Jovan Pulitzer Testifies in Georgia Session: “Physical Artifacts” Prove Election Fraud

On Wednesday December 30th, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer gave a presentation to the Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee. He explained how both himself and his company can detect numerous types of election fraud with a simple, easy examination of the physical ballots, by running them through forensic machines designed to detect physical signatures of the ballots.

Inventor and technology expert, Jovan Pulitzer, reported that he is able to audit millions of ballots in a day based on his scientific method for reviewing ballots and images. Pulitzer is a pattern recognition expert holding over 200 patents.

His patents are used on 12 billion handheld devices around the world. Pulitzer believes there was fraud in the 2020 election and that he can prove it quickly utilizing various physical artifacts and other scientific methods.

“I have no regard for the smoking mirrors of how the machines work, the hidden stuff in the code, or how this machine is supposed to be programmed.  If the machine worked according to programming none of us would be standing here.  We’re here because something broke”, stated Pulitzer.

“I don’t care about the machine.  I don’t even care about the code that was written in the machine.  What I care about is that physical artifact. And you know what?  That physical artifact has material differences from district to district that should not be there”, he further declared to committee members.

Pulitzer claims that his scientific method can prove with 100% accuracy:

  • How many ballots were printed by what machine.
  • How many ballots were mailed.
  • How many ballots were filled out by machine.
  • How many ballots were counted more than once.
  • How many ballots were scanned more than once.
  • What candidates were marked on all the ballots in the categories above.
  • What ballots went through adjudication

One of the slides in Mr. Pulitzer’s presentation shows a quote from a Fulton County Election official, saying 106,000 of 113,130  votes were adjudicated, an astounding 93.67% adjudication rate. Pulitzer says that the high adjudication rate shows the machines were not working as they should. This shows similarities with high adjudication rates in Michigan and Nevada, and potentially in Arizona and Wisconsin.

Mr. Pulitzer has volunteered to do the forensic evaluation of the paper ballots for free. He states that he does not care who wins the presidency, but instead desires to ensure an accurate final count in hopes that an event like this never occurs in a future election. He declares that “without faith in the election process, we do not have a country”.

While Jovan Hutton Pulitzer was giving his testimony to the subcommittee, more information came in as early voting was simultaneously occurring in the runoff elections for Senators in Georgia.

Pulitzer explains how he was able to hack into the Dominion voting system: “At this very moment, at a polling locating in the County, not only do we now have access to the devices, to the poll pad, the system, but we are in.  And it is not supposed to have wifi, and that is not supposed to be able to happen, So we’ve documented now, its communicating two ways, in real time, mean it is receiving data and sending data, [that] should never happen, [there] shouldn’t be wifi. We’ve now documented it in real time, so we can shut down the data. But that is going on right there where everyone is voting. And, I just wanted to get it into the record.”

The subcommittee was impressed with Mr. Pulitzer’s testimony and voted to request that the Fulton County Board of elections allow examination of the absentee paper ballots. The motion was unanimously passed.

Watch Jovan Pulitzer’s testimony from Tuesday’s session below:


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