Here’s Why PA Does Not Add Up


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More than a week after the election day, it’s pretty clear that the enthusiasm and support for President Donald Trump have neither waned nor ended. In the rural area of Pennsylvania, Trump flags still fly alongside the American flag. There was no Biden-Harris sign for miles, which makes Donald Trump’s loss all the weirder.


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“There’s no way,” says Marty, who works with the huge Shell Chemical ethane cracker plant being built in nearby Beaver County, “I will go to my grave believing this election was stolen through mail-in ballots.”

“A buddy of mine there tells me that there’s a not a guy in that plant who didn’t vote for Donald Trump,” says Marty, who has roughly 5,000 co-workers. “And those are just the guys at the plant. Add in their families and the various support industries. It’s doesn’t add up. There’s no way that Donald Trump lost Pennsylvania. It’s statistically impossible.”

Let’s take a look at the numbers.

On the morning of the election, Donald Trump trailed Joe Biden in the RealClearPolitics national average by 7 percent. Trump outperformed by 3.6 percent. Most people figured that Trump would achieve at least a 5 percent overperformance in Pennsylvania polls, especially after spending a lot of time campaigning there.

But how did he do in Pennsylvania in the end? He ultimately lost to Biden, and at one point, it was by 0.8 percent for 49.8 to 49.0 percent.

In other words, Donald Trump vastly outperformed his numbers nationally but vastly underperformed them in Pennsylvania. Who would believe that?

Once you take into account the results from 2020 to 2016, things become even more impossible.

In 2016, Hillary Clinton was favored to win Pennsylvania in the RealClearPolitics average by 1.9 percent. Trump outperformed that easily, by 2.6 percent. Somehow in 2020, even with Biden’s statements on fracking, Trump is allegedly underperforming by 2.0 percent.

As for total vote margins, Trump beat Hillary in Pennsylvania by 44,000 votes but is losing to Biden by 55,000 votes (and counting).

Weeks ago, Pollster Robert Cahaly of the Trafalgar Group had said that Donald Trump in 2020 would “need to win Pennsylvania by four or five [percentage points] to overcome the voter fraud that’s going to happen there.”

During the election, Donald Trump was beating old Joe by over half a million votes, or 58 to 41 percent, which meant Biden needed another 300,000 votes. Although it seemed impossible, Joe Biden did it.

“I don’t believe it,” says Marty. “No way. This has to be fraud, from Erie to Philly.”

In 2016, Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 2 percent in Erie. He had received 57,168 votes. This year, he’s losing to Biden in Erie by 1 percent.

Hillary got 54,820 votes in Erie County in 2016, while Biden got 68,336 votes in Erie this year. The number of votes for the Democrats from 2016 to 2020 was almost 30 percent.

“I was at the Trump rally in Erie,” observes Emily, a college student. “There literally were not enough buses to transport everyone there.” She asked, confused. “Where did all of those Biden votes come from?”

Richard Hopkins, a postal worker who signed an affidavit, said that Postmaster Rob Weisenbach directed him and his co-workers to hand over ballots received after election day, which was then back-dated.

“Weisenbach was backdating the postmarks on the ballots to make it appear as though the ballots had been collected on November 3, 2020, despite them in fact being collected on November 4 and possibly later,” said Hopkins.

Amid the liberals calling Hopkins’ story as fake, he stood by his story. “I’m here to say I did not recant my statements,” said Hopkins on video. “That did not happen.” He wants the Washington Post to recant its story.

As Trump’s campaign had warned months ago, mail-in voting brought this chaos with it and opened the door to potential massive fraud.

“Most developed countries, especially in Europe, ban mail-in voting to fight vast fraud and vote-buying that had threatened the integrity of their elections, according to an exhaustive review of voting rules and histories in over 30 major nations,” wrote Paul Bedard in August. “In the European Union, 63% have put a ban on mailing in ballots except for citizens living overseas.”

He went on: “Given Pennsylvania’s recently decreed rules for receiving and counting mail-in ballots, there may be no percentage of honest votes large enough to overcome the voter fraud already underway in the Keystone State.”

As usual, all the Democrats tell the Republicans is to “prove” that there was election fraud present. They know how almost impossible this is, which is why they have the confidence to say so. Just take a quick look at the numbers, and you’ll see they don’t add up. Do you believe there was no fraud?

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