When Is a Voter Irregularity Considered Fraud?

When Is a Voter Irregularity Considered Fraud?

(UnitedVoice.com) – President Trump continues to fight for the integrity of the November 3 election. In several battleground states, proof exists that massive voter fraud could have impacted the outcome of the election. However, every court has said not enough evidence was provided despite the facts offered to them. It makes one wonder: When are voter irregularities, as deemed by the courts, enough to prove fraud?

In November in Gettysburg, PA, the Pennsylvania Senate Majority Committee heard the same testimony which the state court heard and rejected. The hearing demonstrated clear problems potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of votes in a state that certified Biden by less than 82,000 votes.

Across the country, the same thing has been playing out. Yet, no one seems able to nail down the obvious questions: When is it a fraud? And, at what point does it become so obvious that it’s a fraud, the results require reconsideration?

Lawsuit Built on Empirical Data Demonstrates Voter Fraud in Georgia

In a 64-page lawsuit filed in Georgia on December 4, the plaintiffs argue that almost 150,000 votes were cast illegally. Biden was certified as the winner by only 12,000 votes. According to the complaint that was well-researched and documented:

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  • Over 66,247 underage people voted.
  • Approximately 40,000 moved across state lines 30 days before the election and failed to register properly in their new county per state law.
  • At a minimum, 15,700 people filed a change of address with the United States Postal Service before election day.
  • Over 10,000 people were deceased before the date their vote was received cast a vote by Election Day.
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  • Nearly 5,000 people registered to vote in another state voted in Georgia.
  • Over 2,500 convicted felons voted.
  • Approximately another 4,000 people voted illegally for various reasons as well.

Dominion Voting Machines in Michigan

In Michigan, a court order to inspect Dominion voter machines resulted in a report that is a cause for extreme concern. The report alleges that the voting system was “intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systematic fraud and influence election results.”

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The 23-page report went into great detail about the machines, their flaws, and how votes were tabulated improperly.

Pennsylvania Hearing

In the previously mentioned Pennsylvania State Senate hearing, dozens of witnesses explained specific voting irregularities they observed. Some said thousands of ballots were counted in secret. One observer said poll workers duplicated 5,000 damaged mail-in ballots.

There were affidavits about Democrats violating the law and pre-canvassing. Still worse yet, an election security specialist claimed a 700,000-ballot discrepancy between mail-in ballots sent out and received.

At some point, someone has to ask when is a voter irregularity fraud? Additionally, when are Republicans going to push back against the narrative Democrats created to suggest they are sore losers instead of people concerned about the integrity of the election?

Don Purdum, Independent Political Analyst

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