Part three of damning ‘Navarro Report’ on US election fraud published
Harvard economist Peter Navarro (r.) has published the third part of his report on alleged electoral fraud in the US, just in time for the inauguration of the "elected" President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
Published: January 20, 2021, 3:35 pm
Trump advisor and Harvard economist Peter Navarro published the third part of his report on alleged electoral fraud in the US, which concluded that over three million votes in the six swing states may be illegal.
The report with the title “Yes, Trump Won” lists all indications of manipulation and electoral fraud with detailed evidence and references in the appendix. According to Navarro, there was not a “silver bullet” in terms of electoral fraud, but it was instead “death from a thousand irregularities”.
For example, in Arizona 150 000 votes were counted that were submitted after the deadline; in Georgia there were 10 315 people who voted and 136 155 cases of irregularities with the voting machines (Michigan: 195 755, Wisconsin: 143 379). Michigan received 174 000 votes without a voter registration number, which is illegal in the state. In Pennsylvania, 680 774 votes were also illegally counted without an observer.
Navarro counted 3 069 002 possibly illegal votes, ten times as many as Joe Biden’s lead of 312 992 votes.
It is still not clear why the decisive “swing states” all suddenly stopped counting on election night as if by design and why avalanches of votes only emerged for Joe Biden afterwards. No court has yet ruled on the actual evidence. All previous lawsuits have been dismissed because of legal technicalities.
The shocking video from the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, which documented from several angles how the election observers and the press left the polling center on election night at 10:30 pm and stated that they had been sent home because that polling station had closed. Some election workers, including the election officers Ralph Jones, Ruby Freeman and their daughter Shaye Moss, stayed behind and at 11 pm the three pulled suitcases full of votes out of a hiding place and fed them through the counting machines several times. By 1:30 am, there were 136 155 votes for Joe Biden.
The FBI has still not considered it necessary to question Jones, Freeman and Moss about this. A recount of the votes was carried out in camera by employees of the company Dominion and allegedly resulted in an error rate of 0,1 percent. The Georgia State Legal Committee ordered a re-investigation, but it has not yet taken place.
When in 2017 allegations of “Russian election manipulation” were made against Donald Trump with much less evidence, the latter appointed a special investigator to investigate the allegations. The “elected president” Joe Biden has so far shown no will to investigate the allegations of electoral fraud. According to a Reuters poll, 39 percent of Americans believe that the election had been fraudulent.
Instead of people waving flags at the inauguration of Biden, only flags will be used to fill the void. The Biden camp has blamed Covid-19, but Biden had also failed to draw crowds during his campaign rallies. Biden disingenuously claimed that he liked small crowds because they limit the Coronavirus from spreading.
The "Field of Flags" erected on the National Mall ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony as the 46th US president in Washington, DC.
With war-zone-like security, no crowds and coronavirus distancing for guests, Joe Biden's swearing-in will be unlike any previous inauguration pic.twitter.com/PSAwWQNi4a
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) January 19, 2021
Bon Jovi was featured at Joe Biden's rally in PA.
He played for 12 people and 7 pumpkins.
Largest crowd for him, in years! pic.twitter.com/d2Zon6mylY
— Mike (@FuctupMike) October 24, 2020
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