This is Sunday morning, and I also need to rake leaves today.
There are lots of good articles out there documenting the indubitable massive election fraud that has occurred. Jay Valentine has two of those good articles.
The first is intended to make you feel more optimistic--he goes state by swing state, except I think he misses GA:
His second article explains why the Dems may have bitten off more than they can chew this time. A lot of things have changed in the world of data analysis, especially when the data is all in digital form and is basically forever. The FBI has gotten pretty good at this stuff. Valentine explains here:
Vote-counting software — checking if it actually counts votes for the right guy is something one does pretty early in the process. And if it works, it will continue to work — unless something changes.
So when you hear that there is a "glitch" in the dark of night and votes got moved around, you can bet it wasn't the lightning strike or a broken water pipe. It was someone changing something. It likely left some tracks.
And my experience is there will be lots of tracks. Competent forensic investigators know just where to look. They are likely to find that someone changed something, and it was not a "glitch."
UPDATE 1: In an otherwise fine article, Clarice Feldman includes another author's indicators of fraud that specifically target swing states:
Swing state voting irregularities:
Biden outperforms Senators in swing states, underperforms in VA, NH, RI
Biden underperforms Hillary/Obama in cities, except in MI, PA, GA, WI
Biden mail-in dumps with 100% margins
GOP lose ZERO House races
Compare that with this--note the low turnout in Philly as compared to Milwaukee (89%), which is as many expected. Blacks were disillusioned with Biden, yet that's the high turnout demographic Dems have always relied on. That correlates with the low turnout in other major metro areas like NYC and CG:
Consider Pennsylvania. The Biden candidacy was sinking like a stone in Pennsylvania in the closing days of the campaign. In plain English, Biden was toast. On November 3, Trump had a 12-point lead over Biden, amounting to a whopping 650,000 vote margin. People much smarter than me were saying on the morning of November 4 that no, there is just no way that Democrats could possibly make up the deficit, no matter how many ballots they tried to fabricate. Simply not possible! 100,000 fraudulent ballots? Easy-peasy. 200,000? Doable. 300,000? Well . . . maybe.
But 650,000? Sure, smart people said, Democrats will try their level best, but even they can’t possibly generate 650,000 fraudulent ballots.
Or . . . can they? Democrats kept counting, and counting, and counting—and they are still counting. As of this writing, that 650,000 vote lead gradually vanished, and Pennsylvania has turned blue, with a 33,000 vote Biden lead that is inching upwards. The more they counted, the more those shy Biden voters were turning out.
In the city of Philadelphia itself, 60.5 percent of the voters came out. Sounds reasonable, right? Those recent riots, arson, and looting (pardon me, those “peaceful protests”) weren’t going to stop those enthusiastic Biden supporters, even if they had to brave “peaceful protesters” to get to the polls!
But 82.3 percent of Montgomery County voters (just west of Philadelphia) came out to vote overwhelmingly for Biden and 78.6 percent of Bucks County voters (Philadelphia’s outer northeastern suburbs) couldn’t wait to darken that bubble for Joe. Meanwhile, 80.7 percent of Chester County (Philadelphia’s western suburbs) did their civic duty. Some 75 percent of Delaware County voters (south of Philadelphia) came out for that senile old geezer.
There are rumors that 750,000 more ballots have been “discovered” by Pennsylvania election officials, and are yet to be counted. It hardly needs saying that they will be overwhelmingly pro-Biden votes. If true, this will push statewide voter turnout rate to a gargantuan 82 percent—with turnout in Democratic urban/suburban counties dramatically higher than turnout in Republican-leaning ones, probably exceeding 90 percent.
This is insane. A 65-67 percent turnout is normal, 70 percent turnout is excellent. Getting a 72-73 percent turnout would be spectacular. But 82 percent? Ninety percent? The media, naturally, refuses to see anything wrong here.
Deep Blue IL turned out at only 67%--and yet that was a HUGE increase over 2016's 56%. Go figure, right?
In Was the Election Stolen from Trump? we find 12 highly suspicious circumstances or indicators of fraud (edited) and coordinated collusion to influence outcomes over the entire election cycle, in a broad sense:
1) Discussion of exit polls has disappeared from the media.
2) In the early states that reported, particularly Florida, Trump made big gains among Latinos, African Americans, and Asians.
3) In every election, early patterns suggest trends to follow, as one should be able to extrapolate from baseline results to overarching conclusions.
4) The benign interpretation of the Biden comeback would be the “Red Mirage” effect we have been warned about so extensively. We are asked to “be patient as all the votes are counted,” and as we get used to accepting elections that are not concluded on the same day but last indefinitely.
5. The New York Times needle showed North Carolina leaning toward Trump at 95 percent most of the night, ... yet North Carolina was not called despite most of the vote having come in.
6) Apart from a handful of outlets such as this one, there has been little acknowledgment of the unprecedented yearlong polling discrepancy, which dwarfs the “error” of 2016 by a large magnitude.
7) For months we seem to have been subjected to unrelenting psychological warfare warning us that there would be an illusory “Red Mirage,” that Trump would try to steal the election and that he would turn out his crazy followers on the streets in a display of fascistic violence if the results didn’t go his way.
8) The DNC openly stole the primaries from Bernie Sanders, ...
9) One of the most egregious anomalies in the Democratic primary was Maricopa County, ...
10) When Trump won Ohio by a huge margin (8 percent), the three of us on the podcast felt that it bode very poorly for Biden in Pennsylvania and the rest of the industrial Midwest.
11) Likewise, we felt that with Trump increasing his margin in Florida from 2016, and doing so well among Latinos and African Americans, Georgia and North Carolina should be out of reach for Biden.
12) The Democrats suffered substantial losses in the House, and apparently failed to win the Senate, ... how is it possible that at the same time the Democrats would do so abysmally in the House and Senate races despite spending enormous sums of money?
I agree with the author's bottom line:
Perhaps most worrisome of all is that a reign of blatant censorship has been in effect in the liberal media since March, as Big Tech appropriates more and more of the burdens of open propagation of deep state aims. The way in which Trump’s tweets since the election have been censored is a very bad sign indeed, and soon we can expect any questioning of election results to be entirely banned in the name of protecting readers from disinformation.
I hope Trump doesn’t concede as long as he is in office, and uses his remaining time to expose the potential for fraud in great detail, putting it all on record while he has the chance to do so. He should pursue every constitutional and legal means to dispute these funny results and take it all the way to Congress.
It likely won’t be long before Twitter and social media, and the media in general, ban him and anyone showing any signs of the illness known as “Trumpism” from an open platform, all in the name of protecting the public from misinformation.
The past four years represent a rolling coup d’etat against Trump’s truth-telling politics, starting from criminal investigations based on fantasy to the final insult of an election at odds with public opinion sneering at official propaganda. As with the rest of his presidency, we have seen two elections take place, one unfolding in real-time, the other playing out on the media’s timescale.
UPDATE 2: I haven't read this in detail and am about to run out for more leaf bags, but ...