Data scientists released evidence showing Pennsylvania election data reveals over 432,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump during the November election according to a stunning report from the Epoch Times.
The report from Data Integrity Group revealed the vote losses occurred in both Election Day and mail-in ballots:
Votes for Trump—from both Election Day and mail-in ballots—were removed from the totals in at least 15 counties.
Time-series election data shows Trump’s votes decrementing in various counties at numerous time points instead of increasing as would be expected under normal circumstances.
Election Day vote removals happened during the vote tabulation process in at least 15 counties, including Lehigh County, Chester County, Allegheny County, Armstrong County, Westmoreland County, Northhampton County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Lackawanna County, Dauphin County, Pike County, Carbon County, Washington County, Erie County, and Luzerne County.
Meanwhile, absentee vote removals happened in Allegheny County, Chester County, and Lehigh County.
At least 432,116 votes—213,707 election day votes and 218,409 absentee votes—were removed in total.
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