This is in response or addition to the recent letter to the editor entitled “Of course there was big voter fraud going on.”  Yes, there is too much coincidence with what occurred favoring a Presidential election win to former Vice President Joe Biden.  Any observer of election results would notice the various “red flag” fraud indicator patterns.  These patterns warrant additional investigation.  Some of the alleged instances of fraud are: Over a hundred thousand single votes for Mr. Biden delivered in the early morning hours (after suspension of counting), observers blocked from monitoring ballot counting, dead persons voting, non-resident voters, more ballots cast than number of registered voters, absentee ballots arriving after the close of elections, and computer software “glitches” favoring votes for Mr. Biden.  Is it a coincidence all these “irregularities” were overwhelmingly for Mr. Biden?

Many of the above allegations of fraud are being investigated by former federal prosecutors with impeccable reputations, some without compensation.  Contrary to what is being reported on most mainstream media outlets, there IS substantial evidence of wide scale voter fraud having been perpetrated to influence this election.

Mainstream and social media continue to not acknowledge this story, downplay it as meaningless, or state, “No evidence of widespread voter fraud has surfaced.”  Yet, there have been hundreds of sworn affidavits signed under penalty of perjury collected as well as evidence of software program manipulation.  A Republican state senator in another state and others have been censored off social media platforms, if they dare to speak out about alleged voting fraud.

I have never witnessed such a coordinated, all-encompassing media cover-up.  This includes the purposeful lack of comprehensive reporting of evidence and the spread of dis-information.  What has allegedly occurred by the Democrat party and its major media enablers is disgraceful. It is a threat to liberty and democracy.  It is reminiscent of third world regimes and “banana republic” countries.  Americans, regardless of their politics or party affiliation should be outraged by the media’s journalistic malpractice and if confirmed, the fraudulent influencing of a major election.

Jeffrey Sharp

St. Albans

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Gina Conforti

Thank you for your honest reporting. That takes courage these days! God bless.

Kirsten Quinn

Jeffrey - I just read another article that disputed all of your claims of widespread voter fraud. The difference between your article and theirs? They actually provided sources and date for their rebuttal rather than stating something as fact with no proof. To remain unbiased, I’ve SCOURED the internet for proof of widespread voter fraud, and I can’t find even one singular piece of data. There’s a reason 60+ lawsuits were dismissed - there’s absolutely NO proof, unlike your baseless claims here.

Gina Conforti

He can't give you the name's of every person that filed an affidavit (sworn testimony), which IS considered proof. Also the sworn testimonies were never ALLOWED to be presented. Meaning, the DemocRAT judges never ALLOWED THE PROOF TO BE SEEN. THEY DON'T WANT IT BEING EXPOSED IN THE LIGHT OF DAY. DON'T YOU GET IT ?? It truly was a coordinated effort. The author is 100% correct. See because without a judge agreeing to VIEW THE EVIDENCE...the Governors and Election officials have

Gina Conforti

Without a judge agreeing to view the evidence...the Republicans have no legal recourse to issue a supbeana to the Governors and election officials in order to SEE the fraudulent ballots. Without a judge saying he WANTS to SEE the proof, the lawyers have no legal way to get the Governors and election officials to release the ballots...its like a big circle! And the DemocRAT judges are NEVER going to say the WANT TO SEE the ballots OR to HEAR the testimonies. So NO...these are NOT BASELESS CLAIMS. NO ONE can explain 13 million MORE VOTES than REGISTERED VOTERS...can YOU ???

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