In just the past several hours, Rudy Giuliani and Attorney Sidney Powell held a 90 minute press conference pointing out election fraud in numerous states, an amount that they believe would be sufficient to overturn the projected winner for president in such states.
So what else might lead one to believe that irregularities had to be taking place in these battleground states? All one has to do is take a look at some election oddities that no one else can explain.
Joining Jim to look at these factors was Bob Adelmann. Bob is a former investment advisor, now a regular contributor to The New American writing primarily on economics and politics.
Here’s a handful of oddities that Bob discussed:
—How is it that Joe Biden ‘won’ the presidency when the Republicans gained, not only in the House, but in state houses across the nation.
–The S&P 500—If the market is strong (positive) in the 90 days leading up to the election, more than 90% of the time, the incumbent is re-elected.
–The Primary Model is a scientific model that goes back to 1912. Since that year that model, based upon how voters voted in the primaries, has predicted who the president will be about 87% of the time.
–Ohio is one of the 2 highly reliable bellwether states that almost always accurately serve as a national barometer for the presidency. The winner of Ohio has gone on to win the presidential election in every single race since 1904 with 2 exceptions. In Florida, only twice has a Democrat won the presidency without winning that state while no Republican since Calvin Coolidge has won the presidency without it. Results? Ohio—Trump 53—Biden 45. In Florida—Trump 51—Biden 48.
–There are 18 counties that have a very impressive track record going back to 1956. They’ve predicted the winner between 88-100% of the time. In 2012 and 2016 all 18 picked the president. This year, 15 of the 18 bellwether counties went to Trump.
–Over 450,000 ballots were identified that only have a vote for Joe Biden and no other down-ballot candidates.
Bob’s articles can be found here: thenewamerican.com