Former President Donald Trump has unveiled a comprehensive report of election fraud in various swing states from the 2020 Presidential election. The document has been compiled by leading election experts, which Trump asserts is thoroughly verified and based on government sources, tapes, and public records.
Each state discussed in the document has its unique set of allegations, which contribute to an overarching narrative of purported election fraud. Overall, the document discusses a range of irregularities, including reports of ineligible voters, anomalies in voting machines, and improbably high percentages of ballots cast for Biden.
Trump suggested that investigations have uncovered a wide array of irregularities, unlawful activities, manipulation of election records, destruction of evidence, and outright fraud.
Trump, in a post on Truth Social, stated, “These numbers are determinative and, in all cases, are hundreds of thousands of Votes per Swing State more than I needed to WIN that State.” He warned of the dire consequences for future Republican victories if these issues are not to be resolved.
A notable claim in the report is the alleged manipulation and unlawful casting of votes. The document asserted, “On Election Night Nov. 3, 2020, President Donald J. Trump was sailing to reelection with landslide leads in numerous battlegrounds.” However, as the counting continued, these leads purportedly diminished under suspicious circumstances.
In Georgia, Trump alleged significant irregularities and constitutional violations. “Fulton County, Georgia, the most populous county in the state, has no digital record of all in-person votes cast in its original results.” The report also accused Fulton County of failing to comply with election rules, highlighting that “Not a single ballot purportedly cast during early in-person voting was witnessed to and signed off by poll managers.”
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Trump further alleged discrepancies in the vote count across different methods in Georgia, stating, “Fulton County did not count the same ballots during the original count and the machine recount. There are 19,541 distinct ballots that appear in one machine count but not the other.”
In Wisconsin, Trump referenced a report from Wisconsin Spotlight, titled “Infiltrating the Election,” which raised concerns about the integrity of the election process in the state. It alleged involvement of governmental organizations in ballot trafficking, with some individuals reportedly making numerous trips to drop boxes, suggesting a coordinated effort to influence the election outcome.
The situation in Arizona is highlighted with specific technical allegations. Walter C. Daugherity, a computer expert, is cited for his findings on the voting patterns in Maricopa and Pima Counties. He reportedly discovered a significant and systematic decline in the cumulative ratio of votes as the counting of early mail-in and in-person votes progressed. Additionally, the document mentioned a case in Yuma County where individuals were sentenced for their roles in a ballot harvesting scheme, further suggesting irregularities in the state’s election process.
Pennsylvania’s section focused on the counting of mail-in ballots in Philadelphia. It claimed that hundreds of thousands of these ballots were counted in secret, allegedly in defiance of a court order, and that Republican poll watchers were forcibly removed from the premises.
Furthermore, the report alleged that U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain was instructed by then-Attorney General Bill Barr to refrain from investigating election irregularities, a directive that, if true, would imply a significant level of governmental interference in the election investigation process.
In Michigan, the document brings forth allegations centered around the TCF Center in Detroit, a key location for ballot counting. It cited affidavits and video evidence claiming that thousands of ballots were delivered through a back door of the center, an act that raises questions about the transparency and legality of the ballot handling process. The document also described a chaotic scene at the TCF Center, with Republican vote challengers alleging foul play and irregularities in the counting process.