Probability and Statistics Show a Biden “Win” is Highly Improbable

Here are a number of very curious statistics around the Presidential election:

As mentioned previously, Trump prevailed in every state he won easily, yet five key states within 1% margin are all going to Biden.

Trump increased his vote total by over 8 million votes from 2016, the second most votes EVER and a 12% increase. No president has ever lost an election when increasing his vote total that much. Biden received 6 million more votes than 2008 Obama and turnout sits at 62.5%, the most since the 1960’s. Does anyone believe that Biden got more votes and more turnout than Obama?

Absentee and mail-in votes counted in Michigan and Pennsylvania skewed far heavier than those requested in those states by party. This is inexplicable.

Voter turnout in Wisconsin was 90%, a near statistical impossibility.

Trump appeared to be winning in a runaway when suddenly large leads disappeared in the middle of the night in WI, PA, MI and GA.

Ohio is very comparable to PA and MI demographically and culturally, as is Iowa with WI. Trump won Ohio and Iowa going away. Something stinks.

Biden actually got fewer votes in big cities like New York, Chicago and Miami than Clinton but was way up in Detroit, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh. Hmmm.

Add this all up and it not only looks like Democrat vote fraud but probable election manipulation or hacking. It’s anyone’s guess if it was the deep state or another party.

Aren’t Democrats supposed to be the party of “science” and logic?

Here is an excellent article documenting fraud as well as more analytics.

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