The Philadelphia city commissioners treated a bunch of ballots like trash in 2020. They literally specified a producer of trash receptacles (Securr) to make them a ballot drop box. If you had any doubt in your mind whether or not Securr made trash cans, their website url is literally “trash-cans.com.” This is the actual unit they created for the Philadelphia city commissioners. You can see the pictures they promote on their website include former city commissioner Al Schmidt too.
Obviously it isn’t illegal to use a trash can manufacturer to make a ballot drop box. I do, however, want to point out that they used converted mailbox drop boxes back in June. So, they could have gone to a mailbox manufacturer. But instead they went to somebody that makes trash cans and in fact specializes in medical waste disposal receptacles. I am pointing this out because after this box they went to an extractor to be stripped, before getting illegally counted – naked.
Background On Ballot Drop Boxes
Ballot drop boxes had never been used in Pennsylvania. In fact it was so against the rules of Pennsylvania that the Trump campaign sued the state over it. The Trump campaign released videos of people harvesting ballots at these drop boxes. It was a big deal for a little bit last year. But then in a race agains the law, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that these were constitutional. This effectively shut down the Trump lawsuit, and a judge ruled against it. That prompted the naysayers to claim that there was “no evidence” of fraud or impropriety. The reality is that it was against the law.
They did it anyway. A judge said it was okay later. It also couldn’t be proven at the time that that would have had any effect on the net result of the election. If Trump could have proven that these boxes were illegal, and if the PA Supreme Court upheld that law, something could have been done. However, Trump’s team couldn’t catch up legally speaking, to the governor Tom Wolf & his secretary Kathy Bookvar.
Even If Thinking Ballots Are Trash Is Legal, The Naked Ballots Still Are Illegal
You should find it suspicious that the city commissioners of Philadelphia went out of their way to avoid dealing with a producer of mailboxes to collect mail. It shows what they think of you and your vote. It’s trash to them. They don’t care what it said because they were always going to report the votes however they wanted. We know that because of how they extracted votes, and then counted them. I have written about this so many times but it’s still a mostly unknown phenomenon. That is why I have to keep showing you how many roads led to stripping ballots naked and counting them illegally.
That led to reporting them illegally.
Certifying them illegally.
Congress passing them illegally.
Biden being inaugurated under fraudulent precepts.
Do you see where this should be going?
Every Other Election Scam Is Over, Except These Naked Ballots
Pictures of dumped ballots? Over. Gone. Trashed. No evidence left to collect. Videos of people counting improperly? Not a big enough impact to overturn enough states that represent enough electoral votes to overturn anything. Dominion? Too complicated, plus Sidney Powell blamed the manufacturer for some reason.
In my case, I am not blaming either manufacturer. Securr makes what they make and that was never ambiguous. If a city wants to use a manufacturer to produce something, that’s their call. Even if it’s weird. In the same way, Opex makes letter opening devices. Not their fault if the city of Philadelphia is run by people too arrogant or stupid to do their jobs properly. We can’t assume these manufacturers were involved in any impropriety because there is no evidence of that. But the naked ballots should still exist because they have to retain ballots for auditing purposes. Just like financial records, these things should be stored in such a way that we can verify them again & again & again.
But we know that they think ballots are trash.
They threw away the evidence that your vote was valid.
Every mail-in ballot is naked and we have to audit them.
The Ballad of the Naked Ballots
They may think ballots are trash, but I thought they were supposed to be sacred.