Hawaii Goes to Trump Before Michigan Goes to Biden: An Autopsy
Once you’ve been labeled a “conspiracy theorist” or “election denier” and dragged through the mud by the mainstream media, all reservations are out the window in regard to assessments of 2020. In the aftermath of the fraudulent 2020 election, all eyes were on six key contested states – Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The lion’s share of lawsuits and complaints were directed at those states, but I began to realize in late November that nearly every state had substantial electoral anomalies tied to inflated voter rolls, mail-in ballots, and dependence on electronic voting systems.
Safe blue states like Maryland and Massachusetts were swollen by several hundred thousand votes each to correspond with a national blowout and distract from the theft of the true tipping point states, and safe red states like South Carolina or Kansas were artificially tightened by at least six points each to give the illusion of a Democrat trajectory.
Scanning the country from coast to coast, and even beyond the coasts, led me to a very alluring find, indeed. I will say with confidence that it is far more likely that Donald Trump carried Hawaii in a legitimate election than it is that Joe Biden would have carried Michigan in one. I realized last summer that Hawaii was certainly artificially inflated for Joe Biden, but only upon zeroing in on the data did I realize what a serious mess the Aloha State really presented for the election integrity movement.
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