Dominion Machine Statistical Problems

This whole Twitter thread. It’s another, completely-independent way of looking at the voting data, like The 2020 Election, Benford’s Law, and Twitter, and it’s another smoking gun that indicates that the voting machines — in precisely the places that needed help — have been tampered with. Again — and I can’t stress this enough — the courts need a protagonist. You can’t just prove this by math. You have to show that some person hacked the machines, and you will never be able to do that. There’s too much obfuscation and redirection. So I’m more and more convinced that the election was stolen, but that Biden got away with it clean. This has been done so well, that I’m convinced “dissidents” in one of the three-letter agencies — with experience in this sort of thing in other countries — had to have been involved.

If the election was really, truly hacked, then Republicans in Congress have to do something about it, lest they lose another election because of it. The real question — the only question, at this point — is what they will do about it. The real story will get around, whispered in the back rooms of Washington office buildings. The people who could do something about this will eventually know what really happened here. The thing to watch is what happens to voting machines before the next election. That will be the last piece of this puzzle.


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