Political and election integrity commentator Nick Moseder weighed in on the recent Colorado primary, specifically the Republican nomination for Secretary of State, claiming that Republican candidate Tina Peters was “robbed” of the primary.
NBC News  reported on the GOP secretary of state primary in Colorado, namely due to Peters being among those who ran for the Republican nomination in the race.
Peters managed to attain national attention following her indictment  on charges alleging she tampered with election equipment while functioning as the Mesa County Clerk.
The 66-year-old county clerk was barred from overseeing elections within the county following the grand jury’s issuance of seven felony charges and three misdemeanors on March 8th, which happened to come shortly after she issued a damaging report regarding Dominion voting machines.
While the charges and her assertions of foul play during the 2020 election have made her a target of those on the political left, Peters was arguably favored by those on the political right – making her loss in the GOP primary all the more confusing.
Moseder also found these results from the Colorado primaries troubling, claiming that Peters fell victim to vote-tallying funny business amid the primary race.
“I want to talk about the Secretary of State race in Colorado, which was clearly fraudulent, as most of you guys know. Goldstar mom, county clerk in Mesa County, Colorado, Tina Peters, was robbed of the Secretary of State race in the Republican primaries, where Pam Anderson received 43.1% of the vote. And Tina Peters received 28.8%, despite the fact that she was polling at 47-48% of the vote. And despite the obvious fact that she was tremendously popular amongst the America First MAGA movement.”
Moseder stated that Colorado serves as “ground zero” for election fraud, highlighting that the state happens to be where Dominion’s headquarters resides.
Sharing a table visualizing the votes that were being tallied in real-time during the primary, Moseder explained that the data visualization alone demonstrates that something wasn’t right regarding the primary race.
“And as you can see from this graph, and you don’t have to be a math expert or a statistical expert to look at this and say, ‘Well, that doesn’t look right.’ I mean, these lines – Mike O’Donnell and Tina Peters are basically virtually identical. These don’t at all look like normal voting patterns. And not to mention, Tina Peters was dead last most of the race, despite polling at 47% before the primaries.”
Another voting pattern anomaly from the primary race was showcased with Garfield County’s tallying, where all three candidates were trending at a consistent line, and “at the very end, all of a sudden, it’s like they all flipped,” Moseder stated, sharing a chart that visualized the bizarre trend flipping.
“My theory is that they have a predetermined outcome for the state. And somewhere along the lines, they realized they have to manipulate Garfield County to give Tina Peters the percentage that they wanted in the overall state total while still making her lose overall. But the overall point here is that none of these trends looked like they were done by humans. There was clearly some sort of algorithmic, machine manipulation in the Secretary of State race.”