TOO MUCH COINCIDENCE: One Thing Swing States Had in Common After the Election
Too much coincidence is no coincidence. I firmly stand behind that expression because it makes logical sense and statistical sense.
You have to think of it this way, for every additional instance of an event occurring, the odds increase exponentially.
Let me illustrate this idea with the Powerball lottery. In order to win, you need to match 5 balls and then one additional ball. The five balls come from a container with 69 different balls in it so no numbers can duplicate.
What are the odds of you getting the one number correct? Well, there are 69 balls so your odds are 1/69. Now the odds go up a good amount when we figure in just getting two correct. That number would be 69 x 68 (because after the first ball is removed there are only 68 remaining). Your odds of getting two correct are 1 in 4,692. The odds for three balls is 1 in 314,364.
My point is that you can see that with each additional instance, the odds go up dramatically. That’s why too much coincidence is no coincidence. It defies all odds.
So when Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin all had issues with USB devices being stolen or inserted into the voting machines used in the 2020 election, you can see why we’re very suspicious and suspect that foul play may be afoot.
In Arizona, just days after the election, a home was raided where USBs were found along with a hard drive and computers. Why?
In Georgia, USBs were used and transferred between election officials (which was caught on camera). Why?
In Pennsylvania, an election laptop and USBs were stolen. We also learned that there were outsiders who were permitted to the counting areas who possessed USBs where no observers were present.
On top of that, one man gave sworn testimony of seeing dozens of USB drives being uploaded into voting machines that ultimately let to 50,000 additional votes for Joe Biden. Why?
In Wisconsin, a flash drive went missing around the same time that 120,000 mysteriously ALL for Joe Biden…not some, not most, ALL, showed up. Why?
We demand answers.