By Patrick Colbeck
Media narrative aside, we still don’t know who our next President will be.
According to Real Clear Politics, Biden is at a projected 259 Electoral College vote tally and Trump is at 214. They show that the following states are still in play for President Trump: Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Alaska.
Should Michigan be in play as well? Upon evaluation of the data and observed “software glitches”, I believe the answer is “Yes”.
In Antrim County, Michigan, 22,082 people voted in the 2020 General Election via a Dominion Voting System that has been blamed for “software glitches” that flipped 6,000 votes from Trump to Biden. Upon recognizing the glitch, a hand recount yielded a final vote tally of 9,748 votes for President Trump and 5,960 votes for Vice President Biden. The 6,000 votes flipped due to a “software glitch” represented 38% of the total vote tally for Antrim County.
Yes, a 38% vote flip would seem to be extremely easy to detect. What if voters, poll workers and poll challengers in the other 46 counties were not as attentive? What if this “software glitch” happened elsewhere but simply went unnoticed?
Michigan uses the Dominion Voting System in 47 out of its 83 counties. A total of 5,519,346 votes have been reported as being cast for President in Michigan. 861,821 votes were cast in Michigan’s most populous county of Wayne alone. 250,138 votes were cast in Michigan’s most populous city of Detroit. The currently margin of victory for Joe Biden in Michigan is projected to be 146,123 votes.
Could an undetected “software glitch” explain how a deficit of 146,123 votes could be overcome? Yes. Remember, if the “glitch” merely flipped votes, only 73,062 votes need to be impacted.
A 38% vote flip in Wayne County would move 327,491 votes to Trump and away from Biden which is significantly more than the 73,062 votes needed.
A 38% vote flip in just the City of Detroit alone would move 95,052 votes to Trump and away from Biden which is still more than the 73,062 votes needed.
What “software glitch” vote flip percentage would be needed in Detroit to overcome the 146,123 projected deficit for President Trump? 29%.
What if the “software glitch” were at the county level in Wayne County? What “software glitch” percentage would be needed to overcome the 146,123 projected deficit? Only 8.5%.
What if the “software glitch” occurred statewide under Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson who is responsible for reporting statewide results? What percentage would then be needed to overcome the deficit? Only 1.3%.
OK…by now you have probably concluded that this is simply a number chase pipe dream by those who seek to ensure that President Trump remains in office another four years. Before you jump to this conclusion, however, please consider the following “anomalies”:
- In Michigan, during the morning of November 3, eyewitnesses attest to “software glitches” occurring at all 12 adjudication workstations at the Detroit Absentee Voter Counting Board. Technicians scrambled to correct the issue for 45 minutes. The vote tallies by counting board are supposedly reported out on the basis of flash drive data downloaded from these adjudication machines per a Detroit elections manual.
- The Detroit “software glitches” appear to have occurred at roughly the same time as the “glitch” in Antrim County.
- There is evidence to suggest that all of the computers at the Detroit Absentee Counting Board were connected to the internet. There has been legal action filed to collect key information needed to discern what message traffic would have resulted in these “software glitches”.
- In Detroit, 78.6% of the people are black. Polls indicate that anywhere from 8% to 21% of Black Voters support President Trump although the consensus appears to be around 10%. His support is much higher against other demographics. According to projected vote tallies for Detroit, President Trump received 12,604 out of the total of 250,138 votes for president which equates to only 5%. I was personally at Trump rallies in the Metro Detroit area. The enthusiasm for President Trump is significant. In fact, several of our most dedicated poll challengers in Detroit were black. The 5% support seems to be abnormally low.
What if these “software glitches” were not limited to Michigan? Dominion Voting Systems are used in 33 states across America including the following battleground states: Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Nevada.
What do all these numbers add up to?
The 2020 Presidential Election is FAR from over.