Poll: Election-Shifting Percentage Of Voters Admit To Illegal Voting In 2020


by Justin Haskins

One in five mail-in voters admitted to violating election laws in 2020, which should have disqualified their ballots. Further details are even worse.

For the past three years, the corporate press and numerous officials in the Biden White House have asserted there is no evidence widespread voter fraud occurred during the 2020 presidential election. Some have even gone so far as to call it the “most secure” election in U.S. history.

However, a poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports — a survey I wrote with a team of experts at the Heartland Institute and discussed last week on Tucker Carlson’s show — not only calls into question that often-repeated claim, it shows the opposite could have been true. According to its findings, voter fraud, especially fraud related to mail-in ballots, may have been common in the 2020 election. This conclusion isn’t based on questionable allegations but on voters’ own responses to the poll questions.

The Heartland Institute/Rasmussen survey, which was conducted from Nov. 30 to Dec. 6, asked likely voters who cast ballots in 2020 questions about fraudulent activities, without telling them such actions were a form of voter fraud. The results were stunning. One in five people who voted by mail admitted to engaging in at least one kind of potential voter fraud, seriously calling into question the security of widespread mail-in balloting.

For example, one question asked, “During the 2020 election, did you cast a mail-in ballot in a state where you were no longer a permanent resident?” Such an action nearly always constitutes fraud. Incredibly, 17 percent of voters said “yes.”

Another question asked if “a friend or family member” filled out a respondent’s ballot, “in part or in full,” on behalf of the respondent, which is illegal in some states. Nineteen percent of mail-in voters who responded to the survey answered “yes.”

Even more remarkably, 21 percent of respondents admitted to filling out a ballot for someone they know, such as a spouse or child, and 17 percent confessed to signing a ballot or ballot envelope “on behalf of a friend or family member, with or without his or her permission” — both potential forms of illegal voting

Taken together, these results strongly indicate fraud and illegal voting heavily affected mail-in balloting in the 2020 election. Even if a fraction of the people admitting wrongdoing here are actually guilty, that would still equal the electoral margin for 2020.

It’s an incredibly important finding since that contest involved more mail-in ballots than any other election in U.S. history. Election officials report that of 159 million ballots cast in 2020, more than 68 million were submitted by mail, about 43 percent of the total. In addition, as the MIT Election Data and Science Lab noted, “the dramatic increase in the raw number of absentee ballots cast was accompanied by a significant decrease in the overall absentee rejection rate for the country: from 0.96 percent in 2016 to 0.79 percent in 2020.”

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But there was no evidence of fraud says the fraudsters. The overwhelming majority of mail-in votes went for Shithispants and the majority of his “votes” were cast via mail. Take out the fraud and he got creamed.

How many of those who responded saying they committed fraud are those denying there was ANY fraud, much less enough to affect the election? In most close races Trump “lost”, it would only take a few thousand fraudulent votes to alter the outcome. In Georgia alone, there were tens of thousands of very questionable votes; there were enough underage votes to swing the outcome.


In 2000 Adam Schiff was elected to Congress and has served as a US House member from the state of California ever since.
Schiff bought a home in Maryland in 2003 and claimed he would occupy this home for 12 consecutive months as his “primary residence.
Despite this claim, Schiff continued to vote in California.

When asked about his residence in Maryland a couple of months ago on the campaign trail running for US Senate in California, Schiff called it a “non-issue. 

He added that his primary residence was in California and neglected to mention that he had repeatedly claimed his Maryland home was his primary residence.

Schiff received better rates on his mortgage on the Maryland property by claiming it was his primary residence.

Gee… confirmation of election fraud by some of the very people who committed the fraud. I guess they don’t actually exist, huh?

Further confirmation of why Democrats cling so desperately to universal voting by mail with little or no signature verification. Cheating, cheating and more cheating.

Schiff is a consummate scumbag. He should have been tossed from Congress for his repeated lying about Russia, Russia, Russia.

Except that lying and lying and lying is exactly what Democrats worship.

Search under the tables and confiscate all those hidden illegal Votes