CA County’s Official Voting Numbers Don’t Add Up – One Precinct Has 120% Turnout
Orange County, a conservative area just south of Los Angeles, California, turned all blue after Democrats produced hundreds of thousands of votes weeks after Election Day, Nov. 6, using a practice known as “ballot harvesting.”
The amount of mail-in ballots counted in Orange County was unprecedented – a whopping 250,000 ballots were produced in OC as a result of the new “ballot harvesting” law.
Republicans such as Mimi Walters, Dana Rohrabacher and Young Kim were all ahead election night only to lose their races after ‘late’ ballots were counted.
Young Kim was ahead by 8,000 votes on election night and even attended freshman orientation in Washington DC only to lose to her Democrat opponent weeks later.
The new voting system in California is so bad that Democrat TJ Cox, who was down by 6.4% on election night in California’s 21st district ended up defeating GOP incumbent David Valadao three weeks later.
Precinct 38083 in Orange County, California, had a 120% turnout – 465 registered voters and 561 ballots cast in this precinct.
Other numbers don’t add up in Orange County either and The Gateway Pundit has been reporting on this for weeks.
October 22nd totals for voter registration there show 541,665 (R) and 523,624 (D) yet totals from Election Day for D’s surpass that by 40k votes so we’re to believe there was 100%+ turnout of registered Dems and NOT all Republicans came to vote?
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch is investigating “ballot harvesting” in California yet the Republican Party has done nothing to fight this practice that violates the chain of custody and is illegal in nearly every state.
2018 GOP candidate for California’s 37th district Ron Bassilian said he’s looking into the potential voter fraud with election law attorney Mark Meuser.
In case you missed it, there is a video of “Lulu,” a Democrat volunteer who showed up to a person’s home in Santa Clarita, California and was recorded by a security camera “harvesting” a voter’s ballot.