Douglas Andrews: Still More Evidence of Electoral Fraud | The Patriot Post

Anyone with a lick of curiosity or common sense knew it just didn’t add up. And the latest evidence, which comes in the form of a peer-reviewed report on voting discrepancies in six battleground states, merely adds to the suspicion. More on that report in a moment.

Vindication has come much too slowly for the tens of millions of Americans who just knew in their gut that something wasn’t right, even though Fox News and the other corporate media organs were shamefully quick to proclaim the 2020 presidential election “the most secure in American history.”

The three things that jumped out at us were Joe Biden’s utter lack of a compelling candidacy, his loss of an incredible 18 of 19 bellwether counties, and his astonishing vote total. Those three things, taken together, cause thoughtful people to wonder how Biden could’ve won the 2020 presidential election fair and square. (Columnist J.B. Shurk compiled numerous other 2020 electoral oddities here.)

Ask a Biden voter to explain how his gaffe-prone, basement-bound, 77-year-old candidate could’ve run the most listless and least inspiring presidential campaign in our lifetimes and still attract more votes than any candidate in history. Ask him how his guy could’ve lost all but one of those 19 bellwether counties — those counties scattered all about the country that have an uncanny knack for being on the right side of one presidential election after another, like Vigo County, Indiana, which until 2020 had failed to pick the presidential winner in only two elections since 1888. Ask him how his guy could’ve done those two things and still managed to amass more population-adjusted votes than rock-star Barack Obama did in 2008. Ask him, and he’ll likely give you a blank stare. Or shrug his shoulders. Or call you a conspiracy theorist. But he won’t be able to adequately explain how Biden did it.

No, it wasn’t those Dominion voting machines. That theory was a bright, shiny, unfortunate distraction. Instead, it was a well-orchestrated and magnificently funded takeover of the voting operations in the urban areas of the key swing states. Three of those states — Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin — went to Joe Biden by just 43,000 votes. In an election of more than 155 million total votes, that’s one vote for every 3,600 cast.

The puzzle pieces have been coming together — frustratingly slowly, but surely. First was that Time magazine article about “a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage, and control the flow of information.” This cabal took a game-changing $419 million of Mark Zuckerberg’s money and used it to get out the vote in critical Democrat areas of key battleground states. How? As researcher William Doyle reported last October, “It had to do with financing the infiltration of election offices at the city and county level by left-wing activists, and using those offices as a platform to implement preferred administrative practices, voting methods, and data-sharing agreements, as well as to launch intensive outreach campaigns in areas heavy with Democratic voters.”

More recently, in Georgia, we got word from a whistleblower about an extensive ballot-harvesting and ballot-stuffing operation. According to the complaint filed by voting integrity watchdog True the Vote, some 242 people made a total of 5,662 ballot drops at various ballot drop boxes, with more than 40% of them taking place between midnight and 5 a.m. In many instances, people were captured on video “stuffing large numbers of ballots into the boxes, some with so many ballots in hand that some of the envelopes dropped to the ground.” Additionally, some of the harvesters were seen taking selfies at the drop boxes, which, according to the whistleblower, were required to receive a payment — in his case, $10 per ballot. And we know who these people are because they’ve been geo-located by their phones. Big Tech giveth, and it taketh away.

Wisconsin has also come under a cloud of electoral suspicion, where a 136-page report submitted by a state-appointed investigator and former state Supreme Court justice studied 2020 voter participation “at 91 nursing homes in Milwaukee, Racine, Dane, Kenosha, and Brown counties and found that at least 95% of residents had voted.” In Milwaukee, Racine, and Dane Counties, 100% of nursing home residents cast a vote for president. What are the odds? And what are the odds they voted overwhelmingly for Biden?

But back to that six-state report on voting discrepancies. As the Washington Examiner’s Paul Bedard reports:

A new deep dive into discrepancies in the ballot counts of six key battleground states in the 2020 election has turned up more than 250,000 “excess votes” for President Joe Biden, and maybe far more.

The key point in the upcoming peer-reviewed study for the journal Public Choice by economist and noted gun expert John Lott Jr. is that the excess voting may challenge — or explain — Biden’s margin of victory over former President Donald Trump in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Lott is, appropriately enough, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center. He’s also the author of the 1998 bestseller More Guns, Less Crime. As he notes: “By a margin of 52% to 40%, voters believe that ‘cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election.’ That’s per a Rasmussen Reports survey from this month. This stands in stark contrast to the countless news stories editorializing about ‘no evidence of voter fraud’ and ‘the myth of voter fraud.’”

It’s difficult to say what can be done legally at this point. After all, we’re in uncharted territory where American presidential elections are concerned. But it can’t hurt to keep digging — even if only to raise awareness of the fraud perpetrated by those cheatin’ Democrats, and to begin taking steps to ensure that it doesn’t happen again.

And maybe to see if Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis can goad Joe Biden and Kamala Harris into running again — only this time, in an honest election.