With nearly every passing day Americans discover more ways the government is working to keep Democrats in power.
It seems there’s nothing they won’t do to get more power over Americans.
Now a jaw-dropping Inspector General report about what they did in 2020 will leave you furious.
A little-noticed Inspector General Report released last week revealed government workers are keeping their jobs despite being caught red-handed committing political fraud with massive ramifications.
The U.S. Census is an important tool that determines how many Congressional seats and Electoral College votes each state receives.
That’s why every ten-years, the Census is critical for the outlook of the decade to follow.
Unfortunately, there were a lot of problems with the 2020 Census.
Back in May, U.S. Census Bureau released its post-enumeration survey (PES) report admitting they made massive errors in the population counts in 14-states – by as much as 7%.
And where did they miss people?
According to the Census Bureau, the following states were significantly undercounted: Arkansas (5.04%), Florida (3.48%), Illinois (1.97%), Mississippi (4.11%), Tennessee (4.78%) and Texas (1.92%).
Five out of those are red states.
The balance of the 14-error states was made up of statistically-significant overcounts in: Delaware (5.45%), Hawaii (6.79%), Massachusetts (2.24%), Minnesota (3.84%), New York (3.44%), Ohio (1.49%), Rhode Island (5.05%) and Utah (2.59%).
You’ll notice the exact opposite trend in the overcount – as six out of the eight are blue states, and the two red states on the list have two of the three smallest over estimates of the eight.
It was enough of a miscount to deny red states of three pivotal Congressional seats and electoral votes.
But the hits from the Census Bureau keep coming.
Newly released findings from the U.S. Inspector General’s Office concludes, “some census takers were pressured to enter false information into a computer logging system about homes they had not visited as the census drew to a close.”
In other words, they were counting people who were not present.
That’s fraud committed by government employees.
Making matters even worse, according to the Inspector General’s report, most of the perpetrators are still employed by the Census Bureau.
“Of the 1,400 census takers who were designated ‘hard fails’ because of questions about the accuracy of their work, only 300 were fired for misconduct or unsatisfactory performance,” the IG report read.
In fact, the vast majority of them were rewarded for their efforts.
“Of the 1,400 ‘hard fail’ census takers, 1,300 of them received bonuses ranging from $50 to $1,600 each,” the report read.
Of course, it’s just a coincidence that the miscount significantly benefits the Democrat party, and not only did most of the people committing fraud at the Census Bureau keep their jobs, they were rewarded with bonuses at taxpayer expense, according to the Associated Press.
Important to note the PES following the 2010 Census found no statistically significant miscounts.
Also of importance, due to a 1999 Supreme Court ruling – and the fact that the House has already certified the Census results – the allocation of Congressional Seats and Electoral Votes cannot be changed.
Meaning they’re now incorrectly in place now for the next decade.
It seems some election rigging happens way in advance of Election Day.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.