by Sharon Rondeau
(Jul. 13, 2021) — On Tuesday afternoon, “Save America” spokeswoman Liz Harrington tweeted a video which she said demonstrated that ballots from the November 3, 2020 election were “scanned multiple times.”
The ballots depicted in the video, which is captioned “From Heather Mullins – Real America’s Voice (RAV-TV)” apparently were cast in the state of Georgia, as the name “Doug Collins,” who was running for the U.S. Senate at the time, appears in the left-hand column.
Mullins is a journalist for Real America’s Voice-TV, her Twitter profile states. Earlier on Tuesday she tweeted, “@VoterGa presents evidence of duplicate scanned batches uncovered from ballot images obtained from lawsuit. Identical markings/writing prove ballots counted multiple times, compromising official certified election results! @RealAmVoice.”
“We caught them on camera rescanning ballots multiple times through the same machines,” Harrington’s tweet reads. “Now there’s proof on the other side, from the ballot images themselves.”
According to the video’s narrator, whose face is not shown, there are telltale signs that ballots were “duplicated.”
In a contemporaneous tweet, Harrington attached images of what were labeled “absentee” ballot counts from two different scanners and four differently-numbered batches reporting “100” or “200” votes for Biden and none for any other presidential candidates.
“Are you starting to realize why they hate audits so much?” Harrington wrote above the images, including a link to a press release published Tuesday morning at voterga.org, whose founder The Post &Email interviewed just prior to its publication.
“a batch containing 59 actual ballot images for Joe Biden, 42 for Donald Trump and 0 for Jo Jorgenson was reported as 100 for Biden and 0 for Trump,” Harrington quoted from the press release.
In her other tweets released at approximately the same time, Harrington again quoted from the voterga.org press release, then tweeted a statement from Trump responding to public remarks Biden made Tuesday in Philadelphia concerning what he said is a Republican campaign to suppress the vote.
“All told, more than 150 Americans of every age, of every race, of every background exercised their right to vote. They voted early, they voted absentee. They voted in person. They voted by mail. They voted by Dropbox. And then, they got their families and friends to go out and vote,” Biden said, from which Trump noted the claim that “150” people voted in last November’s election.
“Audits, recounts were conducted in Arizona and Wisconsin,” Biden continued.”In Georgia it was recounted three times. It’s clear, for those who challenge the results and question the integrity of the election, no other election has ever been held under such scrutiny and such high standards. The big lie is just that— a big lie.”
“Biden just said 150 people voted in the 2020 Presidential Election (Scam!),” Trump commented. “On the assumption that he meant 150 million people, and based on the fact that I got 75 million+++, that would mean that Biden got 75 million votes, which is 6 million votes less than what they said they got. So what is that all about? Are they already conceding 6 million votes?”
For his part, Trump has referred to “the Big Lie” as the reported results that he lost the election to Biden. The media has continued to say that Trump is lying, while he remains firm in his claim that he won and the evidence will be made manifest soon.
On Novcmber 7, the day the AP and other media declared Biden the projected winner of the presidential election, the San Francisco Chronicle titled an article, “Watch Biden’s record 75 million votes rise to the top of presidential history.”
“Trump appeared ahead in Georgia on election night, dominating with in-person Election Day results,” NPR reported on November 19. “But Biden closed the gap and then surpassed Trump as mail-in votes, especially in Atlanta and its suburbs, were counted in large numbers.”
According to USA Today on December 6, however, “Joe Biden received over 81 million votes, the most in history…In the presidential election, there were 81,282,903 votes cast for Biden and 74,223,030 votes cast for President Donald Trump, according to a current tally from USA TODAY.”
The same source reported December 30 that “More than 159 million registered voters cast ballots in the general election, out of 239 million eligible voters. So it is completely possible that Trump and Biden would post that many total votes.”
“Our fact check work is supported in part by a grant from Facebook,” USA Today revealed in a footnote.
On November 8, Kyodo News reported, “While Biden has won over 74 million popular votes, more than any other president in U.S. history, some election experts acknowledged that he did not perform as well as earlier polls indicated.”
On December 15, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) wrote:
Biden won 81,283,098 votes, or 51.3 percent of the votes cast. He is the first U.S. presidential candidate to have won more than 80 million votes. Trump won 74,222,958 votes, or 46.8 percent of the votes cast. That’s more votes than any other presidential candidate has ever won, with the exception of Biden. (Third-party candidates picked up 1.8 percent of the votes cast.)
More than 159 million Americans voted in 2020: 159,633,396 to be exact. That’s the largest total voter turnout in U.S. history and the first time more than 140 million people voted. Voter turnout in 2020 was the highest in 120 years when measured as a percentage of the voting-eligible population: 66.7 percent. You have to go back all the way to 1900 to find a higher percentage turnout (73.7 percent). The election of 1876 holds the record for highest turnout: 82.6 percent. That, of course, was also one of America’s most controversial and consequential elections—and not in a good way…
So did Biden win comfortably? Yes, if you go by the popular vote. In the past six presidential elections, only Barack Obama in 2008 won by a larger total vote margin than the 7,060,140-vote margin that Biden piled up. Likewise, Biden’s 4.5 percentage point lead is the largest win in the past six elections other than Obama’s seven-point win in 2008.
According to the Twitter account, “Audit War Room” on Tuesday evening, which reports on the forensic election audit in Maricopa County, AZ whose results have yet to be officially announced, “The number of votes certified by Maricopa County and the number of ballots counted at the audit DO NOT MATCH.”
A forensic audit has also been launched in Pennsylvania focusing currently on three counties, according to the state senator advocating it. A day after Sen. Doug Mastriano announced the effort, Biden announced his visit to Philadelphia to speak on “voting rights,” and specifically, his support of the “For the People Act” in Congress which would codify many of the election methods such as widespread mail-in voting utilized in 2020.