Sidney Powell about Lou Dobbs just said they had evidence that the HAMMER and SCORECARD software was used to change the number of votes. For those who do not know: this software is for intelligence agencies only for use against
Due to a "software bug" in one county in Michigan, 6000 Trump votes were "accidentally" converted to Biden votes.
This software was also used in another 47 counties in Michigan.
Furhter circumstantial indicators of vote fraud - Dems didn't turn a single state legislature, and voters overwhelmingly preferred republican candidates on the rest of the ticket.
Agreed, but all this means is that, in 2016, Trump won by so much that even fraud was not enough to push it in Clinton's favor.Here's some data on the margin gap (Trump vs his democratic opponent) in 2016 vs 2020 in red states:
The gap between Trump and Biden is smaller than the gap between Trump and Clinton was in the following 2016 red states:
Alabama (28% margin in 2016 to 26% margin now)
Arizona (4% to -1%)
Georgia (5% to 0%)
Idaho (32% to 31%)
Indiana (19% to 16%)
Iowa (9% to 8%)
Kansas (21% Trump margin in 2016 to 16% Trump margin now)
Kentucky (30% to 26%)
Louisiana (20% to 19%)
Michigan (0% to -3%)
Missouri (19% to 16%)
Montana (20% to 16%)
Nebraska (25% to 19%)
North Carolina (4% to 1%)
North Dakota (36% to 33%)
Ohio (8.13% to 8%)
Oklahoma (37% 2016 Trump margin to 33% Trump margin now)
Pennsylvania (1% to -1%)
South Carolina (14% to 12%)
South Dakota (30% to 26%)
Tennessee (26% to 23%)
Texas (9% to 6%)
West Virginia (42% to 39%)
Wisconsin (1% to -1%)
Wyoming (46% to 43%)
Now, not even the most rosy-eyed Democrat would think they have a chance to win in WV, TN, SD, or ND for example. Yet even in those states, Biden gained territory against Trump compared to Clinton. It's just a few percentage points, but that's enough to make the difference in battleground states where the margins are much closer.
So how is Trump performing worse than in 2016 even in the reddest of red states? Did the Democrats try to rig the elections in states they had no chance of winning... or perhaps some voters really did vote for the Democrat more this time compared to 2016? And if they did so in red states, why not the same pattern in battleground states?