Election Fraud Evidence from Dallas, Texas – After the Polls Close, the Number of Checked-In Voters Starts to Jump
Author: Shaneya | Date: November 17, 2022
During the United States midterm elections a group of poll workers in Dallas, Texas, captured the evidence of voter fraud. Before people can vote in person, they are checked in on a poll pad. Poll pad is an electronic version of paper poll books. After the polling place has closed, the number of checked-in voters started to jump up, although the polling place was closed and although the poll workers were not checking in new voters.
The group of poll workers in Dallas, Texas, recorded the poll pad where we can see the numbers of checked-in voters jumping after the polling place was closed and after the poll workers did not add any new voters. On the poll pad in the video, to the left of the number of checked-in voters, it is written “Polls Closed” in red letters. This is additional evidence that the polls were closed when the number of checked in voters started to jump on its own.
When the video starts, the polling place is already closed, as it is stated on the poll pad, and the number of checked-in voters is 1,080. Then the number of checked in voters suddenly jumps to 1,139. About two minutes later the number of checked-in voters jumps from 1,139 to 1,191. And then it jumps from 1,191 to 1,259.