Data analysis done on Georgia’s voter rolls shows that there were enough illegal votes cast in the election to exceed Joe Biden’s margin of victory in the race, the Federalist reported late Wednesday.
Mark Davis of Data Productions Inc. obtained data from the National Change of Address (NCOA) database which showed that 35,000 people had moved residences within the state outside a 30-day grace period before the election.
Of those 35,000 so far, 10,300 had voted in their previous polling place in November, which invalidates their vote and makes it illegal. Davis is still analyzing the data and is sure that the eventual number of illegal votes will exceed the 12,670 votes by which Biden was said to have won the state.
Davis said he believes Trump could have won a challenge to the 2020 results if courts had not refused to hear the case, based on this data.
New information from Georgia audit leads to more questions
“Under Georgia law, a judge can order an election be redone if he or she sees there were enough illegal, irregular, or improperly rejected votes to cast the results of the election in doubt, or if they see evidence of ‘systemic irregularities,’” Davis said, adding that the illegal votes were systemic and occurred throughout the state.
Georgia’s two previous vote audits did not look at potential illegal votes because of moving from county to county, as Davis has done. They also did not verify signatures on the ballots or look for duplicated ballots, as the current audit is doing.
New information about a hand recount last year in the state said that it was “was riddled with massive errors and provable fraud,” including 36 batches of 4,255 votes that were added to results redundantly.
Officials are denying the errors, but if they are proven to be true, it could be further proof that Trump actually won the state.
Important to know the truth
At this point, even proof that former President Donald Trump actually won more votes in the state than Biden would not change the election results, which were certified in January and cannot now be changed.
But it is important to know if the vote total would have gone Trump’s way, and to figure out what happened so that it doesn’t happen again.
Being able to prove fraud in the race could be further ammunition that absentee ballots need to include ID and signature verification, as well as other reforms to make it harder to cast fraudulent votes.
In the end, it looks like Trump could be vindicated in his claims of election fraud, and that Democrats have just been trying everything they can to shut him up because they know he’s probably been right all along–at least partly, so far.