Anyone that is following the ‘Stop the Steal’ movement should have heard of Jovan Pulitzer by now. If you are a follower of mainstream media, you may not have heard much though. Jovan Pulitzer found a fast, simple way to visually audit all those contested ballots in Georgia. The mainstream media is cloaking this in mystery and a misleading narrative to hide the fact that this could completely overturn the election results in the state of Georgia.
Jovan Pulitzer is the very definition of a self-made man. His Linkedin bio shows a plethora of experience in everything from reporting to inventing. He has developed systems for everything from medical information to artificial intelligence to treasure hunting. While his bio is too extensive to list here, you can view it for yourself by clicking on the link. We cannot tell you how successful he is, but we can tell you that the Georgia Legislature is taking him seriously. We can also tell you that Brad Raffensperger has chosen to release an official statement that attempts to discredit him, based not on his technical experience, but his treasure hunting experience.
Pulitzer has spent several days testifying in front of the State Senate regarding his system to quickly audit absentee ballots in Fulton County, Georgia. During testimony, he was able to convincingly demonstrate for the Senate that hacking the Dominion system was not out of the realm of believability He was also able to convince them that an audit needed to be done. What exactly has this led to? The State Legislature and the Secretary of State are now at odds. The Senate wants to review the election results, and the Secretary of State wants to double down on his assertions that there is nothing to see here.
Brad Raffensperger has to be the most self-unaware man in the state right now. In his statement he specifically points out that Pulitzer had offered no proof, but only claimed that it happened. In this pot/kettle moment, Raffensperger fails to see the irony of the fact that he has done exactly the same thing. The Secretary of State has repeatedly and unabashedly stated that there were no irregularities in the Georgia ballots. Of course, that is all he has done. He, too, has failed to offer any definitive proof that there were no irregularities. It’s almost as if he believes that if he says it enough times, it makes it true. However, Raffensperger has taken things to a new level, or should we say, a new low.
In his official statement, he derides Pulitzer for everything from his name to his history of treasure hunting. It smacks of classic deflection, but lacks any real smoking gun moment that fully discredits Pulitzer or his system to audit those pesky absentee ballots. In fact, his statement comes across more as a cooked-pasta test. He decided to just throw everything about Pulitzer out there against the wall in a negative light and see what sticks. In a world where claiming 57 genders and identifying as everything from the opposite sex to an asexual alien presence is lauded as being ‘woke’, Raffensperger worries about a name.
He quickly points out that Jovan Hutton Pulitzer was formerly J. Jovan Philylaw. Alright, so what is the point in that? Or the fact that he has used the title of Commander with no record of military experience. These items have absolutely no bearing on the system devised to audit ballots. None whatsoever. If Jovan Pulitzer wants to be called Pulitzer, or Commander Pulitzer, or Tiny Tim, why should it matter? As long as you get his pronoun correct, everything should be good, right? As for his failed treasure hunting, who here has failed at something in their lives? It’s another ironic moment that Raffensperger points out failed treasure hunting, when he himself has failed so abysmally at representing the citizens of Georgia as Secretary of State.
Edited by Xtina