Prosecutors Across the US Find Almost No Evidence of Voter Fraud in Last Two Election Cycles
Bloomberg News contacted prosecutors in all 50 states to determine how many cases of voter fraud they had found since the November 2018 election and including the recent presidential election. Despite the hundreds of millions of votes in the last two federal election cycles, state prosecutors have found a total of about 200 instances of voter fraud, and at least one of those concerned changing votes in a high school homecoming contest.
In their report, Bloomberg correctly points out that voting fraud cases can be expensive and time consuming to prosecute, so the actual number is probably somewhat higher, but the point is that no state official, Republican or Democrat, believes voting fraud to be widespread anywhere in America.
Bloomberg: "Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose (R) and Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D), the co-leaders of the National Association of Secretaries of State’s elections committee, have each said the 2020 general election was the most accurate and secure contest ever held in their states because of the general absence of fraudulent activity."
Perhaps the most important point is this; there has never been a presidential election with more allegations of fraud than the one in November 2020, and despite all the efforts of Trump supporters to find fraud, almost none has been detected. As we have said before, these unsuccessful attempts to find voter fraud may actually have a silver lining.
Illuminate: "If you are looking for a silver lining in Donald Trump's baseless voter fraud witch hunt, it's that he is proving once and for all that voter fraud has always been a Republican conspiracy theory. Even with every Republican activist in America combing the results for fraud, they have found few examples of illegal activity. It was a remarkably free and fair election, more so than anyone could have imagined. In fact, Election officials of both parties seem a bit surprised by how few irregularities were found."
By: Don Lam & Curated Content