Here are just a recent few of the literally hundreds of headlines and reports coming in from all over the United States concerning electoral fraud. Those who deny it happened are going to have a very, very hard time explaining them away. These aren’t allegations or speculation – they’re already-proven facts, based on official records, and are not in dispute. Some may, of course, be explained by other factors; but we don’t yet know that.
- Analysis Finds Over 10,000 Dead People Returned Mail-In Ballots in Michigan. “About 9,500 voters confirmed dead through the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) are marked in the state’s mail voting database as having returned ballots. Another nearly 2,000 are 100 years old or more and aren’t listed as known living centenarians.”
- Tens of Thousands of Pennsylvania Ballots Were Returned Before They Were Sent Out. “Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have a return date earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date.”
- Yes, Wisconsin Elections Commission Gave Unlawful Advice to Alter Ballots. “In other words, the Wisconsin Elections Commission has instructed clerks to break state law for two presidential elections, two U.S. Senate elections, two State Supreme Court elections, and one gubernatorial election in the past four years. That shouldn’t inspire any confidence in the manner in which the WEC has been administering elections in this state.”
- Former Nevada AG Claims Signature Verification Setting In State Was Manually Lowered to 40%. The link is to a five-minute news interview in which he provides details. It’s been officially confirmed, in court, that the 40% setting was used. Experts state that’s not a trustworthy procedure. At least 200,000 votes may be affected – far more than the winning margin in that state.
- Georgia begins statewide hand recount of all election votes. “With the margin being so close, it will require a full, by-hand recount in each county,” Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told reporters in Atlanta. “This will help build confidence. It will be an audit, a recount and a re-canvass all at once.”
Tucker Carlson investigated electoral fraud in last week’s elections, and provides damning evidence of how widespread it was. I urge you to read or watch his report in full. It’s eye-opening, and gives the lie to all those who insist that no fraud took place. (Note that I twice tried to put up embedded video of his report, and both times it was removed from YouTube. Draw your own conclusions. I eventually used the link above, to a text version of his comments on the Fox News Web site.)
The five states mentioned in the news reports cited above account for 68 electoral college votes. President Trump is presumed to win the as-yet-undeclared vote in North Carolina, where he leads the polls, which would give him an electoral college vote count of 232. If so, he needs only 38 more votes to reach the winning margin of 270 votes – 56% of those in question, with a few more possibly to be challenged in other states. Joe Biden, on the other hand, is declared by the press to have plus-or-minus 290 electoral college votes at present (depending on who’s counting). He can only afford to lose 20 of those votes before dropping below the 270 threshold.
If neither candidate gets to the 270 threshold, then the result of the election will fall to either slates of electors certified by each state’s legislature, or to a Congressional vote where each state delegation gets one vote. I suspect neither option will be attractive to those who’ve already staked out extreme positions on one side or another. (We discussed all this last weekend.)
I imagine that if it comes down to either of those options, there will be massive unrest and rejection throughout the country, whoever wins. Let’s pray it doesn’t come to that. Our best hope at present is that the courts weigh in definitively on whether or not there has, indeed, been electoral fraud at work. Their voice will probably be given greater weight than that of politicians.