WHERE’S THE EVIDENCE!!!
SHOW US THE EVIDENCE!!!
No one wants to follow this story. No one wants it to be true. No one wants to move from “Some voters cheated,” to “The system is corrupt and broken and might not be reparable.”
Those responsible, of course, are simply following classic Alinsky methods: never debate issues; ridicule opposing ideas, slander and smear those who hold them. That has been the unified response of the Democrats, which, in itself should raise hackles of suspicion. But for the rest, wanting it to go away simply because it’s too horrifying to contemplate, the response is, “Show us the evidence!!! Show us the evidence!!! Or shut up!!!” This is utter nonsense.
The evidence is everywhere. What we’re hearing is akin to telling a homicide detective, “If you haven’t solved the crime, then there are no grounds to investigate. Yeah, ok, there’s a body on the floor. But we don’t know how it got there. Could have been any number of reasons. All you have is unproven theories. How do we know this isn’t just a witch hunt?”
I repeat—there’s a body on the floor and blood all around. That is precisely why you investigate. Unless no one wants the truth to get out.
In this case, the body on the floor takes the form of statistical anomalies too numerous to be passed off as random chance. In a casino, where statistics and probabilities are recognized as the invisible hand that rules everything, a number coming up five times in a row would trigger alarms throughout the whole place. If it kept coming up, you’d better believe there’d be an investigation. And someone would be leaving with broken fingers.
On November 3, the winning number came up dozens of times, in multiple locations. Each example in itself would be a statistical anomaly that screams, “This couldn’t happen without someone cooking the books.” Taken in aggregate, we’re well beyond David Hand’s Improbability Principle, which states that in a sufficiently large sample set, unlikely events will always occur, the operative word being “unlikely.” On November 3, the unlikely events became the norm, in multiple locations and varying circumstances, all leading to the same outcome. This turns the statistically improbable into the statistically impossible.
If our homicide detective then uncovered corroborating evidence—suspects seen fleeing the scene; questionable figures with motive, means and opportunity; neighbors who heard an argument—all this would certainly be sufficient to launch an investigation.
Then assume he was then called on the carpet by the police brass and told, “This needs to go away. Find a scapegoat, or call it suicide, but close it. By tomorrow.” He’d know that truth was no longer the goal. Politics was the driving force.
You want evidence? How about the staggering lack of curiosity? The entrenched unwillingness to examine any aspect of this debacle?
If you are one who sees no reason to question anything about the events of November 3rd, via con dios; I have nothing to say to you. You’re part of the problem.
If you simply don’t know what I’m talking about, educate yourself. Stop listening to state propaganda like CNN and FOX. Accurate information is available if you care to do your homework.
If you care anything about what used to be our electoral process, get curious. Want answers. Demand them of the charlatans who are supposed to be curious for us. And get out of the way of the only people right now who are trying to find answers.