President Trump posted on his Twitter account a detailed report by economist John Lott, questioning Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over President Trump, and showing that there were at least 289,000 “fraudulent votes” in six battleground states. 

On Wednesday, Dec. 30, President Trump shared the study,  “A Simple Test for the Extent of Vote Fraud with Absentee Ballots in the 2020 Presidential Election: Georgia and Pennsylvania Data.”

“New Lott study estimates 1,350 absentee ballots lost to Trump in Georgia. Another 289,000 ‘excess (fraudulent) votes’ across GA, AZ, MI, NV, PA and WI,” President Trump wrote.

Lott’s study aims to test the measures of voter fraud carried out in the 2020 presidential election, among other things by comparing precincts in Fulton County, Georgia, that have similar characteristics to precincts in neighboring counties where there were no allegations of fraud.

“In layman’s terms, in precincts with alleged fraud, Trump’s proportion of absentee votes was depressed—even when such precincts had similar in-person Trump vote shares to their surrounding counties,” Lott wrote in the study. 

The economist argues that it is “suspicious” that the shift happens only in absentee ballots, and only when a county line is crossed.

Lott said that it is “suspicious” that differences are noticed only on absentee ballots and only when crossing into counties where fraud is suspected.

Fulton County was ground zero for allegations of voter fraud during the recent election.

On election night, President Trump had nearly 40,000 votes over his Democratic rival Joe Biden in the state of Georgia. As reported in a timely manner by The Gateway Pundit, mysteriously in Fulton County, authorities announced that they would stop the vote count until the next day due to a burst water pipe at the State Farm Arena.

After the suspension, the election workers continued to count the votes in the absence of the Republican observers who had been removed from the stadium, as captured by surveillance cameras.

According to Lott’s study, “the best estimate shows an unusual drop of 7.81 percent in the total percentage of Trump’s absentee ballots for Fulton County alone, which equates to 11,350 votes, or more than 80 percent of Biden’s vote lead in Georgia.

Using the same methodology in Allegheny County in Pennsylvania, Lott stated that “the estimated number of fraudulent votes there is approximately 55,270 votes.”

In summary Lott reported, “Estimates indicate that there were between 70,000 and 79,000 fraudulent votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania, adding Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, and Wisconsin, the total rises to 289,000 fraudulent votes.

Peter Navarro, an adviser to President Donald Trump, also posted Lott’s study on his Twitter account, and said the allegations are serious enough to warrant an urgent investigation and to overturn the results.