Debunked?: An auditor reviews the 2020 election―and the lessons learned

Debunked?: An auditor reviews the 2020 election―and the lessons learned


Author: Joseph N. Fried, CPA

Publisher: Republic Book Publishers

Published Date: January 16, 2024

Pages: 320

Dimension: 7.2 X 9.6 X 1.1 inches | 1.2 pounds

Language: English

SKU: ISBN#: 9781645720751 Categories: ,

Perhaps no issue in America has been more polarizing than the 2020 Presidential election. On one side there are claims of a “stolen” election, foreign infiltration of election equipment, middle-of-the-night ballot dumps, and impossible mathematical anomalies. On the other side, everything is dismissed as “baseless,” “debunked,” and “conspiratorial.”

This controversy goes directly to the integrity of our vote, a topic that should interest and concern us all. Yet despite the importance of this controversy, very little objective analysis is available, and there is a reason. Some people are afraid to touch this subject. A careless comment could cause the loss of friends, business, and even employment.

Debunked? fearlessly fills this void—with facts. Written by a veteran auditor, it provides a reasoned, in-depth examination of the many controversies in the election, including:

  • Dominion Voting Systems
  • The “Kraken” lawsuits
  • Missing signature standards
  • Mike Lindell
  • Drop boxes
  • Cyber irregularities
  • Mail-in ballots
  • Ballot harvesting
  • Illegal certifications
  • Noncitizen voting

Those issues, and many more, are analyzed thoroughly, fairly, and respectfully.

Without a doubt, the most controversial section of the book will be the detailed and quantified analysis of the election in each of 6 swing states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. For each of those states, the decision to certify the election is given a thumbs up—or down. Conclusions are fully supported.

The sanctity of our vote could easily be considered the key footing in the foundation of our democracy. But, given the extreme censorship of this subject, the public is largely unaware of the issues in this book. Reading it provides important insights into one of the key controversies of our age and should, perhaps, encourage us all to demand that our votes are considered sacrosanct.