Election Audit

Analyst: Voter Address Irregularities Cast Doubt On Legitimacy Of Georgia Election Results

On Twitter on Wednesday, Jack Posobiec, a senior editor at the conservative publication Human Events and a leading troller of libs, raised the issue of the ongoing election audits in places like Arizona and Pennsylvania.

“If the audits are meaningless,” Posobiec tweeted, “why is [President Joe] Biden giving national speeches attacking them?”

The audits cannot, or perhaps will not, overturn the election and boot Biden from the White House so Donald Trump can have a second term.

But if the issue is election integrity, as Republicans across the country argue, it is worth examining the outcome in hotly contested states.

One of them is Georgia, and Margot Cleveland, a columnist for The Federalist, a conservative website, argues that the number of illegally cast votes there nearly triples Biden’s margin of victory.

Biden won the Peach State, normally considered a GOP stronghold, by 12,670 votes.

In her column, Cleveland notes that a recount and an audit confirmed the outcome.

But neither of those events accounted for votes that may have been illegally cast.

Georgia law, according to Cleveland, says voters who move more than 30 days before an election must vote within the county in which they reside. If they vote anywhere else, such as the county they moved from, their vote is illegal, under state law.

Cleveland cited an analysis by Mark Davis, president of Data Productions Inc. and an authority on voter data analytics and residency issues.

Davis compared state information with address data from the National Change of Address database, reported by the U.S. Postal Service, and even after tossing out movers who voted within 30 days of the November election, he believes he discovered almost 35,000 voters who “indicated they had moved from one Georgia county to another, but then voted in the 2020 general election in the county from which they had moved,” Cleveland wrote.

He’s confirmed at least 10,000 of those would qualify as illegal because those voters have updated the voting rolls with their new addresses. Davis has done this by connecting the address information with a state eight-digit ID number given to, and unique to, each registered voter.

Davis told Cleveland he’s confident the number of wrongfully cast votes will eventually surpass Biden’s victory margin.

What’s unclear from Cleveland’s column is where those votes originated, meaning whether they would have come from areas friendly to Biden or to Trump.

But her point is that may not matter because, under normal circumstances, meaning the courts thoroughly examined the evidence, the number of questionable ballots, relative to the victory margin, should prompt a judge to order a new election.

As Cleveland wrote, “While this evidence does not change the fact that Joe Biden is our president, all Americans who genuinely care about free and fair elections and the disenfranchisement of voters should demand both transparency and solutions to prevent a repeat in future elections.”

“This evidence,” she added, “also vindicates former President Trump and his legal team for the related public (and private) comments and legal arguments made in challenging the Georgia election results.”

Which would be the last thing the national media would want to report or admit.

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