VIDEO: Watch Newsmax Host Breakdown Missoula County 2020 Election Ballot Discrepancies

A recent report published in RealClear Investigations by John Lott summarizes the findings of a ballot signature envelope review of the 2020 General Election conducted in Missoula County. The review found that 4,592 out of the 72,491 mail-in ballots counted in November lacked matching signature envelopes. Without an official ballot signature envelope (and signed), the ballot authenticity cannot be determined and the ballot is therefore not countable. Counting such ballots is a violation of Montana law.

The report also noted that 28 signatures from ballots submitted from one nursing home in Missoula County looked exactly alike.

An investigation has begun into Missoula County and 29 other Montana counties that accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech & Civic Life which required grantees conduct their elections according to conditions set out by the CTCL, according to a watchdog report. We have asked Missoula County Elections for a copy of their agreement with CTCL.

State Legislatures across the country including from Alaska, Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin have sent delegations to Arizona to tour ongoing election audit proceedings considered to be the “gold standard” by visiting legislators. A similar election audit could happen in Missoula County.

By Roy McKenzie

Roy McKenzie is a former elected Montana Democrat who moved to Montana in 2017. Roy is the Publisher of Western Montana News. Get in touch with him on Truth Social (@royalton) or Telegram (@royaltonpatrick).
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