In reality, Biden carried Dane County by a 3.3-to-1 margin, and Milwaukee County by a 2.7-to-1 margin.
Moreover, the egregiously flawed AP article didn't report that the former vice president won the two counties by 364,264 votes, though it does correctly note that Biden defeated Trump statewide by a miniscule "20,600 votes."
An analysis of vote tallies in Dane and Milwaukee counties, and a comparison to those of the previous three presidential election, reveal major anomalies.
Tallies for the Badger State in 2020 are:
Joe Biden: 1,630,579
Donald Trump: 1,610,021
Former Vice President Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump by 20,558 votes, or sixth-tenths of 1% of the 3,289,465 votes cast, (three other presidential candidates received 48,865 votes).
In 2016, Trump won Wisconsin by a microscopic 22,748 votes:
Donald Trump: 1,405,284
Hillary Clinton: 1,382,536
Joe Biden has received a very robust 248,043 more votes in the state, or 18%, than Clinton got four years ago.
Moreover, Barack Obama's two winning tallies in Wisconsin were 1,677,211 in 2008, and 1,620,905 in 2012.
Thus, Biden's 1,630,579 votes exceeded Obama's by nearly 10,000 eight years ago, and he trailed Obama by only 47,000 in the historic election in 2008, when Americans elected the first African American president.
Dane County's highly suspicious results this year are (as tallied by Fox News):
Thus, Biden won Dane County by a colossal 181,369 votes, and his total was 3.3-to-1 ratio, and not the specious "2-to-1" claimed by AP. If the news agency's ratio was correct, Biden would have received just 157,598 votes. Instead, he got 102,579 more votes than just a doubling of President Trump's 78,789.
Significantly, the Census Bureau reports that in July 2019 Dane County, whose nucleus is the gigantic, ultra-liberal University of Wisconsin-Madison and its 43,000 students, had 547,000 residents.
Excluding residents under 18 years of age or ineligible adults, I estimate that Dane County, with roughly 401,000 eligible voters, has an astonishing turnout rate of 85%.
Moreover, Biden's total in Dane County of 260,157 is a huge 42,470 more votes, or 20%, than Hillary Clinton received four years ago:
Barack Obama's tallies Dane County were 205,984 in 2008, and 216,071 in 2012. Thus, Biden received a mammoth 54,173 more votes, or 26% more, than Obama did in 2008. The former vice president also tallied an enormous 44,086 more votes, or 20% more, than President Obama got in 2012.
However, Dane County's population only increased by 65,000 people, or 13%, between 2010 and 2020, from 488,000 to 553,000.
Wisconsin's most populous county is Milwaukee, and Census Bureau reports that its population in 2019 was 946,000, and 948,000 in 2010.
Undoubtedly, Milwaukee County's higher vote tallies for Biden this year can't be explained by its decrease of 2,000 people during the last decade:
Biden's total is 2.4 times that of President Trump, and this extra 40%, which the notorious AP article conveniently erased, comes to approximately 53,000 additional votes.
I estimate there are 641,000 are eligible voters in the county. Thus, with 457,378 voters in 2020 (the three other presidential candidates totaled 5,772), Milwaukee County has a turnout rate of 71%, higher than the national average of 66.5% this year.
Biden received a suspicious 28,429 more votes, or 10%, in Milwaukee County than Clinton four years ago:
Hillary Clinton: 288,822
Donald Trump: 126,099
Barack Obama's two winning totals in the county were only slightly higher than Biden's 317,251:
Last year, African Americans represented 27.2% of Milwaukee County's 946,000 people, or 257,000. Undoubtedly, Obama generated unprecedented enthusiasm among African Americans in both his successful campaigns.
By contrast, Hillary Clinton received 43,616 fewer votes in 2016 in Milwaukee County than Obama in 2012.
Joe Biden in 2020 generated very little enthusiasm in the Democratic primaries, and many occurred before the COVID pandemic spread beyond the epicenter in the tri-state Democratic-controlled region of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
In fact, Biden only received 581,000 of the 925,000 votes in the Wisconsin primary on April 7, 2020. His total of 1,631,000 in the general election is a very improbable 2.8 times that of his primary tally.
Throughout the campaign, Trump drew huge crowds, while Biden's were universally very tiny.
The combined votes in Dane and Milwaukee counties this year are:
In both counties, Biden received a humongous 364,264 more votes than Trump, or 2.7 times the president's total. This extra 70% increase, which was inexcusably blotted-out by the AP, comes to roughly 149,000 votes.
If only 20,559 of these 577,408 votes, or a tiny 3.6%, in the two disputed counties are ruled invalid, Wisconsin flips to President Trump.
In short, President Trump's lawyers have been wisely focused on the legitimacy of the 577,408 votes in Dane and Milwaukee counties for Joe Biden, which account for a hefty 36% of his 1,630,579 votes in Wisconsin.
However, the two counties' total population in 2019 was 1,499,000 or just 26% of the state's population of 5,822,000 residents.
No wonder Joe Biden, Barack Obama and every other Democratic leader, and their legions of partisans in the "Fake Liberal Media," are frantically trying to forestall judicial authentication of the 12,741,000 votes that were cast for Biden in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan and Nevada:
Despite their public theatrics and hysterics, Democrats and the "Fake Liberal Journalists" recognize that, if a meticulously honest recount is supervised by the U.S. Supreme Court in these six states, President Trump will be declared the undisputed winner of the 2020 presidential election.