2020 Election Statistical Anomalies
Joe Biden’s lead in the 2020 presidential election tally has come as a result of highly unusual voting patterns. Biden lost 18 of 19 bellwether counties, which predicted the winner of the presidential race every time since 1980. Biden got nearly 12 million more votes than President Obama did in 2008, yet he had fewer votes than Obama in 70.7% of counties (2,228 out of 3,152).
Republican House candidates won 27 out of the 27 races that were considered “toss-ups” by the New York Times, and it is extremely rare for an incumbent president to win seats in the house and lose re-election. No presidential incumbent in the past 100 years has increased his vote and lost re-election. No incumbent that has won over 75% of the primary vote (Trump received 94%) has ever lost re-election.
Also, sudden increases in votes in the middle of the night in key swing states were found to favor Biden at extraordinarily improbable rates. Some states have more votes than people who voted. This series of highly unusual events raises the possibility — in our view, the probability — that it was not all just a series of coincidences but can instead be explained by fraud that must at least be thoroughly investigated.
No incumbent president in nearly a century and a half has gained votes in a re-election campaign and still lost. Even more unbelievably, Biden is on his way to winning the White House after having lost almost every historic bellwether county across the country.
Ben Turner, who used to be the chief actuary at Texas Mutual Workers’ Compensation Insurance, now runs Fraud Spotters, a consultancy specializing in detecting insurance fraud.
A group of state legislators in Pennsylvania released a joint statement on Dec. 28 revealing troubling discrepancies between the numbers of total votes counted and the total number of voters who voted in the 2020 General Election.
Jesse R. Binnall, an attorney representing the Trump campaign, testified that there were at least 130,000 fraudulent votes in Nevada at the Senate hearing about 2020 election irregularities on Dec. 16, 2020. Biden’s margin over Trump in Nevada is only 33,596 votes.
U.S. Senate Hearing Testimony: 200,000 Improper Mail-Ins in Wisconsin Significant Enough to Overturn the Election
James R. Troupis, an attorney in Wisconsin, testified that there were at least 200,000 illegally cast mail-in ballots in Wisconsin at the Senate hearing about 2020 election irregularities on Dec. 16. Biden’s lead over Trump in Wisconsin is only 20,682 votes.
A professor of mathematics at Williams College, in a sworn affidavit, flagged nearly 100,000 ballots in Pennsylvania after analyzing election data and phone interviews.