If you’ve been following this farce of a presidential election for the last two months, chances are you have heard the name Bobby Piton.
Just one month ago, Mr. Pitton testified at the Arizona voter fraud hearing, where he claimed that up to 300,000 fake people voted in the AZ election.
That same day, Twitter promptly suspended his account.
Once again, a social media corporation worked hand-in-hand with the fake news media and the democrats in order to silence the truth and steal the election.
Now, Bobby has discovered even bigger voter irregularities from the battleground state of Pennsylvania.
After examining over 9 million records in the state, he discovered 521,879 unique last names who voted.
This means all of these people have absolutely ZERO family members who share the same last name.
In other words, over 500,000 phantom voters voted in PA.
The Gateway Pundit has the scoop:
Bobby Piton, the mathematician who testified at the Arizona voter fraud hearing dropped a bombshell this weekend.
Mr. Piton has done extraordinary work crunching data and his testimony pointed out blatant voter fraud through incontrovertible evidence, at one point claiming he’d stake his life on the factual nature of his testimony.
Piton revealed this weekend that he examined just over 9 million records in Pennsylvania and has identified 521,879 unique last names.
In other words, these people have no parents, siblings, aunts, uncles or cousins who share the same last name (phantom voters).
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245,033 or just under 47% of the total last names in Pennsylvania belong to ONE and ONLY ONE PERSON!
Pennsylvania has 695,430 Fewer People in the top 1000 Last Names.
Bobby shared the discovery on his Twitter account, which as of now, has not been suspended again.
The Blaze covered the original story of Twitter's suspension of Bobby Piton following his testimony in the AZ case:
Twitter on Monday suspended an account belonging to a Trump campaign witness who testified about voter irregularities at an election integrity hearing in Phoenix, Arizona.
Bobby Piton, an investment adviser and managing partner at Pre-Active Investments, LLC, was suspended by Twitter on the same day he testified that as many as 306,000 "fake people" voted in the Arizona election. He claimed that after analyzing government voter registration and census data, in his opinion the "biggest fraud in the history of our constitutional republic is taking place right before our eyes."
A spokesperson for Twitter told TheBlaze Piton's account "was permanently suspended for violating Twitter Rules on Platform Manipulation and Spam." The spokesperson did not say which specific rules Piton violated. TheBlaze has asked for clarification.
Piton appeared as an expert witness at a public hearing held by Arizona state GOP lawmakers. The hearing featured members of President Donald Trump's legal team, who presented their claims of voting irregularities and allegations of voter fraud in the Arizona election. Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and his legal adviser Jenna Ellis both attended the proceedings.
While the hearing took place, Arizona officials certified the results of the 2020 election. Former Vice President Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump, earning 49.4% of the vote to Trump's 49.1%. More than 3.2 million ballots were cast and voter turnout surged to nearly 80%.
"I would have never ever have certified, I would rather resign than have certified those results," Piton said during his testimony.
"If I was an executive at a publicly traded company, I would never sign that because I risk jail time and having all my money taken from me in lawsuits,"" he added. "I believe [the numbers] are fraudulent based on the data. … I'd be willing to put my life on it, I'm that sure about the analysis."
During the AZ voter fraud hearing, Bobby said this:
"I think this is the biggest fraud in the history of our Constitutional Republic."
Bobby has done an amazing job of getting to the bottom of this mess, but he has placed himself directly in the pathway of the corrupt democrats and the media.
He is asking for prayers now because, in his own words, "Things might get very dangerous."