Q&A – Alleged Voter Fraud

Today’s entry: So, what happens now? Do we lose our country to a fraudulent election?

Bottom Line: Actually, the opposite. We respect the will of the people and appreciate our founders for having the foresight to build checks and balances into our system of government. I wanted to address this topic and chose this note as it was the most concise of the many I received along these lines. I’m among the first to flag voter fraud when it’s evident. You may recall I quite literally flagged fraud in Broward and Palm Beach Counties starting Election Night 2018 and documented daily staying with the story until the removal of both election’s supervisors had been complete. Side note, notice how smooth elections in the two counties are with record turnout during a pandemic when you don’t have incompetent/corrupt officials in those offices. Additionally, I check and cite the Heritage Foundation’s voter fraud database with regularity, which included 15 successfully prosecuted cases this year leading into the elections. 

I don’t hide my head in the sand or take anything for granted. Ever. But here's the thing. Is it possible some funny business happened somewhere that led to something changing? Yes. Is there any hard evidence of this as of now? No. The first issue is that states run their own elections. They make their own laws as to how they’ll operate. Provided that they don’t break their own laws, they’ve not done anything legally wrong. This is why ballot harvesting is a felony in Florida but legal in California for example. Now I know the idea that maybe ballots en masse were filled out and made their way into counts. Is it possible? Yes. Is there any evidence? Not as of now. President Trump has the best of the best legal counsel and went into this election with eyes open. If fraud is pervasive, they should be able to find it. I’ve been doing due diligence on my end as well and I'm working on leads.

I specifically worked on two Election Day leads in Florida which I debunked. Also, in three leads yesterday in states I’m not well-positioned to investigate, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Nevada. I debunked the claim in Wisconsin. Learned that the law in Michigan permitted the second concern and don’t have an answer yet in Nevada. The point is this. By current appearances, the Presidential election is a legitimate election. The facts, as I currently know them, don’t lead to conspiracy changing the outcome of the election, and unlike the malcontents on the hard left which never accepted Donald Trump as a legitimate President, I’ll not participate in similar exercises without evidence now should Joe Biden end up as the winner.

I understand emotions and concerns. I’m profoundly concerned that we’ll never have accountability for those responsible for the Russia conspiracy against Donald Trump among other issues. I’m troubled that so many Americans are so ill-informed they could vote for Joe Biden in good conscience. Here’s the deal, let’s operate with the known and go from there.

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