(FreedomJournal.org)- A former FBI special agent claims that he discovered more than 57,000 ballots that were cast in a different county than where the voters resided.
In a Facebook post, Derek Somerville explained how he spent hours searching more than 580,000 voter records in Georgia, also discovering that over 17,000 ballots were cast with out-of-state mail requests.
If his analysis pans out, it could potentially drastically impact the results of the Georgia election. As it standards, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has technically won the state.
“Don’t think there are voter issues in Georgia? I have 57,793 reasons to reconsider that,” Somerville wrote.
“I’ve personally spent the last several days painstakingly analyzing 580,226 registered Georgia voters from current state-provided voter rolls who submitted a US Postal Service Mail Forwarding Change of Address request at least 30 days PRIOR TO the November 3rd election.”
In the post, Somerville described how “at least 57,793 Georgia voters cast their vote in a county that is different than where they previously instructed the USPS to forward their mail.” That means tens of thousands of voters may have illegally cast ballots. 75% of those voters, Somerville added, didn’t vote in person on election day.
Somerville explained that he is a former FBI Special Agent and previously worked in the US intelligence community. He also added that he is a trained federal investigator who was assigned to cases of public corruption.
“With few exceptions, a person submits a USPS Change of Address request because they have permanently moved and want their mail rerouted to their new address,” he continued. “Under the 1993 National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), states may use that USPS Change of Address request to ‘identify registrants who may have changed residences’ and ‘remove the registrant from the voter rolls after satisfying all requirements of the [NVRA].”
While Somerville said that many of the incidents he described can be legitimately exp0lained, it was abundantly clear to him after his investigation that thousands, if not tens of thousands of people voted in Georgia despite living in another state.
He encouraged those reading his post to encourage public official to investigate the 57,793 votes and, if their investigations find that it is warranted, remove these votes from the results of the November 3 general election.
Somerville also indicated that these people should be removed from the voter rolls before the January 5 Senate runoff election, which will determine which party controls the Senate for at least the next two years.
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