An election data team has stepped up to spot check one of the glaring election “anomalies” which occurred this year, calling 1.25 Million alleged voters to ask them if they illegally cast a ballot after moving out of state, or if someone illegally cast one for them.
Putting illegal voters on the spot
The idea was the brainchild of Matt Braynard, who formerly served as data and strategy director during the 2016 Trump election campaign. He was supposed to take his wife on vacation but considers his duty to the country and the Constitution far more important.
He rounded up his crew intending to “call 1.25 Million alleged voters.” The idea is to do at least a spot check survey to find out how illegal votes were injected into the system.
Volunteers will put voters on the spot over the telephone, asking a simple question. As Braynard explains, they “want to find out why some of them voted illegally if they moved out of state, or if someone voted in their name.”
He already “put together a team that will be calling voters whose vote appears to be questionable.”
Braynard makes it crystal clear they will not be randomly calling voters. “The calls will be made in cases such as when they had submitted paperwork that they moved out of state and are not eligible to vote.” There is a simple reason to put these people on the spot.
“Either they committed voter fraud or someone committed fraud in their name.” If it was widespread and organized, that would be an even bigger crime. Election fraud.
Do we have laws or not?
One of the things that made him suspicious were the numbers coming out of the state of Georgia. There, his “team found 17,877 early or absentee voters who had filed out-of-state move notices.”
That’s really significant because, “that is more than Biden leads Trump by in that state.” His little spot check could prove that “there are more fake votes than the margin of difference between the candidates.” Of course the whole thing depends on whether we still have laws or not.
The courts, Braynard insists will be the ones on the spot if the data he collects adds up the way he expects it to. It will be so compelling that the “courts will be forced to listen.” Meanwhile, Georgia is doing a hand recount.
The Georgia deadline to certify the election is November 20 so Braynard’s team only has a few days to start dialing AWOL voters. If they hit paydirt with compelling evidence, then they can ask for a stay while they continue checking.
The same problem is happening in other states, so a spot check should also be done in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Nevada, Arizona, and Michigan. Another issue they uncovered without even looking for it popped up in Pennsylvania. There, they noticed that 631 people voted twice. In Nevada it was even worse, 987 people voted more than once.
“I’m surprised by how many out-of-state national changes of address we found. Because that does indicate very strongly that somebody established residency somewhere else.
And then they got mailed an absentee ballot, were able to get one, and they cast it. And in many cases, as we found, they not only cast that ballot, they cast a ballot in the new state they live in as well.”
No wonder the Harris-Biden campaign didn’t care about the size of their rallies. The spot light of glaring public transparency just caught them frolicking in premature victory celebration with their clothes off.