We the People Demand An Audit

Tale 1: You go to the doctor for a checkup. A lab tech takes a blood sample and a few days later, the doctor calls you up and says that while your general health outlook appears stable, you have a few lab values that are off that he would like to evaluate, as they may align with symptoms of serious disease. You’re busy and shrug it off, and four years later, die of something that was treatable if attacked early.

Tale 2: You live in a GOP state and have a presidential election. Data experts evaluate the certified results, and some time later they call up the politicians and consultants and say that while the general health appears stable (the state remained Republican) you have a handful of counties that appear to be off that you’d like to evaluate, as they may align with symptoms of serious election fraud. You’re busy searching for donations and allowing this under the table, and four years later, your state is taken over by people it has no intention of electing at all.


Sound familiar? This is the argument for audits. These are OUR ballots and OUR processes, not theirs. This is not just about data. Affidavits are sworn under penalty of perjury and are thus considered evidence.

In Texas, we have countless affidavits alleging drive-through voting fraud, with perps coming through with a handful of drivers licenses and receiving as many ballots to return themselves right in the lane. Ask Bianca Garcia about that.

We have a Democrat operative spilling the beans on the election fraud ring in our country’s third largest city, Houston. We have obvious counties in the reddest parts of Texas that appear to have electronic fraud. Our suburban counties have record GOP growth % on top of an already high total of votes, only to be surpassed by 60-80% democrat vote gains in the same counties in the same year.

And this is just Texas. The politicians cannot deny the people our transparency. They work for us. They need to get that straight. If your state doesn’t think they have an issue, press them to give an opinion on the absolute gutter trash “election” conducted in PA, MI, WI, MN, AZ, NV, GA and ask if they think that disenfranchised the voters and electors of their own state. That was the spirit of Texas vs. Pennsylvania.

History will not remember the names of the cowards who refused to guarantee election integrity. I’m glad they think they’re right – now it is time to prove it. If you prove us wrong, it means you proved we have sustainable elections and thus are doing good things for this country. We will acknowledge that. But you won’t attempt to prove us wrong.

We will persist.

Seth Keshel