You have to start wondering at what point is the amount of fraud “enough” to convince people that widespread, orchestrated cheating took place in the 2020 election? Donald Trump was reelected in a landslide on November 3. His victory may have been so large that we’ll never know the true scope of it, because no one is looking at states like Oregon and Virginia. All eyes remain on the six undecided states, where the Trump campaign lawyers and others continue to produce busloads of rock-solid evidence.
The number of illegal ballots in these six states is outside the margin of error (meaning Trump wins if the illegal ballots are discarded): Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia.
The Trump campaign in Nevada has now identified 18,000 ballots that were cast by people who are not legal residents in the state. Some are, for example, northern Californians who have a second home in Tahoe or “snowbirds” who fly to southern states for the winter months. Whatever their situation is, they’re not supposed to be voting in Nevada – but they did anyway.
In addition, a court granted the Trump campaign the right to conduct a limited statistical audit of the mail-in votes in Nevada. The result? Two percent of the votes were cast by people who never received their ballot in the mail. One percent were cast by people who now say they didn’t vote. With a 3% fraud rate in mail-in voting, that works out to 17,300 fake ballots.
That accounts for 35,300 fraudulent ballots in Nevada, and it only scratches the surface of the evidence that Ric Grenell, Matt Schlapp and others have uncovered. Schlapp noted that they had so much evidence to transport to the campaign’s hearing before the Nevada legislature on Friday that they had to rent a second vehicle. Joe Biden’s margin of victory is 33,596 votes in that state. And it’s like that in every so-called swing state this year, with the exception of the two swing states that have the most stringent restrictions on absentee and mail-in ballots: Florida and Ohio.
Joe Biden’s artificial lead in Georgia is even narrower – about 12,000 votes. And that is where much of the election drama took place this week.
The Trump campaign produced irrefutable video evidence of fraud on election night. The video was from surveillance cameras in the State Farm Arena in Fulton County. A supervisor told the Republican ballot observers and the press at 10:00 p.m. that the counting was being stopped until 8 a.m. the next morning.
Once the observers and press left, you can clearly see the election workers – who suddenly had the room to themselves – yanking suitcases out from under tables where they had been hidden separately from the lawful ballots, pulling ballots out of those suitcases, and then running them through the counting machines with no witnesses present. This went on for two hours.
The suitcases are a dead giveaway. Ballots are required to be transported from the voting precincts where they are cast to the counting stations in official sealed ballot boxes. That’s how they’re supposed to be transported in your state and in Georgia. That’s part of the “chain of custody” of the ballots that I’ve been railing about in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Nevada since the day after the election. An election official seals the box and then signs or scans the seal at the precinct – and then the seal is not to be broken or tampered with until that box is at the counting station.
Ballots stuffed in suitcases? Are you kidding?
The video is so damning that even Tucker Carlson was finally forced to admit that something looks fishy about the 2020 election. He played the video on his program, which has now lost more than 2 million viewers since his bizarre attack on Sidney Powell, noting, “That looks like fraud.”
Those particular voting machines can scan approximately 3,000 ballots per hour. The workers had five machines scanning mystery suitcase ballots for two hours with no witnesses in the room. That’s enough time to scan roughly 30,000 ballots – in a state where Biden has a 12,000-vote margin of fake victory.
The Biden campaign has to be breaking out in a flop sweat by this point. The weak and ineffectual Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, is now passing the buck by demanding that Georgia’s Secretary of State figure out just what the hell is happening in that video. I disagree. I think it’s time for either Georgia’s Attorney General or a US Attorney to figure out what happened.
There’s now so much provable fraud that even Fox News is noticing it. Hold onto your hats. I predict we’re going to see the first of several states flip within the next week.