The Illinois Equal Access to Justice Commission used to lay claim to wanting to improve the internals of the justice system to better serve their “customers”–those who had need to access the justice system.
I say used to because I am too lazy tonight to find out if that highly secretive, almost completely inaccessible Commission still exists, and I think I know that there is still a US Equal Access to Justice Commission in Washington, D.C., the only building I was not permitted to speak to anyone regarding their claimed mission to equalize access to the Justice System (catch the irony there? Can’t get meet-and-greet access, let alone the name of someone to leave a message for in person with the “Equal Access To Justice.” Can I get an Oy Veh? Such meshuggahs!).
I have always and will always forever view such Commissions to be a total and complete farce and falsehood designed to improve only the factory floor and internal mechanisms of the Justice System, and in some circles, that single opinion continues to keep me labeled as a “clear and present danger,” right along side of the paperwork that labels me a “Person Of Interest.”
My reasoning certainly seems simple and straightforward enough. If one cannot access the books containing the laws people are expected to abide by and honor repercussions from, then there can be no Equal Access to the Justice System. Period. It borrows on the well-codified precedent of #JusticeDelayedIsJusticeDenied. Get a ticket for something? Any and all obstructions to you seeing the actual word for word line item(s) applied obstructs right to defend against any and all allegations.
Imagine what it would be like if judges were unable to have access to any and all books containing laws that may or may not apply to any circumstance at all times. It happens. I cannot imagine many judges having the ability to walk into a large law library at midnight, but millions of dollars are spent purchasing copies of very specific books of law to be accessible to them at theoretical whim and will.
In fact, there is some measure of comfort in the idea that a judge might actually stay up all night every now and again pouring over volume after volume because a more uncommon set of circumstances calls for such duty towards thorough diligence.
But my headline has nothing to do with the absence of municipal code books in any accessible format, right?
All this talk about voter fraud at this point on the time line continues to seem a little silly while being absent of conversation about #CandidateFraud.
It’s similar to my opinion that we need to create a more perfect union between technology and the publishing/distributing of laws at all levels for all municipal units, except it has to do with the first true gateway to our election process.
The voters don’t really get to start leaving behind their official mark in favor of a candidate until at least the moment they register to vote, which is constantly marketed as available during all normal business hours of the appendages that handle such information intake.
There is no denying our system allows for fraudulent efforts to make their way into this particular data array, some incidental and some intentional, with all having importance and impact on the outcome.
But what of candidate fraud?
Isn’t that the #TrueStartingLine for any efforts directed towards reducing #ElectionFraud? Registered voters are mere audience members awaiting their moment to have their opinion registered in favor of one candidate or another in hopes of a candidate winning the job title–that just so happens to come with responsibilities and duties.
So what about those who want to get their names on the ballot at any and/or all costs and then dare someone to spend time and money challenging the entry?
Midlothian was wound tight enough around the whole Rybak/Kohlstedt/Pikorz/Foster hearings and what evidence was being offered to have all 4 candidates removed from the ballot. For example, an affidavit was filed stating that Rybak and Evelyn Gleason actively solicited signatures on petitions at a holiday party in which Rybak illegally/unethically used government resources to coordinate the event while stating on public record it was that of a private party that was funded with private funds.
Okay, Rybak paying the rental fees and such from anyone’s personal pocketbook does not negate, erase or delete her documenting on the invite that invitees were to RSVP to their department heads. As it was stated to be a private party, then what version of invite did non-Village employees receive? Did it read the same and if they were a private citizen, who were they supposed to RSVP to as there is no department head for them to contact?
Yes, I still harbor a whole slew of micro events leading up to the actual moment people were invited to vote for their candidate here in Midlothian that still deserve thorough examination and some measure of charges being filed against someone. Some of those events are referenced in this blog, while others will never make it here because I simply don’t know what to believe as truth and fact, compare to false fiction.
It is this continued refusal and rejection of handle a variety of issues that could quite easily crop up among the almost 7,000 municipal units that are staffed by #ThePeoplesVoice during any election cycle that have nothing to do with whether or not Russians, Chinese, North Koreans, Iranians, etc. are trying to take over our country from the inside and from any and all chairs.
I am talking about those candidates who clearly fall short of the mathematically calculated number of signatures required to get on the ballot as codified in law and in the form of a formula to be applied using Certified Election Results that are available to the public with a slight effort (sorry for the extra lifting! Osmosis and teleportation are still not that advanced yet.).
That was Jody Foster’s petitions. Short by the many, not the few. So why the Clerk of each municipality is not accountable for posting and publishing what they have determined to be such count threshholds weeks, let alone months prior to the opening day for petitions to be submitted is part and parcel of too many wanting(?)/needing(?) the system to be this wide open to having the data array corrupted with the names of people who clearly fell short of the required number of signatures.
I am talking about those candidates who refuse to abide by the law and attach supporting documentation explaining each and every single scratch-out on all pages of their petitions. What is to prevent line-item deletion of someone’s vote without their knowledge or consent? How do you prove the signer approved the strike-out? You can’t with perfection, but if the law was followed, at least there would be supporting explanation on the presence of such an alteration to such an important document.
I am talking about those candidates like Park District President Michael Kohlstedt and Commissioner Chuck Nielson who had their official paperwork state as fact that they were both running for a 4 year term and then the Illinois State Board of Elections going 50/50 with their opinions as to whether or not they had to run for the 2 years. Right now there’s a gap in the official record that’s unexplainable, thus creating a gap in all databases containing this particular data field and thus corrupting the data array.
In other words, there can be no Scrivener’s Error attached to a Certified Election Result as such results would have to be decertified, amended and then re-certified (probably why such an error has ample opportunity to be discovered and amended during much of the process) and both should have been removed from office for obstructing the process of making the necessary adjustments by activating a vote for the 2 year term “accidentally” left out the first time around.
Just think! How much of what will be printed on the 2018 ballots might not actually be factual as it relates to how long someone will be staying in office–should they win? Someone? Anyone? Economists? Activists? Government? I found this anomaly in other municipalities, such as the City of Harvey, and that wasn’t even with intentional effort to seek out corrupt data.
In fact, just to stretch this particular curve one more line-drive into the drink, let’s talk #ShadowGovernance #ViaVirtualAccounts #OutsideOfGovernmentServicesAndServers for but a moment with a dash of mention regarding quantum computing.
Former Mayor Sharon Rybak used firstname.lastname@example.org to send communications regarding Village business to no less than the Board of Trustees, as FOIA requests revealed years ago. Not only does this mean that AOL got an insider look at content that everyone else has to FOIA request if it relates to government activities and tough patooties to anyone wanting to see what Rybak considered personal and private use of said account…they have the technology, time, experience and money to do all sorts of things with the data that no one else can do, including monetizing it.
In other words, Rybak was directly sharing both public and private information with a private corporation in which their databases would No Know Difference Between Art, War and Love–even if employees and others were/are willing to allow themselves to be misled by such indistinguishable features–and then AOL used this data to improve their advertising means and methods, all driven by the information Rybak chose to send from that private corporation without board approval and formal endorsement of AOL being allowed to do such things with information that the public otherwise might never have access to–including the buying and selling of voter information……………..okay. I’m done with this slider.
So if a codified and certified copy of election results carries with it a term length that does not match up with what is called for in the municipal code book governing the municipal code book (there’s that pesky missing code book issue again…), how is it there can be any doubt that such an event does not call for special treatment to Certified Results relied on by the masses as demanded for by Kohlstedt and Nielson and that it is the duty of the municipal unit to call for a special election to occur to install the necessary continuity this false information disrupts. Did I mention that historically speaking, the Park District has had this happen a few times–at least while Rybak was employed by them?
And even after 1600 words to this post, I know I haven’t come even close to pointing out all of the other ways candidates can, and do, commit fraud.
So, while all of this talk I see and hear about all of this crime and treason hypothetically coming from the Voters Registration Data Array and continuing its perpetual state of dynamic fluidity designed to keep swirling around us…
Perhaps there should be more people paying closer attention to the Election System paperwork being submitted to all of these nodes of government within the United States of America…
This issue of candidate fraud has always come across as a National Security issue to me, especially in light of what is playing out on the International stages, but what do I know, right?
I’m just one of those self-designated #BrilliantIdiotsInTheUS being horrifically blinded by this current level of black and white noise interfering with the premise that #JusticeIsBlind #NotDeafAndDumb
Errr…I meant to say blind-sided.
Errr…wait. I meant to say colorful noise.
It’s hard to for me to write sensible sentences about things that just don’t make any sense.
I still don’t even know what to make of the Conspiracy To Overthrow the Mayor of Midlothian that happened long before the election…………..
But I’ll figure something out.
I usually do.