They have done the math at *Principia Scientific International *and there are clear indications, based on Benford's Law, of voter fraud on behalf of Joe Biden.

This is very impressive, check it out: Joe Biden’s Votes Violate Benford’s Law (Mathematics).

-RW
With all due respect, this information is not definitive. It is odd, and begs for an explanation, and MAY be fraud, but it does not definitively prove that fraud happened. Also, along the same lines, this analysis is very interesting: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/it-defies-logic-scientist-finds-telltale-signs-election-fraud-after-analyzing-mail-ballot

ReplyDeleteI find the article at ZeroHedge more convincing than a Benford deviation because the mixing in one batch of mail ballots from all precincts produces a very consistent ratio of Biden to Trump votes...except for some mostly late-arriving batches...statistically *extremely* unlikely.

DeleteRobert, please comment on this rebuttal.

ReplyDeletehttps://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/49782/do-vote-counts-for-joe-biden-in-the-2020-election-violate-benfords-law/49784#49784

Scale is not the relative factor here. To claim so is a distortion. The shape of the curve is what needs to be considered and even the redone scale by the author shows the unusual Biden curve for the number 1.

DeleteI find it laughable to suggest that there is no vote fraud. In every area of society there is a percentage of people who try to get away with fraud. Why should elections be any different? In fact, what's at stake in elections is bigger than in most other sectors, so why wouldn't we expect the fraud to be even more pronounced here?

ReplyDeleteAbsolutely. The power of the state attracts sociopaths, so of course they'll do anything and everything it takes to claim a sliver of that power. Proving it, and getting the government courts to go against their brethren, is another matter altogether.

DeleteHahahahahaha I giggle with glee at the Idiocracy thinking voting carries any weight. Too hilarious.

ReplyDeleteI don't understand what is the underlying data being used.

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