Was the election stolen? A forensic analysis can help restore faith in democracy.

The votes of the people do count,

recount, show corrected amount

But with voting machines,

code with “glitchy” routines;

by hand we must do a recount.

Ever since the election there have been loud voices proclaiming that the election was stolen. Most of the media have claimed that it was the greatest lie ever told by candidate Trump.

over 70% of Republican voters still believe that the election was stolen. Even about 30% of the Democrats believe so also, but many of them don’t mind, since it was for a greater purpose.

This is no way to try to unite the nation. There is a good way to resolve it, by conducting a forensic analysis of at least 6 states, all battleground states.

These are the allegations in the form of a handy chart.

In addition, such as the allegations from Antrim County in Michigan seem to  question the validity of the whole voting system, with machines connected to the internet during counting and numerous other problems, and if these questions are not further investigated I will never believe in an election again.

If all of the allegations will be proven false, I stand corrected.

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lenbilen

Retired engineer, graduated from Chalmers Technical University a long time ago with a degree in Technical Physics. Career in Aerospace, Analytical Chemistry, computer chip manufacturing and finally adjunct faculty at Pennsylvania State University, taught just one course in Computer Engineering, the Capstone Course.

One thought on “Was the election stolen? A forensic analysis can help restore faith in democracy.”

  1. The reality in my mind is no one’s voted counted. It was decided beforehand. So one may think they voted fair and square, nope. If this is never addressed, we are never to be free again. It will be decided. My opinion of course 👍

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