New evidence has surfaced showing further election irregularities that support the Trump administration’s concerns about the national voting system’s integrity.

President Donald Trump has released more proof to substantiate his allegation the Democratic Party resorted to election fraud to steal the presidential election.

Individual time-stamped entries from Michigan show the president had between a 51 and 53 percent lead over Democratic rival Joe Biden on Election Day until the following morning, on Nov. 4.

“At 6:31 a.m., a vote dump of 149,772 votes came in. Biden received 134,886 votes,” the voting tally chart said in a screenshot shared on Twitter. “That is 96% of the batch.”

The unusually high jump in votes for the Democrat effectively removed President Trump’s comfortable lead.

“After the 6:31 a.m. vote dump, Trump’s % edge dropped within striking distance for Biden,” the chart said.

The Oval Office was disappointed to see Biden’s vote tally experiencing another “miraculous increase” one day after the election.

“Look at this in Michigan! A day AFTER the election, Biden receives a dump of 134,886 votes at 6:31 a.m.,” the president said on Twitter.

The Oval Office previously went public about a similar jump in votes in Wisconsin for Biden the day after the election. Individual time-stamped entries from the Badger State also showed the incumbent had a comfortable lead against Biden until the early morning hours after Election Day.

“Trump was leading above 51% all night and then lost the lead with the data dump,” the voting tally chart said in a screenshot shared on Twitter. “Data dump giving Biden 143,379 votes at 3:42 a.m.”

The president described the jump in Biden votes as a suspicious election irregularity.

“Look at this in Wisconsin! A day after the election, Biden receives a dump of 143,379 votes at 3:42 a.m., when they learned he was losing badly,” the president said on Twitter. “This is unbelievable!”

More than half of Republican Party supporters surveyed shared the president’s disappointment because they also believe the Democrats stole the election through widespread voter fraud.

The latest Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll found 52% of Republicans believed President Trump “rightfully won” the election between Nov. 13 and 17.

In contrast, only 29 percent of Republicans believed Biden had rightfully won the presidency. The rest expressed suspicion about exactly how the Democrat had been unofficially declared the winner by mainstream media instead of the official Federal Election Commission.

Sixty-eight percent of Republicans complained about the election being “rigged,” while 16 percent of Democrats and a third of independents expressed similar concerns.

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