‘QR Code’ Inventor Says Massive Election Fraud Occurred, Breaks Down How To Easily Prove It
The inventor of the ubiquitous QR code claims that widespread election fraud occurred and it can easily be proven through a simply scanning system.
IT expert Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, who patented the QR scanning platform that’s on 12 billion devices, explained that his technology can easily scan through all the physical mail-in ballots to look for inconsistencies and forgeries
“When I started looking at ballots… I realized that everybody was speaking geek…It’s a real simple fact to prove that there was massive fraud in this election,” Pulitzer said on The Economic War Room over the weekend.
“We can take the physical ballot, the image scan of the ballot in the machine, the CVR file in the machine, and I can even take a shredded bag of ballots and do what we do.”
Pulitzer then explained how legitimate mail-in ballots can be singled out from fraudulent ones by scanning for “kinematic artifacts” – the folds of a mailed ballot.
“Technically, when these ballots get folded, everywhere there’s printing on that page, it creates a kinematic artifact. So the bottom line is, how can it be a mail-in ballot if it has no signs of being mailed?”
Pulitzer also reminded viewers that every ballot is duplicated under law and cannot be destroyed for 22 months after the election.
“I want everybody to understand these physical ballots from the election, when they go into the machine, it basically makes a duplicate copy. That’s your property as an American citizen. We own it for 22 months after the election,” he continued.
“And so when these courts started saying, well you can’t look at it, I realized it was all technical smoke and mirrors, to fool judges, to fool lawyers, to say oh we can’t really do it. “