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This is part of a continuing series examining the purported “election integrity” that Democrats claim transpired last year resulting in the inauguration of the Hologram. The first two parts can be perused here and here. As much as the Democrat-media complex would like to squelch any and all news that questions The Hologram’s legitimacy, reports keep dripping out from independent sources, including some strange goings-on in Fulton County, Georgia, where a ballot storage warehouse was found unlocked. This, of course, was virtually unreported in the legacy media.

As an aside, I tried a web search on the phrase “Fulton County warehouse door found unlocked” and received the following listed items (and absolutely nothing from the “thought leaders” and “Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalists” at The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSBC, etc.).

Let us examine a few other reports A.U.D.I.T. of election over the past few days that the legacy media have ignored.

To start off, social media personality “KanekoaTheGreat” has been doing some yeoman’s work in exposing the hypocrisy of the Democrat-media arguments against conducting forensic audits. For example, they – and the voting machine companies – have been vehemently denying that any machines were connected to the internet or could have been hacked by external entities during the November elections. Watch the embedded 2-minute video in this Telegram link from 3 November 2019 that discusses election hacking. Kanekoa made these important points about that video:

On November 3, 2019, on HBO’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver did a segment on hacking elections in the United States.

He stated three very important facts that are still true to this day;
1. It’s very easy to hack voting machines.
2. It’s very easy to find unattended voting machines.
3. Voting machines are connected to the internet.

John Oliver is telling the truth for once!

That’s why it is so important that “full forensic audits” like Maricopa County happen around the country.

The Democrat-media complex are duplicitous and hypocritical. They claim election hacking when it serves their anti-Trump narrative and deny it when the narrative

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