Truman Black, who belongs to an Internet forum of President Trump supporters, researched voting data in the 50 U.S. states and came to some shocking conclusions.
According to Black, who appears to be a skilled system programmer, millions of votes for President Trump were discarded or assigned to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, The Gateway Pundit reported on Nov. 10.
While isolated cases of fraud committed in states such as Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and others have often been mentioned, an analysis that included all states had not been reported. That was the area Black focused on, which has yet to be audited.
In summary, Black’s study indicates that 512,095 Trump votes were allocated to Biden and 2,865,757 votes were discarded, possibly belonging to both candidates.
Edison Research, used by Black, is accessed by media such as ABC News, CBS News, CNN, and NBC News.
In many states, the vote-counting machines are run by Dominion Ballot Counting Systems, linked to electronic vote-counting fraud reported earlier by President Trump’s campaign and some media outlets.
In what has been called the biggest election corruption scandal in American history, new evidence and signs of fraud are continually emerging.
In one case, Trump’s lawyer, Sidney Powell, and her team found 450,000 ballots with only votes for Biden, which she called “abject fraud” in favor of the Democratic candidate.
Of these ballots, 98,000 were scattered in Pennsylvania, 80,000 to 90,000 in Georgia, 42,000 in Arizona, 69,000 to 115,000 in Michigan, and 62,000 in Wisconsin.
According to The Gateway Pundit, sixty percent of the Dominion company is owned by Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum.
In Michigan, where this system is used for vote counting, thousands of votes were passed from Trump to Biden.
Blum has a long history of relationships with companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which could have influenced Senator Feinstein’s votes on China, SFGATE suggests.
“Feinstein has also come under scrutiny for her husband Richard Blum’s extensive business dealings with China and her past votes on trade issues with the country.” “Many of her assets are in blind trusts,” SFGATE revealed in 2004.
Dominion also had business relationships with Smartmatic, a company specializing in voting systems worldwide, noted for its ties to left-wing financier George Soros.
Its chairman, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, is a member of the Open Society Foundation board of directors, founded and funded by Soros.
The Open Society Foundation provides funding to a vast network of non-governmental organizations dedicated to promoting radical leftism and destabilizing various countries’ governments.