On Tuesday, The Gateway Pundit posted an article about the use of Fractal technology to identify anomalies in voter rolls.
The article reports:
For the first time in history, citizens have better computer technology than their government.
Today’s video of Minnesota voter rolls shows, using Fractal technology, that citizens can identify anomalies in government voter rolls that existed for over 100 years – eluding all the obsolete technology Minnesota could bring to bear.
The article includes the following graph:
The graph illustrates some of the problems with people on the voting rolls. How many people can live in one boarding house?
The article notes:
Voters living in UPS offices. Voters living in convenience stores. Voters living in an 800 square foot house with 15 other adult voters – which the health regulations would never allow – we show these in video after video.
In 2021, voter integrity teams in 12 states started using Fractal – and as you can see in today’s video – Minnesota – Fractal makes a mockery of the Minnesota voter rolls.
We now have in our grasp, the first example of citizens with far better technology – than their government.
We are embarking on a journey where in state after state, the Fractal team, joined by legislator groups – is showing the dreadful official voter roll pollution – with Fractal technology.
Mr. Secretary of State, you have 2,400 year old voters on your voter roll. Everyone knows it is dirty data or fraud. And when Fractal uncovers it, you lose your credibility if you continue to claim that you do not have dirty data.
If you, Ms. Secretary of State, deliver official records claiming active, registered voters voting from warehouses, convenience stores and vacant lots – you lose your credibility.
You cannot claim there is not fraud in your system – because you are blind to what your voters are discovering with Fractal.
Election integrity is a key issue for 2024.
The article includes the following video:
There are move videos being produced about similar problems in other states.
Please take the time to listen to what has happened to our election process. This needs to be fixed before the next election.