FBI requests election fraud data from Voter Integrity Project

The leader of the Voter Integrity Project, Matt Braynard, announced on Twitter Sunday: “The FBI has proactively and directly requested from me the VIP findings that indicates illegal ballots.”

“By Tuesday, we will have delivered to the agency all of our data, including names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.,” he added.

Braynard, who is also Executive Director of Look Ahead America, tweeted: “While there has been legit criticism of the actions of leaders of the agency over the last several years, I can personally attest to the many patriots within the rank-and-file who are fighting on the side of the Constitution and Law and Order.”

The data analyst and former Data Chief and Strategist for Trump for President started VIP after widespread distrust in absentee ballots arose following the 2020 election.

His team performed 35 experiments in five states using voter data in the presidential election. He found that in at least three states the number of questionable or potentially fraudulent ballots exceeded the vote margin between Trump and Biden.

VIP called absentee ballot voters in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and Wisconsin using voter registration public records and asked individuals to verify that they’d requested and returned a ballot.

Braynard told Senior investigative reporter and Crossroads host Joshua Philipp last week, “I can show you the names of the people on the record having voted in multiple states in the raw data the states make available, so this isn’t speculative, this is just what the data shows.

He found over 1,000 voters in Georgia who listed addresses that are post offices or other facilities the postal service leases or owns like FedEx or UPS stores. They also disguised their post office boxes as apartments.

“So rather than saying P.O. Box 123, the address is listed as Apartment 123. And that’s a major red flag, Braynard said. “And what’s also remarkable about these individuals, is that almost all of them voted early absentee — very few voted in person. So that really raises a red flag because they’re illegally registered. And it’s — and not just incidentally, but intentionally meant to deceive by listing suite number or unit number rather than technically what it is, which is a box number,” he said.

According to the Federal Voting Assistance Program a P.O. Box cannot be used as a mailing address when requesting an absentee ballot.

His team also called people in Pennsylvania that sent a ballot request to the state but never returned it, according to election data.

“The first question we asked is, did you actually request that ballot? And in many cases, they said no, which is a big red flag because somebody had to request that ballot. And by law, it had to be them or somebody that they designated legally to do so,” he continued.

“We’re hoping that by making this state discovery that will lead to judicial remedies that could bring greater scrutiny to the election such as signature evaluation or manual recounts, as well as law enforcement to look into exactly who requested those ballots. And then, if the people did mail them back in, or why they didn’t get counted, why they didn’t make it to the clerk’s office,” he noted.

Braynard said election officials should have cleaned up voter rolls to remove ineligible voters before the election and objectionable ballots should not have been counted.