(Chuck Muth) – According to the right, the 2020 presidential election was “stolen” due to voter fraud. According to the left, there is no voter fraud.
But there is. In fact, the Heritage Foundation has created a webpage detailing examples of proven voter fraud that have actually been caught and prosecuted. Click here.
Now, when confronted with proven examples of voter fraud, the left retreats and changes their talking points to add one word, “massive” – as in, there’s no proof of MASSIVE voter fraud.
But that’s mostly because few – especially in government – are actively looking for it. And because it’s often so hard to find, let alone prove.
So we’re now looking for it at the Pigpen Project. And I thought I’d given you a very small “sneak peek” at what we’re up against…
Our resident “number cruncher,” Dan Burdish – who is also a Board Member of Citizen Outreach Foundation which is running the project – started looking for “anomalies” in the Clark County voter file that raise “red flags” deserving closer investigation.
For example, Dan pulled up a list of suspicious voter registrations that were recorded from May through November of 2022 in which the voter’s last name is “Resident.” Definitely suspicious.
- Of the 21, only two include a first name, and one with just an initial.
- Four are Democrats, two Republicans and the rest are non-partisans.
- Seven were all registered on the same day, late in the election cycle, on October 11th.
Of course, all of these could be legitimate registrations and were simply recorded inaccurately due to clerical errors. It happens. But we have to KNOW, not just assume. So that’s the next step…verification.
And during the investigation, it’ll be important to determine whether of not any of these suspicious voters actually voted. Because if their registrations are invalid, but they didn’t actually vote, then no voting fraud was committed.
But if it turns out any are fraudulent and they did vote, that takes the investigation to a whole new level…and we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.
However, if any of these are simply bad registrations, then we need to work with the new Clark County Registrar of Voters (ROV) to learn what steps need to be taken to remove them from the “Active” voter file so a mail-in ballot isn’t automatically sent to them.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Our data research will also be looking for duplicate registrations, registrations at businesses and vacant lots, registrations of people who have deceased, registrations at apartment complexes without an apartment number, registrations of people who have moved out-of-state permanently, etc., etc., etc.
This is a massive undertaking. But the effort is critical if we want to better protect the security of our elections. And it’s important, not just for Nevada, but for the country. Here’s why…
The nation is pretty much divided equally along partisan lines. And who the next President of the United States is going to be could well be determined by who wins Nevada’s six electoral votes.
In addition, Democrats currently have just a one-seat majority in the U.S. Senate. Who wins Nevada’s U.S. Senate race in 2024 could determine which party controls the Senate.
Also, Republicans currently hold a razor-thin majority of five seats in the House – and Nevada will have three competitive House seats on the ballot next year.
So it’s not much of a stretch to suggest that “He who takes Nevada, takes the country.”
If you agree, please support the Pigpen Project by making a tax-deductible contribution of $20.24 or more today so we can continue building our coalition of conservative activists and election officials to clean up Nevada’s voter files BEFORE next year’s elections, not after.
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“We know, and I guarantee you’ll agree, the voter rolls are not clean. You can ask the person next to you if they’re aware of somebody [that] moved out of the house two years ago and they’re still getting their ballots and that ballot’s still available for anybody to grab and take the chance of filling it out.” – Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo