My fellow author Larry Correia has posted a pretty good summary of the 2020 election fuckery. Excerpt:
I’ve been trying to keep up with the firehose of information about what’s going on during this clusterfuck of an election. Last night I was on Facebook talking about the crazy high, 3rd world dictatorship level voter turnout levels in the deep blue areas of these swing states was very suspicious. Somebody gas lighted me about how “I’d have to do better than that”, so this was my quick reply, listing off the questionable bullshit I could think of off the top of my head:
The massive turn out alone is a red flag.
But as for doing better…
The late night spikes that were enough to close all the Trump leads are a red flag.
The statistically impossible breakdown of the ratios of these vote dumps is a red flag.
The ratios of these dumps being far better than the percentages in the bluest of blue cities, even though the historical data does not match, red flag.
The ratios of these vote dumps favoring Biden more in these few battlegrounds than the ratio for the rest of the country (even the bluest of the blue) red flag.
Biden outperforming Obama among these few urban vote dumps, even though Trump picked up points in every demographic group in the rest of the country, red flag.
Go, then, and read the whole thing.
Anyone who is fitted out with at least an average amount of intellectual integrity has to admit that there has been more than the normal amount of shenanigans in the 2020 electoral process. In many places (Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit) this has been going on for decades. But, as Larry points out, this time it’s particularly egregious.
Will it be enough to flip the election back to a Trump victory? Who knows? I suspect that, were some omnipotent final authority to come in and evaluate every ballot and count only those case legally, and to include all legal ballots that were discarded or otherwise magically disappeared, the election results would be very, very different. But at this point that’s just my suspicion.
The next few weeks will tell the tale, but I will say this: Without major, comprehensive election reform, the American public will never again be able to have full faith in any election.