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They're Stealing It From Lauren Boebert!

Colorado's District 3 race is now frozen in time and that means: they're cheating again



Emerald Robinson

34 min ago

Why has the Colorado District 3 race between Lauren Boebert (R) and Adam Frisch suddenly become frozen in time? It’s Thursday — and Colorado election officials suddenly can’t count a few thousand remaining votes.

That’s an obvious sign of cheating.



Forget for the moment whether you’re rooting for Boebert or Frisch — set aside whether you’re a Democrat or republican — and consider the number of obvious absurdities that America’s election officials regularly spout now to cover their corruption.

Exhibit A: Stop Reporting The Last Votes

The process is explained by the local Colorado newspaper, the Pueblo Chieftain. Let’s follow along — shall we?



One district in the county is taking too much time to count its remaining votes. Why is that? They’ve told the local Colorado newspaper that it’s because they’ve got “5,000 - 6,000 votes to count and report.”

Ok, so they have maybe 6,000 mail-in ballots left?

No, they don’t. “About 2,300 are from in-person voters in Pueblo” according the county officials — while “approximately 1,000 Republicans, 1,000 unaffiliated voters and 500 Democrats cast ballots on in-person machines.”

Now, folks— if “approximately 1,000 Republicans, 1,000 unaffiliated voters and 500 Democrats cast ballots on in-person machines” then those machine results could have been reported two days ago.

In other words, the Pueblo County Clerk is really telling you that Pueblo County is withholding those machine results until they’ve counted the other ballots.

No doubt, those approximately 2,500 ballots “on in-person machines” are being withheld until the other “2,300 votes” are counted in order to manage the results.

By the way, how do Pueblo County election officials know that they’ve got exactly “1,000 Republicans, 1,000 unaffiliated voters and 500 Democrats cast ballots on in-person machines” yet to report unless they’ve already counted them?

Why would they count 2,500 ballots but delay reporting them?


Exhibit B: Final Vote Counting Slows Down

The next thing that the Pueblo Chieftain tells you is that Pueblo County only counted and reported 50,322 ballots of the 61,534 ballots it received on Election Day.

How fast did Pueblo County count and report those 50,322 ballots?

It took Pueblo County less than five hours to count and report 50,322 ballots.

Do you know what that means? It means that Pueblo County has taken more than 32 hours already to count and report the remaining 11,212 ballots.

That’s another obvious sign of cheating.

The Pueblo County Clerk Gilbert “Bo” Ortiz has no explanation for this vote-counting slowdown of course — it’s not because they’re short of staff or judges.

He makes no excuses for the obvious fraud.

What Gilbert Ortiz does explain is that he’s sure that Pueblo County will be making “headline news, maybe nationwide” very soon.
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