Fraud in Alabama: Court Orders Voting Records Destroyed

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 13, 2017

Why would you destroy harddrives?

How much does it cost to keep them around?

The only reason you would do this is if you were committing fraud. Period.


Following an eleventh-hour order instructing voting officials in Alabama to keep the digital ballots generated in Tuesday’s controversial Senate election, the state’s Supreme Court has issued a stay to block that decision.

The order to preserve the records was issued by the Montgomery County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon — less than 24 hours before voting was set to begin — and the stay that will effectively nullify that order was issued late Monday night.

“All counties employing digital ballot scanners in the Dec. 12, 2017 election are hereby ordered to set their voting machines to save all processed images in order to preserve all digital ballot images,” the Montgomery County order stated.

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Alabama state election administrator Ed Packard are named as defendants in the suit, which was brought before the Montgomery County court by four Alabama voters. Initially filed on Thursday of last week, it cited the state-level election system hacking that the Department of Homeland Security notified 21 states including Alabama of this September in arguing that the state should hold onto the digital record of votes for at least six months rather than destroy them.

As reports, the state is required to keep the paper ballots that are digitized to tabulate the vote. Priscilla Duncan, the attorney who represented the four Alabama voters named in the case, argued that while those paper ballots are kept for 22 months, “the paper ballots aren’t really what’s counted” and only an unlikely state-wide recount would consult the paper ballots.

A full hearing for the case is set for December 21, but the state has a green light to continue destroying its digital voting records until that time.

Yeah, and how long is it going to take to delete these files? Six minutes?

This is a hoax. The only way a court would order records destroyed is if there had been fraud.

We need a paper ballot recount.

Thankfully, Roy Moore is calling for one.

However, people are claiming he can’t get one.

Roy Moore hinted at the possibility of a recount in Alabama’s special election, held on Tuesday, just moments after the press called the race for Democratic opponent Doug Jones. Moore claimed that the close race could lead to a reconsideration of the result.

“Realize that when the vote is this close that it’s not over,” he said. “We also know that God is always in control.”

At the stroke of midnight, Jones had 671,151 votes and a 49.9 percent share of the vote, while Moore had 650,436 votes and a 48.4 percent share. Moore’s claim is based on the Alabama law that a result within 0.5 percent of the vote is enough to trigger an automatic recount. There are still military ballots that need to be counted.

There’s a few reasons why a recount is almost certainly off the table. The first is that the final result probably won’t meet the automatic threshold, as the Washington Post reports that as of May 2016 there is only around 8,700 Alabamans serving in the military. That’s not enough to swing the election.

Another suggested tactic is Moore pays for the recount himself, a sum he would be refunded if he won. That’s probably a bad idea. Alabama’s secretary of state told CNN that a recent recount in a gubernatorial runoff won by just 160 votes “didn’t change more than three or four votes” in the end.

It’s not clear that Moore could even pay for his own recount, though. Legal scholar Rick Hasen, from the University of California, Irvine School of Law, said in a Tuesday blog post that Section 17-16-21, the law that governs how recounts are handled, only seems to cover state elections. Hasen speculates that this is because a recount would be handled Congress instead.

“He can ask for the U.S. Senate to conduct some kind of contest but good luck with that,” Hasen said.

Yes, good luck indeed for Mr. Jailbait. Huh.

And the Alabama GOP itself is refusing to demand a recount.

So that is where we are – digital records being ordered by a court to be destroyed, no recount.

And blacks voting for Doug Jones at a rate higher than they voted for Obama in this weird off-year special election.

NY Daily News:

African-Americans made up nearly 30% of the electorate, surpassing the number from the presidential elections of Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 in the state.

Exit polls also show that 96% of black voters in the state backed Jones over Moore — earning the Democrat the 21,000-vote victory.

Think about that one for a second. Think if that makes sense.

Bigger turnout than for Obama.

Because they were just so darned angry about that groping.

Well, I don’t buy it.

I think it’s clear that this entire thing was rigged from the start.

The jailbait hoaxing was just a smokescreen to explain away the voter fraud.

Roy Moore must continue to call this out, and point to the fact that democracy itself has been proven to be broken.

The destruction of records cannot be explained. All he has to do is point to that.

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