Donald Trump and his legal team continue to bring forth valid and concerning evidence raising questions surrounding misconduct in the 2020 election.
Leftists and their allies the Fake News Media are maintaining that these claims are entirely false and unfounded.
But one overt voter fraud scheme has been brought to light in a state Joe Biden felt certain he had won.
Trump’s legal team is challenging the election results in Nevada.
The President’s lawyers are referring to Nevada’s choice to mail out millions of unsolicited mail-in ballots as proof of voter fraud.
It is undeniable there are noteworthy issues with mail-in ballots.
Another instance of fraud in the form of cash for ballots allegedly happened in Nevada on tribal ranges when nonprofit groups were suspected to have handed out gift cards and other incentives in exchange for votes.
John Daniel Davidson of The Federalist wrote:
In another Facebook post, a spokeswoman for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Bethany Sam, appears on video inside a polling place offering T-shirts, stickers, jewelry, and thousands of dollars in gift cards to voters. Some of these items appear to be part of a raffle, which Sam says voters can enter in person or by emailing or texting a picture of their absentee ballot, while other items are offered to anyone who shows up in person and votes.
Sam appears in another video wearing a Biden-Harris campaign mask with the Biden campaign bus behind her, talking about how important Native votes are to “swing” Washoe County (Biden won the county, which includes Reno, by less than 12,000 votes). In another video, she tells viewers about “Biden swag” available at a GOTV event, along with free Biden cookies. All these videos appear on the official Facebook page of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony. (I called Sam to ask about this, and about the illegal raffles, but she never called me back).
A large percentage of Republicans, roughly 70% according to recent polls, believe the election was rigged.
And for good reason.
The Fake News Media and their so called “unbiased reporters” have never deviated from their claim that no evidence of voter fraud exists even when the proof is readily available.
Donald Trump and his campaign now are working as fast as they can to show there is enough evidence of voter fraud to overturn the results in key swing states.
But the clock is ticking.
States will have to certify their results before a deadline on December 8.
And the Electoral College will convene on December 14 to choose the next President of the United States.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.