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above: U.S. President Donald Trump gestures during a campaign event at Smith Reynolds Regional Airport in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, U.S., Sept. 8, 2020. At the event, Trump accused Democrats in the state of fraudlent vote counting practices, saying  “...the only way they can win is by doing very bad things, that’s the only way.” (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

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Election Oddities

Election night spikes, the registered dead, ghost voters, and Dr. Frank’s curious algorithm theory.
The Tale of Joe Biden’s Election Night Spike
 
In the early morning hours of election night, the release of final vote counts was delayed in some battleground states. There were various reasons for the delays, including a suspicious report of a burst water pipe in an Atlanta polling site, but generally the reason given was the huge amount of mail-in ballots due to the COVID pandemic, which delayed the normal counting process.
 
In four of these battleground states, Trump was leading Biden before the delay, but Biden’s vote count spiked upwards after the results reporting resumed. When President Trump addressed supporters in the early morning hours of  Nov. 4, he had a significant lead above Biden in four of these states, with two-thirds or more of the votes counted in each case:
 
  • In Pennsylvania, Trump was up nearly 700,000 votes at...

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