Mail-In Ballot Fraud Analysis Found That Trump ‘Almost Certainly’ Won In 2020
A recent analysis of mail-in ballot fraud in the 2020 election suggests that Donald Trump might have secured victory if not for the significant increase in mail-in voting. The study, conducted by the Heartland Institute, delved into the impact of fraudulent mail-in ballots on both Trump and Joe Biden, based on emerging evidence of widespread irregularities in the voting process.
Mail-In Ballot Fraud Study Finds Trump ‘Almost Certainly’ Won in 2020
A new study of mail-in ballot fraud challenges the official results of the 2020 presidential election.https://t.co/Z0rRz0Cl9Y
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Examining data from a Heartland/Rasmussen survey, the study found that approximately one in five mail-in voters admitted to engaging in potentially fraudulent actions. This included activities such as completing a ballot for a friend or family member, signing a ballot on behalf of someone else, or having a ballot filled out by another person.
The surge in mail-in voting in 2020 marked a historic high in U.S. electoral history, with over 43 percent of ballots being cast by mail. Notably, a majority of these mail-in ballots favored Joe Biden. Had the election followed the traditional in-person voting model, Trump would likely have secured reelection, according to the study’s authors.
Researchers highlighted that 28 percent of mail-in voters surveyed had engaged in behaviors deemed illegal under normal circumstances. This revelation suggests that a significant portion of mail-in ballots cast in 2020 were potentially fraudulent and should not have been counted.
Analyzing various scenarios, the study found that Trump emerged as the victor in almost all cases, reinforcing the argument that the outcome of the 2020 election could have been vastly different without the prevalence of mail-in voting.
Overall, the analysis underscores the need for thorough scrutiny of mail-in voting processes to safeguard the integrity of elections and ensure that every vote is counted accurately.