五月花写作组 ｜ 翻译：Tom Cat ｜ 校对：虹陵 ｜ 编辑：jamie(文胤) ｜ 美工、发稿：灭共小宇宙
The Arizona Battleground
Figure Two tabulates by category a total of 254,722 potentially illegal votes. This number constitutes roughly 24 times the alleged Biden victory margin of 10,457 votes. By far the largest category is 150,000 mail-in ballots cast by voters registered after the registration deadline. Another 22,903 absentee ballots were on record as having been returned on or before the postmark date, which is highly unlikely.
In reviewing the statistics in Figure Two, it is worth noting that Arizona had statistically improbable high voter turnouts in Maricopa and Pima counties; widespread ballot mishandling; and 1.6 million mail-in ballots (which disproportionately leaned towards Biden) which were subjected to much lower standards of certification and ID verification than in-person votes (which leaned toward Trump).
The Copper State also accomplished the remarkable feat of exceeding 100% turnout of its registered voters. This is indeed a remarkable feat because Arizona does not allow same-day voter registration. The “over-votes” alone totaled 11,676, an amount more than the purported Biden “victory” margin of 10,457.
From the figure, it should also be clear that Arizona boasts a litany of other election irregularities. For example, a total of 19,997 persons voted where they did not reside while 2,000 voters did not have an address at all. 5,790 voters moved out of state or registered to vote in another state, 5,726 out-of-state residents voted in Arizona, and 36,473 individuals voted without providing evidence of citizenship.
The Georgia Battleground
Figure Three tabulates by category a total of 601,130 potentially illegal votes in Georgia. This is more than 50 times the alleged Biden victory margin of 11,779 votes.
From the figure, we see that the largest category of potentially illegal votes is that of absentee ballots cast requested before or after the statutory deadline. In the state of Georgia, voters have 180 days prior to Election Day to request absentee ballots, according to state law. However, during the 2020 Presidential Election, Georgia officials counted over 305,700 ballots cast by individuals who had requested absentee ballots more than 180 days before the absentee ballot request deadline, in blatant violation of Georgia Election Code.
From the figure, we also see that 10,000 ballots of deceased individuals were counted. 15,700 votes were counted from “ghost” voters, that is, voters who requested and submitted ballots under the names of voters who no longer reside at a particular address. Similarly perplexing is that over 1,000 voters without an address cast ballots.
Voting machines –which Georgia election officials were in an inexplicable rush to install leading up to the 2020 election – likewise may account for a substantial number potentially illegal ballots. There were also over 40,000 cases of voters voting in counties in which they did not legally reside, as well as over 66,000 voters who had successfully cast ballots even though they were under the legal voting age of 18.
佐治亚州选举官员在2020年大选前莫名其妙地匆忙安装投票机 – 同样可能导致大量潜在的非法投票。还有4万多名选民在他们没有合法居住的县投票，同样的，有66,000多名选民在未满18岁的法定年龄时成功投票。