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Post No Election Fraud? Not So Fast
Created by John Eipper on 11/08/20 4:47 AM

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No Election Fraud? Not So Fast (Enrique Torner, USA, 11/08/20 4:47 am)

The different news media have finally declared Joe Biden the winner of this election, after four days of agonizing counting.

The counting, however, is far from over: there are still states counting votes, and several will or are starting a recount. This race turned out to be a razor-thin race, and not a "Blue Wave" or the polls-predicted landslide Biden victory. Most pollsters should be fired for plain incompetence.

Why this huge pollster failure?  One reason that was given was Republicans' "shyness" to express their viewpoint. I completely agree with this assessment. Given the great hatred towards Trump, Republicans are afraid to express their political viewpoint for fear of reprisals. I commend David Duggan's last post of November 6 and wonder what reactions will come out of it. I also want to equally praise Eugenio Battaglia's bravery in bringing to our attention one of the elements of fraud that were committed in this election. I wonder if they will be "crucified" by any of the many strong Democratic members of this otherwise beloved Forum: I hope not.

Democrats have disregarded all the accusations of fraud brought in by Trump as baseless, but already Supreme Court Judge Alito has ordered Pennsylvania to segregate all the votes that showed up after the closing of the polls on Tuesday night. I would say that must mean there must be a reason for this. Nobody here has mentioned that they found a software application in PA that had counted 6000 ballots as all Democratic votes that were actually all Republican votes. They had to count them by hand, and they were, in effect, all Republican votes. This defective software was used in at least 30 states! Why is hardly anybody talking about this?

Not allowing observers at polls is also unconstitutional, but that happened as well. Somebody who had been buried 6 days before the election voted. How on earth did Trump's lead in several states keep slowly and mysteriously eroding in the last two days seems highly suspicious. I was keeping track of the evolution of the vote count in the 5 swing states that were in "limbo" for several days, and I noticed that the percentage of votes counted, on several occasions, instead of going up, they were mysteriously going down! This was especially the case in PA, where the percentage of votes counted changed in the following order and manner: 89% (Trump ahead 3.4%), 87% (2.8% ahead), 86% (3%), 89% (3%), 88% (1.7%), 92% (1.7%), 92% (1%), 95% (0.3%), 98% (-0.2%). Here is where I stopped tracking, but the current count in PA shows, at 99%, as Biden being ahead 0.7%. If you don't find this progression irregular, there is something rotten in WAISland!

In Arizona, Trump keeps closing in, and it was amazingly called very early in: the Associated Press shows the count at 90%, and Trump being behind by only 0.7%. Nevada has only counted 88%, and Trump is behind by only 2%.

I'm no statistician, but, with all the irregularities found, recounts still to be done, and judicial cases still pending, I would say that "It ain't over till the fat lady sings." David Duggan said that there is only a narrow path for Trump to win, and he might be right, but, then, it might not be as narrow as he and many others think.

I wonder how many stones will be thrown at me now. Will there be any Samaritan picking me up after I'm stoned? I'd better move out of the country. "Alea, iacta est."

As a clarification, I'm not a fan of Trump, but I do stand for the Republican values and against the Biden/Harris radical agenda. I actually find Biden much more likable than Trump, but we are not voting for the most likable personality here. And, if we are talking morals, Biden could also be indicted for his involvement in the Hunter Biden "affair."

JE comments:  Enrique, we don't stone people in WAIS!  The Biden surge in the deciding states has a simple explanation:  Trump urged his followers to vote in person on election day, while Biden encouraged his people to vote early or absentee.  That the November 3rd votes were tallied first yielded the "red mirage."  In retrospect, Trump made a tactical mistake:  he should have encouraged early/absentee voting for his own camp.  At the very least, it would have neutralized the Biden "surge" phenomenon, and made the subsequent call for drawn-out recounts less ludicrous.

I would make one clarification:  the election is over, but the litigation is not.  Trump's "Hail Mary" is somehow to convince his sympathetic Supreme Court to override the people's decision.  Let us hope and trust that the Court's "originalists" this time stick to their professed legal philosophy.

Biden is radical?  Not only was he the most mainstream Democratic candidate in the primaries, I would argue that he is far less radical in Trump.  He's even conservative, if we interpret conservatism to mean a respect for the perpetuation of existing norms and political traditions.


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