If you’ve been reading my posts, you know that it’s a strong (very strong) indicator of fraud when votes suddenly vanish from a candidate’s tally. There’s currently unrefuted evidence that this happened to Trump in both Georgia and Pennsylvania. Now, there’s evidence (which still needs to be corroborated) that it happened to David Perdue in his race against the Democrat nonentity, Jon Ossoff.Here's more on the Wash. Times about what's turning out to be very suspicious. And it paints a very alarming picture of where the USA is going, when people are getting their votes rendered meaningless through voter fraud, coupled with a refusal by SCOTUS to do their job defending the US laws.
I’ve written twice about the vanishing vote problem (here and here). Here’s the recap: Voting is an additive process. Every ballot cast adds one vote for the candidate named on the ballot. [...]
An organization called the Data Integrity Group, made up of scientists, engineers, and data analysts, has been carefully going through election tallies in all the contested states. In the links I gave above, the group shows that votes that had accrued to Trump in both Georgia (tens of thousands) and Pennsylvania (hundreds of thousands) either vanished entirely or magically moved to Biden. To date, I’m unaware of any information contesting this finding.
When you think about it, you can understand why vanishing votes is a thing. At the end of the day, we know how many people have voted in a given precinct. For example, if it’s a small precinct with 100 people, there can be only 100 ballots.
On a related note, Eric Trump's made clear that Republicans who refuse to defend Donald at a most serious moment in history will lose their careers:
Trump said, “Tomorrow’s gonna tell you a lot about the country. Because I can tell you, Sean, any senator or any congressman, meaning on this side, that does not fight tomorrow — their political career is over because the MAGA movement is going nowhere. My father has created the greatest political movement in American history.”Indeed. Those who refuse to be courageous must be voted out.