Formula for stealing elections in our country

Under the Help America Vote Act known as HAVA which was passed in 2002 in response to the Busch - Gore presidential election recount of 2000 presidential election, they created a new set of tabulators to count our votes, which were produced principally by the Diebold Election Systems. These tabulators had blue tooth technology so that the county clerk could go into the tabulator on election day after the tabulators had been tested and sealed to change the vote totals to anything they wanted them to be. While this limited the number of people involved in the corruption, it created a problem if there was a recount. Under HAVA, the only provision for an audit was if someone had requested it. The system had a problem in not being able to change large numbers of actual voted ballots to agree with the officials totals. In the pictures below, you see how the clerks were instructed to place the seals on the ballot containers loosely, so that they could be changed. In this 2008 recount they could not count over half of the precincts requested, and in the Green Party’s request to recount the Presidential election in 2016, a federal judge had to step in and shut down the recount because it was physically impossible to change that many ballots. Sometimes people vote for the wrong the person, so Hava just helps the people who control government make your vote count the way they wanted it to be counted. Don’t take it personal.

Picture 1 shows where Fillmore Township places the seal just partially on so that it can be cut and the ballot canister can be entered and the seal put on again.

Picture 2 shows the seal pulled up tight on the Wayland Township ballot container, but the end piece is missing, meaning that the County Clerk, Joyce Watts, or someone while she had control of the ballot canister had broken the seal and entered into the canister to change the votes on Wayland Township. The Michigan Bureau of Elections had accepted this ballot container, while disallowing 11 others “not properly attached”.

Official recount sheet shows far right column with a “1” in it as a precinct that could not be counted. The notes on the bottom show that 14 could not be counted for ballot differences, and 11 could not be counted for improperly attached seals, yet the last township, Wayland (Picture 2) could be counted, which implicates the Michigan Bureau of Elections as a party to the corrupt election. The winner, Kevin Cronin, assessed me $44,000 in frivolous  sanctions for trying to stop the township and two strangers from flooding me out of my own home. He ruled that it had nothing to do with my audit of the election recount that made him a circuit court judge.

Sue McRill of the Bureau of Elections tells us that we cannot observe the recount. She disapproved 11 canister seals so that the precincts could not be counted, but approved Wayland Township’s seal in Picture 2 above.

Judge Cronin standing with his only volunteer, Jason Watts, Joyce Watts, the Allegan County Clerk’s son during the recount. His volunteer did not need to count any ballots, because his mother had access to the tabulators that counted the votes by modem on election day, and was the person put in charge of securing the ballots before the recount.

Judge Cronin and Jason Watts to the left. When the recount was completed, and Keven Cronin was declared the winner, he publicly thanked the Watts Family for all their help. See Judge Cronin’s letter disputing Judge Bailargeon’s request that these uncounted precincts be counted.

   Dominion Voting Systems out of Canada

Who are they?

After the 2004 General Election, Allegan County purchased new election tabulating equipment from Diebold Election Systems. These machines were presented in an election conference in Columbus, Ohio from interested parties attempting to prove election fraud by our government. Bev Harris from Black Box Voting, a contributor to this conference did an HBO documentary showing just how easy it was to change the totals on these machines. The machines they replaced could not be hacked as well, so it involved using hired poll workers to steal the elections.    

Diebold Election Systems was a subsidiary of the Diebold Corporation with very close ties to the banking industry, so they changed the name of the subsidiary to Premier Voting Systems, Inc. with the hope of distancing themselves from the scandal. The State of California threw them out because the machines were so questionable. Premier Voting Systems, Inc. was purchased by a closely held Canadian Corporation, Dominion Voting Systems, Inc. that now counts the majority of votes in the United States. That means shareholders of Dominion Voting Systems, Inc. who is not publicly owned, but owned by unknown individuals, control the outcomes of the majority of elections in our country.

We now have evidence that the Russians had access to these tabulators during the 2016 General Election that put Donald Trump into the white house.


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Sue McRill from the Michigan Bureau of Elections who is conducting this recount for the State of Michigan is the one who accepted Wayland Township’s seal shown above in Picture #2, which was recounted while 73% of the precincts that would have gone for William Baillargeon could not be counted for incorrectly attached seals and to many ballots in the ballot container

Joyce Watts, Allegan County Clerk admits at a hearing for a recount in 2006 that she connects to the vote tabulators by modem after the tabulator has been tested and sealed.

Cindy Yonker’s, the Ganges Township Clerk, whose township was counted just like Wayland Township in Picture #2 at the Baillargeon/Cronin Recount.

On Election night during the 2008 General Electon Canvass, Ms Yonkers was requested under MCL 168.733 to:

(g) Count but not touch the ballots as each ballot is being counted; & (h) Take notes as we so desire.

She refused to comply with the law.

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Judge Cronin’s 2008 Recount

The 2008 General Election in  Allegan County, Michigan resulted in a recount for the Circuit Court seat between Kevin Cronin and William Bailargeon. Mr. Cronin was favored by the Republicans, while Mr.  Bailargeon was favored by the Democrats. There were 49 precincts to be counted, and Mr. Bailargeon had the maximum of two counters per table where the ballots were being counted, while Mr. Cronin only had one volunteer, Jason Watts, the son of Joyce Watts, the county clerk, and he never counted one vote. When I requested from Mr. Cronin to be a volunteer and count for him, he refused saying that he had enough volunteers.

The Local Observer out of Saugatuck, Michigan ran an article County Judges Cite “Grave Concerns” About November Elections. Retired Judges Corsiglia and Beach had written an open letter to then Attorney General, Mike Cox stating:

“The Bureau of Elections held a hearing, and County Clerk Joyce Watts was rebuked not only for the ineffectual managing of the election, but also for not taking the concerns seriously and joking about needing to have a ‘duct tape party.’”

“The clerk’s son, Jason Watts, was the primary consultant to the Cronin campaign, and he was reported to have had special access to his mother’s office on election night.”

The photograph I took of Wayland Townships’ seal on their ballot container corroborated Judge Corsiglia’s suspicions. The end of the seal was cutoff and it was pulled up tight.

Mr. Cronin won that recount, became the new Circuit Court Judge for the 48th Judicial Circuit (Allegan County). I did the first independent audit on elections in the State of Michigan on his recounted election.

Two men purchased the house across the street from me four months after starting that audit. They testified that they stayed at the Douglas Dunes motel in December 2009, and purchase the house in January, 2010. Friends at the Dunes checked the reservations, and they only stayed there from January 5th to the 10th. They purchased the property sight unseen, and proceeded to flood me out of my property by daming a storm drain. I sued along with Ms Hudson. Judge Cronin was assigned to the case. He found against us and sanctioned us $44,000 because it was frivolous to sue them for flooding my property. I appealed to the Court of Appeals. My brief in support of my appeal gives a very different story.

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