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FBI ‘finally looking into voter fraud at the eleventh hour,’ requests files on ‘illegal ballots’

Matt Braynard, who is the former data chief and strategist for the Trump campaign, says the FBI has contacted him and “has proactively and directly requested from me and the VIP [Voter Integrity Project] findings that indicates illegal ballots.” The FBI is evidently finally looking into voter fraud at the eleventh hour… specifically an investigation where people allegedly voted in several states.

Braynard performed 35 experiments in 5 states regarding voter data in the presidential election. According to his findings, in at least three of the states the number of questionable or potentially fraudulent ballots exceeds the voter margin between Trump and Biden.

He said he found over 1,000 voters in Georgia who listed themselves at addresses that are post offices or other facilities the Postal Service leases or owns such as FedEx or UPS stores. They also disguised their PO boxes as apartments.

In Pennsylvania, Braynard had teams call people marked as having received a ballot request, but from whom the state never got the actual ballot. In other words, people who supposedly requested a ballot, but it never arrived to be counted in their name.

Mark Levin called the news “better late than never” but noted that “time is of the essence.” We are only weeks away from a presumptive Biden presidency now.

Newsmax’s Emerald Robinson stated, “Based on the recent track record of the @FBI this update should not fill anyone with hope.” That seems to be a sentiment shared by many Americans.

Braynard is conducting a “Voter Integrity Project” probe for the conservative Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society. They have called into question hundreds of thousands of suspect ballots that have the potential to flip the election in Trump’s favor. Braynard said the FBI has asked for his key files.

He added, “By Tuesday, we will have delivered to the agency all of our data, including names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.”

Braynard also stated that “While there has been legit criticism of the actions of leaders of the agency over the last several years, I can personally attest to the many patriots within the rank-and-file who are fighting on the side of the Constitution and Law and Order.”

Matt has tweeted just recently that his probe has uncovered evidence of people voting in “multiple states.” He is also cautioning that there’s a chance that nothing happens with his information.

Braynard says his analysis should have been done before the election by cleaning up voter rolls to remove ineligible voters and during the election by objecting to ballots that should not be counted. He says once the ballots are taken out of the absentee envelopes, it’s hard to remedy the problem, short of a judge ordering a complete do-over of the election.

Philip Kline heads the Amistad Project that is aggressively looking into voter fraud. He said the group is eager to help the agency. “This data has been used to identify hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent ballots in the states where we filed litigation. More about this data will be made available in Matt Braynard’s appearance before a meeting with legislators in Arizona tomorrow.”

The Department of Justice and the FBI have both come under withering criticism from President Trump and many others over not being more aggressive in investigating allegations of massive voter fraud, improper voter registration, ballot harvesting, and voter bribery.

The group has filed suits in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia. One is also being planned in Arizona and Nevada is being considered as well.

For example, on Thursday in Michigan, the group requested that the Michigan Supreme Court take custody of all polling data from the presidential election to give the state legislature time to probe fraud claims before selecting electors.

The Amistad Project’s efforts have made headlines recently for claiming that Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg spent millions to influence the 2020 presidential election.

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