One of the biggest issues of alleged voter fraud in the 2020 election has actually gotten little attention until now: that is the question of buying or giving people gifts for voting, a clearly illegal practice.
Here’s a breakdown of the issue that The Federalist’s John Davidson did with Trace Gallagher on the problem and how it affected the vote in Nevada and that it was happening in other states as well.
Buying votes is obviously illegal. The Federalist notes that there was all kinds of evidence from posts to videos suggesting it was a big problem.
Democrats and liberal media have been going full steam to try to discredit claims being alleged by witnesses, the Trump campaign or the GOP.
But it’s pretty hard to dispute videos and pictures that people post themselves and the president of the United States points out.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 2, 2020
The Nevada Native Vote Project posted pictures on their Facebook of things like people holding $25 gift cards after handing over their absentee ballots.
The above video shows Bethany Sam the public relations officer for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony talking about the “swag” she had to give out.
“We have twenty-five $25 dollar gift cards to raffle off so that’s a lot of money in cash here. We have also four $100 gift cards to give away, so again you want to make sure to get out here and vote. And then, we have four $250 gift cards to raffle. And our grand prize is going to be a $500 Visa gift card to the person or native voters who came out early this week early voting,” Sam said, adding that voters need only send a photo of themselves at the polling place to enter.
Sam stood beside two elderly people who were holding free T-shirts they received for coming out to vote. She added that more shirts were still available, in addition to keychains, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and stickers.
Sam promoted swag in another video in front of a Biden-Harris bus and wearing a Biden-Harris mask.
When they announced the winners of the raffle, Sam thanked people for helping Joe Biden win, saying we couldn’t have done it without you.
“This is exciting guys. We’ll give out over $2,000 in gift cards, so this is pretty cool,” Sam said, while pulling paper slips with names of the winners from a pot and clipping names to the gift cards.
“Congratulations to all the winners,” Sam said after drawing the name for the winner of the $500 gift card. “Thank you for using your voice, which was your vote. Obviously, it had a tremendous impact on the way Nevada ended up as far as the electoral votes and helped get Biden into office. We couldn’t have done it without you.”
But as the Epoch Times points out, this kind of action didn’t just happen one time in Nevada, it happened all over the state and in several other states including battleground states where people were allegedly offered gifts or prizes in exchange for voting including Michigan, Arizona, Washington, Idaho, Wisconsin, Texas and Ohio.
So who paid for all this, where did all the cash come from to support this kind of an effort to sway the vote?