Were the California elections fixed too? 13 congressional candidates think so

Posted on June 16, 2021 6:52 am

Citing irregularities, GOP candidates push case to Ninth Circuit

Staff Report

Plaintiff Buzz Patterson is a NYT best selling author, Air Force combat pilot and former military advisor to President Bill Clinton.

San Francisco – Thirteen congressional candidates intend to take their fight for fair and honest elections in California to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, a nonpartisan elections watchdog group announced on Wednesday.

The plaintiffs, who include a former military advisor to President Bill Clinton, are challenging laws, regulations and election practices creating an environment ripe for irregularities, according to the Election Integrity Project California.

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“This is a potentially groundbreaking case that challenges the blatantly unconstitutional election practices taking place in California and increasingly, in other parts of the country” said Linda Paine, president of EIPCa.

“Unlike other recent election cases, it is forward looking, seeking to create a transparent election process for all future elections.”

700 sworn affidavits

In January, the candidates, all Republicans, sued numerous county and state election officials in federal court, including Gov. Gavin Newson, charging that they violated several clauses of the U.S Constitution, allowing fraud to occur in the Nov. 3 election.

The Los Angeles-based Primary Law Group filed the suit after EIPCa collected some 700 sworn affidavits from trained citizen observers that described various irregularities during the election.

The complaint also examines how California laws like ballot harvesting, and last-minute changes like privileging vote-by-mail voting over in-person voting, disadvantaged minority groups.

“The conduct of the 2020 election eviscerated citizen oversight, caused mass irregularities and opportunities for fraud, and violated the rights of lawful voters, citizen observers, and candidates,” the complaint stated.

Violate the 14th Amendment

Practices that promote the casting of illegal or unreliable ballots fail to contain basic minimum guarantees and violate the Fourteenth Amendment, leading to the diminution in value of validly cast ballots, the plaintiffs argued.

“Observers were prevented from entering voting locations; kept 30, 40 or 50 feet back from vote counting operations, or even outside the counting rooms altogether; obstructed by having screens placed between observers and election workers so that observers could not see what election workers were doing; and many other instances of obstruction and concealment.”

The detailed 44-page complaint argued that “California’s use of voting machines supplied by Dominion and Smartmatic provided opportunities for registrars, election workers and others to tamper with results.”

Dominion and a flash drive

In Ventura County, for example, the complaint states, “a Dominion employee was observed inserting a flash drive into a Dominion machine while it was tallying votes, after which the Dominion system was rebooted. The Dominion employee then removed the drive from the Dominion machine, placed it into his own laptop, and performed operations on the laptop. He then removed the drive from the laptop and provided it to the Ventura County election official who was operating the Dominion system.”

On June 15, the federal trial court granted defendants’ motions to dismiss the case without ruling on the facts, paving the way for plaintiffs’ appeal to the Ninth Circuit.

The candidates ran for U.S. Congress in districts where substantial irregularities were documented. They are James P. Bradley, Aja Smith, Eric Early, Alison Hayden, Jeffrey Gorman, Mark Reed, Buzz Patterson, Mike Cargile, Kevin Cookingham, Greg Raths, Ronda Kennedy, Chris Bish, and Johnny Nalbandian.

The group intends to file the notice of appeal within several weeks, according to EIPCa, which has researched county and state voter rolls for a decade and documented massive numbers of ineligible voters. They nevertheless continue to receive vote-by-mail ballots, which will happen in the upcoming elections if no action is taken.

More about EIPCa at https://www.eip-ca.com.

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Sheebe
Sheebe
3 months ago

Yes the CA elections were fixed. My hubby and I voted and mailed our ballots. Day before elections we got another ballot and it said to go to the high school and vote. I shredded the 2 ballots. Been so mad as CA cheats all the time in the elections. I live in the biggest Red area in CA.

Oldsage
Oldsage
3 months ago

I believe the rigging started in 2016. It simply unimaginable that California would overwhelming vote the gas tax the way the law was written.

buzz
buzz
3 months ago

if you live in that state you being brain washed by evil and your kids to! teacher unions are the root of your problems.Along with high taxes Dont Come to Idaho.Your not wanted.

ocwasp
ocwasp
3 months ago
Reply to  buzz

For real. And stay the h… out of Texas with your liberal bull….. You’ll hit a wall like no other.

Mlom
Mlom
3 months ago

I live in southern California. When I registered to vote, I requested an absentee ballot. I never received one. In fact, I would not have been able to vote had I not gone to the precinct. For the record, I registered as an independent voter.

At the precinct, I noticed poll workers were allowing people to vote without registration.

Last edited 3 months ago by Mlom
Mr Natural
Mr Natural
3 months ago

Results can be confirmed by the same process used to confirm signatures on the Newsom recall petition. Of course that will never happen.

Fred Stevens
Fred Stevens
3 months ago

Absolutely rigged. they also were rigged in 2018.

Cjones1
Cjones1
3 months ago

An audit of the 2020 election is definitely needed. I also heard that California ballots were missing a required statement which invalidated every ballot which did not include that statement. Did California certify invalid or fraudulent ballots, allow election site misconduct, and allow Dominion Voting Systems to submit falsified or fraudulent tabulations of votes?

HAT451
HAT451
3 months ago

There is only one way to either confirm or deny. Manual audits.

Bill J
Bill J
3 months ago

California IS tyranny.
When people visit, I tell them, “Welcome to HELL.”

showandtell
showandtell
3 months ago

Election Integrity Project are the only ones in CA who are doing anything about it now as a practical matter so donate to their efforts if you can spare it.

10ffgrid
3 months ago

Without any doubt, CA. is at the forefront of democrat voter-fraud.

TruDat
TruDat
3 months ago

California was most likely the test case for the national elections.
I wonder when the last non-interfered with election was?

I have zero faith in the election integrity of this state,or this nation.
RealID (Citizen)voter ID’s or it is garbage.
Cannot get a real ID, then you cannot vote.

If you are too simple to obtain an ID then you are too simple to vote.
Truth.

Clown World
Clown World
3 months ago
Reply to  TruDat

I have a passport. Real ID was invented specifically because CA was passing out driver licenses to illegals. I will not give this state one single penny to prove my citizenship. Elections have been completely rigged in CA for at least 20 years. Conservatives have either dropped off the rolls or left the state because their vote simply doesn’t count here. We have no way to confirm how our vote was counted. Somehow they know the party affiliation, age, sex, religion, zip code and street address of every vote a candidate receives yet can’t tell me if my vote was… Read more »

jensyn
jensyn
3 months ago
Reply to  Clown World

Compliments of Paul & Nancy Pelosi:
https://www.aristotle.com/

Highrise
Highrise
3 months ago
Reply to  TruDat

Real.id has become a joke too. I think they dropped the ss number requirement as well as you can use your car registration as proof. The thing with that is it’s not hard at all to change your car registration 😂. Mine was not up to date so I signed a paper saying I was telling the truth ans brought it up to date and in the same appointment I could use the registration as proof.

showandtell
showandtell
3 months ago

Praying for success of plaintiffs on this one. Seems like a do-or-die effort for California (and beyond).

John Henry Stone
3 months ago

Arizona…Where the truth still counts..

buzz
buzz
3 months ago

no your thinking years ago.

Mr Natural
Mr Natural
3 months ago

California leads the way! All the discrepancies showing up in the US were tried and tested in CA before being deployed to blue states across the country. Were CA elections rigged? Yes and that’s guaranteed blue by the supermajority.

Last edited 3 months ago by Mr Natural