Amistad Lawyer: FBI Collecting Data on Vote Fraud
The FBI is using voter fraud information collected by the Amistad Project, the project's director, Phillip Kline, said Monday on Newsmax TV.
Kline, who is the former attorney general of Kansas, tweeted the news on Sunday.
Appearing on "Stinchfield," Kline said the group's investigations show "what we call the blood in the street. It's after the crime is committed. And what evidence is there to show that a crime has been committed."
The FBI is looking at evidence uncovered by Amistad investigators who have crunched data from the government and reached out to actual voters to see if how they voted actually matches the government's data.
"And we've come up with tens of thousands of Republican ballots that were not counted," Kline told host Grant Stinchfield. "We've come up with hundreds of thousands of Republicans who say they never requested a ballot, but they voted absentee by somebody else. We've identified people outside of the state who voted within the state. And all of this occurred in the key swing states that we're speaking about."
Kline said all of the areas investigated "had hundreds of millions of dollars poured into their election offices by Mark Zuckerberg."
The Facebook CEO, Kline said, poured in $400 million into the election, matching the federal government expenditures, through his charities.
"They paid the election judges, they paid the people who boarded up the windows, they bought the machines and America was kicked out of the counting room, and a billionaire invited in, in all of the swing state urban core cities, and that is a violation the law."
Amistad's data show that all of these changes benefited Democratic strongholds as they were suppressing the vote in Republican strongholds, Kline said, "and then we had them sidestepping the law and accepting ballots they should not have accepted."