California Governor Gavin Newsom is facing a recall election on Tuesday, but the fix is in.
The Democrats are pulling out all the stops to keep California Governor Newsom in the chair after more than 1.5 million people signed a petition to boot him out of office.
The recall election is this Tuesday, September 14, and the Democrats are cheating six ways to Sunday.
Countless Republicans in the San Fernando Valley had trouble casting their recall ballots and were told they had already voted – even though they had not.
Voters were forced to fill out provisional ballots after they were told the computers showed they already cast their ballots.
The provisional ballots are not being counted according to an anonymous whistleblower in the California Secretary of State’s office.
The Gateway Pundit spoke to Rachel Hamm, a conservative running for California Secretary of State and her focus is on free, fair, and transparent elections.
Rachel Hamm said according to the whistleblower, the provisional ballots aren’t being counted and poll watchers are being blocked from observing the adjudication process.
There used to be 11 investigators in charge of probing election fraud in California but now there is only three.
Here are the questions that must be answered by the California Secretary of State regarding potential election fraud:
1. What is the number of provisional ballots given out in the 2020 presidential election versus this election?
2. Of the provisional ballots given out, what is the breakdown of party affiliation in both elections (ie. How many Republicans were given provisional ballots vs. how many Democrats)
3. How are these provisional ballots adjudicated? Who is adjudicating them?
4. What is outcome of the adjudicated ballots? We must know the percentage of mail-in ballots accepted versus provisional ballots being accepted, in both elections
“If Newsom is easily winning the recall election, then why did he ask Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to travel to California to campaign for him?” Rachel Hamm said.
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