It’s Called “Database Latency,” And That’s How They Did It in 2020 and 2022…

It’s Called “Database Latency,” And That’s How They Did It in 2020 and 2022…

If you read Wayne Dupree a lot, you know that I am a big fan of the folks over at American Thinker. There’s not a day that goes by, when I am not on their site, reading their stuff. They offer such interesting points of view, and the writers are just some of the smartest in the biz. So, today, while I was poking around, I found a piece that literally blew me away. Yes, it’s about election fraud, but no, it’s unlike any other “election fraud” piece you’ve ever read before.

We all know that Dems pulled off s0-called “wins” by utilizing mail-in ballots, ballot harvesting, and ballot curing. That’s not up for debate, right? But, there’s so much more to it than just that. That’s the surface, and as with everything “Dem-related,” there is so much more lurking beneath the surface, and up until now, we haven’t seen any real breakdown of the process. But, thanks to the fine folks over at American Thinker, namely Jay Valentine, that’s changing.

Thanks to Jay, you’re about to learn what the term “Database Latency” means, and how the Dems used it, to pull off election fraud.

Jay Valentine’s amazing piece is a real eye-opener on this topic, and I will post some of it here, but I really encourage you to read it all, and I will link to it at the end of this piece. But without further ado, here’s what Jay has to say about Database Latency:

A policeman pulls over a speeder.  The police computer reports that three hours ago a similar vehicle and person held up a liquor store — so the police are on alert.

No database latency.

County election managers change the zip code of 31,000 voters on September 3. Ballots go out that week.  Those 31,000 are undeliverable.  Someone collects those valid ballots.  On September 15th, those addresses are quietly changed back.

National Change of Address Database (NCOA) will not pick up those address changes.  They didn’t happen because there is no history.

The 31,000 citizens were getting their mail just fine — except for ballots.  Ballot addresses were driven by the county mail-in ballot database — the one that was changed, then changed back.

Many states send ballots to everyone; the recipient is none the wiser that they never received a mail-in ballot.  They may vote in person.  Oops!  “You already voted!”  Ever heard that?

Welcome to database latency.

Our bad guy pals know they can change voter rolls, take an action, then change them back.  Who would know?

A thousand voters are changed from inactive, voted, then changed back, and how would you ever know?  With lots of complex footwork, you could eventually tell from their voter history file — months after the election.

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Database latency, as you likely gathered, is when current reality lags the underlying record.  We all experience it in our electronics-driven society.

The ballot gathering scammers know about latency — it’s their ground game!

To Republicans, election engineering is civics. To Democrats, it’s business — and they are great at it!

Okay, now you can see why you have to read the rest of this amazing piece. Please, head over to American Thinker, and read it here

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