The Republican Party of Nevada say they have received complaints from thousands of voters about the general election in the state. They say that votes were processed without “meaningful observation”.
The state GOP released a statement saying, “There have been a number of mail ballots turned in to Clark County Department of Elections that are being processed without meaningful observation. Ballots are continuing to be processed in this same manner.”
One election worker has come forward to blow the whistle on what he saw happening while counting votes. He said he was instructed by his supervisor to process ballots without a signature authentication and to ignore the ballots with address discrepancies.
John Roberts from Fox News reported:
In just the last hour in Nevada, an election worker whose job was to process mail-in ballots says he witnessed irregularities in counting those ballots and was told by a supervisor — who he names — to put through ballots he believed needed signature verification without that verification first being done.
He says he was also told to ignore discrepancies with addresses. That worker has sworn out an affidavit which has been sent to the Department of Justice here in Washington. A Trump campaign attorney says of that, quote, “The affidavit makes clear that we’re not dealing with oversights or sloppiness. This was intentional criminal conduct.”John Roberts, Fox News
Co-Chair for the Trump Campaign, Adam Laxalt said that he and the campaign are worried about transparency for this election and that they plan to challenge ballots that may be invalid because they weren’t able to observe and validate the ballots. He said, “The fact remains that hundreds of thousands of ballots have been counted in Clark County and as a Judge and the Secretary of State have confirmed we have not been allowed to observe or challenge a single signature match for these votes. With the issues that have been reported regarding the election, we are now more than ever concerned with the lack of the transparency in observing and challenging possible invalid ballots.”
The state GOP believes there to 3602 instances of voter fraud in Nevada and have submitted a criminal referral to Attorney General William Barr. The referral of these 3602 voters is based on the fact that these people don’t live in that state and therefore cannot vote in that state, deeming their votes invalid for Nevada.
Sources: David Harris Jr., Breitbart; Photo-Click on Detroit