Researchers Find 255,000 ‘Excess Votes’ for Biden
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A researcher say he uncovered at least 255,000 “excess votes” for President Joe Biden across six battleground states in the 2020 election.
John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center, the study’s author, found “evidence of around 255,000 excess votes (possibly as many as 368,000) for Joe Biden in six swing states where Donald Trump lodged accusations of fraud.”
“Biden only carried these states – Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – by a total of 313,253 votes. Excluding Michigan, the gap was 159,065,” Lott said.
Lott said the purpose of his work is not to contest the 2020 election, “but to point out that we have a real problem that needs to be dealt with. Americans must have confidence in future elections.”
The study examined voter registration rolls, actual in-person vote counts, absentee voting, and provisional ballots in counties where fraud had been alleged or suggested.
Lott then compared those counts to neighboring areas, reasoning that the percentages should be similar. But he encountered major disparities. The peer-reviewed study found unexplained votes and other problems including absentee ballots and votes from convicted felons.
“In Fulton County, Georgia, 2,423 voters were not listed on the state’s records as registered, and 2,560 felons voted even though they had not completed their sentences,” the study reads.
Lott concluded his report, stating: ““The voter turnout rate data provide stronger evidence of significant excess Biden votes in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The estimates imply that the counties wherein vote fraud was alleged returned between 142,000 and 368,000 excess Biden votes.”
“While the findings reported here are dramatic, they may be underestimates because the voter turnout estimates do not account for ballots cast for the opposing candidate that are lost, destroyed, or replaced with ballots filled out for the other candidate. While it would involve a lot more work, it would be possible to apply the precinct level tests to compare turnout rates in adjacent precincts across all the counties where fraud was alleged.”