(Tea Party PAC) – While millions of Americans have already cast their vote in the most consequential election of our nation’s history, it seems that many are regretting their choice following damning revelations into the foreign business deals of Hunter Biden, son of the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The Gateway Pundit reports that searches for “can I change my vote” surged on Sunday following newly public sex tapes and email leaks from a laptop reportedly belonging to Hunter Biden whose existence was revealed last week.
This includes in the important battleground state of Pennsylvania.
Google Trends does not reveal the exact number of searches for a given topic, rather, they’re scaled between 1-100 based on the number of searches that are above average.
TGP explains that “When looking at interest by region, Utah, Idaho and Pennsylvania had the most searches, respectively, followed by New Mexico, Michigan, Arizona, Missouri, Nevada, Minnesota and Wisconsin.”
At the same time, searches for “Hunter Biden China” also showed, pointing to a fresh interest in connections between Hunter Biden and the Communist Chinese Party, with whom he has been linked through shady business deals that coincide with his father’s foreign policy in the region while serving as Vice President.
The interest in changing one’s vote surged just prior to 11 p.m. as the contents of the laptop began to go viral.
Included on the laptop leak are sex tapes, illicit photos, videos of drug use, and allegedly even child pornography.
There were also emails which provide further support to allegations that Joe Biden was involved in Hunter’s questionable deals with foreign entities, including China, as well as an effort on the part of Hunter Biden to avoid registering as a foreign agent for China.
There were also emails that appear to point to corruption with his father, Joe Biden, and an effort by Hunter Biden to avoid having to register as a foreign agent for his dealings with China.
TGP explains that there are some states that do allow you to change your vote after casting your ballot early–Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Mississippi.
They explain how:
Wisconsin: voters who voted early in person can recast their ballot as long as they do so by Saturday, October 31st. The deadline for absentee varies by city. People who wish to change their vote should contact their city clerk for more information.
Minnesota: absentee voters can change their votes up to a week before the election.
Michigan: absentee voters can change their ballots if they have not yet been processed and tabulated. Those who wish to change their ballot should contact their city clerk within a few days of the election.
Pennsylvania; New York; Connecticut; and Mississippi: Contact your city clerk to change your vote.
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