What’s Your State of Election Fraudulency?

Back on December 5th, 2020, shortly after the 2020 Presidential Election – where Joseph ROBinette Biden* Jr. received more votes than any other Presidential Candidate in history from the “most secure [election] in history” thanks to “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization ever” (but, I digress) – I posted the following:

“…right now the issue isn’t whether President Trump or Senator Biden wins or loses; the issue is much bigger: Whether America’s Election Process is permanently lost…or, “unlost”.”

And showed this image of possible election impropriety:

(Click image to enlarge)

2020 Contested Presidential Election

Well, it seems US Army Intelligence Officer Captain Seth Keshel has been crunching the 2020 Election voting results since June 26th, 2021 and after analyzing each state he’s produced this amazing nationwide heat map of possible election irregularities by state:

Image Source: Captain Seth Keshel, from Telegram

Looking at Seth Keshel’s Telegram feed it’s clear he’s invested a lot of thought, time, and effort into analyzing each state’s voter characteristics and presenting his results state-by-state to create the overall chart show above.

If you have the time it’s well worth it to see how your state did: Just click on the map and then enter your state into the search box on Captain Keshel’s Telegram feed.

And remember: Every lost, duplicated, fraudulent, or simply illegal vote represents one legitimate voter’s voice which is neither heard or democratically represented.

As Seth telegraphed on August 3rd, 2021:

“I secretly chuckle to myself – knowing that my work can never be proven wrong without FULL FORENSIC AUDITS.

Come on – prove me wrong!”

Here’s a really big tip of the ol’  Red Sox cap to Mr. Keshel, and

Thanks for Reading!

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