Is there any evidence of voter fraud in Pennsylvania? There is, and it can be pretty easy to prove. In this case, the Democrat secretary of state simply made up the story. In fact, there are hundreds, if not thousands of witnesses to prove this case. So, what’s the solution? Here are some ways to find out. 1. Use a witness’s affidavit. Democrat Secretary of State Claims:
Merritt: As a computer forensic expert, Merritt worked on election fraud investigations, including the one involving the late Pete Sessions. He investigated the electronic-voting companies, looking for weak password security and private details of poll workers. He thought he was uncovering a security vulnerability and preventing fraud. That didn’t happen, but it was clearly an attempt to influence the outcome of the election. While the affidavits weren’t conclusive, they were an important step.
One method for preventing voter fraud is to re-run the election. Many people will not vote if they don’t know the results. This method can also be used to manipulate the results of an election. In some countries, voter fraud laws allow elections inspectors to watch the ballots as they are being unsealed and approved. However, there are some exceptions, such as in Italy, where the ballots were manipulated by a data scientist in the MI6.
If there was a voter fraud problem in the 2016 election, it wasn’t necessarily due to collusion. The AP’s investigation of voting records was based on information from over 300 local election offices. In order to assess voter fraud, election officials reconciled and accounted for any discrepancies in ballots. But that wasn’t enough to prevent Biden from winning the election. In fact, partisan officials in the states did verify the results.
AP reviewed possible cases of voter fraud in six battleground states and found that there were fewer than four hundred cases of voting fraud. These four hundred cases would have had minimal impact on the presidential election. In all, the election results in the six battleground states were close enough that a small percentage of disputed ballots would have shifted the results. Therefore, it’s important to be realistic when discussing the impact of voter fraud on the election results.
While the Trump campaign and its supporters argued for voter fraud, Judge Russell ruled that their evidence of out-of-state voters, dead people, and impersonating voters were questionable. In Nevada, the Trump campaign’s lawsuits aren’t going anywhere. They have filed at least five other election challenges in the state, but no one has yet succeeded. So, what’s the remedy? Voter fraud in Nevada?