Waldron revealed the fraudulent figures following scrutiny by Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani asked the retired combat officer to clarify what he called "spike anomalies" in voting patterns. These anomalies are "events where a numerical amount of votes are processed in a time period that is not feasible or mechanically possible under normal circumstances," Waldron answered.
The retired colonel then showed a chart illustrating how votes were "injected" to give the former vice president a huge lead. Trump's personal lawyer then asked how many votes did the spikes in the chart correspond to, which prompted Waldron to give the more than 500,000 estimate for Biden and the 3,200 estimate for the incumbent. The audience present in Gettysburg's Wyndham Hotel "gasped in shock" when Waldron pointed out the glaring vote discrepancy.
Christian author and professor Paul Kengor wrote in a Nov. 28 piece for The American Spectator that Biden got 99.4 percent of votes in that batch while Trump only got 0.6 percent – something he called "impossible" and "scandalous." He posited: "This one spike alone would have erased Donald Trump's 600,000-vote lead over Joe Biden … late Nov. 3. Biden had reportedly won Pennsylvania by about 70,000 votes: This one swing would have done it."
Kengor further argues: If Waldron's claim is true, then that instance alone would affirm that Pennsylvania's elections were fraudulent and it would be "one of the most insidious examples of documented voter fraud in the history of American presidential politics."
Kengor also pointed out that mainstream media outlets ignored Waldron's electoral revelation: Only a number of conservative news sources reported on the issue, while mainstream sources "avoided the hearing like the plague." Family Research Council President Tony Perkins concurred with Kengor, explaining that "the media is doing everything it can to make the election results look squeaky clean." (Related: Big Media continues to ignore election-flipping evidence of fraud being presented in front of state legislatures across the U.S.)
Kengor explained in his American Spectator piece that while critics of the president would dismiss the hearings as a "partisan spectacle" by Pennsylvania's GOP senators, real journalists would see enough red flags to merit making phone calls or sending a few emails.
He subsequently issued a challenge to mainstream media sources: "Could some reporter at some mainstream media outlet … with a modicum of journalistic integrity and decency … try to determine if these claims are accurate? Could just one 'journalist' with access to Joe Biden ask for his reaction?"
Kengor also noted a clear double standard when it came to Trump. "How long would it take for Donald Trump to be grilled by a pack of ravenous reporters if Joe Biden had been potentially victimized like this?” he asked. He also called for the U.S. Senate to summon mainstream media outlets over their deliberate refusal to cover election fraud allegations.
L. Brent Bozell, who heads conservative media watchdog Media Research Center (MRC), has been critical of mainstream media's biased approach toward the president. Reacting to a NewsBusters post-election survey conducted by McLaughlin & Associates, Bozell said the media "stole the election" and "intentionally kept the American electorate in the dark."
Thus, the MRC called for mainstream media outlets – specifically media pollsters – to be investigated for meddling in the elections. Bozell said in a Nov. 4 statement: "There needs to be a federal investigation: This is clearly election tampering. At the very least, this is a violation of federal laws."
VoteFraud.news gives you the latest regarding attempts to expose election fraud that mainstream media refuses to acknowledge.