Saeko wrote:Illegal Space Aliens?
Oh man, such comedy in this thread. Somebody stop before I bust my guts.
I haven't laughed this much since I sat on a whoopie cushion.
It is only surprising to see updates with very large ratios of support and with large vote margins if, like the idiot author, you assume that vote ratios and margins are uniformly distributed. They aren't uniformly distributed because a small number of counties have extremely large populations and those populations lean heavily democratic who are also more likely to cast their ballots through the mail. Your IQ is just too low to understand why these correlations are significant, and that if you ignore them you will come to the wrong conclusions.
The article actually points out how even in places that are historically quite blue, like San Francisco, never seem to break the 95% blue margin.
For instance, even in this election, San Francisco only went 85% to Joe Biden, with a solid 12% voting for Pres. Trump (City & County of San Francisco
Of their 449,000+ votes, it would be hard to imagine any chunk as large as 145,000+ coming in 96% for Joe Biden (as happened in Detroit in the middle of the night), in spite of the fact that San Francisco has far more liberal credentials than Detroit. Michigan, after all, even went Red in 2016.
In 2016, 29.26% of Wayne County voted for Trump (Wayne County
; in 2020, they had a batch of something like 145,000 votes that went 96% for Biden.
Nobody would be wrong to point out that this is odd.
As the first few years of the Trump Presidency was entirely dominated by the Russia hoax that was encouraged by the media, I see no reason why it would be controversial or unfair to say that this election has suspicious activity in it.