IT HAPPENED AGAIN!
On Tuesday in the 2022 Midterms, the “Drop and Roll” occurred in the Michigan Governor race just like it happened in the 2020 Presidential Election. It also occurred in the Minnesota Governor’s race. We now have evidence that it also occurred in the Georgia Senate race stealing the win from Republican Herschel Walker.
The crooks and criminals are stealing US Elections in multiple ways. One of the biggest ways they stole the 2020 Election for President was the “The Drop and Roll” method.
In the Drop and Roll incidents in the 2020 Election, we identified that at around the point where 90% of the expected ballots were returned, a large batch of ballots was “dropped” with nearly every ballot going to Joe Biden. These batches were as large as 330,000 ballots for Biden in Virginia at one time.
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Then, after that point, nearly all the batches of ballots recorded in the election were at the same ratio of Biden to Trump with Biden always receiving more ballots than President Trump. These results were not random and clearly not legitimate.
The drops were always in favor of the Democrat candidate.
On Tuesday night on Frank Speech, an instance of the drop and roll was recorded in the Michigan governor race. We also have evidence that it occurred in the Minnesota governor race.
The drop and roll occurred in the Georgia Senate race as well.
In the Georgia Senate race, a large batch of ballots for Georgia Democrat Senator Warnock was dropped that placed him in the lead, and then the votes after that point in time were near all the same proportion of Warnock to Walker votes. This drop gave Senator Warnock the lead and may have prevented GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker from winning the race outright.
In Georgia, a runoff is held with the top two candidates if neither candidate exceeds 50% of the vote. This ballot “drop” may have prevented Herschel Walker from winning the election outright with more than 50% of the vote.