One blatant vote fraud scheme was just exposed in a state Joe Biden thought he won
Donald Trump’s legal team continues to raise questions about irregularities surrounding the 2020 election.
Democrats and the Fake News Media continue to falsely claim these allegations are baseless.
And now one blatant vote fraud scheme was just exposed in a state Joe Biden thought he won.
One of the state’s Trump’s legal team is contesting the election is in Nevada.
Trump’s lawyers are pointing to Nevada mailing out millions of unsolicited mail-in ballots as evidence of widespread fraud.
And there are significant issues with mail-in ballots.
But another example of fraud in the form of cash for ballots took place in Nevada on tribal ranges where nonprofit groups allegedly handed out gift cards and other rewards in exchange for votes.
John Daniel Davidson of The Federalist wrote:
In another Facebook post, a spokeswoman for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Bethany Sam, appears on video inside a polling place offering T-shirts, stickers, jewelry, and thousands of dollars in gift cards to voters. Some of these items appear to be part of a raffle, which Sam says voters can enter in person or by emailing or texting a picture of their absentee ballot, while other items are offered to anyone who shows up in person and votes.
Sam appears in another video wearing a Biden-Harris campaign mask with the Biden campaign bus behind her, talking about how important Native votes are to “swing” Washoe County (Biden won the county, which includes Reno, by less than 12,000 votes). In another video, she tells viewers about “Biden swag” available at a GOTV event, along with free Biden cookies. All these videos appear on the official Facebook page of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony. (I called Sam to ask about this, and about the illegal raffles, but she never called me back.)
One reason the media has no credibility and that polls show 70 percent of Republicans believe the 2020 election was rigged is due to the fact that so-called “journalists” consistently claim there is no evidence of voter fraud when the proof plainly exists.
The Trump campaign is now trying to prove that enough fraud took place to overturn the results.