(Tea Party PAC) – While we’re all pretty familiar with the highly contested states from the 2020 election, it’s become evident that the widespread election fraud occurred in many, many other states as well.
While no one would even think twice about the blue state of Virginia going to Joe Biden, the truth is, it’s starting to look more and more like even that state was stolen in the 2020 election.
The Gateway Pundit has reported on the suspicious late-night ballot dumps that were observed via data from election night. One Virginia voter also noticed the unusual ballot dumps and decided to take a closer look at what happened in the state.
After investigating the data in the state between the final state results and external reports, the voter discovered a 1.7 million vote difference. When he attempted to get answers from state officials, no one would speak with him.
The voter read in an article published by the American Thinker in November that suggested there was voter fraud in the state and cited the suspicious late-night ballot drops as evidence. These are the same ballot drops that the Gateway Pundit also reported on.
The voter first found the source data for the analysis at the New York Times – Edison News feed that was released after the election. He then noticed that there were massive 300,000 ballot drops for Biden in Virginia that were reversed after being posted twice but then entered a third time and left.
Of course, the likelihood of these huge ballot dumps legitimately occurring is virtually nonexistent but, as TGP pointed out, errors could be to blame that would account for adjustments that “perhaps were addressed by the state.”
The voter found that the results from the NYT-Edison data feed were ultimately very close to the final results reported by the state which led him to believe that the NYT-Edison data feed results were correct.
However, when the voter attempted to reconcile the results from Virginia’s change file with the results from the NYT-Edison data feed he ran into a massive 1.7 million vote difference. The state’s change file was missing these votes and the file was incomplete, at best.
Naturally, the voter believed that the change file should match the state’s final reported results but when he attempted to get answers from state officials as to why there was such a dramatic difference, he was ignored and dismissed.
He emailed the Department of Elections on Dec. 5 and requested that the change file be updated but the Department did not respond. He then contacted the Governor via the state’s website to no avail.
He was able to get the help of an assistant for his State Delegate who reached out to the Department multiple times but even she was unable to get a response.
Perhaps the state’s changelog is just simply incomplete. Why won’t the state respond to inquiries over this and just update it? The fact that this voter is essentially being stonewalled by the state only raises further concerns that Virginia is among many states that were stolen in the 2020 election.
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