On November 27, a suspicious video in Mandarin Chinese appeared on the Internet showing a request made to a factory in Kwangtung, China, for the purchase of a bulk order of fake U.S. ballots, according to National File.
The phone call appears to show a conversation between two Chinese-speaking men about the nature and quantity of ballots being printed and how they are to be delivered abroad.
“You can see the printing on the ballot is different” says man in the video. The man on the phone responds by saying: “Doesn’t matter. I’ll check the sample and make sure to look the same.”
A portion of the translation reads: “As long as you have the money, the quantity is not a problem.”
At the 0:54 mark, the ballot appears to have Charolotte County Florida printed on it.
This video has recently emerged on the Internet as China continues to intervene in U.S. elections, and as proof of systemic electoral fraud continues to be exposed in crucial swing states, as seen in the hearings conducted by state legislatures.
Sidney Powell: Evidence of Fake Ballots Continuing to Arrive From China and Mexico
Attorney Sidney Powell and Lin Wood have raised the question of counterfeit election ballots from China.
In an interview with Sean Lin from Brave Hearts, Sidney Powell confirmed that she’s collected evidence related to fake Chinese ballots.
“We heard a video of somebody ordering ballots from China. We have evidence of a significant planeload of ballots coming in, and we have a witness that has said that they continue to come in because they intend to run counterfeit ballots in any runoffs or if they need them in recounts, too. So it hasn’t stopped,” said Powell.
Powell went on to say that they also have videos of ballots being transported across the U.S.-Mexico border.
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