NEW Report Claims Nearly 15 MILLION Mail-In Votes Were UNACCOUNTED For During The 2020 Election

And they claim no evidence of election fraud exists?

A new report filed by the government watchdog group known as The Public Interest Legal Foundation claims that nearly 15 million mail-in ballots are unaccounted for.

This report comes amid other reports like the most recent RNC report which affirms that voter fraud did occur in the 2020 election, and the Arizona audit report will be made available as early as today, or most likely by next week.

Things seem to be heating up on the election integrity front, and Biden’s regime is crumbling before our eyes amid the disaster that is Afghanistan.

The current situation is dire for Democrats and they know they are in trouble:

 

 

The Epoch Times summarized the findings of the report:

PILF says it had warned that lost ballots would be an even bigger problem in 2020 compared to previous years. In total, elections in 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2020 saw more than 43.1 million unaccounted for mail-in ballots.

Federal data compilations show that during the 2020 election, there were 14.7 million ballots whose whereabouts were deemed “unknown” by election officials, according to the brief.

In the 2020 election, there were 14.7 million “unknown” ballots, along with 1.1 million undeliverable ballots, and 560,814 rejected ballots.

PILF put these figures in perspective by noting that President Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes, yet Maricopa County, the state’s largest county, reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses.

The scenario roughly repeated itself in Nevada, a state where Biden prevailed by 33,596 votes, even though Clark County “bounced” 93,279 ballots.

 

Washington Examiner noted:

PILF isn’t claiming some massive vote fraud, and it is not trying to relitigate the presidential election. Its point is that a combination of human error, systemic sloppiness, and perhaps even a bit of skullduggery together make it almost impossible to know if some close election counts actually were accurate.

“We shouldn’t be allowing the Post Office to determine who our elected leaders are,” said J. Christian Adams, president of PILF and also one of the eight members of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights .

Additionally, another 1.1 million ballots were returned to election officials as undeliverable, meaning the addresses on file were wrong, and another 560,814 were “rejected” as otherwise invalid. These are huge numbers.

 

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