An Election Bombshell Gets Buried
At a hearing in Pennsylvania, witness after witness told of electoral anomalies large and small.
It’s hard to decide what’s more outrageous: a mind-bendingly impossible 570,000-to-3,200 ballot dump in Pennsylvania favoring Joe Biden over Donald Trump, or a mainstream media blackout of this and other election anomalies.
In any case, a collective media yawn is simply not the appropriate response to news such as this — at least not in a healthy republic. Then again, news such as this doesn’t happen in a healthy republic.
Nor is “Look, the election is over” an appropriate response. But that’s exactly what we got from Kate Bedingfield, whom Biden just tapped to be his White House communications director. “Virtually everyone on Earth has accepted that truth except for Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani,” Bedingfield falsely asserted. “The Trump campaign has been laughed out of every courtroom, with their meritless and baseless lawsuits meant to undermine the will of the American people.”
As for the Pennsylvania ballot-dump bombshell, this news of a massive and decisive “spike anomaly” was provided by Phil Waldren, a retired Army colonel and former combat officer with a background in information and electronic warfare. As Paul Kengor writes, “Waldren, who testified along with Rudy Giuliani’s team, brought to the hearing his considerable expertise in analysis of election-data fraud. After Waldren presented his material, the chair opened the floor for questions. Rudy Giuliani went first, asking Waldren to clarify what his analytics team means when they talk about ‘spike anomalies’ in voting patterns. These, as Waldren defines them, are ‘events where a numerical amount of votes are processed in a time period that is not feasible or mechanically possible under normal circumstances.’ Waldren showed a chart with a shocking example of an apparent massive dump of votes for Joe Biden.”
Giuliani pressed Waldren for clarification about the spike, and the shocked reaction of those in attendance speaks for itself. And one wonders what kind of judge would, as Bedingfield suggested, laugh such evidence out of a courtroom or, likewise, the eyewitness evidence of Olivia Jane Winters, a registered Democrat and vote inspector who told of being repeatedly cursed at and threatened with bodily harm merely for having tried to enforce the state’s election laws. The hearing was chock-full of compelling witnesses like Waldren and Winters, but the media’s coverage was nearly nonexistent.
If you’re keeping score at home, Joe Biden bagged 99.4% of that enormous chunk of votes. Donald Trump? 0.6%.
As we’ve said before, it’s critical that every fraud charge in this election be investigated thoroughly — for the sake of this election and all future elections. Whether in Pennsylvania or Michigan or Wisconsin or Georgia or Nevada or Arizona, if we’re going to have confidence in our electoral process — more confidence than, say, the people of Venezuela or Cuba have in their electoral process — we need to address both the fraud-friendly nature of mass mail-in balloting as well as the potential for data manipulation in our vote-counting machines.
We’re the world’s most advanced country. We’ve been a beacon of freedom and democracy to all other nations. We put a man on the moon more than half a century ago. Is a reliable and tamper-resistant election system too much to ask for? How about a free press that helps safeguard such a system?
Sadly, today, the answer to both questions is Yes.