An Internet sleuth doing a little digging within the database of votes from the Pennsylvania government website discovered something very fishy going on with thousands of votes.
More than 20,000 absentee ballots have impossible return dates and another more than 80,000 have return dates that raise questions, according to a researcher’s analysis of the state’s voter database.
In 3-part video series, a young man, known as “Greg on The Right,” first posted his explosive video from the PA.gov website on Tik Tok, where curiously, it was removed. Greg promptly posted his video to Twitter, where he has a little over 5.6K followers.
In his first of a 3-part series of videos, Greg explains that he could only review about one-third of the data set related to the mail-in ballots on the PA.gov website.
From “Greg On The Right:”
The following information’s straight from the PA.gov website and has almost 3.1 million entries. I exported all that information into an Excel sheet, but I was cut off at about 1 million rows, so keep in mind, we’re working with one-third of the whole data set.
So, the first thing I did was to create a column to see if any ballots were mailed out by the government the same day that they were received, filled out, through the mail, by the voter.
It turns out, about 11,000 were filled out by the voter and returned back to the government the same day the government mailed them out to the voter.
I then created a column to see if there and there were any applications that were approved by the government, mailed out by the government, received by the voter, and then filled out by the voter and mailed back to the government on the same day. And there were 8,205 cases of that.
And lastly, I created a column to see if there were any ballots that were received through the mail, filled out before they were even mailed out and received by the government. There were 7,403 cases of that.
If anyone’s able to make sense of these numbers without saying it’s fraud, please let me know in the comments.
Watch Greg’s incredible Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Video Part 1.
Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Video Part 2 (video can be seen below images).
Greg explains: “This data comes straight from Pennsylvania.gov,” Greg explains.
On this page, we have the total amount of ballots that the Pennsylvania government sent out through the mail.
Here on the left, we have the year the voter was born, the county name that they reside in, their registered party, the congressional district, and the application type.
This page shows the amount of ballots that were mailed out by the Pennsylvania government but were never returned.
This page shows the amount of ballots that were mailed out by the government and received and filled out by the voter on the same day.
This page shows the amount of mail-in ballots that were approved, mailed out and received, and filled by the voter on the same day.
This page shows the amount that were returned and filled out by the voter before they were even mailed out!
And lastly, this page shows the amount of mail-in ballots that were returned by the voter, but never mailed out to the voter!
Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Video Part 3.
In this video, Greg gives viewers an up-close and easy to understand example of how in what can only be described as “impossible,” a ballot was mailed out by a voter two days before the PA government ever mailed the ballot out.
On the same day that Greg posted his videos to Twitter, he received a message from the Knox Tea Party informing him that the dataset from the November 2020 election has been removed from the PA government website. According to Greg, the data appears to have been moved, and the state of PA requires anyone who wants to see the data, to pay $20 for the privilege. We cannot confirm if the data on the PA.gov website has been amended since Greg first videotaped his findings or if the dataset he’s provided remains the same.
An article written by Petr Svab of the Epoch Times seems to back up many of the young data sleuth’s allegations, who goes by “Greg On The Right.”
From the Epoch Times– More than 20,000 absentee ballots in Pennsylvania have impossible return dates and another more than 80,000 have return dates that raise questions, according to a researcher’s analysis of the state’s voter database.
Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have a return date earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date.
The state’s voter records are being scrutinized as President Donald Trump is challenging the results of the presidential election in Pennsylvania and other states where his opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, holds a tight lead. The Trump campaign is alleging that invalid ballots have been counted for Democrats and valid ballots for Republicans were thrown away.