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5 Dead People Vote in Election Decided by 1 Vote, Others Voted Twice – Benny Johnson Video

  • 00:00:00 In this section, Benny Johnson discusses the results of a Louisiana Sheriff’s election. Sheriff Paris won by one vote, despite Republicans holding all supermajorities in the state legislature after an audit of the election revealed irregularities. The speaker explains that the election official explained that at least two voters voted twice and at least five people who were deceased on Election Day were counted in the vote. The speaker goes on to reference a recent recount in Massachusetts, where voters from a Lawrence man were found to have voted twice on Election Day.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker is discussing recent reports from Louisiana and Massachusetts, where individuals have been accused of voting twice in the 2020 elections. The speaker also discusses a software glitch in Northampton, where voting machines switched people’s votes in the 2019 election. The speaker emphasizes the importance of mail-in ballots being secure and trustworthy, and calls for further investigation into the voting machines used in elections. The speaker also highlights the importance of ensuring that voting machines and election systems are secure and trustworthy in order to prevent voter fraud and ensure a fair and honest election.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the speaker argues that election fraud is not limited to certain political parties, but that it is a widespread issue that affects many elections across the country. The speaker mentions specific cases of election fraud in Arizona, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Georgia, and argues that the use of electronic voting machines may be unconstitutional and violate people’s constitutional rights to have their votes counted securely. The speaker also discusses the importance of using paper ballots instead of mail-in ballots, as mail-in ballots make it easier for fraudulent activities to occur. Finally, the speaker advocates for greater election transparency, transparency, and accountability to ensure that elections are conducted in a secure and trustworthy manner.

P.S. Winner of Caddo sheriff race unchanged after recount – The votes were recounted Monday, Nov. 27 2023 at the Caddo Parish Courthouse in downtown Shreveport. Each candidate received an additional three votes, meaning the outcome is unchanged. Henry Whitehorn remains the winner. Source: https://www.ksla.com/2023/11/27/recount-caddo-sheriffs-race-underway/

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