UncoverDC Editor-in-Chief Tracy Beanz sat down with inventor JovanHuttonPulitzer the second half of Friday’s Dark to Light Podcast to discuss his ongoing mission to expose and correct the ways ballots are handled, processed and audited in American elections.
Pulitzer is best known for creating and patenting: CQR—a platform that was developed to “help codes talk with each other.” Two decades ago, his technology “linked the physical world to virtual, and now unique codes are found to link physical to virtual around the globe.” Some have tried to discredit Pulitzer as a failed inventor for his CueCat bar-code scanner but he seemed to be unphased by the claims, saying “it was the most adopted peripheral in history.”
Photo/Natalie Caudill/Dallas News
It was his presentation to Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Dec. 30 that publicly showed how kinematic artifacts on ballots can expose election fraud. This, simple, and expeditious solution was discussed in an UncoverDC article on Dec. 31. The article explains,
“Kinematic artifacts are “evidence on paper” of folding, printing, and markings on the physical ballots. Every physical process applied to a ballot leaves marks, many of which are invisible to the naked eye. Pulitzer said he could quickly detect many kinds of election fraud by running the ballots through forensic scanners designed to detect these kinematic artifacts.”
Kinematic Artifacts/Folds/Machine vs Human Markings
Kinematic Artifacts/Jovan Hutton Pulitzer
The forensic evidence from ballots can detect with “100 percent” accuracy fraud and irregularities on ballots including, where they are manufactured, whether the ovid markings are human or machine generated, which ballots are mailed, which are authentic, whether the ballots were scanned multiple times,