The compelling statistical evidence gathered by data analyst Matt Braynard has apparently gained the attention of the FBI.
Braynard, former data and strategy director for Trump’s 2016 campaign and head of the Voter Integrity Project, amassed “data that has been used to identify hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent ballots in the states where we filed litigation,” according to former Kansas attorney general Phillip Kline, now of the Amistad Project.
Attorney Sidney Powell is already using Braynard’s findings in two lawsuits, one in Georgia and one in Michigan, to help her make the case that their election results are invalid.
In case you didn’t see our first report, here are some of the serious problems Braynard turned up. He says they could “easily” switch at least three states from Biden to Trump.
The FBI never confirms or denies an ongoing investigation. It was Braynard who tweeted about it on Sunday, saying, “The FBI has proactively and directly requested from me the VIP findings that indicates illegal ballots. By Tuesday, we will have delivered to the agency all of our data, including names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.” Presumably they didn’t tell him to keep it quiet.
Specifically, he’s put together the names of all the people who voted in this election who also filed change-of-address cards in Georgia that moved them to another state. (People who are thinking of “moving” to Georgia to vote in January might want to take heed. It wouldn’t be hard for authorities to find out and prove that they broke federal law.) He can then show that these individuals registered to vote in that other state but still voted early or absentee in Georgia. He’s got names of people who are on record as having voted in multiple states. Oops.
The states make this information available in the form of raw data; Braynard just put it all together. It seems as though he might have just made the FBI’s job a whole lot easier. Thank goodness for that, or for anything that kick-starts the FBI.
Anyway, there might actually be something to the report that a Department of Justice plane went to Toronto, which is headquarters for Dominion Voting Systems, for a three-day trip and after that, made a quick jaunt down to Atlanta, staying on the tarmac for just over an hour before flying back to Washington, DC. Perhaps they were in Atlanta just long enough to pick up evidence such as hard drives and other records.