Leaked video claiming fake ballots were ordered from communist China goes viral

Saturday, December 5, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Saturday, December 05, 2020

A new video from GNews would appear to show fake ballots being ordered from communist China just prior to the 2020 election, adding fuel to the fires of election fraud allegations.

The video depicts two men speaking with one another over the phone in Mandarin Chinese while one rifles through stacks of ballots, feeling them and apparently authenticating that they are virtually identical to the real thing.

Someone who speaks Mandarin Chinese and translated the video for The Gateway Pundit has reportedly confirmed that the ballots depicted are, indeed, fake, having been ordered from a manufacturer in Kwangtung, China.

The fake ballots were ordered in bulk and shipped to the United States before Nov. 3. Some were apparently delivered to Charlotte County, Fla., as seen in a blurry screenshot image. Others were sent to other unknown destinations.

“It is too bad that there is not a way to get a closer view of the ballot to see the candidates!” a Gateway Pundit reader wrote in a message to the news outlet about the video’s contents.

“Then you could detect the destination state. Hopefully you have some digital experts that (can) solve the problem.”

Perhaps one of our readers can detect based on the imagery where some of these ballots were sent. This writer was able to see that some of the ballots shown in the video did not go to Charlotte County, however it is unclear to which area or states they went instead.

Attorney Sidney Powell is also hot on the trail of investigating election fraud. You can support her work at this website.

Democrats still claiming “no evidence” of election fraud are blind as bats.

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