130,000 unique fraud instances identified in Nevada, more than enough to overturn the election results

Jesse Binnall, a Nevada attorney for the Trump campaign, testified at Senate hearing on election irregularities on Dec. 16 that drastic changes to voting made by the Nevada Legislature in August caused the number of mail-in ballots to increase nearly…

130,000 unique fraud instances identified in Nevada, more than enough to overturn the election results

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Jesse Binnall, a Nevada attorney for the Trump campaign, testified at Senate hearing on election irregularities on Dec. 16 that drastic changes to voting made by the Nevada Legislature in August caused the number of mail-in ballots to increase nearly tenfold from 70,000 in 2016 to more than 690,000 in 2020. That opened the door to more fraud, he said.

“While the media and the Democrats accused us of making it all up, our team began chasing down every lead,” Binnall told the senators. “Our evidence came both from data scientists and from brave whistleblowers.”

Binnall said in Nevada over 42,000 people voted more than once, which the legal team determined by reviewing the list of actual voters and comparing them to other voters with the same name, address, and date of birth. The lawyers also determined people used different first names, such as William and Bill, to vote more than once.

Nor was it just live people, he said.

“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,” Binnall said.

He said more than 19,000 people voted in Nevada despite not living in the state, noting that that number didn’t include student or military voters. The numbers 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 nonexistent addresses, while more than 15,000 votes were cast from commercial or vacant addresses, he said. Further, about 4,000 noncitizens also voted, according to information determined by comparing official Department of Motor Vehicles records of noncitizens to the list of actual voters in the 2020 election.

130,000 unique instances of voter fraud in Nevada have been identified by data scientists by comparing actual voters with other publicly available lists.

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