Was there election fraud in Virginia? The legacy media is making the case that the sore losers from 2020 aren’t saying anything about the Virginia Governor’s race because they won, and they only complain about election fraud when they lose. Obviously, the sting of fraud hurts less when your candidate wins, but that doesn’t mean that Virginia had a perfect election. I served as a poll observer with Christine Brim and a few others in Virginia’s largest jurisdiction — Fairfax County, outside of Washington D.C. Virginia was much better than what I witnessed in Detroit and Atlanta over the last year, but that isn’t to say it didn’t have problems. We saw a host of problems: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
- Miscounts. As a result of the error messages on the USB drives, some satellite offices had to be recounted. The paper ballots were pulled. The ballots pulled from one of the early precincts was especially interesting. The Mount Vernon precinct had about 11,336 voters vote early. These paper ballots were divided up into eight separate cardboard boxes, sealed, and had a report on the outside of the box. The report had the date range these ballots had been accepted, the precinct, a box number, the total number of ballots inside of the box, and I believe many of them had the signature of the person who had filled the box. Mount Vernon Box #362 was marked as having 478 ballots. However, when the box was opened up and re-counted, it had 1,532 ballots.