Melinda Byerley

Melinda Byerley

Guest Contributor

Editor Note:  Have you seen #AuditTheVote on Twitter or Facebook and wondered what it was all about?  We reached out to Melinda Byerley, one of the people speaking out on this to get information on this call to action to share with you.

This twitter moment will be updated with validated, vetted news and data as it breaks, so you can use it as an evergreen source.

Here is a brief explanation on how to talk to friends and family about #AuditTheVote.

  1. Don’t ask them to trust you, me or anyone else. Just ask them to research it for themselves. To read the articles from mainstream news.
  2. Don’t spread fake news. Commit to sharing vetted data and sources. We need truth now more than ever.
  3. We do NOT know what happened yet. We have hypotheses. We have data that looks fishy, but we still don’t know. Don’t say otherwise.
  4. This is not about Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. This is about national sovereignty and a potential foreign breach of our voting system.
  5. America is a beacon to the world for free and fair elections. Our ability to remain a superpower rests on the trust the world has in us.
  6. No one is coming to save us. This is a grassroots, bipartisan effort. Only the people can do this. Not the politicians.
  7. We must validate that our elections were free and fair. All other issues and debates can be had after we #AuditTheVote.
  8. None of this excuses hate speech or minimizes the deep divisions in our country. These conversations must be had, after we #AuditTheVote.
  9. We are data-driven. We look for proof, we seek truth. We must #AuditTheVote so we can know what to do next.

If you are feeling as if there is nothing you can do to stop this please petition the Department of Justice and your elected officials for a Risk Limiting Audit of the election results. You can contact the Department of Justice at voting.section@usdoj.gov.

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If you are feeling as if there is nothing you can do to stop this please petition the Department of Justice and your elected officials for a Risk Limiting Audit of the election results. You can contact the Department of Justice at voting.section@usdoj.gov or by clicking the button below.