By Rob Meyne
- Nov. 4, 2021
- 1-min read
One of the ways courts, auditors, regulators, and other investigators determine the likelihood of a specific act is through statistical analysis. It is hugely useful in not determining exactly what did or did not happen – a crime, embezzlement, etc. – but it gives you a good idea where to look further.
In regard to 2020, there is a lot of information that screams loudly that something wasn’t right. When a series of things happen that were statistically nearly impossible, the result was, too.
Every four years, Census takes a measure of how many people report having voted. Every time, the results they get are very close to the actual turnout. This year, however, the Census number suggested there were some 5 million more votes counted than cast. This has never happened before.
This linked article (Chronicles: Biden’s Inexplicable Victory) discusses eleven different statistical or historical anomalies that we are to believe occurred in 2020. None of them suggests a Biden victory was likely. Essentially all of them suggest Trump was not only a favorite, but a prohibitive one, and likely won in terms of legal votes that were counted accurately.
Trump supporters were far more enthusiastic; attendance at his events was through the roof, and just the energy and effort of the campaign was hugely in favor of the GOP. Biden didn’t so much as run for office as nap for it. He seldom even left his basement.
His efforts were so weak it was actually news when he took a campaign trip. Yet, we are supposed to believe that he bucked historical and statistical trends to win an unlikely victory. Sure.
There are 19 counties that have, since 1980, all voted for the winner. These include my home of Vigo County, Indiana. Until 2020, that is. This year, suddenly, we are to believe they all got it wrong. Never happened in the last 40 years, but Biden is just apparently magical!
Another point –- and do yourself a favor, read the article -– is from the Census Bureau. Every four years, Census takes a measure of how many people report having voted. Every time, the results they get are very close to the actual turnout. This year, however, the Census number suggested there were some 5 million more votes counted than cast. This has never happened before.
In any event, the election was also much, much closer than you have been led to believe. If less than 50,000 votes, in three states, and a handful of counties therein, were changed, it would have changed the outcome.
Those who claim there is no reason to think the result was fraudulent and corrupt either haven’t looked at the data, reflected in the attached, or they’re lying. Surely it is the former. Political types wouldn’t lie, would they?