Data analysis shows weird mail-in ballot anomalies in contested states

Source: American Thinker.

You can’t say there is no evidence of election fraud.

The anonymous Twitter feed this story reports on has been getting some attention. The feed claims: “It appears Dems shot themselves in the foot [because] making everyone do mail-in ballots actually makes it easier to catch mail-in ballot fraud. [Because] all of the ballots go through the postal system, they get shuffled like a deck of cards, so we expect reported ballot return[s] to be extremely UNIFORM in terms of D vs R ratio, but to drift slightly towards R over time [because] some of those ballots travel farther [from rural R precincts to the counting centers in D cities].”

The Twitter feed’s caveat is important: “while anomalies are not always fraud, often they may point to fraud.”

The basic claim looks plausible to me, but I’d like to see some peer review.

8 thoughts on “Data analysis shows weird mail-in ballot anomalies in contested states

      1. If this WERE science and not some cherry-picked numerology mumbo jumbo, maybe.

        Funny, when in 2016 when Trump lost the popular vote but squeaked in by a very narrow margin in a couple of states I do not recall ANYTHING like the unpatriotic “Fraud!” bullshit that you people are wallowing in. I do not remember Obama failing in his duty vis a vis the transition. I do not remember countless spurious lawsuits being laughed out of court.

        I DO remember you advising Democrats . . . “You lost. Get over it.” Unless you are a monumental hypocrite maybe you will take your own advice? Probably not.

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  1. …” but to drift slightly towards R over time [because] some of those ballots travel farther [from rural R precincts to the counting centers in D cities].””…

    This makes little sense as most rural counties have their OWN election centers for counting of ballots.

    A little chicanery on an anonymous Twitter feed and you go all gaga or it without catching the MISINFORMATION (again) being posted.

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  2. The only “anomaly” is that the Democratic nominee WON in places like Georgia and possibly Arizona. And as posted several times by Len, if there was so much chicanery, why did the GOP do so well in the down ballot races?

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  3. As we are often reminded by our fearless moderator, data can be manipulated to a predetermined outcome. It is just as likely (actually more than likely) here as it is with, as Don constantly says, as it is in climate science.

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