VT: We have seen evidence of vote rigging in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Florida, Wisconsin, Texas and Florida where millions of fake votes appeared in low population rural areas and millions more in urban areas were discarded by GOP officials.
Now we believe this is part of an effort by Senator Lindsey Graham on behalf of Trump to rig the election as was done in 2016. Limited recounts in Ohio and Wisconsin prove widespread voter fraud by the GOP and reports were classified, kept from the public.
Much of rural Ohio and Wisconsin, in 2016, voted at 110% of registered voters in an election where only 59% of American voted.
This pattern continued in any state where votes were controlled by the GOP.
Read about how it was done then and see real proof it was done in 2020 but couldn’t overcome a landslide vote, as with the two Obama elections.
The Georgia Secretary of State (a Republican), said Lindsey Graham urged him to discard lawfully cast votes. Remember when Graham said, “use my words against me”? It looks like that time has come. A grand jury investigation into Graham MUST be initiated. #InvestigateGraham
— Glenn Kirschner (@glennkirschner2) November 17, 2020
Daily Beast: Georgia’s secretary of state has said that the Republican senator Lindsey Graham asked him if it was possible to throw out legal ballots, following Donald Trump’s narrow defeat in the state.
Raffensperger says the message of Lindsey Graham's call was clear: "It was just an implication of, ‘Look hard and see how many ballots you could throw out.'" Graham chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, which oversees DOJ's election crimes unit. The call was inherently coercive.
— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) November 17, 2020
There is more than sufficient predication here to open a federal investigation. Georgians & all Americans deserve to know what happened, not just be left to speculate over a matter so serious. https://t.co/ZvssvTp8cc
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) November 17, 2020
In an explosive interview with the Washington Post, Brad Raffensperger said he was “stunned” by the question, in which Graham appeared to suggest that he find a way to reject legally cast absentee ballots.
Who else did Lindsey Graham pressure to toss votes?
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) November 17, 2020
“It sure looked like he was wanting to go down that road,” he said. Graham, who is chairman of the Senate judiciary committee, confirmed the conversation to reporters on Capitol Hill but said accusations he had pressured Raffensperger to throw out ballots was “ridiculous”.