During the Sept. 1 episode of "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" on Brighteon.TV, he pointed out that America always had nefarious actors in elections. To begin, he cited the first instance of "nefarious" mail-in voting that happened during President Abraham Lincoln's term. During that time, soldiers on the frontlines of the Civil War cast their ballots by mail.
About a century later, the first instance of "votes found in a random box" occurred during the senatorial campaign of former President Lyndon B. Johnson. However, Pulitzer mentioned that institutionalized criminality done using different methods officially increased during the Johnson administration.
Pulitzer also mentioned that voter rolls and poll books are prime examples of how election fraud is done. This worsened with the government's use of computers. In one example, he cited how the database of voters born in the year 1900 had been used to skew election results to favor certain candidates. (Related: Connecting the Dots: Forensic computer expert exposes methods used in election fraud – Brighteon.TV.)
"So, there's a lot of artifacts and that's why we went back in time to show you because it's not just about cheating. It's about laying the groundwork to enable and allow the cheat and try to hide it," he told Vandersteel. "That's where our own government has done this."
Pulitzer also denounced how Washington is federalizing elections, remarking: "We don't have federal elections. We have state elections by state laws, 50 of them. But the government has done everything they can do to federalize the elections. Unfortunately, it's happened right under our noses, but in secret."
The "Right Now" host agreed, adding that the the federalization of elections is completely antithetical to the foundation of the country which was a union of states. She also lamented that while evidence of election fraud is everywhere, there are no courts to adjudicate it.
According to Pulitzer, Americans are lost about how election fraud can happen – more than a century down the line. He explained that it is a long-term game no different from "The Communist Manifesto" that has been put into play. The so-called "countdown to chaos," which involved a countdown to the November 2020 elections, centers on this long game.
Vandersteel meanwhile remarked that there has been a lot of concern about the election fraud that continues to happen. The issue is becoming more rampant, given that illegal aliens are flooding the country and changing the face of the electorate. She then asked if the American people could outvote the election fraud.
"It's impossible to outvote the fraud," Pulitzer sadly answered. "Even if we get rid of machines, we still have a deficit … [in] how they're packing the voter rolls. But the problem is people just don't understand how all of this connects."
The election investigator wasn't all doom and gloom, however. He cited how activist group Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit and won after proving the existence of over a million bad voter registrations in Los Angeles. But Pulitzer warned that winning a lawsuit means nothing if the American people don't focus on getting it to completion.
"We kind of have a dual thing we have to do. We have to get much better at our lawsuits and petitions. We have to look at our voter rolls that's where the work is. That's the stuff that we can do before 2024. And then we have to understand, we can't do any half measures," he told Vandersteel.
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Watch the Sept. 1 episode of "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" below. "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" airs weekdays at 8-9 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.