Millions of Americans have been saying that vote fraud occurred in the 2020 U.S. Presidential election. To make the situation worse, those on the left, who have often called for recounts when they were unhappy with results in the past, have tried to block recount and audit efforts to ensure that the election was handled honestly and legitimately. Of course, these blocks haven’t made anyone concerned with election integrity feel any more trust in the outcomes of the 2020 Presidential election.
In spite of this, a few recounts have occurred, but even those have run into roadblocks thrown in their way. And, at least in one case, a recent analysis of the audit has brought to light some disturbing conclusions. Zachary Stieber writes,
A group seeking to ensure that elections are run fairly said this week that an in-depth analysis of mail-in ballot images obtained through a court order shows that the hand-count audit in Fulton County, Georgia, last year “was riddled with massive errors and provable fraud.”
The analysis turned up at least 36 batches of mail-in ballots, containing 4,255 votes, that were added redundantly to the audit results, according to Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia (VoterGA). Nearly 3,400 were for Democrat Joe Biden.
The team examining the ballots also found seven audit tally sheets […] they believe were falsified to contain fabricated vote totals. In one example, the group said, a batch containing 59 ballot images for Biden and 42 for former President Donald Trump was reported as 100 for Biden and zero for Trump.
The analysis revealed that 923 (60 percent) of the 1,539 mail-in ballot batch files contained votes that were incorrectly reported in the county’s official 2020 election result, compared to the audit totals, VoterGA said.
“We believe that there is massive audit errors,” Garland Favorito, founder of the group, told a press conference in Georgia on July 13.
To millions of Americans, vote fraud clearly happened in this last election. Analyses of the results and of the audits like this one aren’t going to make these concerned Americans feel any better.