Anecdotal evidence of vote fraud...

Clayton CramerThen he checked his wife. She was shown registered in 2006, which she has no memory of doing, because she was not a citizen. (Perhaps created from from DMV license information.) The sequence of arrival and transmission to the ballot counting center was identical to his. But her vote was not counted until the day after Election Day, when it was likely needed to improve Biden's vote totals. Several friends did similar checks and found "problems." One moved to New York and registered there. Their California voter registration shows up on that date--and it shows they voted in California; they actually voted in New York.

... but when you have enough anecdotal evidence of random individuals looking up their past addresses and finding out they voted there, you start to wonder if maybe this is a lot more widespread than just a few isolated incidents.

This entry was published Sun Nov 22 14:45:40 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-11-22 14:45:40.0. [Tweet]

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