The Statistical Improbability of Biden Winning More Votes than Trump

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Steve Cortes lays out four cases of statistical irregularities that provide more than enough reasonable suspicion to require hand recounts and immediate investigation into fraudulent activities. The voter turnout is suspect as Wisconsin had 90% voter turnout, which is too high to be plausible. The breakouts higher for Biden relative to Obama’s performances in key areas simply do not seem credible. Reports indicate that 450,000 Biden-only ballots were cast, meaning the voter allegedly selected Biden but then neglected down-ballot candidates, including closely-contested Senate and House races. Democratic governors clamored for massive amounts of mail-in voting, knowing full well that most states would become overwhelmed.

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Ross
Ross
5 months ago

Why can’t we share this on MeWe or Parler?

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