1.8 million dead people were found among voters in the U.S.

U.S. judicial observers checked demographic statistics and compared them with registered voters. As a result, in some states there were almost twice as many ballots as eligible voters. This was reported on the Judicial Watch website.

For example, in Texas in one of the constituencies 187 ballots per hundred voters were recorded. In total, the study revealed 1.8 million “dead souls” in 353 constituencies of 29 states.

“We see the recklessness of blindly sending out ballots and applications through this study. Dirty voter lists mean dirty elections,” said Tom Fitton, head of the Forensic Observer Association.

Votes are currently being counted for presidential candidates in the United States.

On November 5, U.S. incumbent president Donald Trump said in a speech at the White House that the trial for the election results could end in the country’s Supreme Court. According to him, he is sure that he will easily win the election. Trump noted that there would be many appeals to the court, due to the large amount of evidence and evidence of violations in the last U.S. presidential election.