The noted crime and gun researcher says that widescale voter fraud plagued the election, "account[ing] for Biden's win in" states such as Georgia and Pennsylvania.
"Increased fraud can take many forms: higher rates of filling out absentee ballots for people who hadn't voted, dead people voting, ineligible people voting, or even payments to legally registered people for their votes," Lott's report explains.
"The estimates here indicate that there were 70,000 to 79,000 'excess' votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania. Adding Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, and Wisconsin, the total increases to up to 289,000 excess votes."
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Lott, who now serves as a Senior Adviser for Research and Statistics at the Office of Justice Programs, believes that his 368,000 estimate is actually too low, and here is why:
• The figures pulled from precinct level data assume that no fraud took place with in-person voting, which is likely not the case
• The voter turnout estimates do not account for any ballots for the opposing candidate that were lost, destroyed, or replaced with ballots that were filled out for the other candidate
Universal mail-in voting, Lott further added, is a hotbed for fraud. These unsecured absentee ballots, he writes, "create the potential that either fraudulent ballots will be introduced or votes [will] be destroyed." Or both.
Functioning as a type of discovery in lieu of actual discovery, a request that has been mostly rejected by the courts thus far, Lott's report helps to quantify, at a bare minimum, the degree of fraud that took place to swing the election for Biden.
"This paper's approach allows us to quantify how large a potential problem vote fraud and other abnormalities might be in the 2020 election," he explains. "The process is applicable to other states where precinct level data is available on voting by absentee and in-person voting."
We know that in Pennsylvania alone, hundreds of thousands of illegal votes were added to Biden's tally, pushing him over the edge. Similar voter fraud took place in other states, Lott's report reveals.
This is why mail-in and absentee voting is mostly banned in Europe, where only a very small number of areas allow it, though with very restrictive rules. Across the pond, it simply never would have been the case that mail-in ballots were sent out, unrequested, to tens of millions of people.
"Many of these countries have learned the hard way about what happens when mail-in ballots aren't secured," Lott warns, using Europe as a model for the United States to emulate in future elections.
"They have also discovered how hard it is to detect vote buying when both those buying and selling the votes have an incentive to hide the exchange."
If the U.S. insists upon using absentee and mail-in ballots, the least it could do is impose safeguards such as signature matching and having to show proper identification. These two requirements alone would help to eliminate the type of voter fraud that was used to steal the election for Biden.
"Vote fraud concerns are important in that they will not only alter election results, but they can also discourage voter participation," Lott warns.
If you would like to learn more about how attorney Sidney Powell is trying to fight voter fraud, you can do so by visiting her website.
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