A group called Patriots for Delaware has been conducting some audit work of that state’s 2020 election results. While it’s unclear whether they will ultimately find enough votes to sway the outcome – and thus change the rightful winner of that state’s three electoral votes – they’re finding a lot of evidence that the election was not on the up-and-up.
Delaware should have been a shoo-in for Joe Biden, its his home state after all, yet he only won by 95,665 votes. That’s not a razor-thin margin like we saw in Georgia or Arizona, but it’s not exactly a blowout for the traditionally blue state. Here’s what the group Patriots for Delaware found.
The group announced Thursday that it has audited approximately 50,000 votes so far. Out of the first 50,000 audited votes, about 20,000 of the ballots were fraudulent. 40% of the votes audited so far were fake. If that statistic holds through the remainder of the votes, it means that there is no question that Donald Trump actually won Joe Biden’s home state.
And there’s no question that these ballots were fraudulent. For example, one nursing home with 94 beds in it cast 296 mail-in ballots. 315% voter turnout! Don’t forget, COVID was ravaging the elderly in America at the time of the 2020 election, so there’s almost zero chance that that nursing home had 94 residents living in it at the time. The nursing homes would not have been at full capacity due to social distancing and COVID protections. That is blatant, brazen fraud in other words.
Several other nursing homes that Patriots for Delaware canvassed as part of their audit were discovered to have more than 100% voter turnout as well. And Patriots for Delaware says they’ve identified an unspecified number of dead voters who cast ballots in the state.
Delaware only has three counties in it. Patriots for Delaware says it has discovered “hundreds and hundreds” of overseas and mail-in ballots which listed the county elections office as their home mailing address. That’s not legal, obviously. Delaware state law requires that overseas voters list their last residential address for the registration, not some government building.
Patriots for Delaware says that 30,000 new voters registered to vote in the months just prior to the 2020 election. But in August of 2021, 11,000 of those voters were removed from the voter rolls. Maybe they moved out of state, but that is extremely questionable. If they were removed from the rolls because they are ineligible to vote, then those 11,000 people shouldn’t have been allowed to vote in the 2020 election in the first place.
One more finding: Delaware had 47,205 ballots sent to adjudication. That’s about 25% of all mail-in and absentee ballots in the entire state. The Federal Election Commission only allows 0.0008% of ballots in a federal election to be sent to adjudication, so… those numbers were a little off for Delaware in the 2020 election.
During adjudication, a three-person panel with one Democrat, one Republican and one election official is supposed to examine the damaged or torn ballot (which is what sends it to adjudication), in order to determine the voter’s intent. Patriots for Delaware raises a very good question: When did they find the time to adjudicate all of those ballots? Delaware announced their election results very quickly on Election Night. Mail-in ballots can’t be opened until the polls close on Election Night. So… how in the world did they adjudicate 47,205 ballots in less than the two hours that it took for Delaware to announce their finalized result?
Now, let’s look at some hard election numbers. Delaware had a total of 496,871 votes in the 2020 presidential contest. That’s compared to only 435,487 votes in the 2016 election. Hillary won Delaware by about 50,000 votes in 2016.
Gary Johnson pulled about 15,000 votes away from Donald Trump in 2016. Trump had 185,000 votes that year, with Hillary winning Delaware with 235,000 votes. Trump basically picked up all those Gary Johnson votes in 2020. His vote total was just a hair over 200,000, compared to Biden’s 296,000.
Here’s the rub: Voter turnout in Delaware increased by 13% in 2020 – and the entirety of that 13% increase voted for Joe Biden. Is that proof of election fraud, in and of itself? No.
But it’s a gaping anomaly and it is highly unlikely a state would increase its voter turnout by 13%, and all of them voted for one candidate. It definitely means that Delaware needs to have a full audit, as does every other state in the union. It’s looking increasingly like Donald Trump may have won the biggest landslide in American history.