The man that the Fake News media keeps referring to as President-elect Joe Biden, even though not a single Electoral votes has been cast and the election hasn’t yet ended, apparently defied fundamental “non-polling metrics” to defeat President Donald Trump in a way that is “not statistically impossible, but it’s statistically implausible,” according to pollster Patrick Basham who told the Fox News host of “Life, Liberty & Levin” in an interview that will air Sunday night.
Basham, who was the founding director of an organization called the Democracy Institute, explained to the show’s host Mark Levin that there are “a dozen or more of these metrics that have a 100% accuracy rate in terms of predicting the winner of the presidential election.”
According to Basham, those metrics include “party registration trends, how the candidates did in their respective presidential primaries, the number of individual donations, [and] how much enthusiasm each candidate generated in the opinion polls.”
“In 2016, they all indicated strongly that Donald Trump would win against most of the public polling,” Basham said. “That was again the case in 2020. So if we are to accept that Biden won against the trend of all these non-polling metrics, it not only means that one of these metrics was inaccurate … for the first time ever, it means that each one of these metrics was wrong for the first time and at the same time as all of the others.”
Basham pointed out another irregularity of the 2020 election being that Trump performed better in a lot of key voting metrics than he did four years earlier in 2016 against Hillary Clinton.
“If you look at the results, you see how Donald Trump improved his national performance over 2016 by almost 20%,” he said. “No incumbent president has ever lost a reelection bid if he’s increased his votes [total]. Obama went down by three and a half million votes between 2008 and 2012, but still won comfortably.
“If you look at those results, you see that Donald Trump did very well, even better than four years earlier, with the white working class. He held his own with women and suburban voters against all of most of the polling expectations, did very well with Catholics, improved his vote among Jewish voters,” Basham said. “He had the best minority performance for a Republican since Richard Nixon in 1960, doing so well with African-Americans, and importantly with Hispanics.”
In fact, Basham implied, Trump’s performance was so impressive that if anyone asked 100 observers “who were sequestered for the actual election night” and had been given “the vote breakdown by demographic group” who they thought won the election, “99, at least out of those 100 independent, well-informed observers would say, well, obviously, Trump.”
Basham also talked about what he refers to a “historically low ballot rejection rate for absentee and mail-in ballots.”
“Rejection rates, which in the primaries earlier this year were well into the double-digits and which historically have often been very, very high in these key swing states, or at least in the key swing counties, we’re seeing rejection rates of less than 1%, often very close to to zero,” he said. “Given the increase in absentee balloting and the lack of experience that most of the new voters and those doing the counting would have with those ballots, it is implausible, to put it politely, that that figure would be as low as it was.”
From Just the News: “Historically, mail-in ballots are rejected at around the rate of 1%. For first-time absentee voters, the rate can go as high as 3%, the higher number reflecting the unfamiliarity first-time voters have with the mail-in process.” But, rejection rates for 2020 were just a small fraction of normal rejection rates.
For example, in Georgia, the rate of rejection for absentee ballots was 6.4%. That’s pretty high. However, in 2020, when thousands of voters voted by mail for the first time ever, they want us to believe they nailed it, because a rejection rate was reported at 0.2%, or 30 times lower than the last election. That comparison denies belief in a Benevolent Being. It’s just not possible.
We saw the same thing in Pennsylvania which had a 1% rejection rate in 2016, yet with thousands of people voting by mail for the first time ever we were told the rejection rate was only 0.03%. That’s just not believable at all.
Nevada went from 1.6% rejection in 2016 all the way down to 0.75% in 2020.
North Carolina went from a 2.7% rejection rate in 2016 down to only to 0.8% in the 2020 election.
In short, the evidence, both real and circumstantial, concludes that there is no way Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump.