While the media is buzzing about the Trump legal team and Sidney Powell trying to eke out a win in the courts, individuals across the country have been digging into voting data, concluding Joe Biden's win is not only unreasonable, but statistically and mathematically impossible.
In Donald Trump's 2016 presidential victory, pollsters and establishment media were perplexed, wondering how they could have been so wrong on their projections. But now it's Trump voters who are pointing out how the facts aren't jiving with what the media is telling people, especially since so many established political norms have been inexplicably overturned by Joe Biden's apparent win.
Here's the breakdown:
Biden didn't pull off the big upset:
According to pollster Patrick Basham, "If you count the ballot fraud, most pollsters clearly failed. If you don't include the fraudulent ballots, most pollsters failed on a spectacular scale."
The polls were wrong again — not just a little wrong, but by many points. Most polls had Biden comfortably ahead or tied in Florida, Texas and Ohio — which were all won by Trump.
Not only that: Biden also allegedly received nearly 80 million votes — that's more than Hillary Clinton's nearly 66 million votes and Barack Obama's high of nearly 67 million votes. Yet Biden did worse in all metro areas except for the highly contested Democrat strongholds of Philadelphia, Atlanta, Detroit and Milwaukee.
The bellwethers were wrong?
The bellwethers are states and counties that have shown where the vote is going for the next president. While they aren't foolproof, for many reasons they have been extremely good predictors of who will win the election — until 2020, that is.
With only two exceptions, since 1960, no candidate has lost the states of Florida and Ohio and become president. But Trump took those states and still allegedly lost. In fact, Ohio has predicted the presidency 93% of the time in the past 112 years. Florida and Iowa have only been wrong in one of the past 16 presidential elections. Trump won all three but supposedly lost the election.
Steve Cortes, Trump' senior advisor in the 2020 campaign, said Trump won 95% of certain bellwether counties, rendering Biden's win "statistically improbable."
Thus, Cortes wondered, "Out of 3,000 counties in this country, there are 19 that have a perfect track record since 1980 of voting for the successful presidential candidate. Donald Trump ... won 18 out of these 19 counties. Could these bellwether counties really have gotten it wrong all at the same time?"
Republicans rose while Trump fell:
Republicans had a resounding victory on state and federal levels, winning 27 toss-up seats. It's inexplicable that Republican voters would back GOP candidates so heavily everywhere except in the presidential race.
Impossible voter registration numbers:
In key battleground states and counties, there has been an explosion of voter registration numbers — in many cases, there were increases of more than 100%.
According to a report issued by government watchdog Judicial Watch, there are 1.8 million so-called ghost voters, and they're all over the country. Ghost voters are names appearing on the voter rolls that are in excess of the actual number of people eligible to vote.
The report shows that 352 U.S. counties in 29 states collectively have 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible voting-age citizens. Eight of those states (Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont) have more than 100% voter-registration.
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton says, "The data highlights the recklessness of blindly mailing ballots and ballot applications to voter registration lists. Dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections."
The organization has sued states that haven't been removing inactive voters from the rolls as required by the 1993 National Voter Registration Act. Lawsuits filed in April by Judicial Watch reveal Pennsylvania had over 800,000 ineligible voters on the rolls, and North Carolina had almost a million.
Numbers don't lie:
In Pennsylvania, Trump's former data and strategy director, Matt Braynard, is revealing that thousands of Republican votes in that state were not even counted.
He says 1,706 Republican voters were given mail-in ballots, but 556 never requested them. Out of those who did request a mail-in ballot, 453 say the state didn't count them — meaning nearly 40% of these Republicans mailed ballots back but did not have their ballots received or counted.
Braynard is claiming there were nearly 165,000 mail-in ballots sent out to Republican voters statewide, but the state is claiming voters did not send them back, meaning they were never counted.
A Yale-educated mathematician, Prof. Steven Miller, has flagged about 100,000 absentee ballots in Pennsylvania as questionable. The Williams College scholar performed a detailed analysis last week using Braynard's numbers, showing nearly 100,000 GOP ballots were either requested by someone other than the voter or that the ballots were requested and returned but not counted.
Other battleground states — especially Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin — are experiencing voting numbers that also do not make sense. The Trump legal team is confident illegal votes will be culled, and Trump will be declared the victor.