Source: Joe Hoft
President Trump was winning the race in Virginia all night on election day. Every report showed the President way up in the Presidential race. Then suddenly while the President was still ahead, Big Media declared Joe Biden the winner. A judges new ruling demands that this state have a forensic audit of results performed now.
We’ve reported on Virginia’s questionable results in the 2020 election already. There were 378 separate entries or feeds related to the Presidential race in Virginia in the file obtained and shared around the web that originated from the New York Times on election night. Of these entries the first 125 entries reported in the NYT data feed related to Virginia were basically reasonable. The results varied in percentage of votes between Presidential candidates and appeared to be random with most votes going to President Trump. Up through this time (11:03 Eastern), President Trump was leading 52% to Biden’s 46%. At this time 3.3 million of the eventual 4.4 million votes had already been cast or about 75% of the vote was in. This is when things went off the rails.
Overall three entries of over 300,000 votes were posted in the data base to Biden’s vote total. Two entries of over 300,000 votes were taken away. The same happened to President Trump’s totals but in much smaller amounts. Overall 851,000 votes were added to Biden’s totals and only 318,000 were awarded to President Trump between 11:14pm (Eastern) on November 3rd and 5:00am November 4th. This resulted in over half a million more votes net and 73% of the votes going to Biden during this time frame.
After these entries noted above were recorded, nearly every entry made into the system for the Presidential election had the same proportion of votes of Biden to Trump.
This is not reasonable – it’s impossible. There is nothing random about this. It is highly, highly unlikely that the results of all these entries would be at the same proportion. This too indicates fraud.
We reported all of this on November 15th:
Now a judge has ruled that Virginia should not have allowed any ballots counted in their results that were received up to three days after the election:
There’s some fresh news from the “Where Were You in November” department this week. In Virginia, Republicans and Democrats have been continuing a feud in the courts over “emergency rules” passed by the Democrats to allow greater numbers of mail-in ballots to be counted during the last election. One of those changes allowed ballots arriving after election day and without a postage mark indicating when they were mailed to be counted. Now a circuit court judge has ruled that the rule in question violates state statutes and the practice will be banned in the future. The lawsuit leading to this decision was brought by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF). This update comes from the Daily Caller.
Virginia election officials claim no absentee ballots received after election day were added to the state’s totals but really, who knows?