William de Berg
“The Devil went down to Georgia, he was lookin’ for a … steal.”
What transpired in Georgia before, during, and immediately after November 3rd can only be described as the work of a truly evil entity. But, the Devil may soon be getting his comeuppance, not only in Georgia but also in the rest of the country.
Before the election, there were the alleged financial links between Dominion Systems and the people—most notably Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger–in charge of ensuring the Georgia election was secure and fair. There was Kemp’s deal to ease signature and other voter requirements in April of 2020 and the different ballots printed with different security measures in “red” vs. “blue” counties (no barcode placed on Democratic-district ballots)—allegedly of the ballots linked to China.
During the election, there was the infamous video of an estimated 10,000 or more ballots being illegally scanned in Fulton County after the counting had supposedly been halted. Then, there was the intimidation and/or termination of election officials who afterward complained that the Dominion voting machines were turning out invalid results—by the very people (Raffensperger and the Fulton County Chief of Elections, Dwight Brower) in charge of securing the election. This coincided with Raffensperger’s refusal to perform a forensic audit of every ballot in Fulton County, GA—ground zero for the alleged electoral theft.
Now it turns out that, contrary to the guarantee of both Dominion and Raffensperger that Dominion machines were not tied to the Internet, Jovan Pulitzer in the middle of a Georgia legislative hearing on electoral fraud in that state on New Year’s Eve performed a real-time hack of an active voting machine used in the current runoff election. If the Fulton County video was a smoking gun, Pulitzer’s demonstration was a smoking bomb shell. Pulitzer was given the subsequent green light by a unanimous vote of the legislative committee to perform a forensic audit of the Fulton ballots before finding that the ballots had already been surreptitiously removed. Evidently, this was done in large vans from an Atlanta warehouse, but not before the act was caught on video and the fake ballots photographed. It turns out that the head of the company that made the supposedly fake ballots (without barcodes) that were removed from the warehouse is a strong Democratic Party partisan from Arizona.
What happened in Georgia happened across much of America on November 3rd, not just in the five major disputed electoral college states of Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Like Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, the Devil seemed to be everywhere at once on election night. The results of the five big swing states serve as a powerful macrocosm of the millions of vote-switches across the nation by Dominion and other systems, since these were the only five states switched from the Trump “W” column in 2016 to the Biden “W” column in 2020. But, there were allegedly millions of other anomalies in at least 17 states, from Virginia to New York and even California. The fate of countless Senate and House races (and even state and local races and ballot measures) could have been conceivably affected by the massive and organized electoral fraud—by what Biden called the “most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”
So, what is to be done? Thus far, a majority of Republican congressman and a trickle of GOP senators and a large number of key-state legislators have stated they will challenge the presidential electoral outcome. But will they ever reach critical mass? It is clear that the leadership of the Republican Party has no interest in challenging the results of the election. Even Georgia Senator David Perdue—who only fell 7300 votes shy of the 50% mark to avoid a runoff—never bothered to challenge the obvious illegality of the Fulton Country ballots on election night during the supposed halt in counting.
There is really only one solution to this entire travesty: The Supreme Court of the United States should declare the entire U.S. election null and void, require that all states hold new elections using legally verifiable paper ballots marked in person except for rare absentee ballots whose signatures would be verified in person by election officials. All states would be required to provide copies of their registration lists to Federal officials in advance who would then eliminate noncitizens, dead persons, individuals registered in more than one state, out-of-state residents, and all other ineligible voters. And, all state voting tabulation centers would be required to have federal marshals and deputy marshals guarding the doors and overseeing the processes. Any state unwilling to comply would then be subjected to judicial oversight of all future Federal elections indefinitely.
The heart of America is its constitution, and the underpinning of the U.S. Constitution is the assumption of one-person, one-vote. For too long, counties and states have allowed varying degrees of slop and fraud to contaminate our democracy. The present moment is potentially an opportunity to clean it all up—once and for all—but the sword has to be wielded swiftly and powerfully.
In Charlie Daniel’s hit song, starting off with the lyric shown under the title, the Devil is out-fiddled by a young boy named “Johnny”. Will the Devil in Georgia (and across the U.S.) be soon out-fiddled in real life by an older version named “Donny”?
William de Berg is an American scientist and prominent conspiracy/truther fiction author by virtue of his first three political thrillers–Serpent and Savior, White Spiritual Boy, and Divided We Stand. His latest novel–Shield Down—is a science fiction novel centered around a mass extinction event that also highlights the Apollo moon landing conspiracy.