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By Jon Christian Ryter

December 31, 2017 • Copyright 2018

The easy answer? Build a new email list. The hardest thing to do? Build a new email list. In 1999 I began a junior version of this websitean AOL sub-domain website (which means in a really good week anywhere from 100 to 200 people clicked on it.) Compare that with www.jonchristianryter.com which evolved with the transition in 2001 when AOL torpedoed their subdomain website project which they hoped, one would imagine, that they could fill those subdomain websites with paid ads for AOL. (That's a fair price for the AOL customer getting free Internet space.) I suspect it wasn't a profit center for them, which is the likely reason why they dumped it.

On April 8, 2005 I wrote a piece called "The Malachy Prophecy" concerning Pope John Paul II's death (http://www.jonchristianryter.com/2005/040805.html) concerning a 900 AD prophecy dealing with the end of the world. This article received over 18 million hits, with the majority of them coming from Europe and South America. On April 19 John Paul's successor, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was named Pope Benedict XVI. It also had over 18 million readers. He was to be the last pope, followed by one anti-pope in an article entitled (http://www.jonchristianryter.com/2005/041905.html )"The Jesuit Takeover of the Catholic Church" on March 13, 2013 was triggered by the forced resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. The Cardinal was Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina who became Pope Francis I. (http://www.jonchristianryter.com/2015/150720.html) Less than a quarter of the readers interested in the first two articles linked up to this one. He was a political appointment not a theological one.

By the way, those subscribing to Jon Christian Ryter's Conservative World at that time totaled 900 people. Who would have thought that 900 people could trigger 18 million readers to one article—on three different occasions. Actually, four of my articles amassed over 18 million readers. The heading on the fourth article (which was actually the first), ran on June 13, 2004 made the statement why "Hillary Can't Constitutionally Be Elected the President"....in fact, she can't be Vice President, either because Article II is gender based. That was the first article, in 2004, that hit over 18 million readers. (And, not because Hillary Clinton was popular.)

For Hillary, or any woman, to be president, the Constitution needs to be amended because Article II of the Constitution is gender-based. That article ran on Nov. 20, 2004. (http://www.jonchristianryter.com/2004/112004.html) The left, using enough RINOs to make the bill appear to be non-partisan, would allow women or naturalized citizens to become president. The bill got nowhere because no one wanted neither Hillary Clinton nor Nancy Pelosi anywhere near the Oval Office (forbidden by the Constitition) unless they were there to scrub floors and dust the furniture. The left couldn't muster enough support for the bill to even alert the puiblic that it was happening. http://www.jonchristianryter.com /2004/112004.html

I began getting in serious trouble with the social progressives (i.e., communists) during the summer of 2016. Once I uncovered how Hillary planned to steal the election, a couple of things, strangely,began to happen to my computer. Then Frontier Telephone shut my modem down throughout the 2016 Republican and then Democratic conventions. When I managed to get a tech from Frontier out to my home almost two weeks later, I told him on the phone before he came that I wanted to watch what he did so I could fix it myself. Before he had a repair tool kit open I told him I was going to get a cup of coffee. It took me less than 30 seconds. When I turned back around the computer was operating normal. It angered me and I complained. He took a small piece of paper out of his pocket and handed it to me as he prepared to leave. I opened it. It said, "Don't let anyone tell you to push the little red button on the bottom of the modem." I think he was told not to answer the customer if he asked the "why guestion."

Now, let's look at how Hillary planned to steal the election, (and why she felt she didn't feel the need to campaign in "safe" blue states where she ultimately lost the election). Oh, by the way, the reason she won the "popular vote," is because no one compared the number of registered voters who voted with the number of votes in the ballot boxes. If they had, I suspect Hillary wouldn't have amassed those excess popular votes.

The Democrat National Committee figured out a fool-proof method which would allow illegal aliens to cheat and not raise enough suspicion to cause the GOP to demand matching the number of registered voters who voted with the number of ballots counted. The polls are padded. The article under "2¢ Worth" is "How the Left Steals Votes," found at (http://www.jonchristianryter.com/Two_Cents/2cworth.161105.html).

How do you pad the polls? The Democrat-controlled polls over-sample because of a memo from John Podesta to use the metrix established by Atlas Project (a liberal polling company) for all swing state surveys. They think it better reflects the views of the minority vote (which isn't materializing). But, nevertheless, they do it, arguing that it doesn't sway the opinion if, in a survey of 1,000 people where 10% of the population included in the survey (or 100 total) are Hispanic, they over-sample Hispanics by as much as 50% of the total to be "inclusive." Atlas claims doing that does not affect the outcome of the poll, because when they put the sampling together they only use 100 Hispanics in the survey. (They claim they only use 500 Hispanics in order to "assess the subset"—whatever that means.)

It's important to understand that the polling numbers which reflect Trump in the lead (above) were largely done by private polling firms not tied to the liberal media. The polls you watch on Fox News are largely media polls, and thus, are biased against Trump. Trump's team has been very vocal in expressing the opinion that the Democrats are using "poll-rigging" to claim leads they don't actually possess. Why would they do that?

Because if you believed Clinton had a five, six or more point lead over Trump, you wouldn't be surprised when the popular votes were counted and she won the popular vote.

(If you remember the media in the 2008 election wrap-ups talking about the 35 million new, young minority voters that Barack Obama brought into the system, let me say this: they never existed. In fact, a lot of the usual Democratic voters who regularly vote in presidential elections, stayed at home in 2008 and, moreso, in 2012 because Obama never kept any of his "share the wealth" promises in 2008.The Democrat-controlled polls over-sample because of a memo from John Podesta to use the metrix established by Atlas Project (a liberal polling company) for all swing state surveys. They think it better reflected the views of the minority vote (which didn't really materialize). But, nevertheless, they did it, arguing that it doesn't sway the opinion if, in a survey of 1,000 people where 10% of the population included in the survey (or 100 total) are Hispanic, they over-sample Hispanics by as much as 50% of the total to be "inclusive." Atlas claims doing that does not affect the outcome of the poll, because when they put the sampling together they only use 100 Hispanics in the survey. (They claim they only use 500 Hispanics in order to "assess the subset"—whatever that means.)

It's important to understand that the polling numbers which reflected Trump in the lead were largely done by private polling firms not tied to the liberal media. The polls you watch on Fox News and the fake news outlets were largely media polls, and thus, were biased against Trump. Trump's team was very vocal in expressing the opinion that the Democrats are using "poll-rigging" to claim leads they didn't actually possess. Why would they do that?

Because if you believe Clinton has a five, six or more point lead over Trump, you wouldn't be surprised when the votes were counted and she had theoretically won. If you remember the media in the 2008 election wrap-ups talking about the 35 million new, young minority voters that Barack Obama supposedly brought into the system they never existed. In fact, a lot of the usual Democratic voters who regularly vote in presidential elections, stayed at home in 2008 and, moreso, in 2012 because Obama never kept any of his "share the wealth" promises (except to liberal cronies).. If you take away the imaginary votes counted in 2008 (and again in 2012), you will find that in each of those elections, Obama actually won only about 32 million votes. The rest were "won" by computer theft. By the way, almost every nation in Europe which began using computer voting under the guise that it prevented vote fraud all ended up returning to paper ballots and a #2 pencil. America's problem was that they trust crooked politicians who have been trying to steal dictatorial control over the US government for the last two decades.

This link, http://www.jonchristianryter.com/Video/2016/160429.html is the tale of a Washington State Social Progressive grandmother, Beverly Harris who believed, in 2000, that George W. Bush stole the election from Al Gore (because Gore insisted he did)—and she was determined to prove it. Her quest to do just that began in 2003 based on an assertion from Gore that Bush stole 16,222 votes in Valusia County. Democrats argued that it appeared that both the Bush and Gore tabs were pushed, therefore the Democrats should prevail. When the rigged initial count was complete, Bush won the election by 1,784 votes, triggering an automatic recount. When it was completed, Bush still led by slightly over 900 votes. By this time, all of the other States had completed their counts and the election hung on Florida. The Florida Supreme Court authorized another count and the Bush people filed a suit in the US Supreme Court and reached a ruling as the Bush's lead over Gore dwindled to 327 as Gore was demanding more recounts in four leftwing counties which Gore had won by wide margins, hoping to find 500 Bush ballots they could disqualify.. (Federal law says you cannot contest a county you won). Based on 3 U. S. C. § 5 Tilden v Hayes [1876] and McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U. S. 1, 35 [1892])—federal law mandates that the States cannot change the rules on how votes are tabulated once the first ballot is cast.

Harris could not find any fraud in Valusia County but what she found over the next six years was even more shocking. Beverly Harris is the first honest election advocate who has unequivocally proven that any electronic voting machine in the country can be hacked in 90 seconds or less in order to manipulate the votes cast in that voting machine—without leaving any trace that the machine, or the entire voting system, had been hacked. That's why we need to return to paper ballots and #2 pencils. Computers erase the human fingerprints from the ballot and whatever tally exists becomes the election total.

Like most Americans, Harris began her search for answers on Google. Since she was looking for vote fraud in California after members of the California Task Force on Electronic Voting told her they asked ES&S (which California was using) how the voting machines were programmed. ES&S refused to answer.

Harris decided to find out for herself. She went to Google and entered "@essvote.com" in the Google search, hoping to pull up emails to or from ES&S executives whom she could query for the answers to the questions they wouldn't divulge to members of the e.vote task force. She found a few email addresses, but didn't want to alert ES&S that she was investigating them until she learned enough to be able to ask pertinent questions which didn't give ES&S enough wiggle room to escape. She then entered "global election systems" and tried again. On the 15th page of that search Harris found some old documents which included a file ending with .gesn.com. From there, she found an archive page for GESN.com and with it, a FTP transmission portal which was used to transmit extremely large computer files from point A to point B. Harris and her cybergeek colleague realized that what they had, once they opened the FTP site, was a super cache of top secret vote data parked on an unprotected file transfer site on the Internet. There were 40,000 files in that site which took Harris from ES&S to Diebold, Inc.

Somehow Harris was able to upload all of the software from the gesn.com FTP site, including all of the source code from the program which was parked unattended and not password protected. She was able to upload the source code program onto her own computer over several hours. Reading the source code, on the other hand, proved to be a different matter. She called her cybergeek friend who was able to translate it for her over a period of weeks. What she and her company, Black Box Voting.org. discovered was that the source code, which theoretically was supposed to made it impossible for anyone to hack a Diebold (or ES&S) source code program, was just so much cyber-hype. The cybergeek Harris used to translate the Diebold hard drive discovered an application in the Diebold program called GEMS which rewrites the code on how the votes cast are counted.

The results of this study demonstrate that a fractional vote feature is embedded in each GEMS application which can be used to invisibly, yet radically, alter election outcomes by pre-setting desired vote percentages to redistribute votes cast by the citizen voter. This tampering is not visible to election observers, even if they are standing in the room and watching the computer. Use of the decimal vote feature cannot be detected by auditing or canvass procedures, and can be applied across large jurisdictions in less than 60 seconds.

In 2010 Diebold, Inc. was purchased by Premier Election Solution; and sometime later by Dominion Voting Systems. According to Black Box Voting.org, every voting machine in use today uses compromised source code. Thus, whatever name appears on the electronic voting machine you find in your voting booth the source code is the same.

GEMS is a cyber cheat sheet that was used in the US national elections from 2006 to 2016--and, of course, it will be used in 2018 which is why Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi spoke with such certainty that the Democrats will win control of the House...and she would be Speaker of the House. And, when the left impeaches both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Penceshe expects to become the first woman President by simply stealing the job because the Speaker of the House follows the president and VP if they are both impeached under the 25th amendment..

This website is problematic for the left—particularly the death of Chief Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in an expose introduced by the European Times (http://www.jonchristianryter.com/Plain_Talk/160219.html); and scores of other articles which somehow never seemed to made it into your local newspaper or your local news.. Which is why my email list was destroyed. I need your help, and the help of a hundred or more conservatives who feel the content you will find on this site important enough for your friends, relatives and neighbors to read...and pass along to their friends and email buddies.

If you find this website to your liking, you can receive my new articles some older ones you haven'd read anywhere else...and several pertinent political updates by sending me your email address to rebuild my email list. Thanks—Jon Christian Ryterinkslinger1940@yahoo.com

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