BREAKING: OFFICIAL CENSUS BUREAU DATA: 3,563,199 Ballots In 2020 Election May Be Fake

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By John Paluska, Founder of The Washington Gazette

Piling onto the already mountainous evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election, even the Census Bureau couldn't come close to the number of ballots the Federal Government said were cast in 2020. In fact, they come up 3,563,199 votes short of the number. In their tables, they show a total of 154,628,000 votes in the 2020 election. This comes up short of the reported 158,191,199 total votes.

Considering this comes right after the Census Bureau finished tallying up the total number of citizens who live in this country for election purposes, this could not bode well for Biden and the Democrats who repeatedly claim, without evidence, this election was "safe and accurate." 

Indeed, the evidence shows overwhelming proof of election fraud in the 2020 election, with more than 900 fact witnesses and an estimated 2,036,041 ballots affected by anomalies, including proof illegal immigrants added million of votes to the total result. The Census Bureau's numbers are simply another layer of proof showing the election was indeed riddled with vote fraud in 2020.

Some may assert the Census Bureau normally differs from the official tally, but these same naysayers will also be hard pressed to find a year when the Census Bureau was off by 5 million votes. Normally, the Census Bureau is within 200,000 votes of the official estimation, and when they are wrong, they are almost always overcounting the vote tally.

We here at The Washington Gazette wrote on the massive amounts of fraud going on, including how Pennsylvania magically added 400,000 voters overnight without justifying the change in the number of received ballots. Additionally, we have a list of some of the most blatant examples of ballot fraud we came across in the 2020 election. But this Census Bureau smoking gun may be the most viable and comprehensive red flag that there was rampant election fraud in the 2020 election.

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