Prominent Math Prof Declares In Sworn Statement That Up To 100K Ballots In Pennsylvania May Not Be Legit

Written by Wes Walker on November 24, 2020

Are those media calls for ‘more evidence’ honest? Or are they trying to deflect from public questions about the very voter integrity they spent 4 years feigning so much concern about?

Evidence comes in a lot of different flavors, doesn’t it?

Sometimes, you will have something as direct as a signed confession by the people who did it, or whistleblowers step up to testify, or video evidence of a crime in progress turns up. (Interestingly, there are examples of affidavits or hidden-camera footage of each of these among the evidence being gathered in the Trump team.)

Other times, you will find indirect evidence, say, a gun owner being unable to account for the whereabouts of his firearm, or the combination of ‘means, motive, and opportunity’.

Sometimes it’s a simple numbers game — credit card purchases, for example, lining up with known incidents in the timeline. (Or, in the case of Jussie Smollet, an embarrassingly damning receipt.)

What might such a red flag look like in a voter fraud investigation? How about a statistics expert predicting almost 100,000 ballots received from people who claim not to have sent one in. Because that’s what a trained specialist claims he found when reviewing the numbers in Pennsylvania.

Strictly speaking, the man is an ‘expert witness’ by definition.

If this math expert’s assertions are correct, this isn’t merely voter suppression… this is disenfranchisement by the actual theft of a staggering number of lawful votes.

Williams College Professor Steven Miller, a Yale and Princeton trained math expert, said he analyzed Pennsylvania ballot data collected by former Trump campaign data chief Matt Braynard as well as 2,684 voter interviews conducted by a phone bank and found two concerning patterns. One involved possible votes that were not counted, the other ballots that appeared to be requested by someone other than a registered voter.

“I estimate that the number of ballots that were either requested by someone other than the registered Republican or requested and returned but not counted range from 89,397 to 98,801,” Miller said in the sworn statement provided to Just the News.

According to Pennsylvania state data for early and absentee ballot requests, there are roughly 165,000 ballots requested in the names of registered GOP voters that had not been counted as of Nov. 16. –JustTheNews

If anyone is wondering why ClashDaily isn’t getting too excited about the lawsuit either way, it’s because the real test will be if/when this winds its way to be heard by SCOTUS. Any decision at a lower court will be hotly contested by the other side, regardless of the ruling.

The equal protection clause is interesting, as is the failure of Pennsylvania to obey explicit instructions from Justice Alito, the application of ‘rules’ that were not authorized by the State Legislature who has SOLE authority to set such rules, and now, we have evidence of people casting ballots unlawfully on the behalf of another citizen.

Leaving aside all the drama playing out by talking heads on both sides, it’s the court’s response to straightforward questions like those above that will eventually make all the difference in whether moving trucks show up to the White House in January or not.

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