The first thing you learn on the internet is that people brag about things they never did. So, even though Kiel Fauxton claims he worked for the DNC does not mean he did. And although he bragged about throwing out tens of thousands of votes for Trump does not mean he really did it.Of course it doesn’t mean he didn’t.
Fauxton bragged on his Facebook page that he threw out tens of thousands of votes for Trump and he also claimed that some of his co-workers did too. That would seem like a lot of votes thrown away. He may have embellished the numbers even if what he says has an ounce of truth in it.
One thing that is curious is that the number of votes recorded in Wayne County in 2016 was 179,841 votes more than was cast this year. That is odd since this year’s election had a really high turn out rate. In fact, I believe it is an all time record. And president Trump had 143,979 25.46% of the vote this year and 228,313; 29.29 percent in 2016.
Of course this proves nothing but thought I would mention it in case this guy’s story was true. I have my doubts about this but I have been wrong before and will be again. He got 4% less of the vote this time around and had he matched 2016 it would go a long way towards cutting Trump’s deficit. Nut until there is proof, nothing happened.
Fauxton objected to being called a self proclaimed Marxist. He said just calling him a Marxist is fine but self proclaimed is unnecessary.
We cannot confirm the authenticity of his claim, but we can confirm that after Fauxton’s message started to circulate on Facebook, two of his three accounts went missing. The original message we got on Facebook when we clicked on his account said that the content isn’t available, but now two of his accounts, including the one where he bragged about stealing Trump ballots, have disappeared. The account that lists Fauxton as a Cuban resident is still active.
Fortunately, before Facebook shut down two of his accounts, we were able to capture several screenshots. In the post below, Fauxton reposted a photo that was originally posted by “Mandy Leigh,” who said, “There’s something inherently funny about this picture of a bunch of college Republicans “protesting” to try to stop the ballot count. Fauxton, the guy who just bragged about throwing out tens of thousands of Trump ballots, mocked the group of young Republican kids, saying, “Detroit really showin up”
I can’t wait to see how this works out. Either way. Fauxton will pay a price for that posting whether he is lying or not. Lying about this does not look good on a resume.