VIDEO: Leaked Phone Call Allegedly Reveals Chinese Businessman Buying Bulk Order Of Fake US Ballots


A suspicious video in Mandarin Chinese surfaced on the internet on November 27th, appearing to show a request made to a factory in Kwangtung, China regarding the purchasing of a bulk order of fake U.S. ballots.

The phone call appears to reveal a discussion between two Chinese speaking men about the quality and quantity of ballots being printed and how they are to be shipped internationally.

“You can see the printing on the ballot is different” says man in the video. The man on the phone responds by saying: “Doesn’t matter. I’ll check the sample and make sure to look the same.”

In a second video, an accurate and more extensive translation is shown:

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A portion of the translation reads: “As long as you have the money, the quantity is not a problem.”

At the 0:54 mark, the ballot appears to have Charolotte County Florida printed on it.

Below is a sample of what Charolotte County ballots look like, provided by Charlotte Votes.


This video recently surfaced on the internet as China continues to interfere in U.S. elections, and as evidence of widespread voter fraud continues to be revealed in key swing states as seen in hearings held by state legislatures.

If the video can be properly investigated and verified, it would serve as further evidence that massive fraud played a role in the 2020 U.S. election.

If proven to be false, it would seem that two bad actors are simply capitalizing on the struggle that the U.S. is facing due to doubts on the integrity of American elections.

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