We know that the 2020 Election came down to six counties in six swing states. What’s really interesting is that there were many of the same activities in these counties that were present in many of them if not all of them.
Dr. Peter Navarro, President Trump’s Director of the Office and Trade and Manufacturing Policy, provided some excellent charts in the latter days of President Trump’s first term related to the 2020 Election. In the six swing states in 2020, there were many of the same activities that occurred across multiple states.
He listed absentee ballot abuses in these states.
In addition, Navarro listed numerous other fraudulent activities that took place across multiple states.
Dr. Navarro then listed the various estimated and the actual number of ballots associated with the fraud activities embedded in the election and compared the estimated and known fraud to the margins given to Biden in the election:
Navarro’s list is excellent. Since these lists were created we identified some additional activities that appear across these swing states during the 2020 Election.
Lost, Stolen, and Suspiciously Transferred USBs
USBs were lost or stolen and suspiciously transferred between individuals during the election. In Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin before or during the election, USBs were reported stolen or suspiciously transferred during the election.
Suspicious SQL Software was found on machines in Michigan and Pennsylvania and is likely on machines in Arizona and Georgia.
Missing Chain of Custody Documentation
We know that legally required chain of custody information is missing in Georgia. We also know that chain of custody documentation was requested in the audit in Maricopa County Arizona and it has not been provided. It is likely that it is not available in all these states and numerous others across the country.
Coordinated Ballot Drops
The timing of ballots recorded after Election Day was synchronized between Pennsylvania and Georgia after the election.