There have been several allegations of problems with the Federal 2020 election and several lawsuits have been launched. The most recent: A GOP chair alleges there was a secret counting of ballots in Georgia. Now this does not mean that there was anything untoward done during this secret counting of the ballots, if that proves to be true. But it does make people suspicious.
The Daily Wire writes:
The chair of the Republican Party in Georgia casted doubt on the election process and an apparent lack on transparency in Fulton County, suggesting ballots were counted “in secret” on Election Day.
“Let me repeat,” posted David Shafer on Monday. “Fulton County elections officials told the media and our observers that they were shutting down the tabulation center at State Farm Arena at 10:30 p.m. on election night only to continue counting ballots in secret until 1:00 a.m.”
“No one disputes that Fulton County elections officials falsely announced that the counting of ballots would stop at 10:30 p.m.,” the GOP chair noted. “No one disputes that Fulton County elected officials unlawfully resumed the counting of ballots after our observers left the center.”
Then there was a report alleging that upwards of 10,000 dead people voted in Michigan. Again, this is only an allegation at this point. If it did happen, the wrongful vote may have already been caught and removed. It is also possible these may involve cases of mistaken identity. This involved mail-in ballots.
Epoch Times reports:
More than 10,000 people confirmed or suspected dead have returned their mail-in ballots to vote in Michigan, according to an analysis of the state’s election data.
About 9,500 voters confirmed dead through the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) are marked in the state’s mail voting database as having returned their ballots. Another nearly 2,000 are 100 years old or more and are not listed as known living centenarians.
The analysis was provided by Richard Baris, director of Big Data Poll.
The data indicates that somebody else was trying to vote on behalf of these people.