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Thu Nov 24, 2016, 10:35 AM


Ukrainian American Andrea Chalupa is the person to follow on news for #Audit the Vote!!!

She was one of the ones to help jump-start this whole effort/investigation since just days after election day. She was joined by lawyers, statisticians and others!

Please read her twitter feed. You don't need a twitter account to do so! Also her Facebook page.


1. Exciting day at the #AuditTheVote movement. Lots to discuss! Are you ready?


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Response to Madam45for2923 (Original post)

Thu Nov 24, 2016, 10:52 AM

1. My sister led Trump/Russia research at DNC. US hackers protecting voting systems believe Russia hack


My sister led Trump/Russia research at DNC. US hackers protecting voting systems believe Russia hacked vote tallies https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157855450785389&id=614520388


Alexandra Chalupa

Regardless of Hillary Clinton’s concession, a close analysis must be done of the actual voting results
(machine tabulations and paper ballots cast) versus the vote reporting (to the board of elections and
Secretary of State offices). Some important facts collectively warrant this:

1) Russians have heavily influenced this election for the past six months and have successfully hacked
into the election systems of more than half the states in the country;

2) Major public polls and the Clinton campaign's internal polls were historically off the mark, and in the
campaign's case, didn't match the voter file records, which is unheard of to this level. This is especially
odd considering that Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook is one the most brilliant in politics when it
comes to micro­targeting and voter analysis. Even GOP strategist and pollster Frank Luntz called the
2016 exit polls “the worst and least accurate we’ve ever seen,” in a Tweet sent on election night.

3) Homeland Security/DOJ teamed up with a group that is part of Anonymous based in Washington,
D.C. called “The Protectors.” This group saw a lot of activity during Election Day from the Russians and
believe that the voting results projected don’t match the internal and public polls because the voting
results were manufactured in favor of Trump in heavily Republican counties in key states, and voting
results may have been decreased for Clinton in key Democratic counties via malware that was placed by
the Russians when they hacked the election systems of more than half our states.

4) Trump/Manafort set­up the “rigged election” narrative months ago preparing for exactly this scenario.
This is straight out of Manafort’s playbook, and Putin’s, too — accuse the other side of doing what you’re
doing so that you cannot be accused of doing it. There is no short supply of examples of this: Putin
regularly accuses the US of meddling in Russia’s affairs when he annexed Crimea, invaded east
Ukraine, and holds sham elections in Russia.

5) Kellyanne Conway, an expert conservative pollster, was selected as Trump’s campaign manager
when Paul Manafort took too much heat about his Russian’s connections and “resigned” (though he has
likely continued to be involved behind the scenes and continues to have a residence in Trump Towers),
and Conway helped lead messaging that polls were all wrong and that Trump has “shadow supporters,”
a term that mainstream journalists echoed as the election results began to favor Trump.

6) Paul Manafort, who has heavy ties to the Kremlin, is being federally investigated for his work in
Ukraine, was virtually silent since resigning from Trump’s campaign a few months ago, but sent his first
tweet since resigning last week saying that by the Sunday before the election Trump would have the 270
votes needed to win (despite internal and public polls saying otherwise).

Something seems very off and needs to be closely examined. Homeland Security/DOJ should be able to
verify this, even though Clinton conceded.


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Thu Nov 24, 2016, 11:10 AM

2. She started investigating post-election on November 10th!


and gathered a group of experts of all types!

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