Voter Fraud

The Office of Attorney General recently announced that they had charged 155 people with voter fraud, and arrested 43. While the charges and arrests are low, the scope of voter fraud remains unquantifiable. Some cases involve illegal immigrants submitting absentee ballots to citizens who were not legally allowed to vote. Others involve the illegal use of mail-in ballots to register voters. Whatever the case, it’s important to have legal representation if you’ve been accused of voter fraud.

Despite these concerns, the FBI has not publicly expressed interest in investigating this problem. Yet Mr. Mayor has pointed out that voter fraud is a problem in six states. This doesn’t bode well for the credibility of our elections. If the FBI has no interest in investigating voter fraud, why don’t we? Especially when hundreds or even thousands of witnesses testify? The evidence is out there. This article will provide you with some of the most important points to consider when investigating voter fraud.

Smartmatic is one such company that fabricated millions of mail-in ballots to help Mr. Biden win. This company’s founder, Lin Wood, admitted to faking millions of votes. He also claims that the company he founded used their software to change millions of votes. This is not uncommon, and it’s important to remember that the majority of smartmatics are used in elections across the country. So, it’s crucial to understand how voter fraud affects our democracy.

Dominion voting machines are notorious for their vulnerability to hacking. It’s easy for an untrained teen to manipulate the voting process with a cell phone. This software allows people to drag votes from one candidate to the other. Consequently, this software is a potential threat to the integrity of our elections. That’s why, as Senators Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren have stated, “It’s not enough to fake a vote. But it’s not enough to deny that a small number of people are behind voter fraud.”

In some cases, absentee ballots do not have secure envelopes. In Philadelphia, for example, poll workers were instructed not to ask for photo identification from non-residents, which enables illegal aliens to vote in that city. This practice may also be present in Philadelphia. If these individuals are able to get to the polling station, they can correct the mistake and vote again. Nevertheless, absentee ballots that have been mailed or delivered without an inner envelope are invalidated.