Every Legal Vote Coalition Video Provides Evidence of Electoral Grand Larceny in 2020 Presidential Race; 21.6 Million Demand Action

Calls for Counting Only Legal Votes Put Pressure on Congress to Investigate, Block Fraud

January 4, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Since New Year’s Day, an astounding 21.6 million actions have been taken in response to a campaign launched by the Every Legal Vote Coalition that is aimed at dispelling, once and for all, the contention that “there is no evidence” of material fraud or other irregularities in the 2020 election for President of the United States. These numbers are all the more remarkable in that the EveryLegalVote.com website was offline for two-and-a-half hours on Sunday under suspicious circumstances.

The campaign features a powerful video from Kevin Freeman’s “Economic War Room” that documents and explains the truth: There is abundant evidence that systematic efforts were made to cast and count illegal votes in the race for the White House, not just the legal ones, in numbers far in excess of Joe Biden’s margins of victory in six contested states.

The video is entitled “Here’s the Evidence, Now Show Us the Ballots.” In under a half-hour, it makes a compelling case that bipartisan recommendations by the National Election Defense Commission, inspired by the collaboration on electoral integrity of former Democratic President Jimmy Carter and former Republican Secretary of State James Baker, were ignored with the predictable result: Widespread fraud occurred in November’s presidential contest affecting mail-in and absentee balloting, other voting and the tabulations thereof.

The Economic War Room video also summarizes an excellent analysis provided by Dr. Peter Navarro, an Assistant to President Trump and his key advisor on trade and manufacturing policy. Entitled “The Immaculate Deception: Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities,” the Navarro report provides documentation of wrongdoing and/or fraud in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin.

The Freeman video offers a specific recommendation that can help put to rest concerns about illegal votes being allowed to determine the outcome of last year’s election – and all future ones: Optical scanning of ballots can rapidly and with high accuracy determine whether they are legitimate or fraudulent.

Additional documentation about and resources concerning the extent of the 2020 electoral grand larceny is available in an “Economic War Room Battle Plan” available here.

Importantly, the EveryLegalVote.com campaign affords a “Take Action” platform for encouraging members of the U.S. Senate and House, state legislators and Vice President Pence to examine the abundant evidence of illegal voting in the 2020 presidential election – and prevent it from wrongly determining that election’s outcome. Within the first seventy-two hours of the video’s release, over 21.6 million such actions have been taken.

Americans of every political stripe have a vital interest in free and fair elections. The powerful response seen to date among citizens across the country to the Every Legal Vote Coalition’s campaign is evidence of their determination to protect this fundamental right.

The ELV campaign is also catalyzing new resolve in the Congress and state capitols to prevent electoral grand larceny in both the as-yet-unresolved presidential race, the voting now underway in the hotly contested Senate run-offs in Georgia (where concerns about a reprise of the November fraud persist) and every future election. For example, since the video’s launch as an infomercial, at least 10 U.S. Senators have announced their intention to establish an electoral commission to conduct an emergency audit of the allegations of fraud, misconduct and other errors of the kind it highlights. And Vice President Mike Pence’s staff has indicated he intends to prevent unlawful ballots from being allowed to determine incorrectly the outcome of the 2020 presidential race.


To interview representatives of the Every Legal Vote Coalition, contact Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, 610.584.1096, Nick DiFazio, ext. 104, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.