This story seems an odd event at this time. The period between a presidential election and subsequent inauguration is a strange moment for the commander in chief to order all troops home from across the world, if that is what this story portends. Why not do it earlier, or why not leave it to the next administration?
Most significant in this story is the disconnect between the substance of the study and how the study’s key finding is reported by media. It almost seems as if media are protecting a special interest by shaping narratives away from the facts at hand.
Pro-lockdown propaganda is suddenly commonplace. I don’t trust it.
It’s not so much that markets work best, but that government controls so often work worst.
“From a legal perspective, Biden is an impostor, a false president, at least until December 14 of this year. If Biden can declare himself President-elect without any legal basis, then any other American citizen can also declare himself President-elect.”Continue reading “The Founders Outsmarted the Presidential Election Fraudsters”
Andrew McCarthy explains the Pennsylvania court decision. Like most of his peers at the predominantly never-Trump magazine, McCarthy discounts the potential for an ultimate Trump victory in the election.
The article, published in 2012, details some of the known problems with mail-in voting. I think it is interesting as an example of past wisdom that today is denied.
The practical mechanics of mail-in voting are interesting for Constitutional reasons, as well. For example, if it is known that mail-in ballots are twice as likely to be erroneous in some way, compared to in-person ballots, should not the states take extra measures to ensure the integrity of the mail-in vote is equal to that of the in-person vote?
You can’t say there is no evidence of election fraud.Continue reading “Data analysis shows weird mail-in ballot anomalies in contested states”
You can’t say there is no evidence of election fraud. The evidence in fact is accumulating and will be tested in formal proceedings, including courts of law.Continue reading “Ronna McDaniel Presents 131 Affidavits, 2,800 Incident Reports of Alleged Voter Fraud in MI: Media Still Demands ‘Evidence’”
You can’t say there is no evidence of election fraud in the 2020 presidential race. There is, in fact, statistical evidence to suggest that something unnatural occurred in various states and counties.
I think of it this way: Statistical anomalies are like probable cause. They are enough to warrant investigation, but not enough to establish guilt or innocence of a crime.
The alignment this election cycle of “big polling, big money, big tech, and big media” that Dr. Hanson describes is obvious. Not so obvious is whether these factions conspired to produce a Big Lie.
I believe they have, but to prove it is difficult. Maybe that will change in the weeks ahead.