Expert Testimony by Jovan Hutton Pulitzer at Georgia Ballot Hearing is Devastating

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- On 30 December 2020, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer gave a presentation to the Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee, on how he and his company can detect many types of election fraud with a simple, easy examination of the physical ballots, by running them through forensic machines designed to detect physical signatures of the ballots. Pulitzer is a pattern recognition expert holding over 200 patents. His patents are used on 12 billion handheld devices around the world.

They would not be looking at handwritten signatures. Those are not on the ballots. The would-be detecting physical signatures of folding, printing, marking and codes that exist on the paper used for the ballot.  Every physical process done to a ballot leaves marks. Those minuscule marks, often invisible to the human eye, are the physical signatures Mr. Pulitzer is talking about.

This physical forensic audit of the paper ballots completely circumvents the election software. From a comment on freerepublic.com:

Sorry if I’m repeating something…

His method is to examine the folds on the paper ballot.

These ballots were folded by machine, and each valid one
was folded identically.

He can run the ballots through a device, and it will spit out
the ballots that weren’t folded by an official machine.

If they slipped fake ballots in, his system will pick it
up at once.

He claims his process can tell you, with 100% accuracy:

  • How many ballots were printed by what machine.
  • How many ballots were mailed.
  • How many ballots were filled out by machine.
  • How many ballots were counted more than once.
  • How many ballots were scanned more than once.
  • What candidates were marked on all the ballots in the categories above.
  • What ballots went through adjudication

One of the slides in Mr. Pulitzer's presentation shows a quote from a Fulton County Election official, saying 106,000 of 113,130  votes were adjudicated, an astounding 93.67% adjudication rate. Pulitzer says that the high adjudication rate shows the machines were not working as they should. This shows similarities with high adjudication rates in Michigan and Nevada, and potentially in Arizona and Wisconsin.

He claims his process can do the forensic analysis quickly and cheaply, for all paper ballots.

Mr. Pulitizer has volunteered to do the forensic evaluation of the paper ballots for free. He has donated his time, expertise, equipment, and company assets.

He says he does not care who wins. He simply wants to ensure an accurate count is made, so this never happens again.

He says, without faith in the election process, we do not have a country.

While Jovan Hutton Pulitzer was giving his testimony to the subcommittee, more information came in. Voting was ongoing in the runoff elections for Senators in Georgia. There is a Twitter video of what Pulitzer had to report.

Twitter link about ability to hack into the Georgia machines live.

Here is a partial transcript of what Pulitzer reported at that time:

“At this very moment, at a polling locating in the County, not only do we now have access to the devices, to the poll pad, the system, but we are in.  And it is not supposed to have wifi, and that is not supposed to be able to happen, So we've documented now, its communicating two ways, in real time,  mean it is receiving data and sending data, should never happen, shouldn't be wifi, we've now documented it in real time, so we can shut down the data. But that is going on right there where everyone is voting. And, I just wanted to get it into the record.”

The subcommittee was impressed with Mr. Pulitzer's testimony. They voted to request that the Fulton County Board of elections allow examination of the paper ballots. This is a transcript of the request/resolution of the subcommittee:

“That the Fulton County Board of Elections would make the absentee ballots cast in Fulton County, on the November 3 election, before the November 3rd election, be made available to be inspected by the Chealy Group, through the process that Mr. Pulitzer outlined earlier today.”

The vote was unanimous and affirmative.

The Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee does not control any police. It is not clear if more votes by the full committee or the Senate are required. It is not clear if the Fulton County Board of Elections will allow the forensic examination to be conducted.

The methods portrayed by Mr. Pulitzer are convincing. They offer a simple way to detect several different kinds of election tampering. They are not absolute. They would not detect, for example, double voting with fraudulently obtained ballots, phantom voting, or voting by illegal voters. However, they would do much to restore confidence in the election process.

Will the Fulton County Board of Elections fight this attempt to show transparency in the election process?

If past history is any indicator, they will lawyer up create legal excuses not to allow the examination. Not allowing the examination makes them appear to be guilty. They do not seem to care.


About Dean Weingarten:

Dean Weingarten has been a peace officer, a military officer, was on the University of Wisconsin Pistol Team for four years, and was first certified to teach firearms safety in 1973. He taught the Arizona concealed carry course for fifteen years until the goal of Constitutional Carry was attained. He has degrees in meteorology and mining engineering, and retired from the Department of Defense after a 30 year career in Army Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation.

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tarvos
tarvos
12 days ago

Competent engineers will shake their heads in disbelief at Pulitzer’s “I have no regard for the smoking mirrors of how the machines work, the hidden stuff in the code, or how this machine is supposed to be programmed” whitewash. His peddling of ignorance is obvious. Pulitzer is a skilled fast-talker, knowing how to BS while skirting lawsuits from the actual IP owners. Listen carefully to his Georgia State Judiciary Subcommittee diatribe: He says he invented “Q-code”, knowing that most non-techie people will hear “QR-code”. But “Q-code” and “QR-code” are quite different formats. His CueCat scanner reads proprietary CRQ — “see… Read more »

Suzy
Suzy
12 days ago

Dave Lobue reported that he testified at a Senate committee hearing on Jan 2, 2021 about Georgia election fraud. “I’m Dave Lobue, and you might have have watched our testimony from DIG (Data Integrity Group) at the Georgia Senate Hearing yesterday. I’ve got 12 years experience in data science and analytics. I have a BA in Philosophy, Masters in Business/Marketing from Grenoble Ecole de Management in France, and I’m currently pursuing a Masters in Data Science from Northwestern University specializing in Artificial Intelligence.” “I’ll echo something that another team member (Justin Mealey) posted in his AMA: please forget what you’ve… Read more »

Suzy
Suzy
12 days ago

Sorry, but I don’t know what you mean by one horse pony. I see people getting their hopes up about Jovan and how he can get in their and fix things… I’m saying be very, very careful about believing what he can and cannot do in Georgia. Digital:Convergence allows media companies, manufacturers and virtually all organizations to link their printed or broadcast content and advertisements as well as their products directly to web pages deep within their websites. The company’s technology, which includes the :CueCat device and :CRQ software, takes a broadcast viewer or reader ofprint media directly to relevant… Read more »

Suzy
Suzy
12 days ago

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer is not his real name. He changed from Jeffry Jovan Philyew Jovan Hutton Pulitzer after his company went bankrupt on his :CutCat design. Sad but true…everybody’s excited about his testimony in Georgia. He can’t do anything with the 2020 ballots right now anyway. A QRCode was not printed on the ballots nor on the envelopes because this would have been an entirely new process for ballot processing. He’s talking about what he could do, with all the right parts and pieces already set up. Georgia will have forensic auditors do their forensic auditing and there are people… Read more »

RoyD
RoyD
12 days ago
Reply to  Suzy

From your three posts, “Suzy”, I take it that you are a “one horse pony.” Prove me wrong.

Suzy
Suzy
13 days ago

This is just good business research…Would you invest $185 million dollars after you’ve already lost $185 million dollars?
Can he do what he says he can do, and with what technology and with which device?

Suzy
Suzy
13 days ago

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer doesn’t have a very good track record in business. His :CueCat scanner was a failure and his company went bankrupt. His investors lost $185million dollars. What scanning device would he be using? His revamped :CueCat design or something he hasn’t yet invented? Time magazine listed his :CueCat scanner #5 out of the 50 Worst inventions: Time’s 50 Worst Inventions Ever – You Heard of Em? Segways. New Coke. Clippy. Agent Orange, Vietnam – 1961-1971. Cuecat. Subprime Mortgages. Crinoline. Virtual Boy. Farmville. Hydrogenated Oils The CueCat was an epic dot-com failure. Tech blog Gizmodo listed it as the… Read more »

RoyD
RoyD
13 days ago

Some on the other side are so insistent on having it their way, the wrong way. There are consequences for that sometimes. Sometimes those consequences go something like this:

Tombstone hells coming with me – YouTube

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
13 days ago

I watched his presentation and was convinced both by his method and data points. As usual, lefty media are in full throated denigration of both Jovan Hutton Pulitzer as a person and his methods for ferreting corruption.

https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/elections/fact_check_georgia_senate_masquerades_failed_treasure_hunter_as_hacker_and_election_security_expert

Get Out
Get Out
13 days ago

IMOA, Trump’s baseless claims of a stolen election over “voter fraud” has failed 50+ times in courts across seven states. If there were real proof of fraud he’d have been able to prove it by now.

Idaho Sniper
Idaho Sniper
13 days ago

J Hutton Pulitzer was a part of the TV series “The Curse of oak Island” and had a few very far out ideas that were kind of ridiculous. Now, it seems like he is a very intelligent mind and may help the redemption of America.

Ram
Ram
14 days ago

There has always been one faction that revered truth, and accepted outcomes
they may not have wanted.
Another faction can never tolerate any information that might conflict with their
preset narrative.
America was built by the former, and is being dismantled by the latter.

Wass
Wass
14 days ago

There are hoards of evidence of election fraud, malfeasance etc. However, the media and the Dems with some RINO assist, deny it exists at all. And that’s all it takes, in this political/social atmosphere, combined with media blackout, to put Biden in the White House.

Last edited 14 days ago by Wass
Chuck
Chuck
14 days ago

The more obstruction that”s put in place to prevent_stop a thorough audit, the more convinced I am that malfeasence occurred in this election.

JoeUSooner
JoeUSooner
14 days ago

If the Fulton County Board of Elections will not allow “the forensic examination to be conducted,” then an armed militia unit needs to immediately confront the Board… and – at whatever cost – insure that the examination does indeed occur. All future elections, nationwide, depend upon it.

Tionico
Tionico
14 days ago
Reply to  JoeUSooner

Athens Tennessee Redux.

JoeUSooner
JoeUSooner
10 days ago
Reply to  Tionico

Different set of circumstances, technology, and equipment back in Athens event. Besides, intelligent people LEARN from mistakes (their own, and other people’s mistakes).

Bubb
Bubb
14 days ago

Rocky
Rocky
15 days ago

I’m an accountant and have done numerous audits. Minute 11:30 hit home. Forensic Audits should absolutely be performed to detect anomalies.

uncle dudley
uncle dudley
15 days ago

If what Pulitzer said is a fact about his ability to show if ballots were tainted why doesn’t the republican party make a movie of his explanation and buy time on the networks for the American people to see for themselves how the election was stolen from Trump.
This would force the supreme court to rule on the cheating effecting the national race, overriding states rights when the illegal counted votes were added to the total, thus changing the outcome of who our next president would be.

Ram
Ram
14 days ago
Reply to  uncle dudley

SCOTUS (CJ: John Roberts) has already rejected the Texas suit,
which was valid, as there WAS standing, because there was provable
damages. All legitimate votes were affected by the fraudulently obtained
outcome. Even a Chief Justice can be removed from office (unless we
enter a feudal state).
It seems that the majority of government department heads, and way too many politicians are fighting to protect the system they thrive in . . .
And America, both its heritage and its future, be damned.

GeniusJoe
GeniusJoe
16 days ago

Nothing will be done in time to prevent the steal of the senatorial races. They will steal those, pack the courts, likely grant Puerto Rico statehood – and then the USA is done for. Not to mention the INSANE legislation they will pass.

Call me blackpilled if you will – but America is F****D. We gave them the keys to steal democracy when no one was looking – and COVID came and saved Biden.

God save us.

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
16 days ago

and if there is any determination that their might be fraud in the election process doesn’t the federal government have the power to step in, audit, review and investigate if the allegations are true or not? It might be a state election and they can claim that it does not effect the federal government but the opposite has already been proven to be true. That is why you have government officials breaking the law telling people to move to that state and register to vote so they can take over the vote and change Georgia, the World and America. Remember!!!!!!

Dave in Fairfax
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Dave in Fairfax
16 days ago
Reply to  musicman44mag

mm44m,

The simple answer is, “No.” Elections are controlled by the States. The Fed can step in in two circumstances, if there is a violation of a federal law, or if the state requests it to, which happens more often than you’d think. Fraud is NOT an acceptable reason for the Fed to step in. States’ Rights.

Oldman
Oldman
15 days ago

I believe there is. Right now Trump is the head of the Republic and he has the ability to enact the Executive order that places him in total control of everything. At that time he can show his proof to the People how the election was stolen and make it their decision what happens as we go forth. I say that a mass majority will not want to let this crime go unpunished.

Dave in Fairfax
Editor
Dave in Fairfax
14 days ago
Reply to  Oldman

Oldman,

He is, and could probably do that with the result that you suggest. It would be grossly unconstitutional. You either follow the Constitution even when it doesn’t say what you want or you toss it in the can and destroy the basis for our republic. It’s a Yoda thing, there is no middle ground.

RoyD
RoyD
14 days ago
Reply to  Oldman

Life is all abut choices, as I am fond to say. The difficulty lies in that while you may make the right choices someone else may make choices which counteract yours. Always have a plan “B.”
I think we are on a downgrade slope and the angle is steadily increasing.

RoyD
RoyD
14 days ago
Reply to  RoyD

Along my train of thought about choices here is a presentation that I sat through and was mesmerized by it. If you can, set aside an hour in which you will not be disturbed and watch it.

Maggie Delaney: Her Story – Feature Length – YouTube

Rocky
Rocky
15 days ago
Reply to  musicman44mag

No, most states are sovereign and retain the right to govern their own state issues. There is an established voting committee/hierarchy in place within each state. The state is looked on to settle their own disputes and it is within their right to seek federal assistance, but the federal government doesn’t have the right to interfere. That’s why martial law wasn’t declared in Washington State during the ANTIFA thuggery of the city–they have the right to declare martial law at the State level or seek Federal intervention. Washington State said no to Federal intervention–it was far more important to whip… Read more »

Tionico
Tionico
14 days ago
Reply to  Rocky

FedGov DO have the authroty to deploy federal military to “quell riot and civil disturbance”, in which category the Seattle “autnomous zone” certainly qualfies. But I beleive Mr. Trump hald his hand well,determing to let Seattle eat the wretched pot of stew they brewed up. And the People of Seattle are voting with their feet. There is a massive exodos from Seattle in long term resident, and in businesses fed up with Seattle and KingCountmadness I’ve also read recenty that their kingpin nutjob councilcritter is not only subject to recal, a move taht appears to have a good chance for… Read more »

Ram
Ram
14 days ago
Reply to  musicman44mag

The communist Stacey Abrams made that suggestion about moving
for the purpose of tilting an election. But there used to be rules governing
the status of residency.