A conservative watchdog uncovered more compelling information about the 2020 election that may have cost President Trump electors in at least one state.
The news comes out of Nevada, where over 92,000 mail-in ballots were sent to wrong or outdated addresses, with most of the problems seen in Clark County, which covers most of Las Vegas.
Due to fears of COVID-19, the county sent mail-in ballots in mass to “active” voters on the voter rolls for the 2020 election.
And as expected, Clark County had insurmountable issues with their election process. Dead people voting. People voting multiple times.
Nevada was one of the primary states the Trump Team heavily criticized for costing him the election. But will Democrats or the mainstream press bat an eye to this news? Don’t count on it.
The Washington Examiner had the scoop:
An analysis compiled by a conservative watchdog group shows that over 90,000 ballots were mailed to the wrong addresses in Clark County, Nevada, in the 2020 presidential election.
“Clark County 2020 General Election data show that 92,367 mail ballots were returned undeliverable to wrong or outdated addresses,” the Public Interest Legal Foundation wrote in a research brief released Wednesday. “For a sense of scale, Former Vice President Joe Biden carried the whole of Nevada with a final lead of 33,596 votes.”
Nevada was one of six states where former President Donald Trump and his allies alleged widespread voter fraud they believe cost him the presidential election.
Clark County, home to most of Las Vegas, automatically sent mail-in ballots to every “active” voter registered on file during the 2020 presidential election due to coronavirus fears at polling places.
Trump’s legal team alleged a variety of significant voting issues in the state, including over 1,500 ballots from dead voters and tens of thousands of people potentially voting multiple times.
“In my years of experience in politics, I have never seen the amount of illegal voting like we have documented in Clark County, Nevada,” Trump surrogate Matt Schlapp said. “It is a level of corruption I didn’t think could happen in a modern, free country.”
The Supreme Court of Nevada upheld a district court’s order dismissing claims of election fraud.
The foundation also warned that pending legislation in Congress, the voting rights bill known as H.R. 1, would make mail-in ballots even more of a concern.
“Mass-mail balloting is a step backward for American elections,” PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said. “There are millions of voter registration records with unreliable ‘active’ address information that will ultimately send ballots to the wrong place in a mail election. H.R. 1 does more harm than good for the American people and will leave them at a constant disadvantage to correct election system errors which ultimately impact their abilities to vote in a timely manner.”
But you can expect the fake news to keep saying that election fraud doesn’t exist.