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Pattern Recognition Specialist Jovan Pulitzer Says Over 300K PA Mail-In Ballots Never Processed By USPS (Video)

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From The Gateway Pundit:

In mid-December pattern recognition specialist Jovan Hutton Pulitzer went on with former CIA operations officer Charles “Sam” Faddis to discuss suspected fraud in the 2020 election.

During the interview Jovan Pulitzer told Sam Faddis he believes 300,000 fraudulent ballots were counted in Pennsylvania and yet do not show up anywhere in the tracking system of the United States Postal System as being processed.

This is just one of the accusations of fraud in this year’s election.

Ground Truth host Sam Faddis talks with Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, pattern recognition specialist and inventor, about allegations of election fraud and how Jovan’s technology has the capability to resolve the controversy surrounding mail-in ballots in the recent Presidential election.

All over the country, we hear allegations of vast numbers of ballots that simply appeared at counting centers. Jovan explains how he can review these ballots en masse and tell us conclusively whether or not they are real and whether they were ever even mailed.

Among the many explosive revelations Jovan makes are that there are somewhere in the neighborhood of 300,000 mail-in ballots that were counted in Pennsylvania and yet do not show up anywhere in the Postal Service tracking system as having been processed. On the face of it, that is 300,000 ballots that seem to have appeared out of thin-air. Joe Biden’s margin of victory in Pennsylvania, as currently tabulated, is slightly over 80,000 votes.

Here is the video interview:

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