There's been a lot of discussion about the probability that computerized election fraud occurred during this past election. For my own part, I think I've made it clear that I find the various anomalies that have been well documented to be inexplicable except on the hypothesis of human intervention in the election process--one way or the other. The "facts" were being asked to accept just don't make sense, and the patterns we're seeing in the voting returns are--at this point--hard to explain absent fraud. Especially when coupled with events like that late night "shutdowns" of vote counting and discovery of large numbers of "Biden-only" ballots in the dead of night--after GOP observers were sent home.
To start the day I'd like to strongly recommend Andrea Widburg's blog at American Thinker, as a basis for renewed discussion:
At the bottom of the blog is the following 70 minute Youtube presentation by Shiva Ayyadurai. Ayyadurai is highly credentialed but "controversial." Several commenters have linked to his presentation, and I've listened to a very brief version. See what you think, but read Widburg's blog as well. She's a lawyer and presents her argument clearly.