When will it stop? One report of voter fraud after another pops up across the country. Yet, many Democrats continue to deny that anything out of the ordinary is occurring. Pearson Sharp from OAN took a closer look at some of the most recent incidents of voting irregularities in several states across the US.
The person in charge of Arizona’s election, Secretary of State Kathy Hobbs, is refusing to cooperate with multiple investigations into the legitimacy of her state’s voting results. Hobbs also rejected a request from Arizona’s Senate President Karen Fann for an independent assessment of all of Arizona’s voting data. This pushback from Hobbs is not surprising as she strongly opposes Trump, and she even went as far as tweeting that the president is more interested “pandering to his neo-nazi base than being @POTUS for all Americans.”
This year’s presidential election was undoubtedly important, but was it important enough for the deceased to come back to vote? If you believe reports from multiple states, the answer seems to be yes.
Down in Georgia, which is currently conducting a hand recount of all ballots, it seems the dead are voting. The Trump campaign released the obituaries of four deceased individuals who ended up casting votes in the last election. And this is not merely a case of people passing away after sending in an absentee ballot — some of these people have been dead for over two decades.
Things are only worse in Pennsylvania. The state’s voter rolls contained approximately 21,000 dead people prior to November 5th. Of those who voted in PA’s election, investigators found 70 whose records showed they were born in the 1800s, making the authenticity of these votes doubtful.
According to The Epoch Times, 9,500 voters in the Michigan elections had the same names and birthdates as those listed on the Social Security Death Index.
Judicial Watch found that there were 1.8 million ‘ghost voters’ throughout the entire country before November. This election security issue is nothing new. Back in 2012, the Pew Research Center found that 2 million dead people were registered to vote, and 3 million people were registered to vote in more than one state.
These ghost voters may be one reason that the number of votes for Biden is highly suspicious, at least according to Benford’s Law. Benford’s Law is a formula that experts use to help identify fraud cases based on how often particular digits appear in the data. Trump’s campaign believes that the discrepancy shown by Benford’s Law may help give him the edge in states like Wisconsin.
One thing is undeniable; all of these reports of dead people voting leave many questions that need answering. Did the election boards in multiple states make mistakes, or was there an outright and coordinated attempt at vote manipulation? Democrats and the mainstream media continue to avoid talking about these grave voting issues. Instead, The Left wants the American people to think that the election is over and that Trump already lost. However, the truth is that the election is far from decided.