This information was obtained after careful analysis done by Matt Braynard and his Voter Integrity Project. Braynard served as the Trump 2016 campaign's data and strategy director.
Braynard looked through addresses listed on the voter rolls. On paper, he said, all of the addresses looked like residential ones. However, a closer inspection showed Braynard that that wasn't the case.
In a tweet posted on Nov. 22, Braynard said, “We have identified over a thousand early and absentee votes cast by individuals whose registered addresses are in fact at post offices, UPS and FedEx locations.” Braynard explained that the box numbers on these postal addresses were disguised by the fact that they were labeled as units in an apartment or condominium building.
Just one partial review showed Braynard that Georgia had at least a thousand votes that were cast by people registered in non-residential addresses. He published a small sample of these addresses two days later, showing that all of them began with “apartment,” “suite” or “unit.”
Braynard said that all of these addresses were listed as residential, not mailing. He added that all of the voters who owned these addresses voted by mail.
Under Georgia law, a potential voter's residence is “that place in which such person's habitation is fixed, without any present intention of removing therefrom.”
This means that all of these votes with postal or commercial addresses should be considered illegal and thrown out. (Related: Sidney Powell promises “Biblical” lawsuit coming in vote fraud cases as she accused Georgia governor of corrupt deal with Dominion.)
Furthermore, everyone who knowingly gave false information upon their registration can be charged with a felony and face up to 10 years in prison or be fined up to $100,000.
The office of Georgia's Secretary of State has not responded to news outlets to respond to requests for comments. The official count in the state shows that Democratic nominee Joe Biden supposedly won Georgia by less than 13,000 votes.
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Braynard and his Voter Integrity Project have been uncovering evidence of voter fraud in other battleground states. In Pennsylvania, he found that at least 1,400 voters were also registered using postal facility addresses, similar to the state of affairs in Georgia.
Braynard also found out that a significant percentage of registered Republican voters in Pennsylvania, Arizona and other battleground states have not had any of their ballots recorded by their respective states' election authorities.
In Pennsylvania, Braynard was able to reach out to 1,137 Republican voters who requested mail-in ballots. Forty-two percent of them who voted by mail did not have any record in state data that their ballots were received or counted.
Similar findings popped up in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin, where large numbers of Republican voters who vote by mail – as high as 50 percent in Arizona – have not had their votes received or counted by election officials.
If Braynard's findings are accepted in court, it could change the outcome of the election in several of these states and it could show that Trump is the true winner of the 2020 election.
Learn more about how watchdog organizations like the Voter Integrity Project are trying to uncover the truth behind the recent election by reading the latest articles at VoteFraud.news.