A Contract for Free and Fair Elections

[LFC Comments: Thank you to Mr. Brian Ames of Portage County for this article. Unfortunately, because of a compromised news media, far too many average American citizens are not being exposed to the corruption throughout our court system and the Republican Party. Why aren’t the Republican leaders at the local, state and federal levels speaking out against the traitors and their treasonous actions against our President and our Constitutional Republic? If you are not speaking out, you are also part of the problem.]

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Written by: Brian Ames, Portage County
November 29, 2020

The Contract
Election is not the only method that a people may employ to choose their government. Indeed, the founding of the United States of America lies in revolution where bullets, rather than ballots, expressed the will of the people. As a result of that struggle to be free from Tyranny, a contract between a new Republic and the people, through their respective states, and a newly founded government was instituted in the form of The Constitution of the United States of America. That contract provides, among other things, for the free and fair election of the legislative and executive branches of the Federal Government.

Fraus Omnia Vitiate
There is a legal maxim that fraud destroys the validity of everything into which it enters. In the cases of the various counties in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin where fraud is proven, all votes must be disregarded for the county. The validity of any and all vote counts is irreversibly lost by the corrupt intention and action of election officers. The resultant invalidity disenfranchises the voters who legitimately casts their ballots. However, such disenfranchisement occurred when the fraud was perpetrated rather than when it was detected or thereafter. There is no remedy. The proper object of the inevitable anger of those disenfranchised is the corrupt officials who cheated and cost them their votes.

The Necessity of Witnesses
Inherent in the contract for free and fair elections embodied in the Constitution is the necessity for the people to witness the conduct of elections to verify that they are in fact free and fair. We have heard ad nauseam that we should accept government surveillance because “if you are not doing anything wrong, you shouldn’t care”. If the boards of election are doing nothing wrong, why do they resent the scrutiny of observers? The corrupt boards of elections are trying to shift the burden of proof from themselves to the people. The burden of showing that the conduct of an election was free and fair must necessarily reside with the officials who conduct the election, unless they are willing to accept the pain of death for fraud. Therefore, excluding witnesses from meaningful observation of all phases of an election and inspection of all election papers is fatal to the establishment that the election was free and fair. Failure to allow witnesses to vouch to the public that the election complies with the contract embodied in The Constitution voids the election for the county in which the exclusion of witnesses occurred. To restate, if a board of elections is acting in good faith to conduct a free and fair election, it most assuredly would welcome observers who could then attest to the board’s good faith. Conversely, denying meaningful observation can only be regarded as acting in bad faith in breach of the contract.

The Fake News
As expected, the Fake News casts an insurmountable burden on the freedom loving people of this country. We must stand firm against their onslaught of lies.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Athens_%281946%29

Portage County is unarmed. In Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, we have seen the observers corralled far beyond any point from which they could effectively scrutinize the election process. In Portage County, there is no need for a corral. The Republican Executive Committee did not have observers at the polls. The Democrats did. When I spoke to the chairman about the need to have observers, she said “nobody wants to”. That is an unacceptable answer and I believe that it is untrue. If we are not willing to prevent elections from being stolen, why bother raising money?

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