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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Red Flags

Given the "red flags" that we'll discuss in the body of this post, Donald Trump has every right to challenge election results in PA, MI, WS, GA, NV and AZ. But reality always holds sway, and the simple reality of a presidential election is that no court wants to overturn the result, no matter how egregious the actions and resulting data are for any vote count in any state or blue city. 

If the election outcome is a foregone conclusion (as I think it is), then why bother discussing any of this? After all, the Dems and their trained hamsters in the media would prefer a quick concession. That way, wrong doing—and there is every indication that wrong doing and outright voter fraud did occur—would be swept under the rug, leaving the door open for a repeat in both local elections in 2022 and the national election in 2024. That should not be allowed to happen. As they say, "sunlight is the best disinfectant," and right now, the Dems don't want any sunlight to shine on anything that happened in PA, MI, WS, GA, NV and AZ.

Because the media outright refuses to cover this story, except to gaslight the public by indicating that there is no evidence (a lie) and that it's all about "sore losers" and "conspiracy theorists", it's important to let the Democrats know that some of us understand the broad outlines of what was done and that we'll be watching much more carefully in the future. This election's red flags indicate that Democrats in big, blue cities in battleground states will do and have done whatever is necessary to ensure that their state went blue—up to and including voter fraud. They claim that Donald Trump was/is a "threat to democracy," but actually, their actions in corrupting the voting process are a far, far greater threat.

No matter. Trump will be out and Biden will be in, even if the result in places that mattered is tainted by foul play.  


The Democrats and their trained hamsters in the media dismiss dozens of anomalous data points that swirl around the 2020 presidential election. They tell us this with an absolute certainty that is a key indicator of gaslighting: No, what you're seeing isn't real. There is no voter fraud. Anyone who claims otherwise is wrong, or worse, crazy!

And yet, the red flags that make even the most casual observer begin to ask questions grow by the day. Steve Cortez provides an analysis in which he defines four categories of red flags: (1) improbably high turnout only in blue cities in battleground states, (2) Biden Outperformance in minority communities relative to Barack Obama, (3) Biden-only ballots—no other races were checked on the ballot, and (4) lack of vetting for mail-in ballots. Cortez comments:

The statistical case, in isolation, does not prove fraud. But the confluence of highly unlikely results does, emphatically, paint of picture of utter improbability.

Any one of these four factors alone would cast intense doubt upon election results.

Put all four together, and the result is a seemingly impossible statistical perfect storm.

To use a sports analogy, it would be a team pitching a perfect game in the World Series.  Not one game, nor two…but in all four games to “sweep” via pitching perfection.

Is it possible?  Theoretically, sure. Is it probable? Hell no ...

The Dems and their trained hamsters rebut this argument by saying, where's the proof? But no set of numbers, no amount of data, no red flags will be sufficient for them to get behind a full investigation of vote processing in GA, WS, MI and PA and AZ. Here are some numbers and some indisputable facts:

  • Tranches of mail-in ballots in battleground states had ridiculously high percentages for Biden, particularly those counted late in the process (see the Update-1). For example, in PA, Allegheny County reported its first round of roughly 80,000 mail-in ballots with 80% coming in for Joe Biden. That's an extraordinarily high D to R ratio.
  • The D to R ratio for mail-in votes in battle ground blue cities is significantly higher than the D to R ratio in equivalent blue cities that were not in battleground states. That is statistically improbable. See Update-1.
  • Joe Biden outperformed Barack Obama in urban voting, implying that enthusiasm for Biden was higher than enthusiasm for Obama in 2008, 2012. Possible, but very unlikely.
  • GOP poll observers were removed or unreasonably distanced in some battleground states. When they were removed, poll workers in PA literally cheered (on video).
  • Tens of thousands of late-counted mail in ballots in battleground states had only the Biden box checked, no others. Nationwide, the number was 450,000. That's very odd and indicates that possibly, those ballots were filled out after the fact, when there wasn't time to complete the entire ballot.
  • In GA, votes for Donald Trump were nearly identical to the votes cast for the GOP's U.S. Senate candidates (there was a difference of 818 votes). Biden's votes, on the other hand, did not track with the Dem's U.S. Senate candidates. He got 95,801 votes more. Odd.
  • Dem poll workers outnumbered GOP poll workers by 3:1. That's a partisan advantage that is dangerous when voting accuracy is considered.
  • In some battleground locales the percentage of legal voters who were claimed to have actually voted approached 90%. That's unusually high, in fact, it is unprecedented in the United States.

Larry Correia comments on the 90 percent turnout in WS:

... the high turn out is the average for the state, but when you drill down on the source of these statistically improbable blue vote dumps, they’ve got districts with TWO HUNDRED PERCENT TURN OUT. ...There’s 7 over 100%, and a ton of them in the 90s.  

Now the quick ... explanation for this is that Wisconsin has same day registration (again, a fraudster's dream) and thousands of people ignored months of TV and social media beating them over the head to get registered to vote, and just decided to do it at the last minute because Biden is just that awesome/Trump is just that bad.

Except if you’re an auditor, when you see super suspicious spikes like that in certain places, the first thing we think is that’s the place where you’ve got somebody over the controls colluding ...

200% turn out is f**king insane. Same day voting or not. That’s madness. 

Finally, there's this comment from Stephen Green, who consolidates all the red flags into a single thought:

The only states that couldn’t seem to count their ballots on time, the only states where the allegedly dead rise to vote, the only states where turnout in places apparently exceeded the number of registered voters, the only states reported by whistleblowers for ignoring their own laws on accepting mail-in ballots [that were late], the only states that keep finding substantial numbers of new ballots, the only states with reports of substantial numbers of destroyed or lost ballots, the only states where we see reports of thousands upon thousands of ballots that are marked only for Joe Biden and no other candidates in any other race…

…all of these things are happening only in states where the outcome was ever in doubt. And — oh, yeah, this last bit seems germane — all these antics seem to be happening only in Democrat-run cities in these swing states.

Over the past few days even the most effective gaslighters have  been confronted with so many red flags, they've modified their language: Originally it was: "The is no voter fraud." Now: "There is no widespread voter fraud." They're right. The fraud might not be "widespread" across the country—it appears to be concentrated in battleground states and the blue cities within those states.

And those of us who point that out are accused of being  "sore losers" or "conspiracy theorists." Not at all like the Democrats in 2016 who were gracious in defeat, refused to investigate specious claims of Russian collusion, embraced the newly-elected president in an effort to give him a chance, and called for 'unity' immediately after the 2016 election ... oh, wait ...


In a thorough statistical analysis of actual voting numbers for PA, MI, WS, and GA, as well as a few other states, the authors find that in key battleground states:

“... as counting continues (late on election day and into Wednesday), the D to R ratio in mail-in ballots inexplicably begins increasing. Again, this should not happen, and it is observed almost nowhere else in the country, because all of the [mail-in] ballots are randomly shuffled in the mail system and should be homogeneous during counting. The only exceptions to this are other suspect states that also have anomalies.”

The problem for election officials is that the D to R ratio did NOT change across most states, even as mail-in ballots were counted through the night. However, in PA, GA, MI, and WS, the ratio exhibited a decided move in favor of Biden. This should not happen because legitimate mail-in ballots came in through the USPS and were randomized during their movement through the mail system. There should have been no or very little change in the D to R ratio for mail-in ballots that arrived later. Yet, that's exactly what happened once the vote tallies indicated that Trump was ahead (way ahead in PA).

The analysis relies on math, meaning that the Dems' innumerate trained hamsters in the media will neither understand nor report it. 

... these ballots were not sampled from the real Wisconsin voter population, and they were not randomized in the mail sorting system with the other ballots. They inherently have a different D to R signature ... than the rest of the ballots, quite possibly because additional ballots were added to the batch, either through backdating or ballot manufacturing, or software tampering. 

Hmmm ... the situation described is yet another red flag that might indicate voting irregularities. 


Richard Fernandez, as he always does, gets to the heart of all of this:

Many, many people, I suspect, understand that something rotten happened, but they "don't want to go there." That, I further suspect, includes many judges on many courts across the land. If, in fact, the Dems knowingly participated in voter fraud, it might be because in their words and their actions, they no longer believe that we are a "Shining City on the Hill" but rather a broken country that only they can fix. There are almost 71 million people who disagree, and there are no "red flags" associated with their votes.