I'm not mathematician, so I can't explain this. I'll let the Twitter threads speak for themselves--with a hat tip to TGP, where I found this.
You may recall that an Ivy League math professor, Steven J. Miller, previously testified about statistical anomalies in the Pennsylvania vote. Later, a "mathematician and expert witness" testified for the Trump campaign in Arizona, again pointing out statistical anomalies. This second mathematician is named Bobby Piton, but I've been unable to come up with his bio quickly. Twitter suspended Piton for his AZ testimony. At any rate, Piton has now examined the PA and GA votes from a rather novel perspective--a statistical analysis of Last Names. His research--if I understand it correctly--indicates that votes were deducted in PA. LOTS of votes.
What follows is my editing of Piton's new Twitter thread, which explains his analysis of the PA vote. That is followed by his conclusions which correlate PA and GA. See what you make of it. My understanding of what he's saying about PA--and I may be mistaken--goes like this:
Piton identified 521,879 Last Names that were used in the PA vote. Of those, 47% belong to "one and only one person." So Piton then looked at the names that had multiple persons attached to them. By looking at just the 1000 most common Last Names and discovered that there were nearly 700K fewer of these people who voted than statistics would project. That's a pretty huge anomaly.
Based on what he discovered, Piton concludes:
Based on my findings a sophisticated State Actor was able to optimize a desired outcome for both the State of Georgia and the State of Pennsylvania.
OK, so first we have Piton's summary of his PA findings:
I have some absolutely Stunning News to report regarding PA.
I examined just over 9,008,753 records and have identified 521,879 unique Last Names.
245,033 or just under 47% of the total Last Names in PA only belong to 1 and only 1 person! Once again, no brothers, sisters, aunts, cousins, parents that share this particular last name out of 9 Million records.
Upon looking at the TOP 1000 Last Names in PA, I have discovered that PA has 695,430 Fewer People in the top 1000 Last Names.
Literally, there are
- 14,776 fewer Smiths, than should be there.
- 19,591 Williams have gone missing,
- 30,830 Johnson's are no where to be found.
- 11,656 Jacksons went MIA.
What in the world is going on in PA? Exactly 500 of the top 1000 names in PA have a deficit in the number of people that should be there.
The Tally for these 500 Negative Names (below Nationwide Estimate) is 958,044. This is astounding 695,000 to 958,000 just got up and vanished out of PA. President Trump, I have a breakdown by Last Name of all of the people that have been gone missing.
I am a loss for words that I am looking at such INSANE Outright Fraud. That almost 1 million Americans had their Vote STOLEN from them! Arrests need to be made for this crime against the Great State of Pennsylvania.
Next, we look at Piton's conclusions, in which he correlates the PA voting results with those in GA and suggests that there was coordination between the two states. Please don't ask me how that works!
Please have someone check all of my work immediately regarding PA and GA. Based on my findings a sophisticated State Actor was able to optimize a desired outcome for both the State of Georgia and the State of Pennsylvania. I'm showing the Shortage in PA almost perfectly offsetting the Overage in GA on the top 100 Last Names (2 million voting records)
Once this is confirmed.. you will have the proverbial smoking gun of ForeignElectionInterference @GenFlynn @robert_spalding
When taking the top 100 Names in PA, you will find there are about 440,000 LAST Names from what is suggested there should be based on National Data (they went "missing" or were deleted). Meanwhile in GA, you have an offsetting amount of 428,000 MORE Last Names than should exist (when you adjust the numbers for relative population size of PA and GA).
With over 2 Million People Combined in 2 different States, the differential is -12,000 = 6/10 of 1%.
-440,000 Shortage PA
+428,000 Overage GA
=-12,000 or 6/10 of 1%.
Running the correlation between Last Names in PA, 1000 Names, vs those Same Last Names in GA, you get a negative -42.38%. The reason it isn't higher is because some of the Last Names in PA that don't make the top 100 names in GA.
Please pray... things might get very dangerous!