The US presidential election is not over yet as the evidence of voter fraud is simply “common sense” as the numbers do not stack up, says Sky News host Alan Jones.
“This election, mark my words, is not over yet,” Mr. Jones said.
Mr. Jones spoke of the concerns being raised over a number of aspects relating to voting and the election.
“Take Pennsylvania, a very, very critical State . . . Biden, it is now clear, received tens of thousands more votes than there are registered Democrats in 11 counties.
“For example, in those 11 counties, Obama and Hilary Clinton averaged between 233,000 and 256,000 votes. Biden received 313,000.”
“Now this is plainly absurd,” he said.
“I have mentioned to you before the vote harvesting in Minneapolis,” he said.
Mr. Jones said, “the Republican Party of Wisconsin estimates that thousands of witness addresses may have been changed, thus invalidating the ballots on which they appeared.
“I warned that there is every likelihood this will blow up, the evidence of voter fraud is simply common sense.”
“The numbers don’t stack up.”