Breaking Hyuuuge: Major 2020 Vote Discrepancy Uncovered in Nevada
Well, here’s a nice surprise out of the state of Nevada that we were not expecting this week. The numbers from the 2020 election don’t match up. I’ll explain what that means below, but in the meantime, it’s gotten awfully quiet hasn’t it? It certainly looks like the Biden regime, Pelosi and Schumer are a bit panicked about the 2022 midterms. I would not put it past them to impose new lockdowns at some point and then extend the lockdowns through November 2022. That would give cover to pull off another mass mail-in ballot boondoggle. Anyway, let’s get to Nevada.
If you think back to November and December of last year, Nevada was one of the swing states that was being highlighted every day. Heavy-hitter attorneys like former Trump National Security Advisor Ric Grenell and Col. Kurt Schlichter of town hall traveled to Nevada to help uncover the massive amounts of fraud that took place there. That effort unfortunately failed, because the courts refused to look at the evidence. But of course that doesn’t mean that fraud did not take place in Nevada.
Today we have another piece of the puzzle. A group called the Voter Reference Foundation (VRF) has done a simple comparison of all the counties in Nevada. They compared the number of people who voted in each county with the number of votes tallied in each county, using the state of Nevada’s election information that they dug up from state websites.
In plain English: They found more votes than voters in 15 of Nevada’s 17 counties.
Now, before I get your hopes up, it wasn’t enough votes to overturn the election. Biden supposedly “won” Nevada by 33,596 votes, and the VRF group found roughly 9,000 votes that somehow materialized out of thin air. So, this discrepancy accounts for about 1/3 of Biden’s margin of fake victory.
It is significant, though, because that’s a heck of a lot of fake votes! And remember, the Voter Reference Foundation only looked at one tiny aspect of the election. This was not a full forensic audit like the one in Arizona and the upcoming one in Pennsylvania. The Nevada discovery is a “where there’s smoke, there’s fire” type of discovery. This should provide an impetus to keep digging.
VRF did not look at paper stock, compare voter rolls to cemetery records, or analyze any voting equipment. They just looked at publicly available numbers from the state of Nevada. This is important, because looking up this type of data and analyzing it county-by-county is a complicated and lengthy process. Most of us as private citizens don’t have the ability to do this, because election data in so many states is shrouded in secrecy – and that is by design! A certain political party doesn’t want “we the people” to be able to look behind the curtain.
Clark County, Nevada where Las Vegas is located and Washoe County where Reno is located were the two locations with the biggest vote discrepancies. Clark County had 5,896 extra magic votes, and Washoe County had 2,191. And what a coincidence! Those are the only two “blue” Democrat-controlled counties in the state of Nevada!
The remaining 13 counties all had fewer than 300-vote discrepancies. And here’s another weird anomaly: White Pine County and Storey County had the opposite problem. Instead of magic extra votes, they had legal ballots that disappeared, and which were not included in the official vote totals (608 ballots vanished in White Pine and 43 vanished in Storey). Where did those ballots go? What are the odds that those were Trump votes that ended up in a trash can?
The Voter Reference Foundation has set up a website at VoteRef.com so the public can now compare the numbers and see the Nevada data that they have uncovered.
VRF said in a news release that it has also analyzed the same people-who-voted vs. official-vote-total in many other states. They say that in every single state that they have looked at, “the totals do not match.” Hopefully the VRF will be posting that data very soon, because this is public information that is being deliberately hidden from the public.
So again, this new data does not prove definitively that Donald Trump won Nevada. But it does provide probable cause to suspect that something went very wrong in the last election. The only way we will get to the truth is if more states rise up and conduct full and thorough forensic audits!