Today, The Two Mikes had the pleasure of speaking with Joe Fried, a CPA and veteran auditor, about his new book Debunked, which examines the likelihood of cheating having occurred in the 2020 presidential election.
Our conversation covered many points about this issue, but the following ought to whet your whistle to listen to all of Mr. Fried’s presentation.
–In Maricopa County, Arizona, the workers handling the vote count were directed by their supervisors not to bother checking signatures. The final ten days of the election campaign between Lake and Hobbs saw 14 polls published, 13 of the 14, showed Lake leading the contest. Mr. Fried covered several other points regarding Arizona’s election, but his final conclusion is that the Arizona election “was not even close to certifiable.”
–Nevada: This state enables corruption in the election process. For example, ninety days before the 2020 election the state administration gutted all of its election rules and made it hard to find a rule that could be used as a basis for those who wanted to challenge the election. The state also mailed out ballots to all Nevadans not just to those who requested one. Also, there were a bit more than 9,000 military ballots in the state which had no chain-of-custody record. When they were counted 95-percent of the military ballots were reported to belong to Biden.
–Michigan: The state government mailed out 7.7 million ballots, without legal authority to do so. This number was twice what was requested. Michigan’s poll workers were also directed to presume that all signatures were authentic.
Philadelphia, PA: When the Republicans went to court to ask for their observers to be allowed into the vote counting areas, the judge agreed and said observers must stand 6 feet away from the counting tables. At this point, the state supreme court interfered — though no one asked it to do so — and ordered the Republican observers to stay 15-18 feet from the counting tables.
These are just a few of the points Mr. Fried made during our discussion, and he said much more of interest.
Mr. Fried is an engaging man, clearly an expert in his field, and we look forward to having him back.
Joe Fried’s book is called Debunked. An auditor reviews the 2020 election — and the lessons learned. (Republic Book Publishers, 2022). It is available wherever books are sold.