Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich questioned the premature announcement of the outcome of the U.S. presidential race, saying that given the number of reports of voting anomalies, it could be the biggest presidential theft” since 1824.

Through his Twitter account, Gingrich wrote: “The more data comes out on vote anomalies that clearly are not legitimate the more it looks like 2020 may be the biggest Presidential theft since Adams and Clay robbed Andrew Jackson in 1824.”

Gingrich’s statement also calls on state legislatures to implement a vote recount in states where President Trump’s campaign has sued for voter fraud.

In another Nov. 28 tweet, Gingrich urged state Republican legislators to read an analysis by Patrick Basham, founding director of the Democracy Institute and senior fellow at the Cato Institute.

In Basham’s report, he mentions 10 “peculiarities” that he found unconvincing explanations for including the undecided states that stopped ballot counts, the cancellation of poll watchers, abnormal vote count statistics, as well as “historically low absentee ballot rejection rates.”

Gingrich added in his post, “Basham makes it clear that the elections were almost certainly stolen in five states. Every American [sic] should be concerned about theft.”

Earlier this month, Gingrich announced the arrival of several emails from different parts of the country detailing the various incidents of voter fraud, and requested a review before the end of the election process.

But then, during an interview with Fox News,  Gingrich spoke about some of the reported anomalies of voter fraud in relation to 1,400 dead registered voters in Michigan, as well as similar frauds in Georgia. “We have begun checking it. The first 10 people we looked up were dead and did vote quite successfully. We have had all sorts of strange things happening from a Georgia perspective. Savannah finds 15,000 votes that they had somehow misplaced. I have great doubts.”

Last week, attorney Sidney Powell  released two explosive lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan that contain sworn statements from expert witnesses and whistleblowers.

Representing President Trump, Jenna Ellis, stated last week that the electoral process was far from over, indicating that the president was fighting for the integrity of the election.

“We now have three state legislatures that are very concerned about the corruption of this election and are willing to get to the bottom of it. This is far from over,” Ellis said during an interview with Fox Business anchor Charles Payne.

“And, really importantly, we now have three state legislatures in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona that have agreed to hold hearings, because it’s in everyone’s best interest and all Americans to make sure that the truth about the voter fraud and the proof that we have comes out,” Ellis said.

Ellis is among the lawyers who have received threats to her integrity in the face of the tireless work being done by President Trump’s legal team to establish a clean election process amid continuing allegations of fraud, which has also been covered up by mainstream media.