Rep. Steve Toth filed a bill (HB 241) for a forensic audit in the 13 most populace counties in the state. Those counties include:
Analyst Seth Keshel claims that those counties contain over half a million imaginary Biden votes. That is a significant number and if true means that Trump won Texas in a massive landslide as opposed to merely being won by a regular landslide.
On Wednesday Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton gave his full approval of the idea. If it turns out that votes were being stolen or added to the counts, it would give credence to the idea that there was a nationwide conspiracy by Democrats. It could also cause more states, including those won by Trump to be audited to see if this was a national plot against Trump.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) on Wednesday said he’d support an audit of his state’s 2020 election results days after a state representative introduced a bill to audit the state’s largest counties. It just so happens almost all of those counties voted for Joe Biden.
“I don’t know why we wouldn’t want to give people confidence in our elections and give them the chance to know for sure that they’ve had an audit, and things are good or they’re bad,” Paxton told talk radio host Chad Hasty in an interview. “And it gives us an opportunity to figure out how we want to correct that.”
Captain Seth Keshel’s observations:
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President Trump defeated Joe Biden 52% to 46.5% in Texas in 2020.
Trump – 5,890,347 (52.1%)
Biden – 5,259,126 (46.5%)
Dr. Keshel estimated there were 675,000 excess votes for Biden, conservatively estimated, in the 2020 election. Biden was up 1.38 million votes from Hillary Clinton, with Trump also up at a record number 1.21 million votes from 2016.
To me, the largest piece of evidence of possible voter fraud is that Trump gained support from Blacks, Hispanics, and many other groups and that Biden who can’t draw flies got 81 million votes. In Arizona, Trump supporters lined up outside where Trump will be speaking in the middle of a large thunderstorm.