At Least 4,000 Dead People and People Who Moved out of Nevada “Voted” in 2020 Elections
Nearly 4,000 people who are dead or who moved out of the state of Nevada are listed as having voted by the Clark County Registrar of Voters and the Washoe County Registrar of Voters.
This bombshell revelation comes as Nevada increasingly becomes the final battleground state that could put former Vice President Joe Biden over the top in the number of electoral votes to win the White House.
Just a day before the election, a Las Vegas businessman curious about the potential voter fraud in his state requested a list of everyone who voted in Nevada. What he found was, sadly, not a surprise to him as he spent most of the summer sounding the alarm about the state’s new ballot harvesting scheme.
Upon receiving the publicly-available list of voters who had already voted in the 2020 election, George Harris – founder of Harris Media Group LLC, which publishes Liberty Watch Magazine – met with a software company to bounce that list against an Experian credit bureau list that identifies dead people.
They also ran the voter list against an Experian credit bureau list that tracks residents who have moved out of state.
Harris enlisted BCC software, which is one of the nation’s leading data integrity software companies that has strategic partnerships with the U.S. Postal Service and national companies ranging from electrical, gas, car manufactures to national credit agencies to ensure the integrity of their list management.
How it worked: BCC uses the Experian list to identify deceased persons, as Experian receives notices that a person is deceased from that person’s lenders. Once lenders are notified, they submit the death certificate to Experian along with their account updates. The individual accounts then will be identified as belonging to a deceased individual.
Experian then adds a “deceased indicator to the individual’s credit file, this prevents any fraudulent activity using his/her identity. If someone tries to apply for credit or other services using his/her information, a lender will see the deceased statement and know that the application is the result of identity theft. Bottom line: it behooves credit bureaus to know if folks have died; therefore, the credit bureaus often have the most up-to-date information about who is living in a county.
BCC also bounced the voter list against the United States Postal Service’s National Change of Address (NCOA) database and then took the extraordinary step to identify everyone who had moved out of Nevada but was marked as having voted in the election. That total number of people who are listed as having moved away from Nevada but that voted: 726 people as of a week ago.
By using the same method, the software company then identified everyone that passed away and yet also somehow voted in this election. The number of dead people who had already voted in Clark County as of a week ago: 282.
Astonished by the figures in the Las Vegas area, Harris then had the software company repeat the same process for Nevada’s second-largest county, Washoe County, home to Reno, Nevada. The tally of people who had moved out of state yet still voted in the Reno area was: 2,325. The number of deceased who voted there as of a week ago: 233.
Those figures were as of 10 days ago; the figures are likely much higher as millions of Americans went to the polls in the final rush to vote.
So, how could all of this happen?
Like a high-stakes game of craps on the Las Vegas strip, Nevada’s governor and the legislature have been gambling with the vote of all Nevadans in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
In the summer of 2020, Governor Sisolak and the Democrat National Committee created and enacted Assembly Bill 4 (AB4) under the auspices of creating provisions for conducting elections that might be adversely affected by certain emergencies or disasters.
For close to 30 years, it has been a felony in the state of Nevada to harvest ballots. The thinking was that ballot harvesting would open our elections to fraud.
Governor Sisolak’s goal was to strip the felony out of the ballot harvesting statute and he succeeded.
At the same time the governor pushed for ballot harvesting, he rejected a proposed emergency regulation that would have given the (Republican) Secretary of State’s office better oversight of “ballot harvesting.” Instead, the governor and the State Assembly Democrats froze Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske out of all the working meetings on the bill, a highly unusual move. Normally, the Secretary of State would participate in the working meetings on any bills that touch elections.
But wait, there’s more.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske put forth a change that would have required anyone who hands in a ballot on a voter’s behalf to register with the Secretary of State’s office and to disclose any “corporate, political or advocacy” groups they’re associated with. That proposal was rejected by the governor and the Democrat-led legislature.
With little oversight of Nevada’s new ballot harvesting rules, and the voter rolls already showing dead people and people who no longer live in Nevada as having voted, the Silver State may take the silver medal in suspected voter fraud — second only to Philadelphia.
Jennifer Kerns served as an Assistant Secretary of State for California, helping ensure the integrity of the vote of 40 million people. She also served as the spokeswoman for the California Republican Party, the largest state party in the nation, and Colorado Recalls in 2013 over the Second Amendment. She is now the host of “All-American Radio with Jennifer Kerns” on 790 KABC in Los Angeles.
See below for the files used to tabulate the results found in this article