Who says you need something flashy like an undercover camera busting fraudsters in the act. Sometimes it just takes someone who’s good with numbers and maybe a little coding.
You may have heard that tech types have put forward some pretty tight arguments for what they think amounts to a smoking gun for digital election fraud.
Here are three of those reasons.
First, here’s a video put out by Gateway Pundit going into the impossible statistics at play that ‘miraculously’ put Biden just over the top.
Second, here’s a snapshot of some sketchy stats in swing states:
So here are the red flags in a nutshell:
An improbably high 89-90% voter turnout in both Wisconsin and Minnesota;
Incomplete ballots where the voter cast a ballot for Biden but did not vote on a U.S. House Democrat (95% in Minnesota; 57% in Wisconsin) or where the voter cast a vote for a U.S. House Republican but did not vote for Trump (43% in Wisconsin);
Biden’s 233,000 vote lead in Minnesota in the context of a Congressional red wave, six Democrat mayors defecting to Trump in the Duluth area, and the Republicans picking up a seat in the house, does not make sense;
A violation of Wisconsin Statute 6.50 (3) by the WEC allowed as many as 234,000 “phantom” voters to cast a ballot even though by law they were supposed to be purged from the voter rolls. –AmericanThinker
Third, another techie found the exact moment of the dramatic shift in vote count, with some interesting information in that jump:
For non-programmers, here is the translation:
At 3:37 AM CST, total votes were 3,018,212; Trump had 1,536,270 votes (50.9%); Biden 1,427,614 votes (47.3%); other candidates 54,328 votes (1.8%).
At 3:42 AM CST, total votes were 3,186,598; Trump had 1,561,433 votes (49.0%); Biden 1,570,993 votes (49.3%); other candidates 54,172 votes (1.7%).
Total increase in Trump votes in 5 minutes: 25,163 (1.64%).
Total increase in Biden votes in 5 minutes: 143,379 (10.04%).
(These vote numbers are approximate because they’re calculated from the percentages, which are given to only one-tenth of 1%. But they’re good enough for statistical analysis.)
Before the Biden vote dump, both candidates’ votes were increasing at about the same rate, 1.64% per 5 minutes. So the “legitimate” Biden vote increase is likely around 23,400 votes. The remaining 119,979 votes are fake.
Adjusting the Wisconsin figures for the “votes added” fraud, we get:
Nov. 13 unofficial vote totals: Trump – 1,610,030, Biden – 1,630,570.
“Pede’s” numbers: Votes switched from Trump to Biden – 2,078; “Lost votes” – 3,408.
(Remember, I’m allocating 85% of “lost votes” to Trump, 15% to Biden).
Deduction for fraudulent electronic votes added to Biden: – 119,979.
Adjusted totals: Trump – 1,615,005 (51.7%), Biden – 1,508,970 (48.3%).
After recount, Trump wins (10 electoral votes).
That massive (almost 120K) increase in Biden votes within 5 minutes is most likely entirely electronic, without any paper ballots to back it up, which is why an honest recount of the paper ballots (a recount is underway, but I can’t guarantee it will be an honest one) will flip the state to Trump. –AmericanThinker
Current unofficial vote totals: Trump – 2,664,525; Biden – 2,790,648.
“Pede’s” numbers: Votes switched from Trump to Biden – 20,213; “Lost votes” – 21,882.
Deduction for fraudulent electronic votes added to Biden: – 159,920.
Adjusted totals: Trump – 2,703,298 (50.8%); Biden – 2,613,797 (49.2%).
Trump wins (16 electoral votes). –AmericanThinker
You can follow the links to read the rationale behind either of these latter stories.