While the Democrats try to claim voter fraud is rare, the Trump campaign just released a second set of illegally cast ballots from dead voters (see below).
Tucker Carlson followed up the Trump campaign’s information by confirming that dead people did vote in this year’s election:
“What we’re about to tell you is accurate. It is not a theory. It happened. We can prove it.”
Tucker Carlson used some of the Trump campaign’s examples to show that dead people voted. The campaign released lists from Pennsylvania and Georgia:
Deceased Pennsylvanians’ identities were used to vote in the 2020 election. Here are several examples in Pennsylvania that should be investigated:
Voter records show someone used the identity of John H. Granahan of Allentown, Pennsylvania to vote in the recent election, even though Granahan died in May 2019. The Dusckas Martin Funeral Home and Crematory ran an obituary of Granahan’s death when he passed away.
Judy Presto of Southpark, Pennsylvania died in 2013, but someone registered her to vote in September 2020 and cast a ballot under her name in last week’s election. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an obituary after Presto’s passing announcing her death.
Elizabeth Bartman of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania is shown as having registered to vote in September 2020 and cast a ballot in last week’s election, even though she died in 2008. The Philadelphia Inquirer ran an obituary after Bartman’s passing.
Here are several examples in Georgia that should be investigated:
Voter records show someone used the identity of Mrs. Deborah Jean Christiansen of Roswell, Georgia to vote in the recent election, even though Mrs. Christiansen passed away in May 2019. Further, someone registered Christiansen to vote on October 5, the day of the deadline to register, more than a year after she passed away. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ran an obituary announcing Christiansen’s death at the time of her passing.
Someone used the identity of James Blalock of Covington, Georgia to cast a ballot in last week’s election, even though Blalock died in 2006. Blalock’s death notice ran in the Journal-Constitution shortly after he passed away that year.
Linda Kesler of Nicholson, Georgia died in 2003, but someone cast a ballot under her identity in last week’s election. Nicholson’s death notice ran in the Journal-Constitution when she passed away.
Edward Skwiot of Trenton, Georgia is shown as having cast a ballot last week, even though he died in 2015. The Chattanooga Times Free Press ran a death notice in April of that year.
Yes, dead people do vote in elections.