Intel Analyst: Trump won Texas by 12.3% in 2020
UPDATED 8:39 AM PT – Thursday, July 22, 2021
An intelligence expert is breaking down the issues found during the 2020 election in Texas. During an interview on Wednesday, former military intelligence officer Seth Keshel said the data he found suggests at least 675,000 excess votes for Joe Biden in the Lone Star State.
If his analysis is accurate, this would mean President Trump should have won Texas by roughly 55 percent instead of 43 percent. Keshel went on to point out irregularities in Biden’s win in Tarrant County specifically, which hadn’t voted Democrat since 1964.
“Terrent County, Fort Worth 75,000 heavy is my estimate,” he explained. “This is a county where Trump puts up a Republican vote record in a Republican county not lost since 1964 and it is flipped by a vote gain double to the previous Democrat record in Terrent County.”
Keshel is tracking election data from every U.S. state to create a strategy for future forensic audits.