President Donald Trump and his campaign have evidence exposing the voter fraud and irregularities that favor his Democratic rival Joe Biden in key states in the presidential election. In a Nov. 11 press release, the president’s campaign cited several concrete cases of dead people who “voted” in Georgia.

While Deborah Jean Christiansen of Roswell, a suburb of Atlanta, died in May 2019, someone registered her to vote on Oct. 5, 2020, the deadline to register to vote. And, in fact, her vote was counted.

President Trump’s campaign put into evidence the voter registration and obituary of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) that announced Christiansen’s death more than a year ago.

The same thing happened to James Blalock of Covington, who died in 2006, but “someone” used his identity to cast his vote in the 2020 election. The announcement of Blalock’s death also appeared in the AJC.

Records show that Linda Kesler of Nicholson voted in the last election but, according to the AJC’s obituary, she died in 2003.

Edward Skwiot of Trenton also cast his vote last week, even though he died in 2015. The Chattanooga Times Free Press published a notice of his death in April of that year. 

“These victims of voter fraud deserve justice, and legal voters should be able to have confidence that their votes are not rendered meaningless due to illegally cast votes,” President Trump’s campaign noted.

“The American people deserve a free, fair, and fully transparent election in which every legal ballot is counted and every illegal ballot is not counted,” the statement said.

President Trump’s campaign team also pointed out to the media that falsely reported days ago that Joe Biden was the “president-elect,” even though the Electoral College votes have not been issued yet and the electoral votes of at least half a dozen states are still being contested.

Americans cannot have confidence in election results unless elected officials, law enforcement authorities, and fair-minded journalists take the issue of voter fraud seriously and investigate potential instances thoroughly,” the campaign said.

“The Trump campaign will continue to bring these allegations to light, and the media and election authorities should vigorously examine them,” it added.

With a string of lawsuits and allegations of fraud and irregularities in Georgia, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said the state will conduct a manual recount of all votes cast during the Nov. 3 election.

“This will help build confidence. It will be an audit, a recount, and a recanvas all at once,” Raffensperger said at a press conference on Wednesday, saying state officials will work with county officials to complete the recount by the state’s Nov. 20 deadline.

But the irregularities in Georgia are not limited only to dead people who “voted.” A special case is Fulton County, home to the state capital and most populous city, Atlanta.

According to local Republican leaders, election authorities told Republican observers that they would close the counting center at 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 3. However, they continued to count votes for at least two and a half hours more.

Fulton County elections officials told the media and our observers that they were shutting down the tabulation center at State Farm Arena at 10:30 p.m. on election night,” explained David Shafer, director of the state Republican Party.

Shafer denounced that they continued “counting ballots in secret until 1:00 a.m.”

“No one disputes that Fulton County elected officials unlawfully resumed the counting of ballots after our observers left the center,” he said.

Such is the number of irregularities and suspicious situations that occurred in Georgia during the elections that senators representing the state asked for Raffensperger’s resignation earlier this week.