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‘I Am The Expert’: Trump’s Election Fraud Claim Debunked By Man He Hired To Prove It

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Ken Block, hired by Trump to investigate election fraud, criticized his client for perpetuating a “lie” despite evidence to the contrary.

Block’s research found no evidence to support fraud claims and even disproved them.

He emphasized that voter fraud is detectable, quantifiable, and verifiable, and his findings have been shared with authorities. (Trending: Obama Judge Issues Shock Ruling Against Democrats)

“I am the expert who was hired by the Trump campaign,” Ken Block, owner of Simpatico Software Systems wrote.

“The findings of my company’s in-depth analysis are detailed in the depositions taken by the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol.”

“The transcripts show that the campaign found no evidence of voter fraud sufficient to change the outcome of any election. That message was communicated directly to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.”

“The cries that the election was lost or stolen due to voter fraud continue with no sign of stopping,” he wrote.

“The constant drumbeat hardens people’s hearts and minds to the truth about the 2020 election. Emails and documents show that the voter data available to the campaign contained no evidence of large-scale voter fraud based on data mining and fraud analytics.”

“More important, claims of voter fraud made by others were verified as false, including proof of why those claims were disproven.”

Despite the persistence of claims, he stressed the importance of evidence and the potential harm caused by baseless allegations.

“What these claims don’t take into account is that voter fraud is detectable, quantifiable and verifiable. I have yet to see anyone offer up ‘evidence’ of voter fraud from the 2020 election that provides these three things,” Block wrote.

“My company’s contract with the campaign obligated us to deliver evidence of voter fraud that could be defended in a court of law. The small amount of voter fraud I found was bipartisan, with about as many Republicans casting duplicate votes as Democrats.”

“As a former gubernatorial candidate, I can admire the discipline it takes to stay on message on a single issue. There is no doubt that voter fraud can animate people.”

“But it is one thing to provide a rallying point for supporters and quite another to drag our election infrastructure and legal system into a foundationless set of false claims.”

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