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Nevada: The Agilis Voting machines 50% non-matching
12 of 101 Question the 2020 Election Miniseries. What about the Agilis voting machines in Carson City, Nevada?
Personally, I’m a connoisseur of old black and white Westerns. As a young boy, I favored the Rifleman followed by the old black and white Andy Griffith show. During the pandemic, for a few hours a week, I began watching the old black and white westerns to escape the constant fear mongering from the Covid-19. White House updates staring Dr. Anthony Fauci, Deborah Birks, Mike Pence, and Donald J. Trump oddly supporting 15-days, 6-feet, and masks. Moreover, when I began watching reruns, I realized I had forgotten some of the cowboy conflicts, which provide relevance to today article.
Enter: Old Western Theme
Several old western movies feature the scenario of a Cowboy riding into town, who then dismounts and ties the reins to the hitching post in front of the salon. The Cowboy walks across the wooden deck flooring, entering the swinging doors to the salon. Folks are always watching the cowboys entering as they arrive to take a seat at the stool in front of the bar. The Cowboy says, “Whisky,” so the bartender says, “that will be two bits.” The Cowboy says nothing and lays two bits on the table. Bartender fills the whisky glass; cowboy takes a sip and stops drinking. He accuses the bartender of watering down the whiskey, pulls his gun, and shoots the bartender.
The moral of story? Don’t water down a cowboys’ whisky! Cowboys always know their drink.
During the 2020 election The Agilis voting machines became the bartender behind the counter but in this case, the vote was watered down.
Fast Forward to 2020 Election
In an unprecedented move by Clark County Election Department, the election committee demanded the use of the Agilis voting machines, knowing the accuracy would be decreased providing unreliable results.
Intentional fraud? I find it plausible.
Later, it was proven that based on the manufacturers settings from Agilis, the machines posed a 50% failure rate for non-matching resulting in a high fraud rate equal to 50% or simply stated for every two ballots counted one is highly suspicious as correct.
Would you accept a heart surgeon passing with a 50% grade from medical school to operate your own heart? I think not.
The only plausible reason for election officials to alter and corrupt the machines is to cover for the vote fraud.
We all know a Cowboy knows when his whisky is watered down.
Source: The Fist Judicial Court in Cason City, Nevada, “Jesse Law et al versus Judith Whitmer er al. “
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