You can find a series of these videos at TGP. They require a bit of an eagle eye--you need to watch the running totals at the top/bottom of the screen and there's only minimal explanation. See what you think--I thought the first example in PA was particularly striking (Trump -20K, Biden +20K in the blink of an eye), as well as the final one in WI (a question of percentages):
As is, unfortunately, not unusual with TGP, the title doesn't necessarily match up exactly with the substance. But it's still worth checking out.
UPDATE: This is important for anyone who isn't familiar with Matt Braynard's work on this post-election. I've mentioned Braynard repeatedly, and his work is being used in many of the challenges. Epoch Times has a big article that will get you up to speed on his methodology, which focuses on the variations of voter fraud using absentee ballots and mail-in ballots:
Here are some excerpts that focus on his conclusions:
WASHINGTON—The former data and strategy director for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign says he has found enough evidence to suggest the election results could be “easily” turned to favor the current president.
“I have no confidence that Joe Biden is the deserved winner of this election, based on our findings, ...”
Braynard assembled a team just days after the election to look for inconsistencies in six contested states: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada.
The group initially identified 1.25 million voter issues and followed up on them through phone calls and by cross-checking data against other databases.Braynard assembled a team just days after the election to look for inconsistencies in six contested states: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada.
The group initially identified 1.25 million voter issues and followed up on them through phone calls and by cross-checking data against other databases.
One of Braynard’s biggest findings involved voters who had submitted a National Change of Address form to the post office, indicating they had moved out of state, yet appeared to have voted in 2020 in the state they moved from.
In Georgia, the team found 138,221 such people, which represents a much larger number than the state’s current vote differential (12,670) in the presidential race.
In Michigan, there were 51,302 such people; Wisconsin had 26,673, Nevada had 27,271, Arizona had 19,997, and Pennsylvania had 13,671.
In the five states that required a requested [mail-in] ballot, Braynard’s team found a significant number of people whom the state marked as having requested a ballot but not having returned it. Upon contacting those people, Braynard said many of them told his call team that they hadn’t requested a ballot at all. Others said they had requested and returned the ballot, but it hadn’t been marked as received or counted.
In Arizona, 44 percent of the people reached by phone said they hadn’t requested a mail-in ballot, despite the state receiving a completed ballot in their name.
In Michigan, that number was 24 percent; in Pennsylvania, 32 percent; and in Wisconsin and Georgia, 18 percent.
“Those are pretty startling numbers, ..."
That seems fair to say, doesn't it? So while the MSM tries to convince you that there's nothing to see? There's LOTS to see, and it's being dragged out into the light of day.