In a recent study conducted by the Heartland Institute, an analysis of the potential influence of fraudulent mail-in ballots on the 2020 election revealed that the outcome would have likely been different without the substantial expansion of mail-in voting. The study, based on data obtained from a Heartland/Rasmussen survey conducted in December, indicated that approximately one in five mail-in voters admitted to engaging in potentially fraudulent actions during the presidential election. This revelation led researchers to conclude that mail-in ballot fraud had a significant impact on the overall results.
….that’s why they stopped counting…. Biden was going to lose anyway, despite their cheating. They had to insert EVEN MORE fraudulant ballots. (White vans, same ballots through machines, etc.) – Concord475
The study highlighted that, had the 2020 election followed traditional voting methods, with the majority of voters casting their ballots in person rather than by mail, President Donald Trump would have most likely secured re-election. The researchers found that over 43 percent of the 2020 votes were cast by mail, marking the highest percentage in U.S. history.
The comprehensive examination of raw data from the December survey, conducted jointly by the Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports, focused on assessing the extent of fraudulent voting in 2020. The survey, considered by some as the “biggest story of the year,” suggested that around 20 percent of mail-in voters participated in potentially fraudulent actions, such as voting in a state where they were no longer permanent residents.
— The Gateway Pundit (@gatewaypundit) February 8, 2024
Further analysis by Heartland analysts, involving additional statistical treatment and thorough examination of the survey data, revealed that approximately 28.2 percent of respondents who voted by mail had committed at least one potentially illegal behavior constituting voter fraud. The researchers emphasized that more than one in four mail-in ballots cast in 2020 were likely fraudulent and should not have been counted.
Addressing potential criticisms, Jack McPherrin, a research fellow at the Heartland Institute, clarified that the survey acknowledged narrow exceptions where certain behaviors might be legal, such as assisting a blind, illiterate, or disabled voter in filling out a mail-in ballot. However, these cases were considered statistically insignificant and within the margin of error.
Republicans be ready for 2024 voter fraud! I was told I already voted in 2020 when I went to the polling location & never received a mail in ballot. Lived at the same address for 25 yrs with a locked mailbox. Mail in ballot voter fraud was massive in 2020. pic.twitter.com/iy0BgmRRQv
— Star S.⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@DominguezH31015) February 9, 2024
The study also delved into the implications of fraudulent mail-in ballots, particularly in the six key swing states that President Trump officially lost. By calculating potential impacts under various scenarios, the researchers found that, in all but three out of 29 scenarios, President Trump would have won the 2020 election. The scenarios considered different levels of mail-in ballot fraud, ranging from 1 to 28.2 percent.
Critics, including Jim Womack, president of the North Carolina Election Integrity Team, argued that the survey questions were flawed and made the results statistically meaningless. Womack pointed out that the survey questions failed to differentiate between legal and illegal activities, impacting the ability to conclude specific percentages of mail-in ballot fraud.
— Steve Ferguson (@lsferguson) February 9, 2024
In response to criticism, McPherrin stood by the study’s findings, stating that even if certain questions were excluded due to concerns about clarity, the percentage of people admitting to potentially fraudulent voter activity would still be significant. The Heartland Institute called for state legislatures to take measures to secure the 2024 presidential election, emphasizing the need to limit mail-in voting and adopt commonsense policies to prevent mail-in voter fraud.
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Major Points Discussed:
- The Heartland Institute’s study suggests that fraudulent mail-in ballots significantly impacted the 2020 election outcome.
- Based on a December survey, approximately one in five mail-in voters admitted to potentially fraudulent actions during the presidential election.
- The study contends that, without the massive expansion of mail-in voting, President Donald Trump would likely have won the election.
- Analysis of the survey data indicates that over 28 percent of respondents who voted by mail engaged in behavior considered “under most circumstances, illegal” and constituting potential voter fraud.
- The study explores various scenarios, concluding that in all but three out of 29 scenarios, President Trump would have won the 2020 election, emphasizing the need for election security measures.
Comments – Threads – Links
- Because President Trump won. Everyone knows this . – michelle5
- The democrat party committed a coup against the People, and the world knows it. – Papa Dan
- New Report Reveals Trump Would Have Won 90% Mail-in Ballot Fraud Scenarios During 2020 Election – DAGWOOD
- I stand with Trump – Broken
- I thought that we had secure elections without any fraud. – One Vote