Phillip Kline, Director of Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a conservative law firm based in Chicago, announced on Twitter today that the FBI has requested to look into data that allegedly shows that hundreds of thousands of ballots for the 2020 presidential election are fraudulent.
“After learning that hundreds of thousands of ballots are potentially fraudulent- The FBI has now requested to look at our data,” Kline wrote.
Kline, who was formerly the Kansas Attorney General in the early 2000’s, has been on the frontlines of overseeing the Thomas More Society’s efforts in fighting election fraud relating to the 2020 presidential election.
“The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society retained Matt Braynard and his team after Election Day to develop data analysis to cultivate as evidence to support election integrity lawsuits in the battleground states,” Kline noted in the statement posted to Twitter.
Matt Braynard is the former data chief and strategist for the Trump campaign.
“We’ve learned that Mr. Braynard was contacted by FBI Special Agent Young Oh of the FBI Los Angeles Field Office seeking our data. Mr. Braynard is cooperating with this request and we fully support him.”
He continued, “This data has been used to identify hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent ballots in the states where we filed litigation. More about this data will be made available in Matt Braynard’s appearance before a meeting with legislators in Arizona tomorrow.”
Braynard also gave a statement of his own on Twitter regarding the outreach he received from the FBI for the data he developed.
He added that by December 1, he and his team will have delivered all of the data he has, including names, address, phone numbers, and more to the bureau.
Braynard also noted that while there has been some “legit criticism” of the FBI in the last few years, he believes there are still a lot of good people within the agency who are fighting on behalf of the Constitution.
“While there has been legit criticism of the actions of leaders of the agency over the last several years, I can personally attest to the many patriots within the rank-and-file who are fighting on the side of the Constitution and Law and Order.”
Braynard added that while he is sharing the information with those who have power to make a difference, there is “no guarantee” of anything happening.
“Note: everything I pass on to local/state/fed law enforcement, litigants, legislatures, journalists, etc, is always a copy,” he wrote. “And despite sharing it with individuals from all of those groups, there’s never guarantee of a productive result.”
The Amistad Project has created several federal and state lawsuits aimed at challenging the results of the presidential election and have been filed in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada, Georgia, and Arizona.