President Donald Trump has used his platform on twitter to express his contention to the results of the 2020 election many times since election day.  On several of those occasions, the President has mentioned ‘illegal votes.’

“If you count only the legal votes, I easily win,” President Trump said in a recent address on twitter.

But what does the President mean when he says ‘illegal votes?’ Most of the mainstream news outlets don’t seem interested in investigating some of the more credible claims of widespread voter fraud. Fact-checker websites also don’t appear to be interested in doing anything further than parroting what most outlets are reporting. Politifact, without evidence or investigation of any kind recently gave President Trump’s claim a ‘pants on fire’ rating.

Because of this, we have looked into some of the evidence presented in lawsuits and affidavits. The evidence we have discovered has never been refuted and is sourced from forensic data scientists, economists, lawyers, and witnesses.

Here is what we found:

Nevada:

Jesse Binnall, an attorney heading the challenge on behalf of six would-be Republican delegates to the Electoral College in Nevada, gathered evidence from data scientists which bring into the question the validity of the election results in the state.

Here is what they found:

• Over 42,000 people voted more than once. Their experts were able to make this
determination by reviewing the list of actual voters and comparing it to other
voters with the same name, address, and date of birth. This method was also able
to catch people using different first name variations, such as William and Bill,
and individuals who were registered both under a married name and a maiden
name.

• At least 1,500 dead people are recorded as voting, as shown by comparing the list
of mail voters with the social security death records.

• More than 19,000 people voted even though they did not live in Nevada; to be
clear, this does not include military voters or students. These voters were
identified by comparing the lists of voters with the U.S. Postal Service’s National
Change of Address database, among other sources.

• About 8,000 people voted from non-existent addresses. Here we crossed-referenced voters with the Coding Accuracy Support System which allowed our
experts to identify undeliverable addresses.

• Over 15,000 votes were cast from commercial or vacant addresses. Our experts
found these voters by analyzing official U.S. Postal Service records that flag nonresidential addresses and addresses vacant for more than 90 days.

• Incredibly, almost 4,000 non-citizens also voted, as determined by comparing
official DMV records of non-citizens to the list of voters in the 2020 election.

Wisconsin:

  • Wisconsin mayors in only the largest cities set up illegal unmanned drop boxes in democrat strongholds which is a violation of state law as well as the equal protection clause of the constitution.
  • Wisconsin mayors told voters in the state to register as ‘indefinitely confined’ before the election.  This allowed hundreds of thousands of ballots to be processed without going through the proper verification process.
  • More than 200,000 illegal ballots were counted in Wisconsin

The mayors of Wisconsin’s five largest cities—Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, and Racine, which all have Democrat majorities— joined in this effort, and together, developed a plan use purportedly drop-boxes to facilitate return of absentee ballots.

Over five hundred unmanned, illegal, absentee ballot drop boxes were used in the Presidential election in Wisconsin. The use of any drop box, manned or unmanned, is directly prohibited by Wisconsin statute.

The WEC and local election officials also took it upon themselves to encourage voters to unlawfully declare themselves “indefinitely confined”—which under Wisconsin law allows the voter to avoid security measures like signature verification and photo ID requirements. Specifically, registering to vote by absentee ballot requires photo identification, except for those who register as “indefinitely confined” or “hospitalized.”

On March 25, 2020, in clear violation of Wisconsin law, Dane County Clerk Scott McDonnell and Milwaukee County Clerk George Christensen both issued guidance indicating that all voters should mark themselves as “indefinitely confined” because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Because of this nearly 216,000 voters said they were indefinitely confined in the 2020 election, nearly a fourfold increase from nearly 57,000 voters in 2016. In Dane and Milwaukee counties, more than 68,000 voters said they were indefinitely confined in 2020, a fourfold increase from the roughly 17,000 indefinitely confined voters in those counties in 2016.

Michigan:

  • Election workers were forced to backdate thousands of ballots
  • Election workers were forced to cure ballots even though many of them were missing signatures addresses or birthdates
  • Election workers were forced to process thousands of ballots AFTER the 9pm deadline
  • If election workers came to election officials with problem ballots that needed to be invalidated – they would get scolded and told to take a 2-hour lunch.
  • At least 9,500 dead people were listed on the voter rolls in Wayne County Michigan, many thousands of them returned a ballot according to records.

Michigan’s Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson, without legislative approval, unilaterally abrogated Michigan election statutes related to absentee ballot applications and signature verification. Michigan’s legislature has not ratified these changes, and its election laws do not include a severability clause.

Secretary Benson also violated Michigan law when she launched a program in June 2020 allowing absentee ballots to be requested online, without signature verification as expressly required under Michigan law. The Michigan Legislature did not approve or authorize Secretary Benson’s unilateral actions.

Secretary Benson’s unconstitutional modifications of Michigan’s election rules resulted in the distribution of millions of absentee ballot applications without verifying voter signatures as required by MCL §§ 168.759(4) and 168.761(2). This means that millions of absentee ballots were disseminated in violation of Michigan’s statutory signature-verification requirements. Democrats in Michigan voted by mail at a ratio of approximately two to one compared to Republican voters. Thus, former Vice President Biden materially benefited from these unconstitutional changes to Michigan’s election law.

A sworn statement from Detroit indicates that several boxes of ballots were brought in through the back door of the TCF center at 9pm on Wednesday.  Election rules state that all ballots needed to be inputted into the system by 9pm on Tuesday, November 3rd.

Election workers inputted the entire batch into the QVF system and manually added each voter to the list after 9pm.

Another part of the statement claims election workers assigned ballots to random names already in the Qualified Voter File to people who haven’t voted in the 2020 election. The sworn statement alleges that election workers systematically used false information in order to be able to process the absentee ballots, such as false birthdays.
 
“Election workers assigned ballots to random names already in the QVF to a person who had not voted. Defendants systematically used false information to process absentee ballots, such as using incorrect of false birthdays. Many times the election workers inserted new names into the QVF after the election and recorded these new voters as having a birthdate of 1/1/1900”

Georgia:

  • 2,500 felons voted illegally.
  • 66000 underage ineligible people are listed as registered and many thousands of them voted.
  • 2,423 individuals who voted are listed as not registered
  • Over 1,000 registered using a PO box as their residential address
  • Over 10,000 deceased individuals were listed as deceased – many of them returned a ballot.

Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, without legislative approval, unilaterally abrogated Georgia’s statute governing the signature verification process for absentee ballots.

On March 6, 2020, in Democratic Party of Georgia v. Raffensperger. Georgia’s Secretary of State entered a Compromise Settlement Agreement with the Democratic Party of Georgia to materially change the statutory requirements for reviewing signatures on absentee ballot envelopes to confirm the voter’s identity by making it far more difficult to challenge defective signatures beyond the express mandatory procedures.

The effect of this unconstitutional change in Georgia election law, which made it more likely that ballots without matching signatures would be counted, had a material impact on the outcome of the election. Specifically, there were 1,305,659 absentee mail-in ballots submitted in Georgia in 2020. There were 4,786 absentee ballots rejected in 2020. This is a rejection rate of .37%. In contrast, in 2016, the 2016 rejection rate was 6.42% with 13,677 absentee mail-in ballots being rejected out of 213,033 submitted, which more than seventeen times greater than in 2020

Historic Low Rejection Rate

In a normal election year in any given state, hundreds or even thousands of mail-in ballots get tossed out for everything from late postmarks to open envelopes.

North Carolina rejected 546 ballots for just missing witness signatures in the 2012 presidential race. Virginia tossed 216 ballots in the 2018 midterms because they arrived in an unofficial envelope. Arizona discarded 1,516 ballots for non-matching signatures the same year.

In October, USA Today predicted that absentee ballot rejection totals would reach historic levels.

“At least 1.03 million absentee ballots could be tossed if half of the nation votes by mail. Discarded votes jump to 1.55 million if 75% of the country votes absentee. In the latter scenario, more than 185,000 votes could be lost in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – states considered key to capturing the White House.”

In Georgia alone, it was predicted that over 100,000 absentee ballots would be rejected based on the normal percentage that are rejected in an average year.

That’s not what happened. Only 4,000 mail-in ballots were rejected in the state of Georgia.

Reports about the rejection rate for mail-in ballots in the general election suggest that it was a fraction of a percent, which is up to 30 times lower than absentee ballots in an election without mass vote-by-mail.

The below graph shows the estimated rejectable votes vs the Biden margin of victory in key swing states.