Election Crisis Update! Dead People Voting in GA? DOJ AWOL on Voter Fraud, Durham FAIL
In his forceful and comprehensive address to the nation this week on widespread election fraud, the president referred to the many dirty voter rolls across the country.
You might have recognized his concerns about dirty voting rolls because Judicial Watch in October reported that our September 2020 study revealed 353 U.S. counties with 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible voting-age citizens. In other words, the registration rates of those counties exceeded 100% of eligible voters. The study found eight states showing statewide registration rates exceeding 100%: Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
I’ve repeatedly said that dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections. That’s why we’ve filed three federal lawsuits to clean up the voter rolls in Pennsylvania (which our lawsuit alleges has over 800,000 extra names on the rolls), North Carolina and Colorado.
Our expert team of election lawyers and investigators is also on top of the current election crisis. For example, we have dozens of open record requests in the battleground states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada – to start.
The Left changed how our elections were conducted – and it resulted in a tsunami of mail-in ballots that the evidence increasingly shows were unlawfully handled and counted in a way at that is at odds with the law. The structural integrity of the elections in key states fell under leftist machinations – raising serious question about the validity of reported results for Joe Biden.
There is strong evidence, incontrovertible is some instances, that virtually every “battleground” state’s laws were violated in the handling and counting of mail-in ballots. It is an open question whether the courts will enforce the rule of law. But under our Constitution, the state legislatures and Congress can and must act through the Electoral College process. Accordingly, I encourage you to contact your state legislatures (especially if you live in states where the election is under dispute) and Congress to let your elected representatives know what you think about the current election crisis.