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Patrick Byrne: Enough Evidence To Decertify At Least 3 States


The 2020 election was the most unusual election in U.S. history…

Whether it be Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, or Pennsylvania, the evidence is overwhelming, and the fact that we consistently hear the claim that ‘no evidence’ exists for election fraud only adds fuel to the fire.

Will we ever see decertification? I don’t know, but that is not stopping pressure from mounting nationwide to investigate and correct the fraud which likely occurred in 2020.

According to Patrick Byrne, we now have enough evidence to decertify at least 3 states.

Here’s what Patrick had to say:

Patrick Byrne previously wrote:

On New Year’s Day I was in the laboratory of the federally certified forensic document examiner, and one of his colleagues who had driven through the night to be there. They were quiet, professional, and I left them to their work.

After an hour they reported: two of the ballots were printed in one print shop, the other was printed in a different print shop using different paper, different ink, and a different printing method.

It being unlikely that the county had ordered its ballots from two different print shops, this was indicative that at least one of the ballots was a counterfeit.


PJ Media reports that Byrne and others have announced The America Project, an initiative meant to combat election fraud:

According to TAP Founder Patrick Byrne, Operation Eagles Wings will educate election reform activists on everything from grassroots training to election canvassing and fundraising.

Operations Eagles Wings also plans on preparing and circulating commentary on current election policies, where the strengths and weaknesses are in regards to the current laws on the books, in order to ensure the American people have access to fact-based truths about the election process across the United States.

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