On Sunday, Nov. 8, detailing a host of situations a whistleblower witnessed during last week’s presidential election, he confirmed cases of voter fraud.
The name on the affidavit was not released to protect his integrity, he detailed several occasions when he witnessed firsthand irregularities that led to the investigation of countless illegal votes at the site where he performed his election duties during the election.
Sean Davis, co-founder of The Federalist, posted on his Twitter account the affidavit detailing the irregularities in the election process.
“In a new sworn affidavit, a whistleblower with the Clark County Elections Department in Nevada claims Nevada poll workers fabricated proof of residence data for illegal voters. So far, Nevada Attorney General @AaronDFordNV has taken no action to investigate credible fraud claims.” Davis wrote in his statement.
In a new sworn affidavit, a whistleblower with the Clark County Elections Department in Nevada claims Nevada poll workers fabricated proof of residence data for illegal voters. So far, Nevada Attorney General @AaronDFordNV has taken no action to investigate credible fraud claims. pic.twitter.com/GVdBiRHlGq
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 9, 2020
According to the affidavit, a team leader and two assistants told poll workers to advise those who wanted to register to vote but did not have proper identification to make an appointment with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), where voter registration is handled.
Eventually many people were allowed to vote with a “provisional ballot,” although DMV authorizations were issued for January 2021.
The complainant also detailed the constant presence of a bus, tent, or table with signs that read Biden/Harris in the parking lot, offering “food, drink, and political memorabilia to the voters.”
Throughout the week, dances with music, speakers, and various mass activities were organized by the bus. According to state legislation, these types of events cannot be held within 100 feet of a polling place, yet the complainant repeatedly reported that he had to come to remind them of the regulations.
The complainant also detailed an incident that he observed during a lunch break, “Personally witnessed two people handing multiple unopened mail-in ballot envelopes to two other people who then opened and filled out the ballots against the side of the Biden/Harris van.”
“The same two people who marked the ballots then put the marked ballots in official pink and white envelopes. These individuals were not poll workers,” the affidavit reads. Later, another group of people formed what the complainant described as a ‘human wall’ in an apparent attempt to block the eyes of the people handling the envelopes, “When the moving human wall of people noticed me walking, they continued to move to block my view as I walked,” the affidavit says.
The whistleblower decided to report the incident to the team leader, who called the Clark County Elections office. He was informed that the office told him that “nothing could be done about the ballots or the envelopes” and the poll worker was also told that vote collection is legal.
The complainant, in his affidavit, also commented on the case of a man who was “furious,” claiming that someone “had voted on his behalf.”
According to Fox News, President Trump’s campaign announced at a press conference with former National Intelligence Director Richard Grenell, former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, American Conservative Union President Matt Schlapp, and Nevada Republican Party President Michael McDonald in Las Vegas that it had filed a federal lawsuit.