SBE Memo: Seven Ways to Steal Elections

July 30, 2020 (Raleigh) North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) Executive Director, Karen Bell issued a Numbered Memo to County Boards of Election (CBE) that enables any web-savvy activist to request absentee ballots for unsuspecting neighbors and for otherwise missing voters.

Since stealing elections is more lucrative than robbing banks, why do “experts” keep telling us “it’s not widespread”?

We’ve seen it for years in California, but NC law is now rigged for thousands of voters to discover one of three realities during this election cycle:

  1. An absentee ballot will appear in some mailboxes and it’s mysteriously issued to somebody you’ve never met.
  2. Many people will arrive at the polls and be told that they already voted absentee;
  3. Former NC residents, now living in other states, will “phantom” vote from their prior NC addresses.

The memo (2020-15) addresses two audiences: 1) Innocent people who enforce and follow the rules; and 2) corrupt people who will flood the state with votes from people who either moved to another state, who died, or who don’t really exist, because they were illegally registered by activists.

Seven helpful election hacks:

Hack 1) A ballot will be sent as long as the request form includes the voter’s date of birth and the last four of the voter’s Social Security number (SSN4) but voters are not required to provide their SSN4 when registering.

As reported earlier, Pasco Parker’s interstate double voting convictions revealed his using two different SSN4s to vote in Tennessee and North Carolina. This raises some important questions.

How do CBEs confirm a voter’s SSN4?

What guidance is there for ballot requests that use a bogus SSN4?

Hack 2) The memo declares that only the voter, a near relative, a verifiable guardian, or nursing home volunteer (called a MAT) are allowed to request the ballots, but the fine print adds this helpful hack provision:

In the absence of evidence to the contrary, a county board of elections should presume that the request was submitted by an authorized person.”

Hack 3) CBE officials “may consider the return address of the envelope” in making sure the request came from someone allowed to request the ballot but adds another hack provision:

If there is no return address and no other information indicating the request was submitted by someone other than [the authorized persons] the request is valid.”

Hack 4) Thanks to the incompetent leadership at our state legislature, the law now allows people to request ballots via email. The memo shuns multiple emails from the same email addresses and allows officials to consider anything as “evidence” that the email address is legal. Then it gave the magic words to include if you want to cheat.

An example of language that would be acceptable in the body of the email is ‘I certify that I am the voter and that I personally transmitted this request by email. Sincerely, [INSERT VOTER’S NAME].’ It is not required that this language be used, but an email with this language will be acceptable.”

Hack 5) In case you needed another reason that our legislative leaders should resign, the memo adds . . .

The voter’s signature should not be compared with the voter’s signature on file because this is not required by North Carolina law.”

Hack 6) Since nobody cares about the signature, should we still applaud when the memo scolds, “A typed signature is not acceptable, even if it is cursive or italics such as is commonly seen with a program such as Docusign”? That section of the memo allows more signature hacks:

 • The voter signs the form by hand with a pen, pencil, etc.; [Q: Are crayons acceptable?]

• The signature is made by the voter’s hand with their finger or stylus on a touchscreen or using a mouse to draw their signature;

• The voter copies and pastes a photo their unique signature onto the request form; and

• The voter makes their mark on the form. [Q: Is an “X” acceptable?]

Hack 7) The memo requires county boards to maintain logs of absentee ballot request forms being delivered but throws in one last helpful hack:

If a county board’s office is closed to the public due to COVID-19, the logging requirement is waived, but the county board shall provide a secure, immovable drop box for the return of absentee request forms and other documents.”

What now?

Certain corrupt election boards will coordinate their COVID closings with their favorite harvesting operations, to make sure they can drop off a few hundred request forms without signing any pesky logs.

Lest we forget the summer of 2018, Robseon CBE famously accepted delivery of 603 request forms and SBE Vice-Chairman Josh Malcolm, from Robeson County, allowed investigators to ignore that evidence. Was it because the mysterous applications didn’t fit the narrative in their targeted investigation of McCrae Dowless?

Granted, we could all complain to Director Bell for this chaos, but why bother? She’s just doing what bureaucrats do. From Virginia to Guam, they rig elections to make vote fraud both easier to commit and harder to detect. We could complain to our bumbling legislative leaders, but they’re no longer fear their smelly voters who probably shop at Wal-Mart.

Two Solutions

  1. Target your words. Echo your concerns loud enough for President Trump to get the message. We suggest you sign a White House petition, asking him to host a summit on voter fraud before the election. Instead of inviting the “renowned experts,” who give talking points about the electoral fraud they did not find, we want the White House to let state-based election-integrity groups give the facts about the fraud they actually found.
  2. Target your actions. Pull up your sleeves and do the hard work to ensure election integrity. Nobody can provide a single solution to all of these problems, but today’s answer starts the process: Canvass your neighborhoods in a deliberate way.

This 15-minute video shows how to generate the paperwork you’d need for finding “phantom voters” in your house, neighborhood, and community.

Check it out! Happy hunting!!!