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"The US Inability To Count Votes is a National Disgrace. And dangerous"-Glenn Greenwald

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 6, 2020 at 07:31

Dr. Pipes,

I'm sure you must be aware that Glenn Greenwald left the Intercept, which he established in 2013, because of disagreements with the editors about covering the Hunter Biden story.

Check the link and the title of the article is: "The US Inability To Count Votes is a National Disgrace. And Dangerous."

In Statistics 101 we learn that from a small sample one can reach a conclusions about who won and who lost and this is why at 8pm we already had the results of Vermont and not all ballots were counted

Now, in the case of Wisconsin, all of a sudden lots of ballots appear and all of them for Biden. If this is not Ballot Stuffing, or a very unlikely statistical outcome (which is not likely), there is no other way to explain it

More disasters? The AG of Pennsylvania and in a tweet told Trump that he will lose Pennsylvania because the Judges are 0:6. This means that the American justice system is not unlike what one will find in a Banana Republic

BTW: Glenn Greenwald is a Libertarian and he is not part of the crazy regressive left

https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the-us-inability-to-count-votes-is

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