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MUST SEE - Tech Expert Jovan Pulitzer Election Fraud Testimony @ Georgia Senate Judiciary Committee

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On 30 December 2020, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer gave a presentation to the Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee, on how he and his company can detect many types of election fraud with a simple, easy examination of the physical ballots, by running them through forensic machines designed to detect physical signatures of the ballots. Pulitzer is a pattern recognition expert holding over 200 patents. His patents are used on 12 billion handheld devices around the world.

They would not be looking at handwritten signatures. Those are not on the ballots. The would-be detecting physical signatures of folding, printing, marking and codes that exist on the paper used for the ballot. Every physical process done to a ballot leaves marks. Those minuscule marks, often invisible to the human eye, are the physical signatures Mr. Pulitzer is talking about.

This physical forensic audit of the paper ballots completely circumvents the election software. From a comment on freerepublic.com:

Sorry if I’m repeating something…

His method is to examine the folds on the paper ballot.

These ballots were folded by machine, and each valid one
was folded identically.

He can run the ballots through a device, and it will spit out
the ballots that weren’t folded by an official machine.

If they slipped fake ballots in, his system will pick it
up at once.

He claims his process can tell you, with 100% accuracy:

How many ballots were printed by what machine.
How many ballots were mailed.
How many ballots were filled out by machine.
How many ballots were counted more than once.
How many ballots were scanned more than once.
What candidates were marked on all the ballots in the categories above.
What ballots went through adjudication

One of the slides in Mr. Pulitzer's presentation shows a quote from a Fulton County Election official, saying 106,000 of 113,130 votes were adjudicated, an astounding 93.67% adjudication rate. Pulitzer says that the high adjudication rate shows the machines were not working as they should. This shows similarities with high adjudication rates in Michigan and Nevada, and potentially in Arizona and Wisconsin.
He claims his process can do the forensic analysis quickly and cheaply, for all paper ballots.

Mr. Pulitizer has volunteered to do the forensic evaluation of the paper ballots for free. He has donated his time, expertise, equipment, and company assets.

He says he does not care who wins. He simply wants to ensure an accurate count is made, so this never happens again.

He says, without faith in the election process, we do not have a country.

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