Sworn affidavit alleges fabricated proof of residence data in Nevada

Sean DavisIn a new sworn affidavit, a whistleblower with the Clark County Elections Department in Nevada claims Nevada poll workers fabricated proof of residence data for illegal voters. So far, Nevada Attorney General @AaronDFordNV has taken no action to investigate credible fraud claims.

So what actually happened here?

Voters were allowed to file (possibly provisional?) ballots in Nevada despite not having proof of residence. By itself this might be legal. But it is additionally alleged that the ballots were filed with the DMV appointment number in place of an actual license identification number.

Is that legal? I don't know, but it seems suspicious, especially if the ballots were not provisional ballots.. After all, making an appointment with the DMV to apply for a driver's license is not actually having one.

More importantly, the same individual alleges he witnessed two individuals filling out multiple ballots inside a Biden campaign van, and other individuals tried to block his ability to observe this.

This entry was published Tue Nov 17 06:09:40 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-11-11 12:38:48.0. [Tweet]

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