by Anne-Christine Hoff
The mainstream media continues to pitch the idea that the November 3 presidential election was free and fair. Yet the numbers just don’t add up. Looking closely at outcomes in states like Minnesota and Wisconsin, certain “red flag” patterns emerge. First, both states experienced an anomalous 89% voter turnout, a number between 14 and 22 points higher than the turnout in the 2016 General Election.
Secondly, both states had a surprisingly high number of ballots that were not completely filled out with a large portion of incomplete ballots either cast for Biden but not for a U.S. House Democrat (95% in Minnesota; 57% in Wisconsin) or a disproportionately high number of incomplete ballots cast for a US House Republican but not for Trump (43% in Wisconsin) [See link for more complete data.].