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The Michigan Battleground
Figure Four tabulates by category a total of 446,803 potentially illegal votes in Michigan. This is almost three times the alleged Biden victory margin of 154,818 votes.
The largest amount of ballots in question in Michigan stems from inexplicable vote tabulation surges along with alleged voting machine irregularities and ballots counted despite lacking voter-registration numbers.
There were also two major questionable “Biden vote spikes” in the early hours of November 4th. At 3:50 AM EST, Michigan added 54,497 additional ballots cast for Joe Biden and just 4,718 votes cast for President Trump.1 At 6:31 AM EST, an update showed an additional 141,258 votes cast for Biden, while President Trump received just 5,968 additional ballots.
Additionally, it is illegal in Michigan to count absentee ballots without having corresponding voter registration numbers for corresponding precincts, according to state law. Despite this, election officials allowed over 174,000 of these ballots to be counted anyway. 20
Michigan also processed ballots of over 35,000 voters without addresses on state records, at least over 480 confirmed dead voters, and over 13,200 voters registered to vote in other states—in blatant violation of state election law. Lastly, over 27,800 ballots were requested under the name of a registered voter without their knowledge and/or consent.
The Nevada Battleground
Figure Five tabulates by category a total of 220,008 potentially illegal votes in Nevada. This is roughly six times the alleged Biden victory margin of 33,596 votes.
Nevada’s largest irregularities stemmed from the use of the Agilis signature-matching machines installed in Clark County to verify signatures on ballots. Using machines instead of people for signature match verification is in blatant violation of state law and calls into question the 130,000 ballots verified by these Agilis machines.
The Agilis machines were also alleged to have not been operated “in conformance with the manufacturer’s recommendations” on Election Day. First, the images on file used by the Agilis machine to compare to the signatures on the outside of the mail-in ballots were of lower image quality than “suggested by the manufacturer” for the machine to operate properly, and the machine was altered or adjusted by election officials to a setting “lower than the manufacturer’s recommendations,” making the machine unreliable.
Nevada also registered 42,284 double voters, ascertained by reviewing the list of voters and comparing voters with the same name, address, and date of birth—a method shown in peer reviewed papers to have over 99% accuracy. That category alone exceeds the alleged Biden victory margin of 33,596 votes.
In addition, 19,218 out-of-state voters cast ballots in Nevada. This was ascertained by lining up voter lists from all counties against publicly available USPS records on permanent change of addresses with other states and correcting for military and student voters.
Finally, 1,506 votes were cast in the name of deceased persons—verified by comparing mail voters with social security death records. Over 8,000 ballots were cast by persons without addresses—found by referencing voters with the Coding Accuracy Support System and finding undeliverable addresses. 4,000 non-U.S. citizens also appear to have voted—found by comparing non-citizen DMV records to the list of voters.