Election Integrity Experts Talk About 2020 Election Irregularities at Virtual ‘Get Trump’ Lawfare Conference

The Arizona civic organization Davos in the Desert hosted a “Get Trump” virtual conference on lawfare Tuesday featuring various experts. Some speakers, such as Arizona attorney Mark Sonnenklar and Louisiana attorney Daniel R. Street, focused heavily on election fraud and other illegalities in the 2020 election.

Sonnenklar, who worked as a roving attorney during the 2022 election, began his presentation by going over a precinct analysis from Army intelligence veteran and analytics guru Seth Keshel. Keshel contrasted the numbers of votes for the Republican versus Democratic candidates for president in numerous small precincts from the 2012, 2016 and 2020 elections. Each of the precincts he examined showed similar differences in numbers between the Republican and Democrat candidates in 2012 and 2016.

However, the 2020 numbers showed a significant increase in Biden’s numbers compared to former President Donald Trump’s. Keshel analyzed precincts in Arizona and all over the country, including Georgia.

Sonnenklar pushed back on claims that there is no evidence of election fraud. He discussed a Democrat charged this year in New Jersey for a mail-in ballot fraud scheme. According to the criminal complaint, political operative Craig Callaway, who previously served on the Atlantic City Council, and his team approached people. They offered them $30 to $50 to pretend to be messengers for voters who wanted to vote by mail in the November 8, 2022, election. They transported the messengers to the Atlantic County Clerk’s Office to obtain applications to vote by mail. The messengers filled out the forms and had the ballots mailed to themselves instead.

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