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Attorney Unveils More Drop Box Proof in Contested Bridgeport Election

This Bridgeport, Connecticut mayoral race trial has been fascinating. Everything that should have been allowed to happen after the 2020 election is happening in this case. The Democrat primary on September 12th was decided by just 251 votes. The incumbent mayor “won,” challenger says there were shenanigans at the ballot drop boxes. On Tuesday of this week, the challenger’s attorneys offered additional proof of election fraud. They unveiled video of every single person who used an absentee ballot drop box in Bridgeport in the last three weeks before the election. The numbers don’t add up!

Candidate John Gomes lost the Democrat primary to incumbent Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim. Gomes is suing after surveillance video from a single drop box outside the city clerk’s office was publicly revealed. A city employee named Wanda Geter-Pataky, who is a vocal supporter of Mayor Ganim, is shown on video waddling out to the drop box at the clerk’s office in the middle of the night, and stuffing gobs of absentee ballots into the drop box.

Geter-Pataky made multiple trips to the drop box between 5:40 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. on one morning, and sent one of her co-workers to deposit several stacks after 7:00 a.m. Under Connecticut law, a person is only allowed to deposit one ballot into a drop box—their own. Otherwise, an absentee ballot has to be handed to the city clerk, who is supposed to directly sign the outside of the envelope on the date they received it.

These ballots were already inside the city clerk’s office, where Geter-Pataky works. There’s no reason for her to walk outside on multiple trips and stuff all those absentee ballots in the drop box. If the ballots were legitimately received by the clerk, at the clerk’s office, then they would all have the clerk’s signature on the envelopes, per state law.

 

Even though Bridgeport is the largest city in Connecticut, there were only about 8,000 ballots cast in the mayoral primary last month. Attorney William Bloss called Mayor Ganim’s campaign manager, Christine Bartlett-Josie, to the stand on Tuesday. He asked her how many absentee ballots were deposited in drop boxes in the primary election.

Bartlett-Josie testified that out of 2,500 absentee ballots that were received, 1,255 did not have a clerk’s signature on the envelopes. That means those 1,255 ballots were deposited in drop boxes.

Bloss, who is a veteran attorney at bringing election challenge cases to the court, came up with a simple and ingenious plan (he already knew there were 1,255 ballots dropped in drop boxes). His staff pored over all the surveillance video from the three-week period when the drop boxes were set up. Since there were so few ballots cast, this wasn’t a monumental task.

Between August 22nd and September 12th, there were only 420 people who used a drop box in Bridgeport to deposit their absentee ballots. There were 200% more ballots in the drop boxes than there were voters who used the drop boxes!

Where did those extra 855 ballots come from?

I can think of one suspect!

Isn’t this fascinating? It’s everything that should have happened after the fake and stolen 2020 election.

In Georgia, for example, True the Vote proved that there were 1,086,000 ballots that were illegitimately stuffed in drop boxes by mules working for Democrat Party NGOs. When True the Vote took their evidence to the authorities in 2021, it was so compelling that even Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was forced to open a pretend investigation into what happened.

The investigation didn’t take very long, though. That’s because the three largest Democrat counties in Georgia—Fulton County, Cobb County, and a third unnamed county—had all deleted their drop box surveillance video within 30 days of the 2020 election. That was a direct violation of federal election preservation laws. And it was also enough of an excuse for Brad Raffensperger to close the investigation. Without the drop box surveillance video, there’s no way to investigate.

Somebody obviously forgot to delete the video in Bridgeport before John Gomes’ attorneys got their hands on it. The trial is expected to last through Friday. Gomes is demanding that he either be declared the winner, or that Bridgeport should hold a do-over election. We’ll keep you posted.


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