I’ve been open about the fact that I think the election results are suspicious. There was definite voter fraud and the brazenness of that fraud was astounding and shocking, especially the number of votes from non-citizens. And the problematic, fake news media is trying to cover up any examples of voter fraud. So are the “fact-checkers.” And Big Tech is trying to do the same with social media censorship. And the Democrats categorically deny that any fraud whatsoever happened. All of that makes it clear, to me, at least, that the election results are suspicious and should be investigated.
But it’s not enough to just say that the election results are suspicious and that voter fraud occurred without providing specific proof. I already covered the most egregious examples of it from election day, so, in this article, I will cover four of the even more suspect aspects of this election, most of which have to do with mail-in votes.
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Reason #1 Why the Election Results are Suspicious: Vote Tabulation feeds Suggest Trump is Missing Votes
In a recent Just the News article entitled “Vote tabulation feeds in PA, GA show ‘anomalies’ suggesting Trump missing votes,” Carrie Sheffield exposed a big reason why the election results are suspicious and should not yet be treated as valid: it looks like Trump received votes that were never counted. Here is what she had to say:
“Vote tabulation data in various battleground states contain “anomalies” with massive swings toward Joe Biden that suggest missing ballots for President Trump, according to data expert Justin Hart…
Hart’s calculation showing that Trump would have had to lose votes in Pennsylvania if the real-time, individual, timed stamped entries from The New York Times were accurate...
Hart said his analysis of Pennsylvania was based on the percentage change that would have had to have occurred to have that level of swing toward Biden and away from Trump, which would yield votes lost for the president if the tally was accurate.”
Furthermore, the same article included a selection tweets from that data scientist, Justin Hart, that explained what he meant when he said that Trump is missing votes:
All of that goes to show that the election results are suspicious. They didn’t make sense when they started to come in and make even less sense now, unless you include the possibility of fraud and corruption.
Reason #2: Dominion Voting Systems
Then there’s Dominion Voting Systems, which is one of the main reasons that I think the election results are suspicious. In the same Just the News article, data scientist Justin Hart explains one potential set of problems with Dominion:
“When you go look at, for example, the training videos on Dominion, you realize how quickly all this can go south, there’s so much room for user error. And I’ve worked in enterprise workflows before—both in healthcare and startups and in government, when I was working for different political entities–and one of the things you quickly realize is when you have a workflow or a flow that someone needs to follow, is remove as much user input as needed. Because otherwise there’s just going to be mistakes, and there’s so much room for awfulness there that it just blows the mind. And every IT person is just cringing when they look at these videos.”
Hart said the Dominion training videos, for example, shows that when votes are tallied and they’re ready to be added together, “you go to the shared drive and you select the files that you want to use, and then you upload them, be sure to check this file—so much room for user error, let alone the fraud applications, it’s just a lot of room for error.”
But it’s not just the training videos and possibility of deleting or adding votes behind why the election results are suspicious. The other problem with Dominion is its history. Sidney Powell recently explained that history:
Here is one highlight from what she said:
“It was created so Hugo Chavez would never lose another election, and he did not after that software was created…He won every single election and then they exported it to Argentina and other countries in South America, and then they brought it here.”
So, yes, the Dominion Voting Systems is suspect and its widespread use means that the election results are suspicious. If bad actors can flip votes, delete votes, and add votes for candidates they prefer, not to mention the sordid history of Dominion, then how can we trust the results that come from those machines?
Reason #3 Why the Election Results are Suspect: Joe Biden’s Vote Margins Among Mail-In Ballots in Some Areas
In a terrific Blaze article entitled “New analysis shows Biden winning nearly impossible margins on mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania,” Daniel Horowitz shows yet another reason why the election results are suspect- Biden won impossible to achieve margins in some batches of votes. Here is what he had to say:
“Here are the facts. We know that 2.6 million mail-in ballots have been counted in the Pennsylvania election returns, in addition to nearly 4.2 million Election Day votes. We also know from the secretary of state that Trump won Election Day votes, 2.7 million to 1.4 million. But we are to believe that Biden won 76% of mail-in ballots.
Yes, mail-ins overwhelmingly skewed Democrat, like Election Day votes skewed Republican, but they were not all from Democrats. We know that 64.7% of those votes were from registered Democrats, 23.7% from Republicans, and 11.6% from nonpartisan or other party voters…
…had Biden won 95% of returned Democrat mail-in votes, 21% of returned Republican votes, and 80% of returned independent votes, he would still have come up short of his margin of victory reported in the unofficial tally.”
Horowitz then went on to include a tweet that shows the arithmetic behind why the election results are suspicious, especially in Pennsylvania:
Horowitz then goes on to explain why the percentages of votes that Biden would have had to win are utterly unbelievable and show that the election results are suspicious:
“There is no way Biden won 21% of mail-in ballots from registered Republicans in this state. Exit polls showed Biden getting just 8% of the GOP vote overall. While the 95% number for Democrat mail-ins is more believable (exits showed him getting 92%), the notion that 80% of mail-ins from independents went to Biden is nearly impossible. Exit polls showed Biden winning 52% of the vote of independents overall.”
Reason #4: So Few Mail-In Ballots were Rejected
The final reason why the election results are suspicious that I’ll delve into in this article is that a far smaller than normal percentage of the mail-in ballots were thrown out. Normally, you’d expect that if more people were mailing in votes for the first time, a larger number of them would be incorrectly filled out and thus discarded. At the very least, you’d expect it to be about an average year in terms of rejected ballots.
But that didn’t happen this year. No, in the 2020 election, a far smaller number of mail-in ballots were rejected than usual, which makes the results even more suspicious. Here’s what Horowitz had to say about why the rejection rate means that the election results are suspicious:
“According to the 2016 Election Administration and Voting Survey, the rejection rate last election was just a tad under 1% in the Keystone State, even though there were only 266K mail-in ballots, which are mainly those who have experience filling out absentee ballots. This year, with 2.6 million mail-ins, consisting primarily of first-timers, we are to believe that just 0.038% were invalid?
Some estimates show that mail-in ballots from first-timers are three times more likely to be rejected. Yet we are to believe the acceptance rate this year was 27 times higher than in 2016?”
That makes no sense. Why were so few ballots rejected this year compared to last year, especially since there were far more first-time voters than normal?
Conclusion: The Election Results are Suspicious and Should be Treated as Such
Hopefully, by now, you see why it’s not a conspiracy theory to say that the election results are suspicious. Dominion Voting Systems has a sordid history and could have been used to change votes, add votes, or delete votes. The rejection rate of mail-in ballots, which were a bad idea from the start, makes no sense. Biden’s percentage of mail-in ballots won makes no sense. And it looks like some votes for Trump were not counted. Don’t trust them. Demand election integrity and demand that your state’s secretary of state looks into these irregularities. Republicans are fading away and deserting Trump. Don’t let your state or federal representatives do that!
By: Gen Z Conservative
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