From John Solomon at Just The News –
CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles – Two men were charged last week with submitting fraudulent voter registration applications on behalf of homeless people.
GEORGIA: At least nine observers have signed affidavits swearing they saw suspicious mail-in ballots that had no creases in them, meaning they had not been mailed in envelopes as required. These ballots were almost uniformly cast for Biden. In addition, the markings on these ballots were unusually uniform, suggesting the ovals had been filled in with a marking device, not scribbled in with a pen as required.
MICHIGAN: “Computer issues” were blamed for losers being declared winners in Antrim and Oakland counties. And in Detroit, a career civil servant has stated in a sworn affidavit she personally witnessed — and in some cases was instructed — to backdate thousands of absentee ballots the day after the election to make them appear legal, even though they were not in the Qualified Voter File and had not arrived by the deadline.
NEVADA: Native Americans were illegally offered incentives to vote. And in Clark County, a test of the mail-in signature check showed an 89% failure rate. One person signed nine ballots; all of them were accepted.
PENNSYLVANIA: Large numbers of Pennsylvania voters told Just the News that their absentee votes weren’t counted or that others requested mail-in ballots in their names. A data scientist then projected from sampling that the problems were widespread. This may have affected as many as 100,000 absentee ballots in a state where Biden is only 82,000 votes ahead.
POLL OBSERVERS: In multiple states, numerous GOP poll observers say they were improperly kept from monitoring ballot-counting in big city election centers. In some cases, they say they were actually ejected from the building.
TEXAS: A social worker has been charged with submitting voter registration applications for 67 of disabled residents in state facilities. The registrations lacked signatures and/or effective consent. In some cases, the residents were not even eligible to vote. Under Texas law, only a parent, spouse or child who is a qualified voter of the county may act as an agent in registering a person to vote, after being appointed to do so by that person.