Matt Braynard, former data and strategy director for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign, said in a November 25 video that he had found sufficient evidence to safely suggest three states’ election results could be “easily” turned against Biden to favor the current commander-in-chief, Epoch Times reported.
“I have no confidence that Joe Biden is the deserved winner of this election, based on our findings,” he confidently stated. “He may have won, he may not have won. Trump may have lost, Trump may have been reelected.”
“We just can’t know because of how bad this election system has operated.”
Braynard pioneered a team of experts a few days after the election, which aimed to find inconsistencies in six battleground states: Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada.
According to Braynard, they immediately identified 1.25 million voter issues, so they followed up on them via phone calls and through cross-checking data against other databases.
Epoch times said:
The team ran several major analyses including of voters who had moved out of state but still voted in the state they had left; voters who registered to vote using a post office box number rather than a residential address as required; voters who requested a mail-in ballot and sent it in, only for it not to be counted; voters who didn’t request a mail-in ballot and didn’t receive one, but discovered a vote had been cast in their name; as well as research on people who voted more than once and on those who are listed in the death index.
Furthermore, Braynard’s team found out that voters who submitted a National Change of Address form to the post office, saying they had moved out of the state, appeared to have voted in the state they came from.
In Georgia, they were able to determine that the number of people who voted (138, 221) was higher than the actual vote differential (12,670) in the presidential race.
The news outlet added:
In Michigan, there were 51,302 such people; Wisconsin had 26,673, Nevada had 27,271, Arizona had 19,997, and Pennsylvania had 13,671.
Braynard said the numbers are high enough that they could “easily” overturn current election projections.
“The number of questionable ballots surpasses the vote margin in at least three states right now—Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin,” Braynard told The Epoch Times on Nov. 25. Those three states have a combined total of 37 electoral votes.
“This isn’t speculative. This is just what the data shows.”
Braynard’s team also looked into the legitimacy and security of mail-in ballots, which turned out to be the biggest fraud in the 2020 election.
Epoch Times reported:
In Arizona, 44 percent of the people reached by phone said they hadn’t requested a mail-in ballot, despite the state receiving a completed ballot in their name.
In Michigan, that number was 24 percent; in Pennsylvania, 32 percent; and in Wisconsin and Georgia, 18 percent.
“Those are pretty startling numbers, because the question is, how? How did that ballot get requested? Who did that? Is it possible that people we talked to maybe lied to us or maybe did it and forgot about it? Was there a clerical error that could be this substantial?” Braynard asked.
“Once they stripped those ballots out of those absentee envelopes, it becomes very difficult to come up with a real remedy.”
WATCH more of his team’s shocking findings below: