Kathy Nickolaus’ “found vote” in Waukesha County Wisconsin two days after the polls closed was not even a first for such and event. A carbon copy of the her “forgot to save” incident echoes, to the point of reverberation, from six years ago.
The Feds seem unable to catch up with Kathy Nickolaus for election fraud, but perhaps they could nail her for infringing copyright laws?
Just read the article below from the Columbus Free Press:
What John Kerry definitely said about 2004’s stolen election and why it’s killing American democracy
by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
November 10, 2005
For example, they would have you believe that, in direct contradiction to how elections have gone in Ohio for decades, it’s now routine for boards of elections to record that 100% of the precincts are reporting, and then suddenly add 18,615 more votes at 1:43 a.m. after the polls have been closed since 7:30 p.m. and 100% of the precincts had been reporting since approximately 9 p.m.
Or that 18,615 Miami County votes could come in late with an impossibly consistent 33.92% for Kerry, as if somebody had pushed a button on a computer with a pre-set percentage—just as the GAO says it can be done.
Or that it’s ok for a Democratic county election official, with a lucrative contract from the Republican-controlled Board of Elections (BOE), to admit he doesn’t really know whether the vote count had been doctored.
Or it’s fine for Board of Elections (BOE) officials take election data home to report on from their personal PCs. Or for central tabulators to run on corporate-owned proprietary software with no public access. Or for BOE officials to hold up vote counts late into the night that time and again miraculously provide sufficient margins for GOP victories, as with Paul Hackett’s recent failed Congressional race in southwestern Ohio.
Or for one precinct to claim a 97.55% turnout when a Free Press/Pacifica canvass quickly found far too many people who didn’t vote to make that possible.
There is clearly no end to this story, and there is no indication the dialog on the net will diminish, even though the mainstream media—like the mainstream Democratic Party—absolutely refuses to touch this issue.
But ultimately, whatever John Kerry or even the left press say about these stolen elections, America is very close to crossing the line that permanently defines the loss of our democracy.
Clearly Kathy Nickolaus not only stole an election, but she pilfered the entire procedure, step-by-step from Ohio and Florida; a blatant infringement on copyright law!
Why haven’t those responsible for the original software programs in Ohio and Florida demanded a “cease and desist” order from Nickolaus? If you can get fined for downloading copyrighted music and material, how has Nickolaus gotten away with downloading another parties election fraud scam?