Long Island Chinese-American Voter Concerned about Election Fraud

November 9, 2020 Updated: November 9, 2020

A naturalized citizen who emigrated from China said she was dismayed at the allegations of voter fraud that emerged this election cycle.

A resident of Long Island, New York, Judy, who declined to give her last name, said that she moved to the United States more than a decade ago because she saw America as a beacon of freedom and democracy.

At a rally held along the highly-trafficked Sunrise Highway on Nov. 6 afternoon, Judy said she wanted to take to the streets and let the world know that many voters are disconcerted at the recent allegations of fraud and ballot counting irregularities.

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and Republican Party entities have filed lawsuits in several states alleging fraud in ballot-counting procedures, errors in vote tabulation, and other irregularities. Some states are currently doing recounts.

“We must catch every second to fight back, as one does in boxing contests; or you’ll lose,” she said in an interview with NTD, an affiliate media of The Epoch Times.

She admitted that she felt extremely sad at the growing allegations of ballot-counting mishaps.

“We [Chinese] moved to the United States just to enjoy its freedom and democracy, its universal values. But right now, they are all gone,” she said.

She believed that if the election results are determined through dishonest means, she would rather give up voting forever.

“If the United States collapses, the world will collapse, too,” she said.

Despite the current legal challenges and recounts, Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden declared victory on Nov. 7. The Trump campaign has not conceded and continues to take legal action.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation, which is not associated with Trump’s campaign, filed a lawsuit alleging that there are at least 21,000 dead registrants on Pennsylvania’s voter rolls, and that Pennsylvania failed to “reasonably maintain” their voter registration records under federal and state law in time for the presidential election.

Also, the Michigan Republican Party claimed on Friday that a software failure led 6,000 votes for Trump to have been counted for Biden in Antrim county, and that 47 counties used this same software in the same capacity. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson later said in a statement that the mistake was due to human error.