On Wednesday night, Tucker Carlson launched an attack on the mail-in voting and claimed that the system had “encouraged” dead people to vote as he revealed a list of dead people who still voted for this year’s election. In addition to this, Carlson also raised the issue of “media blackout,” allegedly failing to report voting fraud allegations.
The list of names includes people in Georgia where there were only 15,000 ballots that separated Trump from Biden.
Carlson mainly targeted Georgia, where there are less than 15,000 votes that separate Trump from Biden.
Carlson said, “It’s close enough that it’s worth getting specific about what happened there, and the Georgia secretary of state has now confirmed there will be a hand recount of all votes cast.”
"The position of corporate media across the country this week has been very simple: THERE WAS NO VOTER FRAUD."
"You're hearing virtually the same thing from everyone in the media. Everyone."
Tucker Carlson then proceeds to lay out voter fraud cases. Watch:🔻 pic.twitter.com/coeBi30VlX
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 12, 2020
Several names from Nevada were also included in the list that Carlson provided. He then accused state officials of encouraging mail-in ballot fraud by sending out ballots to all registered voters despite the fact that there were 41,000 people who haven’t updated their records for over a decade.
Other than this, the Fox News’ host also claimed that the mail-in system that was established had “encouraged” fraud by means of allowing other people to cast in votes for the likes of the elementary school teacher, Rosemary Hardle, who died in 2017, as well as Fred Stoke Jr Clark, who died in 2017.
These claims made by Carlson were also reiterated by Adam Laxalt, former Nevada Attorney General, who admitted that the scale of the voting fraud is not yet known up to date.
Colson also added that among these votes cast was one made by a woman called Deborah Jean Christiansen, who is known in her community as a bird watcher, an avid gardener, and a committed fan of the Georgia bulldog. He said those who knew Deborah were sad when she died last May. However, they were surprised to learn that she still managed to register to vote after her death and then cast a ballot for Biden.
Carlson then jokingly said that in some ways, this is an inspiring story, “The triumph of voting over death” before then revealing another name, Blalock, who died in 2006 after working for 33 years as a mailman, whom Carlson said, “must simply have been showing a dedication to his job in mailing in a ballot after death.”
One of the most extreme cases that Tucker Carlson revealed was a woman who died 17 years ago, Linda Kessler, and yet allegedly was still able to cast a vote in her name in this year’s election.
As Carlson revealed the list, he said that it might not be enough to swing the election in favor of Trump. However, he claimed that the point of this is to reveal that this case indeed exists.
You didn’t watch Tucker Carlson’s show last night, did you? He listed names of dead people who voted. A lot of them.
Project Veritas has documented case of voter fraud too.
The proof is there. You don’t want to see it.
— Lefty Glenn (@LeftyGlenn) November 12, 2020
He then asked, “They are dead, but they voted anyway. The question is, how did they do that? How exactly did they cast their ballots? And the short answer is, by mail.”
Carlson stated that these dead people tend to vote since the system made it easier for them to vote. Then he launched a further attack on the mail-in voting, which he claimed was founded under the pretense that it was needed because of the pandemic. However, the effect of it encouraged fraud.
He then referenced a 2012 report, which shows that there are close to 2 million dead people who are still on the voting list and 24 million incorrect voter registration.
He then argued, “So, what happens if you start sending ballots and registrations to lists like this? Well, you’re guaranteed to increase the amount of fraudulent voting, and that’s exactly what Democrats did. Republicans, we should add, let them do it,”