Before the security camera footage went out for about an hour, we see an image of NH Associate AG Anne Edwards walking toward a table covered with “secured” ballots – from the November election in Windham.
My contact in Windham tells me that, before the cameras go out, the state Trooper (also pictured) can be heard saying something to the effect that there’s nobody else in the room.
Of course not. It’s a secured room shortly before midnight.
We are interested in why the trooper would say that. Or why the live stream microphones were on before the cameras (all pictures and audio) were off for an hour and 15 minutes. But why was Ann Edwards from the NH AG’s office even there at that hour?
At 11:15 pm on Wednesday. And then the cameras go black for over an hour.
According to my source, on Thursday morning, there were four more boxes of ballots than the original number signed off by Nicole from the Town of Windham. The Windham clerk signed off 23 boxes but the auditors have 27?
Why didn’t anyone notice that on Wednesday?
Wait. There’s more.
Why is the NH AG’s office, which refused to investigate the election discrepancies for months now, and has no statutory authority, “taking over the audit” and directing the auditors (who for some unknown reason are listening to them)?
Why is the LHS Associates guy, Jeff Silvestro, whose business stands to lose large if these ballot-counting machines prove to be the source of the problem (we use them all over the state), there every day all day chatting up the NH AG’s office reps on site, Ann Edwards and Nick Chong Yen?
The chain of custody records are not correct. They are missing documents (more on that later). We potentially have boxes of ballots appearing overnight that were not originally included. The NH AG has taken over, and they are warm and fuzzy with the guy who has the most to lose if the audit reveals that the discrepancies are a result of his equipment.
How did the cameras go out for over an hour if no one else was there?
The Vegas odds are that they will do anything to make the machines look good and scapegoat someone else. Probably Bill Gardner, the Secretary of state, oversaw the original recount that uncovered a potential counting error no one wanted to investigate until forced to do so.
The manual recount resulted in a significant shift in results from the machine tape. It did not flip any races, but several candidates saw swings of up to 300 votes. That’s huge in a small town. That us why we’re where we are. To find out why.
If the fix is in and they intend to show the machines are not guilty, how do you blame the recount held in a room full of observers from both sides?
Don’t hold your breath. This is New Hampshire. Regardless of party, the ruling class has been finding ways to hide or dismiss voting fraud for decades. It would be crazy to think this will be any different.