An initial analysis by the firm identified 3,062 voters who moved from Nevada before Election Day but still cast votes there, which is against the law. And this is just in Clark County, where Las Vegas is located, suggesting that other former Nevadans may have voted in other parts of the state.
A letter sent by the firm to the Nevada District Attorney explains that these 3,062 fraudulent votes were verified by cross-referencing the list of general election voters with publicly available change of address records.
Further, the letter argues that since the National Change of Address database only captures around one-third of total relocations, the true number of fraudulent votes in Nevada simply due to relocations could be more like 9,000.
"For instance, demographic experts agree that the National Change of Address database only captures about one-third of relocations," the letter reads. "Consequently, this number will likely grow by 6,000 voters, at minimum."
Though The Gateway Pundit is incorrectly reporting this as amounting to "as many as 6,000 illegal votes," 3,062 plus 6,000 actually equals more than 9,000 illegal votes, just to be clear.
The Nevada GOP has since sent a criminal referral to U.S Attorney General William Barr asking him to take action by remedying the situation.
"Our lawyers just sent a criminal referral to AG Barr regarding at least 3,062 instances of voter fraud," the Nevada GOP tweeted. "We expect that number to grow substantially."
"Thousands of individuals have been identified who appear to have violated the law by casting ballots after they moved from NV."
Though 9,000 votes may not seem like all that much, removing them from the official count could make all the difference in the end, especially since the total number of registered voters in Nevada is relatively small compared to most other states.
When paired with other potentially illegal votes that may later be identified, these 9,000 votes could further make it or break it in terms of whether or not President Trump wins the state.
On the ground fighting for justice in Nevada is American diplomat and cancer survivor Richard Grenell, who also tweeted that Nevada "has allowed non-residents to vote."
"This is frightening," he further wrote. "Legal voters everywhere should be outraged."
Attorney Harmeet Dhillon is likewise helping to further the cause of getting this situation sorted out, as he is calling on state officials to make sure they only count votes that were legally cast by actual Nevada residents. This is critically important because there is already substantial evidence to suggest that voter fraud was widespread all across the country.
Referring the findings to AG Barr is not all that reassuring, seeing as how the guy has done next to nothing to deal with any of the other corruption put before him, at least as far as we can tell.
Many others seem to agree, including one Gateway Pundit commenter who responded to the news sarcastically.
"Barr and Durham will get right on this as soon as they finish up with the Crooked Hillary investigation," this commenter further wrote.
Another interjected that votes cast by people who do not have American citizenship also need to be thrown out, otherwise the Democrats who claim to oppose "foreign election meddling" are nothing but hypocrites.
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