During an Oct. 24 virtual campaign rally, Joe Biden committed a uniquely egregious "Freudian slip" about the upcoming presidential election.
"We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud in the history of American politics," the former vice president boasted.
President Trump immediately and vehemently responded on Twitter:
"What a terrible thing for Biden to say! Rigged election?"
During a Nov. 19 press conference, Rudy Giuliani, the president's chief lawyer challenging the integrity of voting results in a half-dozen states, declared that "there was a plan from a centralized place to execute these various acts of voter fraud."
I have written four articles for Newsmax since Nov. 6 that extensively document the highly suspicious voter totals for Joe Biden in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and North Carolina, and my next one was going to focus on the very anomalous voter tallies in Arizona and Wisconsin.
But I decided to switch to a broader analysis, and concentrate on total votes in the last four presidential elections.
In 2020, the still-incomplete tallies are, as of the evening of Nov. 19:
Joe Biden: 79,581,000
Donald Trump: 73,642,000
The former vice president's total this year is a mind-boggling 13,727,000 more votes, or 21%, than Hillary Clinton, the first female candidate for a major party, received in 2016:
Hillary Clinton: 65,854,000
Donald Trump: 62,988,000
By comparison, President Trump earned 10,654,000 more legal votes, or 17%, than he got four years ago.
The Census Bureau reports that on Election Day, the nation's population was 330,537,000, as compared to 323,754,000 on Nov. 3, 2016.
Therefore, this increase of 6,783,000 over the last four years doesn't account for a 24,381,000 increase in total votes, or 19%, between 2016 and 2020.
Similarly, the tallies for the presidential candidates in the 2012 election further highlight the massively suspicious nature of the total vote for Joe Biden this year:
Barack Obama: 62,615,000
Mitt Romney: 59,142,000
Again, it defies the basic logic of presidential elections that Joe Biden, an unsuccessful presidential candidate in 1988 and 2008, received 16,966,000 more votes, or 27%, than the historic candidate, President Obama, achieved eight years ago.
The tallies in 2008 are also extraordinarily revealing:
Barack Obama: 66,862,000
John McCain: 58,319,000
Therefore, 12 years after Obama became the first African American elected president of the United States, 78-year-old Joe Biden, his hapless vice president for eight years, received 12,719,000 more votes, or 19% than his patron had.
Interestingly, Biden also may have subconsciously confessed, during that bizarrely pivotal campaign rally last month, that there was a massive voter fraud operation for "President Obama's administration before this."
In short, having spent more than two weeks intensely scrutinizing the very controversial results in this year's election, I have concluded that Joe Biden received at least 8 million illegal votes, which lowers his total to 71,581,000, or 2,061,000 fewer than the 73,642 legal votes than President Trump earned.
If my analyses, both statewide and nationally, are correct, President Trump genuinely won Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, and Michigan. Victories, in a combination of 3 or 4 of these states, would secure his re-election beyond the requisite threshold of 270 electoral votes.
Mark Schulte is a retired New York 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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