Questions and Puzzles


Patrick Basham has written an excellent article that raises unanswered questions about the “puzzling” results of the recent election. Following is a summary of key points, but do read the entire piece to digest his very logical analysis.

Below is an abbreviated list of “peculiarities” that “lack compelling explanations,” which Basham identifies:

1. Late on election night, with Trump comfortably ahead, many swing states stopped counting ballots.

2. Statistically abnormal vote counts were the new normal when counting resumed. …

3. Late arriving ballots were counted. …

4. The failure to match signatures on mail-in ballots. …

5. Historically low absentee ballot rejection rates despite the massive expansion of mail voting. …

6. Missing votes. …

7. Non-resident voters.

8. Serious ‘chain of custody’ breakdowns. …

9. Statistical anomalies. …

Maria Bartiromo referenced this article in the above video, which was written by J.B. Shurk, who delineated these 5 anomalies:

  • President Trump gained more than ten million votes since his 2016 victory, but Biden’s appeal was so substantial that it overcame President Trump’s record support among minority voters. Biden also shattered Barack Obama’s own popular vote totals, really calling into question whether it was not perhaps Biden who pulled Obama across the finish lines in 2008 and 2012. …
  • Biden is set to become the first president in 60 years to lose the states of Ohio and Florida on his way to election. … For Biden to lose these key bellwethers by notable margins and still win the national election is newsworthy. Not since the Mafia allegedly aided John F. Kennedy in winning Illinois over Richard Nixon in 1960 has an American president pulled off this neat trick. …
  • [O]bservations made by … polling guru Richard Baris of Big Data Poll and election analyst Robert Barnes: … “Biden underperformed Hillary Clinton in every major metro area around the country, save for Milwaukee, Detroit, Atlanta and Philadelphia.” … [In] “big cities in swing states run by Democrats the vote even exceeded the number of registered voters.” …
  • Biden won despite Democrat losses everywhere else.
  • Biden overcame Trump’s commanding primary vote. …

As with the Basham article, it’s well worth your time to read the entire article to fully appreciate the logic and common sense in these analyses.

While the lawsuits continue,

We the People ponder. 

What next?

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120 responses to “Questions and Puzzles

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