Trump-Backed Republicans Uncover Groundbreaking Evidence Of Voter Fraud

The 2020 election has not officially come to a close. While Biden has swiftly assumed his role in the White House, Republicans from Georgia and Arizona are still getting to the bottom of what exactly happened in their state. An audit of every ballot in Maricopa County wages on and the discoveries made in the process have proven to be shocking, to say the least. Georgia is quickly following suit with claims that something about the election numbers just aren’t adding up.

A state judge in Georgia recently approved an inspection of Fulton County’s mail-in-ballots, an area highly contested by Trump officials. Biden narrowly pulled off a “victory” in Georgia, but the group leading the Fulton County ballot audit says he’s certain there are more fraudulent ballots than the margin by which Joe Biden sought a win.

Garland Favorito, co-founder of the group VoterGA, revealed that without question at least 10,000 absentee ballots, if not double that number, were “problematic.”

“We have what is undeniable absentee-ballot fraud in Fulton County involving 10,000 to 20,000 false ballots, and possibly even more,” he said.

Biden pulled off a “win” in Georgia by only 12,000 votes. The finally tally was confirmed multiple times as the state was ordered to exhume and recount the votes. After the election results were certified, judges began turning away Trump’s legal challenges, essentially cutting off his right to examine the ballots.

Favorito, a poll watcher in the 2020 election, is among a group of patriots who sued last December, demanding access to evidence that could point to massive cases of voter fraud. He and his group scored a victory just last month.

Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ruled that VoterGA could access 147,000 absentee ballots from the 2020 election in Fulton County, where Biden reportedly received 72% of the vote.

However, the judge canceled a planned meeting with Favorito to discuss legal strategies for the election audit. Democrat attorneys in Fulton County bombarded the judge with motions in an attempt to dismiss the case, which prevented Judge Amero from moving forward with the strategic meeting. Another hearing on the Democrats’ attempt at dismissal is scheduled fro later this month.

While legal battles play out in court, ballots are being stored in a Fulton County warehouse.

On Mar 29, controversy struck when motion-detection alarms sounded off in the building. An investigation is currently underway, officials say it’s likely a patrol officer guarding the warehouse improperly set the alarm before leaving the building.

But who was in the building after he left?

“There’s no way to know for certain that no tampering of the ballots occurred.” Favorito said.

Following the potential break in, Donald Trump released a statement “sounding the alarm” on possible ballot tampering — a charge he made on election night when shady behavior circled around vote counting facilities in Georgia.

Read Trump’s entire statement here:

Former President Donald trump and his have applauded all efforts to review the 2020 election results, including the audit currently under way in Arizona’s Maricopa County. Local election officials remain steadfast in their claim that no fraud exists, but state Republicans know that simply isn’t the care.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth