Steve Bannon invited Professor David K. Clements from New Mexico State University and retired Army intelligence captain Seth Keshel to discuss their latest analysis on the 2020 election.

On Monday, Keshel told Steve Bannon that new Republican voter registrations in Pennsylvania outnumbered Democrat registrations 21-to-one over the past four years. He added, the number of registered Republicans far exceeds legal Biden voters in Pennsylvania.

According to Seth Keshel, President Trump won Pennsylvania by 6-8% in 2020. This is based on the models and predictions and over 75 years of history.

The former military intelligence expert asserted that tens-of-thousand of purported Biden votes in Pennsylvania were fraudulent. He said similar statistical patterns have been observed throughout the Rust Belt.

Keshel added, the data suggests Democrats likely stole the elections in Michigan and Wisconsin as well.

Here is Seth Keshel and Dr. David Clements on The War Room on July 19.

Seth Keshel: Trump won Pennsylvania by 6 to 8 percent

Seth Keshel noted that, in November, he “knew it was ugly and have been saying it was a slam dunk, 300-400k Trump state.”

“Appears I was light and it may be about a half million.”

Keshel said his analysis was based on models and predictions and over 75 years of history in the Keystone State.

Keshel noted that Republicans out-registered Democrats in Pennsylvania by a margin of 21 to 1 from 2016 to 2020.

“Another fun fact on PA – the winner of Luzerne County in presidential races has carried PA every election since 1936. Trump still won it over a lot of fraud,” Keshel said.

“Any Republican in that time frame winning Luzerne County has also never failed to carry Michigan.”

Keshel says Michigan election numbers don’t add up

Former Army Captain and Intelligence Officer, Seth Keshel, breaks down election numbers in Michigan county by county and reveals where he’s found some of the biggest discrepancies.

Seth Keshel Says Michigan Election Numbers Dont Add Up

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