Monday, November 9, 2020

Vox Popoli: This is what voter fraud looks like


Here you can see, very clearly, the way that the votes that were counted in Wisconsin after the pause ceased to fit the statistical norm that preceded it. The ratio of Biden votes to Trump votes inexplicably rose to a consistent level, in obvious violation of the statistical probabilities. There is very little question, at this point, that a considerable amount of pro-Biden voter fraud took place after the late-night halt of the vote-counting on November 3rd in the battleground states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.

Around 4am there, there is a marked shift in the ratio of D to R mail-in ballots. Based on other posts in this thread, this should not happen. This is an anomaly, and while anomalies are not always fraud, often they may point to fraud. 

For a more detailed explication of what that chart represents, read this time-series analysis of the electoral data in several swing states.

UPDATE: An informative exchange:

Maria Bartiromo: "Will the President concede anytime soon?"

Rudy Giuliani: "At this point it would be wrong for him to concede. There is strong evidence that this was an election that in at least 3 or 4 states, and possibly 10, it was stolen."

I'll bet Minnesota was one of the 10. No one is looking at it now, but the fact that Biden had 107,397 more votes in Hennepin County and 29,744 more votes in Ramsey County than the 2008-2016 averages recorded by Obama and Clinton strongly suggests that there was a massive amount of election fraud taking place there too.

UPDATE: There is no transition scheduled.

The administrator of the General Services Administration, the low-profile agency in charge of federal buildings, has a little-known role when a new president is elected: to sign paperwork officially turning over millions of dollars, as well as give access to government officials, office space in agencies and equipment authorized for the taxpayer-funded transition teams of the winner.

It amounts to a formal declaration by the federal government, outside of the media, of the winner of the presidential race. But by Sunday evening, almost 36 hours after media outlets projected Biden as the winner, GSA Administrator Emily Murphy had written no such letter. And the Trump administration, in keeping with the president’s failure to concede the election, has no immediate plans to sign one.