Statistical Impossibilities in Wisconsin and Michigan
In the State of Wisconsin, voter turnout matched the record high of 2004 according to the Wisconsin Election Commission. Erstwhile turnout was 67 percent in 2016; 70 percent in 2012; 69 percent in 2008; and 73 percent in 2004. Apparently Biden bested Obama’s 2008 turnout. In both Michigan and Wisconsin, several vote dumps occurred at approximately 3-4AM on Wednesday morning following Super Tuesday, which appeared to show Joe Biden received almost 100 percent of the votes in those batches. Whereas Trump hitherto was leading by hundreds of votes in both states, and suddenly that morning we’re expected to believe a huge multiplicity of votes occurred, almost entirely for Biden. Imagine flipping a coin hundreds of thousands of times and it lands on heads an average of 51.8% of the time, and then suddenly a new array of coin tosses occurs thousands of more times and 97% of those coin tosses show up as tails; anyone with the most rudimentary understanding of statistics, probability, and quantitative methods would know it’s suspect if they’re honest with themselves and others. The ratios across multiple states appeared the same which is mathematically impossible. This is the fraud scheme Democrats and the mass-media expect us to believe. The fact that many voters voted for Biden but not for candidates in other races, Sidney Powell observed, is indicative of systemic fraud as well.
Other discrepancies are legion. As Sidney Powell stated, “There are a stunning 3,276 precincts [in Michigan] where the presidential votes cast compared to the estimated voters … ranges from 84 percent to 350 percent … [revealing] 431,954 excess ballots.” “Excess ballots” is a refined way of stating “election fraud.”
Dominion Voting Systems’ security has more holes in it than the Iraqi Navy.
In Pennsylvania Trump had a dramatic lead over Biden on Super Tuesday. This lead was erased by Wedneday morning, and these absentee mail-in ballots kept coming Thursday and Friday amid claims the mail was delayed, and the Pa. Board of Elections ‘allowed’ it. So, the predicaments for the Bidenistas is that there are constitutional issues that come down to simple legal questions at stake, such as the arbitrariness of Pennsylvania’s Board of Election extending the window for late-voting. All of this happened in the backdrop of convenient claims of USPS mail delays, and whistleblower allegations of USPS officials backdating timestamps in this late mail drop of ballots. Because the issue of the acceptance of these ballots in Pennsylvania comes down to a legal question of ‘did the Board of Elections exceed its authority?,’ evidence of fraud won’t be pertinent to simply demonstrating that the Board of Elections surpassed its authority on constitutional grounds.* This case in Pennsylvania is thus a softball for the Republican legal team. Even liberal attorney Alan Dershowitz stated plainly the case for Trump in Pennsylvania is strong, (and while implicitly expecting Democratic-dominated courts to go in their preferred direction,) Dershowitz was ultimately pointing to how the Supreme Court of the United States would likely rule favorably for Team Trump. “Pennsylvania is the strongest place for President Trump to be able to bring the lawsuit because he has a pure constitutional issue there” impliedly with no evidentiary burden. “What happened,” Dershowitz adds, “is the judiciary extended the time for accepting ballots, mail-in ballots, by three days beyond what the legislature did.” Of Sidney Powell’s case, “That’s a very sound legal argument, and it would probably prevail in the United States Supreme Court,” Dershowitz said. “In other words, the legal issue may very well be on the side of President Trump in Pennsylvania. The question is whether the numbers will make a difference.”
For me it seems evident that the Trump legal team can win its litigation before the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Republican Party has a fighter that will press his case, and not pull a ‘Mitt Romney’ and surrender easily in the face of this audacious fraud by the Bidenistas.
The Georgia U.S. Senate race with David Perdue is obviously very relevant to the political future as well, and it occurs in January. Perdue lead within a few tenths of a percent of the 50% plus one requirement to secure the victory, invoking Georgia’s unusual runoff election standard. The incentive for Democrats to campaign hard or commit fraud hard are here as well. It will likely have more money flowing into the campaigns than any U.S. Senate race in history.
* Note: Delegata potestas non potest delegari is a principle in constitutional and administrative law that translate in Latin that “no delegated powers can be further delegated.” Thus the Board of Elections cannot become the state legislature at the eleventh hour, and go beyond discretionary matters to essentially legislate at the eleventh hour.