Since election night on November 3rd, reports of ballot fraud have come pouring in almost without pause. To date, the torrent shows no sign of ebbing.
Just yesterday, a data analyst reported that 23,262 people in Illinois share the same phone number. Now Illinois is not a state in play, at least in the presidential race, but obviously a lot of “voters” are registering to vote with the same phone number. Or, more likely, someone is registering a lot of imaginary voters using the same phone number to steal a state or even a congressional seat.
So how is an ordinary voter to make sense of all these reports of ballot fraud, coming in as they are from all across the United States and comprising every variety under the sun?
One way is by reading “Immaculate Deception,” which is Peter Navarro’s brilliant compilation of much of the evidence of election fraud that has been uncovered to date. Peter, whom I count as a friend, has reviewed, categorized and summarized hundreds of reports of fraud that have poured in, summarizing them in a very readable 36-page report.
Navarro argues that the Biden campaign and its allies engaged in a national strategy of “theft by a thousand cuts … across six dimensions and six battleground states.” In a “Summary” graphic, he asserts there is evidence for “Outright Voter Fraud”, “Ballot Mishandling”, “Contestable Process Fouls”, “Equal Protection Clause Violations”, “Voting Machine Irregularities”, and “Significant Statistical Anomalies” in each of the six states in question: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
He also alleges that in each of these states, with the possible exception of Michigan, there are more than enough illegal ballots to overturn the election results.
Navarro’s report goes on to note how President Trump’s seemingly insurmountable leads in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin on election night were strangely reversed by “a flood of mail-in and absentee ballots” over the next couple of days.
Under “outright voter fraud” Navarro lists cases of “bribery, the large-scale manufacturing of fake ballots for Biden, the destruction of Trump ballots, ballots cast by ineligible voters such as felons and illegal aliens, dead voters and ghost voters, ballots counted multiple times, and illegal out-of-state voters.” No swing state was free of such abuses, and most had more than one, skewing the election to Biden.
Navarro also found that all the swing states had reported cases of “‘ballot mishandling”, which he defined as “lack of adequate voter ID check”, “signature matching abuses”, “backdating of ballots”, “naked ballots lacking outer envelope”, and “broken chain of custody.” Each and every one of these lapses provides an occasion for fraud.
What Navarro calls “contestable process fouls” were also rampant. In all of the battleground states he found that poll watchers and observers were abused and practice the illegal “curing” of ballots. Several experienced other violations such as “allowing improperly registered people to vote”, “illegal campaigning at polling stations,” and flaunting the rules laid down in state law concerning the processing of mail-in and absentee ballots.
The Equal Protection Clause was violated by each and every one of the battleground states, who imposed higher standards for I.D. verification for those voting in-person than for those voting by mail. They also used different standards for ballot curing, and treated Republican and Democrat poll watchers differently.
The voting machines used in different states to conduct elections also contributed to the fraud, reports Navarro, with many states experiencing “large-scale inaccuracies together with inexplicable vote switching and vote surges, often in favor of Joe Biden”:
Navarro’s final category is called “Significant Statistical Anomalies.” Here we find numerically inexplicable happenings such as (1) unusually higher voter turnout, sometimes in excess of 100 percent of eligible voters, (2) unusual increases in absentee ballot acceptance rates, (3) statistically unlikely results given counties’ partisan history and voting registration, and (4) sudden vote surges.
Navarro concludes, rightly in my opinion, that the pattern of misbehavior that he discovered is evidence of a “coordinated strategy to effectively stack the election deck against the Trump-Pence ticket” that was carried out in each and every one of the contested states.
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