PUBLIUS SPECIAL GUESTS: Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes are authors of Parallel Election: A Blueprint for Deception.
Read the Book That Unequivocally Proves How the 2020 Election was Stolen in Pennsylvania
Despite the mainstream media trying to gaslight the American public into believing there was no election fraud in 2020, a recent poll by Rasmussen and The National Pulse revealed that 52% of Likely U.S. voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election and 50% of voters believe it is
somewhat likely there will be widespread cheating that will affect the outcome of this fall’s congressional elections.
We must restore the public’s faith in our electoral process but to do this there must be a full litigation of the fraud perpetrated in 2020 and measures must be taken to rectify that this fraud cannot be repeated in future elections.
And therefore, despite the legal threats and bullying and intimidation tactics from the Pennsylvania political machine, Stenstrom and Hoopes have decided to tell their remarkable story, for the first time, in their new book Parallel Election: Blueprint for Deception. Ever since Delaware County residents Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes witnessed the massive election fraud perpetrated in their home county on November 3rd, 2020, they have made it their mission to expose the fraud and bring the perpetrators to justice.
Because everything in the book is 100% accurate, the Pennsylvania political machine is resorting to unprecedented measures to prevent the publication of this book. Ever since Stenstrom and Hoopes testified at the Gettysburg hearing on November 26th, 2020, they have been working through the system to obtain justice, but this has not worked.
This is why they have decided to write this book. Only when the truth is made available to the public, can we begin to fix our election system.
The public must know what happened so they can demand
What makes this book so important is the “Parallel Election” that was orchestrated in Delaware County, PA and was replicated in the eight other swing states.
PLUG BOOK: Parallel Election: A Blueprint for Deception
BIO: Gregory Stenstrom is Co-Founder of Patriot.Online, a digital privacy ecosystem and social media platform. He is a technology leader and data scientist who has been CEO, CTO, and CIO for multiple corporations. He has extensive experience in computer sciences, security, and fraud investigations, and an industry reputation as a formidable problem solver who distills complexity into actionable simplicity. A former US Naval Officer, he served as a Surface Warfare Officer, and in Commanding and Executive Officer roles for Special Warfare and Special Operations. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.
BIO: Leah Hoopes is a small business owner, and Republican Committeewoman for Bethel Township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. She previously worked as a licensed physical therapy assistant. As a Krav Maga instructor and practitioner, she devotes substantial time to training women in self-defense both physically, and emotionally. She has become increasingly well-known as a highly effective political activist, who develops strategic and tactical political action plans, and recruits experts and advocates to execute those plans. She holds an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice from Delaware Community College and Associates of Science in Physical Therapy from Harcum College.
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CA has Automated License Plate Readers that can Misidentify cars as “stolen” when they are not!
This is how Big Brother Technology can get you killed!
PUBLIUS SPECIAL GUEST: Jonathan Hofer, is a Research Associate at the Independent Institute. He is author of the new report, The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement License Plate Readers in California and Safeguards to Protect the Public. Jonathan and his brother (his brother is an attorney) were pulled over by the CA Highway Patrol and held at gunpoint on the ground because the car they were driving in was misidentified as stolen.
Law Enforcement Agencies Using License Plate Readers Earn California Golden Fleece® Award for Inadequate Safeguards
Oakland, CA—Law enforcement agencies are essentially testing surveillance systems on Californians with their use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs). ALPRs are high-speed cameras capturing images of passing cars, enabling the collection of information from vehicles’ license plates. The costly technology has troubling error rates resulting in frequent baseless vehicle stops.
Because of their failure to adopt basic standards to protect public safety and public privacy, California jurisdictions and law enforcement agencies that have adopted ALPRs are awarded the thirteenth California Golden Fleece® Award for failing to implement and maintain proper safeguards.
The new report, The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement License Plate Readers in California and Safeguards to Protect the Public, highlights the risks ALPRs pose to the civil rights of California motorists. Several key recommendations are included in the report to help ensure the privacy, safety, and constitutional rights of Californians. Jurisdictions across the country should also adopt these recommendations before using ALPR technology.
Proponents argue the ALPRs help police identify stolen vehicles, people wanted for a crime, and missing persons. When a law enforcement agency stops a vehicle identified as stolen by an ALPR system, a high-risk felony traffic stop is initiated, magnifying mistakes if erroneous data is collected by the ALPR.
“There is currently little scholarly evidence suggesting that ALPRs achieve the goals stated by law enforcement. More analysis must be undertaken before we can know if ALPRs produce significant benefits and what the benefits might be,” said Jonathan Hofer, Independent Institute policy research associate and author of the report.
Hofer offers recommendations that must be adopted to protect both public privacy and public safety, including; ALPR data-collection and retention limits, regular data cleaning, transparency, and strong enforcement mechanisms when violations occur.
“Until a structure is in place that protects individuals’ privacy and provides law enforcement with a template to ensure accountability and public safety, no ALPR network is satisfactory,” says Hofer, who in 2018 was held at gunpoint, face down on the ground, by police when he was a passenger in a car misidentified as stolen by an ALPR.
Jonathan Hofer earned a BA in political science from the University of California, Berkeley. He has written extensively on both California and national public policy issues. His research interests include privacy law, local surveillance, and the impact of emerging technologies on civil liberties.
Dick Morris: Indicting Trump is Like a Fine for Overdue Library Book
Indicting Trump is Like a Fine for Overdue Library Book
By Dick Morris
An indictment of Trump for the documents found in an FBI search of his Florida home would be like having an overdue library book more than a national security issue. The strategy here by Biden’s people is to get off the presidential record and attack Trump personally, and the key element was raiding Mar-a-Lago. That is just creating an issue for Trump that’s terribly effective for him. The next step will be that they’re going to indict Trump on a records violation about the National Archives. That’s a little bit like indicting someone for having an overdue library book because the archivist is, in the last analysis, a librarian. [more…]
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