Loudoun County Election Fraud (allegedly) Update #2: Registered Voters (2020): 282,000, Total Votes: 226,000, and Total Ballots: 407,000. Huh?
First, we want to be very clear, disseminating this information based on the 2020 election is NOT an attempt to overthrow the election and some tinfoil hat attempt to slip Trump back into the White House. It’s actually more important than that. It’s an attempt to show the public that something’s not quite right in the Loudoun County election house. Things just don’t add up, behaviors, numbers, “inconsistencies”, and “errors” from one election cycle to the next. It’s also meant to throw shade on how the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors (Randall, Briskman, and Turner) as well as the Leesburg Town Council (Burk and Steinberg) and their faux outrage that anyone could possibly question the actions of a woman that’s been the Loudoun County General Registrar for 30+ years. As if she can’t make any “errors” intentionally or otherwise. When people like those on the LCBOS, LCDC, or LCPS SB tell the public everything is perfect, that means all is NOT right and are simply trying to deflect with flowery comments to put the general public’s mind at ease.
Well, I’m here to tell you that things aren’t as flowery as they make them appear, much to the chagrin of the LCBOS, Leesburg Town Council, and Loudoun Democrats. If in 2020, Loudoun County had 282,000 registered voters (but according to the registrar, only 226,000 ballots were cast, which suggests an 80% voter turnout??), why then would they feel the need to order 407,000 ballots? Of course, you have to have extra on hand but 181,000?
Below is a chart that lays out the total number of registered Loudoun County voters vs how many actually voted. Below that are the invoices for the ballot orders. Add this “error” to the “error” of “allegedly” providing incorrect chain of custody dates, and the average person, regardless of political party would have to scratch their head. Something’s off and how many year back have these “errors” existed?
Now, ask yourself a few questions:
- Why did Loudoun County order 124,489 more paper ballots than registered voters?
- Why there were 181,127 leftover/extra paper ballots?
- Why there were 89,152 or 40% of the total ballots cast which utilized the “Print on Demand”?
- What explains the statistically significant high rate of voter turnout in Loudoun County?
This is where the “We The People” get over their fear of submitting a FOIA, and let those FOIA fingers start typing. They can be sent here: LOUDOUN COUNTY FOIA REQUEST. Think outside the box and request information (emails, texts, documents, phone records) for:
- All emails to and from Judy Brown and Richard Keech AND Phyllis Randall, Juli Briskman, Mike Turner, Buta Biberaj.
- Include a specific date range for example April1, 2022 – May 31, 2022 OR go back further in time