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“How to Steal an Election”



The ugly truth about the Soledad, 2022 Election or


For years efforts to restore even the least intrusive protection, Positive Voter Identification, have been fiercely attacked as “racist” and have little chance of being implemented. The best part is, Congress is actively seeking to “Nationalize” election rules, thus ensuring election integrity can never be restored by State or other more-local governments.

But in 2022, in Monterey County, to steal an election is much easier than you ever imagined.

Because of changes made in 2020, ostensibly to reduce Covid transmission, anyone with sufficient money, motivation, friends, or all three, can very possibly have the elected office of their dreams.

Election safeguards such as “Chain of custody” were virtually defeated, illegally, by certain courts and elected officials. That is, protections that assured the principle of “One man one vote” was for all intents and purposes removed.

As a result, your political future is wide open!

The mechanism was a one-two punch of a vast increase in the use of uncontrolled ballot drop-boxes together with millions of uncontrolled ballots (voting by mail) enabling a nearly perfect crime. As an ambitious, aspiring politician, these accrue in your favor!!!

Here’s what YOU NEED TO KNOW to steal an election and NOT GET CAUGHT:


The technique we’re discussing was uncovered with an analysis of thousands of anonymized cell phone records. It sounds complicated and it is, a little. While the perpetrators of the first known successful execution of this election theft were never charged with a crime, let alone publicly exposed, it could have become widely known. Only thanks to the efforts of the media was the story effectively suppressed. Now the federal government’s Federal Trade Commission has virtually assured the perpetrators will never be discovered, by suing the company1 that sold the anonymous cellphone geolocation data to investigators to prevent future sales and to require them to destroy existing data.  But just to be safe, instruct your “helpers” to leave their cellphones at home when obtaining or processing harvested ballots and especially when dumping them in their assigned uncontrolled ballot boxes!


This is kind of a no-brainer but it needs to be said. Have your helpers wear latex gloves. It cannot be overstated. Fingerprints are still a very compelling clue when investigating ballot harvesting and nearly proved to be the undoing of the 2022 operation. Thankfully most precincts in critical states were not on the lookout for these clues. But when a few wise guys figured out what was happening, they almost blew the cover off the operation.

Until the ballots are physically separated from their envelopes, they can still be associated with the harvesters, processors, or mules. Once they are separated at the precinct, it becomes virtually impossible to determine foul play, and no amount of counting or recounting will reveal the treachery.


Give your mules easy-to-understand instructions about how many ballots can be dropped in any one ballot box. Give them printed maps. (These guys aren’t the brightest bulbs in the rack.) Too many harvested ballots in any one ballot box may raise suspicions. Better not to take the chance. Have your mules make their drops late at night. The fewer witnesses the better.


Among the types of “helpers” needed for a successful election hijacking, we all know some of them will be, shall we say, “less than honest.” It is imperative that no fake ballots be used in your operation.  It will be tempting for our “substance-challenged” assistants to make photocopies of ballots, therefor your processing crew must be familiar with the look and feel of a legitimate ballot so they can spot counterfeits. If you must use paid aides, pay them generously and promptly. This will minimize problems.


So, we know using counterfeit ballots may get us caught, but this should not be an issue, because there are more than enough legitimate ballots available for little or no money.


  1. Post office trash cans. (Try not to be conspicuous digging them out of the trash.)
  2. Apartment complexes. (Sometimes you can hit the jackpot with 3-4 ballots from previous renters of that address. You just have to ask the residents to save them for you.)
  3. Senior Citizen homes. Ballots can frequently be had for just a smile and a kind word. Most of these folks are very lonely. If you know someone working there, ask them to bring the ballots to you. (Make sure to do something nice for this kind of help. Maybe a box of candy or a six-pack.)
  4. (Especially older relatives. They probably won’t even notice their ballot “Never came.”)
  5. Any colleges or universities with student housing. This one can be difficult if you don’t know a student living there, but just asking around campus could produce significant results!
  6. “Questionable” people. “Deceased” people, substance abusers etc., may have ballots for sale for a small price. You might have to pay a few dollars, but just think of the returns on your investment.
  7. Rural mail boxes. There are still some out there.

The most important takeaway from all this is to get to those ballots before your opponent does!

The 2020 Soledad Mayors race was determined by only about 107 votes. Vote early, vote often.  If you can’t dig up that many ballots, you don’t deserve to be in politics!!

Authors Note

As long as baseless election fraud claims theories such as this are kept from the general public, this mechanism to cheat elections will continue to exist, so please treat this information as confidential.


This piece is, of course, political satire. Anyone who wants to know more about these baseless election fraud claims/theories should watch “2,000 Mules” on (You won’t find it on that “Tube” website. It’s been “canceled.”)

by Frank Wagener

A retired prison guard, Frank Wagener knows too well what it looks like to have the government provide for your needs and assure your safety. That’s why he’s a registered Libertarian.   First exposed to Libertarian ideology in Harry Browne’s book; “Why Government Doesn’t Work” purchased at the “Cheaper” gas station in Benicia, CA in the mid-1980s, he realized that he “identified” as a Libertarian.

Having read “The FAIRTax book” in 2005, while deployed to Iraq, Frank found himself on a spiritual quest to end the IRS. Upon returning to the States, he made his activist bones in the FAIRTax movement, which he is still working with today.

Favorite saying: Until there is no other choice, I will live as if there is an America worth living for, worth fighting for, worth dying for.”