(PatriotWise.com)- Establishment GOP figure Karl Rove made it very clear this week that he isn’t on the side of President Donald Trump and his 73 million voters, suggesting that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has already won the election and that’s the end of it.
In an opinion piece published by The Wall Street Journal, Rove said that while he thinks the president is “100% within his rights” to take the election results to court, he doesn’t think the president will overturn the election results.
Is Rove a turncoat…or just a pessimist?
“The president’s efforts are unlikely to move a single state from Mr. Biden’s column, and certainly they’re not enough to change the final outcome,” Rove claimed.
Has he even looked at these hundreds of pages of affidavits?
“To win, Mr. Trump must prove systemic fraud, with illegal votes in the tens of thousands. There is no evidence of that so far,” he said.
Rove at least didn’t outright dismiss the president, and said that he should take the “hard but necessary step toward restoring some unity and political equilibrium,” and said the president was within his rights to go to court. He did say, however, that once his days in court are over he should “do his part to unite the country by leading a peaceful transition and letting grievances go.”
That’s going to be hard when Joe Biden was an architect of the Russia hoax leveled at the president for his entire first term, which also destroyed the life of General Michael Flynn.
Rove’s comments don’t exactly hold water, however. Researchers have already begun to uncover major irregularities in states like Georgia and Pennsylvania, with possible instances of double voting, out-of-state people voting, and even people voting on behalf of dead voters.
Matt Braynard, a data analyst and statistician who worked on the Trump 2016 campaign, has embarked on a fundraising effort and project that is happening right now. He and a team of volunteers have discovered tens of thousands of voters in Georgia who filed out-of-state NCOA move notices which could mean thousands of people voted in the battleground state who should not have.
– We’ve discovered the following number of early/absentee voters who filed out-of-state NCOA move notices, suggesting they may have cast illegal ballots due to no longer meeting residency requirements.
— Matt Braynard (@MattBraynard) November 12, 2020
He also found thousands of examples in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona,
If this plays out the way his team seems to think it will, it may prove widespread voter fraud and may even have an impact on the result of the election.