TRUMP’S CLAIM: That 10s of countless disqualified citizens cast tallies.
STERLING’S DESCRIPTION: The real variety of tallies cast by disqualified citizens is small, and no place near adequate to alter the result of the election.
Mr. Sterling likewise attended to more particular claims about disqualified citizens:
Mr. Trump stated that countless individuals voted in spite of not being signed up to vote. This is difficult, Mr. Sterling stated: “You can’t do it. There can not be a tally provided to you, there’s no other way to connect it back to you, there’s no place for them to have a name to correspond back to unless they’re signed up citizens. So that number is absolutely no.”
Mr. Trump stated that countless citizens passed away prior to the election. Mr. Sterling stated the secretary of state’s workplace had actually discovered just 2 who may fit that description.
Mr. Trump stated that numerous individuals voted utilizing P.O. boxes instead of a property address. Mr. Sterling stated that the secretary of state’s workplace was still examining, however that everybody it had actually taken a look at up until now had, in reality, utilized a correct property address– simply one for a multifamily home or apartment.
Mr. Trump’s project stated that lots of felons voted. In truth, utilizing records from the state’s corrections and probation departments, the secretary of state’s workplace determined just 74 individuals who may fit that classification– and Mr. Sterling stated the last number would be even lower once the workplace finished its examination, since oftentimes, the individual may have had their ballot rights renewed after finishing a sentence or may just have the very same name as a felon.
Mr. Trump’s project stated that 10s of countless individuals more youthful than 18 voted. “The real number is absolutely no,” Mr. Sterling stated, “and the factor we understand that is since the dates are on the citizen registration. There are 4 cases– 4– where individuals requested their absentee tally prior to they turned 18, however they turned 18 by Election Day. That implies that is a lawfully cast tally.”
Mr. Trump’s project stated that numerous citizens cast tallies in 2 states. Mr. Sterling stated that authorities were still examining, however that if any such cases were verified, it would be “handfuls,” and no place near adequate to alter the result.
TRUMP’S CLAIM: That machines flipped votes, counting Trump tallies as Biden ones.
STERLING’S DESCRIPTION: If this had actually occurred, Mr. Sterling stated, the hand recount would have revealed it, and it did disappoint anything of the sort.
Going over accusations of hacking, he included that tally makers and scanners aren’t linked to the web. “Neither one has modems,” Mr. Sterling stated. “It’s really tough to hack things without modems.”
TRUMP’S CLAIM: That election authorities did not correctly confirm signatures for mail-in tallies.
STERLING’S DESCRIPTION: The secretary of state’s workplace generated signature specialists, who took a look at more than 15,000 mail-in tally envelopes. They discovered possible issues with just 2, and upon examination, both tallies ended up being genuine.
TRUMP’S CLAIM: That, compared to previous election cycles, Georgia turned down a suspiciously low variety of mail-in tallies.
STERLING’S DESCRIPTION: The reduction in rejections is attributable to a just recently passed law that provides Georgians a possibility to remedy issues, such as a declined signature, with their tallies. Both celebrations had groups strolling the state and calling citizens whose tallies were at danger of rejection, however Mr. Sterling stated the Democrats were just more ready for the job.
TRUMP’S CLAIM: That election authorities shredded tallies.
STERLING’S DESCRIPTION: ” There is no shredding of tallies going on,” Mr. Sterling stated with clear inconvenience. “That’s not genuine. It’s not occurring.”