Entrepreneur and former Marine Yinon Weiss tweeted Nov. 6 the “astounding” results, saying Biden’s 60-point lead in Pa. amounted to an 80 to 20 lead over Trump. Data collated by NBC News reflected 63 percent of mail-in ballot requests in the state were from Democrats, while Republicans only requested 25 percent. Initially, Trump appeared to win Pa. Nov. 4 – but mail-in ballots with votes cast for Biden erased the incumbent’s almost 700,000 lead two days later.
Meanwhile, Republicans in Michigan requested more mail-in ballots at 41 percent compared to the 39 percent from Democrats. Despite more Republicans asking for absentee ballots, mail-in votes for Biden removed Trump’s nearly 290,000 lead.
Mail-in ballots for Biden also evaporated his 100,000 vote lead in Wisconsin and his almost 60,000 vote advantage in Georgia. Despite the dismal results, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted how Trump was winning Rust Belt states by enormous margins in this election compared to four years earlier.
Trump got 696,960 votes (66 percent counted) during this election compared to 44,292 in 2016. In Michigan, the president got 289,703 votes (61 percent counted) this year compared to 10,704 four years ago. Lastly, 104,963 votes were cast for Trump in Wisconsin this year, compared to 22,478 when he ran against Hillary Clinton.
However, reports of electoral fraud in Pennsylvania by means of mail-in ballots, intentional or otherwise, have surfaced even before Nov. 3.
Early in October, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents found discarded military ballots with votes cast for Trump in Luzerne County. Investigators recovered nine ballots and confirmed seven of these had voted for the incumbent. Later, about 29,000 voters in Allegheny County received incorrect mail-in ballots after the company in charge of printing, collating and mailing these encountered a “ballot image mapping error.” The erroneous ballots in Allegheny County were eventually corrected.
A third instance of fraud happened in the state during Election Day itself when an election worker was filmed filling out ballots for 30 minutes at her table. Worse, a security guard walked past her as she answered the ballots and did nothing about it.
Even President Trump himself warned of widespread fraud at the polls in late September. He cited multiple instances of mail-in ballots being thrown away in Wis., Fla. and New Jersey. And now, he and his team are fighting back. His campaign has set up a hotline and a website where Americans who believe they were disenfranchised by Democrats can report voting irregularities.
In a Nov. 5 report, Big League Politics wrote that campaign manager Bill Stepien expressed confidence that Trump can win Pa., one of many swing states whose votes are needed to ensure four more years of Trump in the White House. Another campaign operative, senior adviser Jason Miller, said he was also confident Trump would win other swing states such as Ga., N.C., and Arizona. Voters who wish to report election fraud can call 888-630-1776 and visit the site here.
Despite being cheated in the election by Joe Biden and the Democratic Party, Trump will never give up for the sake of the American people.