Following is an article by commenter Mike Sylwester. The opinions expressed are his own, of course. I don't necessarily agree with Mike's specific assessments but my hope is that Mike's speculations will provide a basis for commentary and discussion. As Mike recognizes, we're not in a position to make final judgments--and may never be.
My own bottom line is easily summarized. This election was stolen--the anomalies we've all seen are simply not explicable in any other way than by a presumption of external manipulation that goes beyond the more traditional forms of voter fraud. This is especially apparent in the swing states--a telling indicator in itself--and we can expect (as Scott Adams predicted) more such indicators will turn up (check this one out). In those circumstances the only definitive way to get to the bottom of this--to get beyond statistical analysis--is for investigators to get their hands on Dominions records as they exist on a server. I insist that this is possible--if necessary by means of cooperation with foreign governments--but only through action by DoJ. If such action has taken place we'll be among the last to know. In the meantime, I continue to hold out hope that Trump can reverse the fraud by traditional legal means. Time will tell, of course.
The Scytl affair might be a hoax
Assuming for the sake of argument that it is not a hoax, I suggest the following scenario as a basis for consideration and discussion.
One person ("The Hacker") with the necessary access and expertise figured out how to manipulate the USA election on a large scale. If he needed some confederates, then they were only one or two.
The motivations to manipulate the election might have included the following:
* The satisfaction of accomplishing such an enormous prank.
* Justified hatred of Donald Trump (e.g. Trump is allowing a climate catastrophe).
* General concern that elections can be manipulated (the public eventually should know and demand reform).
* Personal enrichment.
If so, then the Democratic Party might not have been involved or aware at all.
Perhaps the Hacker proposed the election-manipulation to an extremely rich Trump-hater ("Zoroz"), who promised to pay The Hacker millions of dollars if the manipulation succeeded.
When the election took place, Democrats did as much cheating as they could, but The Hacker exerted the major effect on the vote counts. The Hacker affected tens of thousands of votes in the battleground states.
The Hacker documented his actions, in order to prove to Zoroz that he deserved the monetary payment.
The Hacker had not expected that Trump would get so many votes, and so The Hacker had to adjust his manipulations during and immediately after the election. These belated adjustments soon the US Government's attention to elements of the manipulation.
Eventually, the US Government identified The Hacker as the culprit and confronted him --- and/or his one or two confederates. Subsequently, The Hacker quickly confessed and provided his own documentation of the election-manipulation.
Presented with The Hacker's own confession and own documentation, the German Government allowed US forces to seize computer equipment located in Germany. (Perhaps computer equipment was seized also in other countries, including the USA, but those seizures still are secret.)
Perhaps The Hacker still is trying to protect Zoroz. The Hacker insists that he did it all on his own initiative and without anyone else's participation or knowledge.
1) The Hacker manipulated the election massively, but Biden won anyway.
2) Biden won only because The Hacker manipulated the election.
By now, the US Government, in possession of The Hacker's own documentation, has figured out which possibility is true.
There is not enough time left in the Electoral College schedule to resolve this situation in the US Judiciary.
If, however, the problem is shifted to the US House of Representatives, then the situation can be investigated until January 20, 2021.
An investigation in the US House of Representatives will be managed by the House majority -- by Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democrats. Perhaps Pelosi can be assured already that Biden won anyway, despite The Hacker's massive manipulation. If so, then the House's Republican leaders could assure Pelosi that the Republicans would go along with Biden's election.
Many elements of this situation must be arranged.
* State governors must block certifications of their state's Electoral College voters.
* The House's Democrat leaders must agree to take over the investigation.
* The House's Republican leaders must commit themselves to accept the investigation's finding.
In the meantime, this affair remains covered up. For example, the Scytl company denies stubbornly that anything has happened.
The Scytl affair will be revealed to the public only after all the relevant Government leaders have agreed to a fair investigation and resolution.