In a series of tweets on Nov. 5, Braynard stated that matches of the Absentee/Early voters with the Social Security Death Index (SSDI)/ National Change of Address Database (NCOA) list would indicate fraud.
“So here’s the problem I have at the moment: I have, at my finger tips, the data for everyone in seven key states who requested an absentee ballot or voted early. AZ, GA, MI, NC, NV, PA, WI. I also have the ability to run this against the Social Security Death Index and the National Change of Address Database,” he wrote.
“Matches of the ABS/EV voters against the SSDI/NCOA list would indicate fraud. However, I’ve had zero luck either penetrating the Trump campaign or the RNC, or otherwise getting the support needed to run this analysis.
“I can do it on my own (~$100k or less in expenses from data vendors) or Trump/RNC/DataTrust should be able to do this with material they *should* have on hand (or they can cut the meager check and buy the data for this now),” he added.
Braynard asked people to retweet his comments in the hope that “someone who can help with this will see it and reach out to me,” and noted that the cost of the data is solely to pay L2Political, which provides a comprehensive online database of voter, consumer, predictive non-voter, constituents, and consumer records.
“Yet one more note: Discovering just a *few* matches to the Death List would indicate a much bigger problem as ABS/EV requests of dead voters would be incidental to a larger fraud operation,” Braynard added in a later tweet before sharing a link to the Gofundme page.
According to the Gofundme page, Braynard will compare the voter records of those who requested early/absentee ballot with the Social Security Death Index and the National Change of Address Database, and then provide the list of all the matches.
“Even just a few matches would be indicative of a much more substantial voter fraud operation since matches to dead/moved voters would be incidental,” he said.
All of the money raised will be used to pay for an investigation into voter fraud in the states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and Braynard will provide receipts for every expense.
The fundraising target has now been set to $250,000 after quickly surpassing its initial target of $100,000, and Braynard said the extra funds raised will be devoted to call centers to run down inactive or less active or moved voters marked as voted.
“We’ll get any who said they didn’t vote to sign an affidavits, then hand to LEO/prosecutors/FBI/press,” he said
President Donald Trump, Attorney General William Barr, and a number of prominent Republicans have repeatedly warned that the flood of mail-in ballots would cause delays in vote counting and are vulnerable to fraud.
The president issued a statement on Nov. 5, saying: “If you count the legal votes, I easily win the election! If you count the illegal and late votes, they can steal the election from us!”
The Epoch Times has contacted a spokesperson for Braynard and President Trump for comment.