Appearing on “Greg Kelly Reports,” Morris claimed that the vote for Joe Biden in Phoenix was 48% more than Barack Obama received in 2012, when the city only saw a 14% gain in population. Similarly, he said, Atlanta saw a 30% larger vote for Biden than Obama in 2012, despite a 9% gain in population, and Detroit had a 10% higher vote total for Biden than Obama while seeing no rise in population at all.
“And the only way that that increase can be justified is by ballot stuffing,” Morris said. “The non-Democratic cities didn’t realize that kind of gain. And even cities like New York and Chicago, that were not in swing states, didn’t realize that kind of a gain. It was pure ballot stuffing with absentee and mail-in ballots.”
Morris admitted that Democratic hostility toward Trump could be considered for the expanded voter outcome overall, from 135 million in 2016 to 150 million earlier this month. But it doesn’t reveal why the output was significantly larger in the states where claims of fraud, especially in Arizona, Michigan arand Georgia, are being made, but not across the board in other Democrat-controlled cities.
“Sure it did,” Morris said. “But in these particular cities and in these particular states, where Biden won by 80,000 in one state, or 20,000 in another, these kinds spikes in turnout are indicative of ballot stuffing. The secretary of state in Michigan sent out 7.7 million absentee ballots, and got huge numbers back, and that permitted them to stuff the ballot [box] with phony ballots. Two hundred thousand absentee ballots in Pennsylvania, alone, were counted.”
“And then state after state, you kept watching, that he was doing better than he had done in 2016,” Morris also said. “And then at 10 p.m., the hammer came down. The curtain came down, literally and figuratively. And then, all of a sudden, votes started piling up against Trump, in some cases the vote counts jumped astronomically. In Michigan, I believe, 100,000 votes came in for Biden and none for Trump within a space of about three minutes.
“In Wisconsin, there were six counties that suddenly had ballooning turnouts – 20% higher than normal and the rest of the state . . . underperformed the normal performance of a Democrat. And I believe this election was absolutely stolen.”