Pennsylvania. A Key Swing State. Voter Registration Files. DHS and The States Say They Weren’t Touched By Russia! (This should scare the hell out of all of us!)
This is the largest data analysis we have ever done. We took six, complete Pennsylvania Voter Registration Files and compared them over more than a one-year period!
Each data set has over 8.5 million registered voters. Each voter’s record contains 153 data fields. That’s over 50 million records, and nearly 8 billion pieces of data.
To compare any two time-frames, we had to be able to crunch 17 million records. In order to do this, we had to rent high-speed, online computers. We worked on this data virtually non-stop for three months!
Rather than importing this data into a database and running simple statistical queries, we uploaded it onto a high-speed cloud computer and wrote scripts. Dozens of scripts.
At first we didn’t know what to look for. So we just probed the data. We counted the voters in each county, for each data set, by party.
Then we started noticing odd things. Duplicate records. Voter records changing in ways that didn’t make any sense at all. We wrote more scripts, based on what we found. Looking for duplicate and anomalous data within each data set. Looking for changes in voter data between data sets.
We wrote dozens of scripts. Pulled out over a million lines of data for closer examination. The more we looked the less it made sense.
This entailed months of work—writing scripts then rewriting them so they would run more efficiently. Moving data up to the cloud and downloading results. Examining the data and talking about what it all means and what to look at next.
What lies ahead
This series of articles highlights our findings to date. It’s important to note:
> A database is an organized collection of data.
> A database does not have a mind of its own.
> A database merely displays the information within it.
What we are about to disclose are changes to the Pennsylvania Registration Database that make no sense. These changes were not done by the database. These changes were done through changes to data that were then inserted into the Database.
In our previous article, we discussed the laws pertaining to this data. No voter’s data record can be changed without that voter knowing. In most cases, the voter must make the change. If a change is made by the state, a voter must be notified.
Over and over we found changes that voters were completely unaware of.
We’ve all heard stories ranging from 39 states’ Voter Registration Databases were being targeted by Russia—to the more recent stories that it was 21 states. Both DHS and the states have told us repeatedly that the Voter Registration Files weren’t touched. They were safe.
We don’t believe that this is true. And we don’t think you will, either, after reading this.
Some questions to consider:
> Why Are They Feeding Us This Dialogue?
> Who Manipulated This Data?
> How Did They Manipulate This Data?
> How Did This Affect the Election?
Now, let’s take a closer look at what happened. Get ready to jump down the rabbit hole!
And a huge thank you to Michelle Zuckerman from One Person One Verified Vote for pointing us in the right direction and getting the data sets for us.
Read the rest of the Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Series:
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part I
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part II
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part III
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part IV (Current article)
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part V
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part VI
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part VII
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part VIII
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part IX
- Pennsylvania Rabbit Hole Part X
Written by Unhackthevote