The results of the last four presidential elections in Georgia reveal that the turnout for former Vice President Joe Biden, who holds less than a 11,000-vote lead with nearly 5 million cast, is highly anomalous.
This table shows the tallies of the presidential elections in Georgia between 2008 and 2020 (rounded to the nearest thousand):
John McCain: 2,042,000
Barack Obama: 1,844,000
Mitt Romney: 2,079,000
Barack Obama: 1,774,000
Donald Trump: 2,089,000
Hillary Clinton: 1,878,000
Donald Trump: 2,456,000
Joe Biden: 2,467,000
(as of Monday evening, Nov. 9)
Thus, Barack Obama lost the state by 198,000 and 305,000 votes, and Hillary Clinton by 211,000 votes. Yet both were historic candidates: the first African American and first female American from a major party.
While former Vice President Biden has been in national politics for nearly half a century, he was a senator from Delaware from 1973 through 2008, and he has no special resonance for Georgia's voters.
Most incredibly, he has received 589,000 more votes, or 31%, than Clinton garnered four years ago.
By contrast, this table shows the much smaller percentage increases in votes nationwide in the last two elections:
|Total Votes 2020
||Total Votes 2016
Therefore, between 2016 and 2020, the total presidential vote increased by 18.92 million, or only 15%.
Similarly, the Democratic vote increased by 9.47 million, or only 14%.
The Republican vote increased by 8.45 million, or by only 13%.
In short, between 2016 and 2020, Joe Biden's mind-boggling percentage vote increase of 31% in Georgia is more than twice the percentage increase in the total vote, at 15%, the Democratic vote, at 14%, and Republican vote, at 13%.
However, Georgia's population has only increased approximately 300,000, from 10.3 million in 2016 to 10.6 million in 2020.
The next table shows the gigantic vote increases of Joe Biden compared to Hillary Clinton and President Trump's very small increases, in Fulton, De Kalb, Gwinnett and Cobb counties, the heavily populated Democratic-controlled counties in metro Atlanta:
Biden: 379,0 95
Biden has jumped by 82,044 votes, or a huge 28%, while Trump has edged up 18,933 votes, or 16%.
De Kalb County
Biden has garnered 55,617 more votes, or a healthy 22%, while Trump has gone up by 6,702 votes, or by 13%.
Biden has improved by an enormous 75,675 votes, or 46%, while the president has eked out a 19,424 increase, or 13%.
Biden has increased by a colossal 52,625 votes, or 31%, while Trump has seen a 11,283 bump, or 7%.
On Monday, Nov. 9, Gabriel Sterling, the Georgia official responsible for the election's integrity, conceded during a press conference that there was voter fraud, but not on a scale to reverse Biden's "10,353" edge.
However, the vote totals presented in this article, including Biden's 589,000, or 32%, increase over Hillary Clinton's total, and the 1,149,655 votes cast for the former vice president in the four, Democratic-dominated metro Atlanta counties, don't support the glibly premature assurances of the "Georgia Voting System Implementation Manager."
Mark Schulte is a retired New City schoolteacher and mathematician who has written extensively about science and the history of science. Read Mark Schulte's Report's — More Here.
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