FBI Requests Findings from Voter Integrity Project Over ‘possible illegal ballots’

The FBI is requesting the findings of Matt Braynard, who is working for the Voter Integrity Project, over ‘possible illegal ballots’ during the presidential election.

Just the News reports:

Braynard, who was formerly a strategist and data chief for the Trump campaign, has helped lead efforts to try to determine whether widespread voter fraud occurred and impacted the outcome of the election, in which major media outlets have declared Democrat Joe Biden the winner.

Key to Braynard’s analysis is thousands of potentially illegally registered voters used mail-in ballots tied to post office boxes as home addresses.

Post office boxes can’t be used to apply for absentee ballots.

In other cases, ballots were sent in but the person never made a request for an absentee ballot.

Braynard was retained by Phillip Klein, director of The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society and issued a statement.

Critics and skeptics of the FBI voiced their concerns about the agency on social media.

Braynard was interviewed by The Epoch Times and said the data shows “people on the record having voted in multiple states.”

Supporters of Braynard’s work applauded his efforts on social media.

The evidence being collected by Braynard is serious and the FBI must fully investigate his findings especially since the size of the potential fraud is enough to change the election outcome in key states.