AFAKY Presents Dr. Frank

On Friday, April 19th in Louisville, American Family Assoc. of Kentucky hosted a nationally known speaker on election integrity, Dr. Douglas Frank.

Election Integrity is reported as safe and secure by mainstream media like PBS, CNN and the AP. But another side of the story is told by Douglas Frank— that Americans have lost control of the ballot box.

Dr. Douglas Frank

Dr. Frank’s background is impressive. He has approximately 60 peer-reviewed scientific publications, including feature and cover articles in the leading scientific journals in the world (Science, Nature, Naturwissenschaften). During his graduate and postdoctoral work he discovered and developed a new type of microscopy capable of producing three-dimensional images of molecules resting on metal surfaces. This gave him international credibility in the area of Low Energy Electron Diffraction (LEED) and Auger electron spectroscopy and microscopy, and his work is prominently featured in college textbooks and handbooks on the subjects.

Dr. Frank left university academics in 1996, and began consulting, developing, and manufacturing surface analytical devices for national defense (DARPA) and various industries, especially the cleaning products industry and bowling ball manufacturers, where his custom electronics, software, inventions, and products continue to be widely used as industrial standards. Much of his work is protected by non-disclosure agreements. With such credentials, it is not hard to respect his revelations about the 2020 Presidential Election: Trump won!

The below YouTube video is a presentation to the Fayette County (Pennsylvania) Republican Committee meeting on July 13, 2023.This presentation is very similar to his talk in Louisville.

Kentucky has an Election Scorecard on Heritage.org where we are ranked #17, an 'OK' score. However, on the ElectionFraud20.org website Dr. Frank’s analysis reports:

Alarmingly some counties across Kentucky had more registered voters in certain age groups than eligible voters exist in the population. Additionally, in many older age-groups, voter turnout was nearly 100% and sometimes exceeded the total eligible population.

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