Matt Braynard, leader of the Voter Integrity Project, said on Sunday, Nov. 29, that the FBI was reaching out to him to review findings related to possible illegal actions in the 2020 election.
Through his Twitter account, Braynard said that the FBI had approached his team asking them to provide evidence to support their recent findings on voter fraud.
– The @FBI has proactively and directly requested from me the VIP findings that indicates illegal ballots.
– By Tuesday, we will have delivered to the agency all of our data, including names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.
— Matt Braynard (@MattBraynard) November 29, 2020
In a follow-up tweet, Braynard said that although there are criticisms that cast doubt on the actions of those who have held senior positions within the FBI in recent years, he could still attest to the many patriots in the agency who “fight alongside the Constitution, and Law and Order.”
He also clarified that the material he shared with local, state, and federal law enforcement and litigants, legislators, and journalists were always a copy, affirming that there were not necessarily guarantees to proceed because of this with each case.
According to Braynard, his team’s findings have been or will be included in court documents in the states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona, Townhall reported.
The media cited above notes that the Voter Integrity Project uncovered several irregularities and significant discrepancies in states where Biden leads the presidential race by a narrow margin.
Matt Braynard’s findings
Regarding the findings, Braynard said they are extremely accessible and easy to understand and indicated that more details would be released in the next few days, which will include a technical document and an audit of his team’s work.
Just the News reported that Braynard, who worked for Donald Trump as a strategist and campaign data manager, has contributed to efforts to determine whether widespread election fraud took place and whether it affected election results.
Former Kansas Attorney General Phillip Kline, the director of the Thomas More Society’s Project Friendship, said Matt Braynard and his team were hired after Election Day “to develop data analysis to cultivate as evidence to support election integrity lawsuits in the battleground states.”
In a Kline posting last Sunday, he noted that an FBI agent from the city of Los Angeles had contacted Braynard to access the data collected.
Kline said in a Twitter posting, “We’ve learned that Mr. Braynard was contacted by FBI Special Agent Young Oh of the FBI Los Angeles Field Office seeking our data. Mr. Braynard is cooperating with this request, and we fully support him. This data has been used to identify hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent ballots in states where we filed litigation.”
“More about this data will be made available in Matt Braynard’s appearance before a meeting with legislators in Arizona tomorrow,” the post added.
Braynard’s announcement came after President Trump last Sunday questioned the FBI’s and the Justice Department’s apparent inaction on investigating allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election.