ways to digitally steal an election. (The slideshows can be manually paused, rewound or advanced so you can read them at your leisure.)
Wife, caregiver, writer, patriot. Click here to learn more about me, my husband Michael and his courageous battle against terminal lung disease.