In an exclusive report by The Epoch Times, an analysis by the Data Integrity Group, Votes for Trump were removed from the total counts in at least 15 counties.
An analysis of the voting in each state according to the counting timeline show votes decreasing in certain counties instead of increasing which is expected. The Data Integrity Group said, “Election Day vote removals happened during the vote tabulation process in at least 15 counties, including Lehigh, Chester, Allegheny, Armstrong, Westmoreland, Northampton, Delaware, Montgomery, Lackawanna, Dauphin, Pike, Carbon, Washington, Erie, and Luzerne.”
A total of at least 432,116 votes—213,707 Election Day votes and 218,409 absentee votes—were removed. The report said.
“There were vote movements across all candidates. However, we did not see the same type of negative decrements to any of the [other] candidates that we saw with President Trump’s tallies, and they happened repeatedly with no explanation,” Lynda McLaughlin, a member of the group, told The Epoch Times.
According to the Epoch Times, The group’s lineup of data scientists includes Justin Mealey and Dave Lobue.
“Mealey is a nine-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, where he worked as an electronic warfare technician, cryptologic technician, and Arabic linguist. He worked at the NSA as a mission manager for Levant/North Africa and later worked as a CIA contractor at the National Counter-Terrorism Center.”
“Lobue has 12 years of experience in data science and machine learning across financial services, telecommunications, and research consulting industries. He currently specializes in artificial intelligence applications.”
“Data scientists from the group have analyzed the election data for several states, including Arizona and Georgia.”
In Georgia, the group found that “30,000 votes had been removed from Trump’s tally, and another 12,173 votes were switched to Democrat Joe Biden.”
While the group did not find evidence of purposeful tampering of the voting machines, they insist that errors in the system need to be investigated.
“The bottom line is the errors were made. Data confirm these errors and it shouldn’t matter if they were machine or human, they’re still errors and deserve a second review and thorough analysis with forensic audits to find the answers,” the group said.