While many Democrats and their allies in the traditional media argue there is no evidence of systemic voting irregularities in the Nov. 3 election, a mountain of evidence has been amassed in private lawsuits alleging there was, in fact, significant and widespread voting misconduct.
The question for the courts is whether the irregularities were widespread enough to impact the outcome or erase Joe Biden’s lead in at least three of the six battleground states where results are being contested.
And while both President Trump’s campaign and private entities like the Amistad Project are planning to file more lawsuits on Monday, Just the News reviewed the scores of filings and affidavits and declarations in the court cases.
Here are the most compelling pieces of evidence presented to the courts as of Sunday night:
- City of Detroit worker swears she witnessed thousands of ballots being falsified
- Nearly three quarters of Detroit’s precincts had mismatched voting totals
- Unfolded, pristine mail-in ballots flagged in Georgia
- Thousands of ballots went uncounted initially in Georgia, belatedly discovered during audit
- Large numbers of Pennsylvania voters say their absentee votes weren’t counted or someone else requested their mail-in ballot
- Social worker charged in Texas with submitting voter registration applications for nursing home residents
- Computer issue in Oakland County, Mich., blamed as a GOP incumbent belatedly declared winner after first being told he lost.
- Antrim County, Mich., reversed election results after error found
- Numerous Republicans poll observers in multiple states say they were improperly ejected
- Voter drive in Nevada targeting Native Americans offered gifts as voting incentives
- Los Angeles prosecutors uncover scheme in which thousands of fraudulent ballots cast
City of Detroit worker swears she witnessed thousands of ballots being falsified
Of all the sworn statements to date, career civil servant Jessy Jacob of Detroit provided the most sweeping claim of election fraud.
She stated in an affidavit she personally witnessed — and in some cases was instructed — to backdate thousands of absentee ballots the day after the election to make them appear legal even though they were not in the Qualified Voter File and had not arrived by the deadline. “I estimate that this was done to thousands of ballots,” her sworn statement says.
Jacob also described how in the weeks before Election Day she witnessed Detroit poll workers skipping voter ID checks and that she was “instructed by my supervisor to adjust the mailing date of these absentee ballot packages to be dated earlier than they were actually sent. The supervisor was making announcements for all workers to engage in this practice.”Jessy-Jacob-Affidavit
Jacob described 70 to 80 other poll workers who also were instructed to falsify ballots, potentially a massive fraud.
By John Solomon