Julia Song Wonders If U.S Ballots Were Counted By ‘A Nigerian Princeʼ

Julia Song—a Brazilian-American political activist and commentator says she is starting to wonder if the American election ballots she cites ‘voter fraudʼ were “counted by a Nigerian prince”.

Her statement comes amid numerous claims that the presidential election that several media outlets have been calling for Democratic Party member Joe Biden was not free and fair, also citing electoral fraud.

While Biden has already been projected to have won the presidency, Donald Trump has refused to concede and repeated accusations of voter fraud.

Meanwhile, according to a new survey published by The Guardian, 70 percent of Republicans don’t think the presidential election was “free and fair.”

“Among Republicans who thought the election wasn’t fair, 78% thought mail-in ballots spurred extensive voter fraud, while 72% believed ballot tampering occurred.

“Republicans thought results in swing states were especially questionable, particularly in Pennsylvania, which counted ballots for four days before Biden won it. Republican-to-Democrat distrust in Pennsylvania’s results was 62% to 8%.

“GOP voters voiced similar distrust in Wisconsin, Nevada, Georgia and Arizona,” said report of the survey.

On Monday, Attorney General William Barr allowed U.S. lawyers across the country to “pursue substantial allegations” of voting irregularities before the 2020 election is certified.

Many people believe the results and the winner would change under Trump’s legal onslaught.

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