Former military intel analyst says Trump won Texas by larger margin than reported

Amid ongoing ballot audits of the 2020 election, a former military intelligence officer who is conducting his own comprehensive review of outcomes in multiple states says that former President Donald Trump likely won Texas by a significantly larger margin than has been widely reported, according to OANN.

During a Wednesday interview with professor David K. Clements, former Army Captain Seth Keshel presented the results of his examination of voting data and trends in Texas, finding that there may have been upwards of 675,000 fraudulent votes placed in then-candidate Joe Biden’s column and that the margin by which Trump took the state was far more significant than previously believed.

Should Keshel’s sleuthing and number-crunching prove correct, Trump would have prevailed in the Lone Star State by 55% rather than the 43% officially acknowledged by the press.

Keshel noted that there were particularly substantial problems with ballot integrity in Tarrant County, home to the Fort Worth metropolitan area, suggesting that as many as 75,000 ballots – and the win – were erroneously attributed to Biden in a region that had not favored a Democrat presidential candidate for several decades.

“This is a county where Trump puts up a Republican vote record in a Republican county not lost since 1964 and it is flipped by a vote gain double to the previous Democrat record in Tarrant County,” Keshel said, lending a sense of real doubt to the accuracy of the final tally. He also expressed skepticism about the notion that in an “energy-type county” such as Tarrant, an “anti-energy campaign” like Biden’s would have carried the day.

Keshel’s Texas findings come close on the heels of the release of his analysis of the vote count in Pennsylvania, which will surely be viewed as even more explosive in the eyes of those who suspect that massive election fraud tipped the scales last fall.

On Monday, Keshel told former Trump strategist and podcast host Steve Bannon that in his estimation, the former president – not Biden, as the official results indicate – was in fact the winner of the Keystone State by somewhere between 6% and 8% of the vote, as OANN noted separately.

Helping him reach that conclusion was the fact that new Republican voter registrations in the four years prior to the election outpaced those of Democrats by a margin of 21-1, as well as the observation that the total of registered Republicans in the state surpasses the number of legal Biden voters there.

Citing a host of historical and statistical anomalies unearthed in the aftermath of the 2020 election, Keshel has also posited that the outcomes in Wisconsin and Michigan, both of which went to Biden, are suspect as well and that he hopes his work can serve as a roadmap for helping ensure the validity and trustworthiness of electoral processes in the future.