The Texas 2020 Preliminary Audit Results Are Jaw-Dropping
The Texas Secretary of State is conducting an audit of the 2020 results to see if things were on the up-and-up in that state’s last presidential election. The preliminary results of Phase 1 of the audit were released on New Year’s Eve. Lo and behold, there were problems – even in a deep red state like Texas.
You might think, why bother? Trump clearly won Texas in 2020 and we all knew he was going to win Texas. We should “bother,” because the results of this Texas audit are already revealing that the problem was systemic and holistic – and it took place in all 50 states.
81 million vote-getter Joe Biden outpaced Crooked Hillary’s 2016 popular vote total by about 16 million votes. They couldn’t just dump all those votes into one state like Pennsylvania. Everyone would have noticed. Instead, the dirty cheaters seeded extra votes into all 50 states. I’ve been saying it since Election Night in 2020: The results in every state looked “off” to me. Plus, there were too many mathematical impossibilities in the 2020 election that all seemed to run in one direction. This is why Texas, and every other state, should audit its results.
Before we look at the preliminary audit results, let’s take a look at the results of several previous elections in Texas and compare them to 2020.
In 2008, John McCain beat Barack Obama in Texas by about 950,000 votes, with a total of 8.3 million Texans voting.
In 2012, Mitt Romney beat Obama in Texas by about 1.2 million votes, with a total of 7.8 million votes cast.
Note the drift between those two elections: Romney’s margin of victory was bigger than McCain’s in the previous election, despite 500,000 fewer voters turning out.
In 2016, Donald Trump defeated Crooked Hillary in Texas by 807,000 votes, with a total of 8.4 million votes cast.
And now, 2020: Donald Trump defeated Joe Biden in Texas by 631,000 votes, with a total of 11.9 million votes cast.
Trump’s support in Texas grew by 1.2 million votes between 2016 and 2020. This is not surprising, due to the fact that Donald Trump is the single most popular president in American history. His America First agenda bettered the lives of countless millions of Americans, and he was clearly headed toward a landslide in 2020.
So… how did Donald Trump only manage to defeat Joe Biden by 600,000 votes in Texas? How did Joe Biden nearly double his support in Texas in 2020, compared to the 2012 election which – by the way – Joe Biden was also in as Obama’s VP?
Donald Trump’s support in Texas grew by 1.2 million votes between 2016 and 2020. But the Basement Campaigner somehow grew his support in Texas by 1.4 million? Seriously? This is what I mean when I say the results in all 50 states look “off.” Something is fishy.
And the Texas Secretary of State is now confirming this. The Phase 1 audit results that were released on New Year’s Eve reveal the following:
Texas had 700,000 ineligible voter registrations in the 2020 election. Most of those ineligible registrations were in four counties (Collin County, Dallas County, Harris County and Tarrant County.)
The Secretary of State found 11,737 illegal aliens on the Texas voter rolls (so far). Texas isn’t a state like California that makes it easy for illegal aliens to register and cast ballots in presidential elections. And yet nearly 12,000 slipped through the cracks and managed to vote in 2020.
They also found 449,362 duplicate voter registrations (people registered to vote in two different locations in Texas).
Since the 2020 election, the Texas Secretary of State has identified 224,585 dead voters who were registered in November of 2020. They’re in the process of removing them from the rolls right now.
Joe Biden gained 1.4 million more votes in 2020 than Hillary Clinton achieved in Texas in 2016.
Math: 700,000 ineligible registrations + 11,737 illegal aliens + 449,000 duplicate registrations + 224,000 dead voters = 1.38 million votes.
This is why we need audits of the 2020 election to take place in all 50 states. Hopefully after Texas completes its audit, some of the other Republican legislatures will finally get off their rear ends and do their constitutional duty, by forcing audits in their own states as well.