Reports of voter fraud, voting irregularities and whistleblowers have been swirling ever since last week’s election and now more and more of these stories are starting to come to the surface.
On Tuesday night, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany appeared on Fox News with 234 pages of affidavits she claimed were proof that election fraud took place. All of the affidavits were from Michigan and are expected to be published soon.
In Pennsylvania, the battle continues to circle around the state’s three-day extension of the mail-in ballot deadline. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. has ordered the segregation of ballots received after Election Day in Pennsylvania pending possible action by the full high court. Reports out of Philadelphia, however, have suggested poll workers were back-dating ballots, which would make it extremely difficult to actually trace which ballots have come in after the deadline.
A Clark Country poll worker turned whistleblower in Nevada told the Laura Ingraham show that as she was out walking around on her lunch break, she witnessed a Biden-Harris van, where people were ripping open ballots and then leaning against the van to mark the papers that she recognized as ballots. “As I got closer, I thought, ‘those are ballots,’” the whistleblower said. “I walked by four or five times. On the next time I walked by, they were putting them in the envelopes. They were putting them in a white and pink envelope.” The poll worker claims to have signed sworn affidavits disclosing what she had witnessed.
A postal worker in Pennsylvania who had filed a detailed affidavit about postal supervisor’s back-dating ballots was reported to have recanted his claims by the Washington Post yesterday. The postal worker released a video on Tuesday night and said he had not recanted on anything and called on the Washington Post to issue a retraction. “I’m here to say I did not recant my statements. That did not happen,” said Richard Hopkins, the postal worker at the center of the allegations.
Dan Patrick, Lieutenant Governor of Texas, has offered up a $1 million reward for those willing to come forward with information leading to the arrest or conviction of anyone who engaged in illegal voting activities.
Clearly, the voter fraud story has legs, and is becoming more clear every day that either way this ends up, 70 to 80 million voters are going to feel less confident in the election system.