For people who are wondering how it is possible to tell when vote counting is fraudulent here is one way….

Using Benford’s law, one can tell whether the distribution of numbers from, for example, precinct candidate vote-total reports are random or fraudulent in nature. The way Benford’s law works is you take a bunch of numbers, for example deposit amounts that a business has recorded over the course of year, and for each of those amounts you record the first digit of the deposit.

So if a deposit on a particular day was in the amount of $1,234.56, you would record the ‘1’. You then do that for every other number in your dataset and Benford’s law holds that if the deposit amounts are truly random, the number ‘1’ will be most common, followed by ‘2’ and then ‘3’ and so on with ‘9’ being the least likely.

You’ll then be able to plot this on a graph so there is a sloping curve to the dataset. On the other hand, if the dataset has fraudulent numbers, you’ll end up with weird results like the number ‘4’ being most common or the number ‘8’.

The IRS uses this mathematical law to detect fraud in tax returns and/or the supporting documents that are filed with them, as well as by accounting firms that are auditing their clients’ books and records.

The statsguyphd has a detailed discussion on this here.

But the really interesting part is the graphs that were prepared by the user ‘cjph8914’ on Github: https://github.Com/cjph8914 in regard to candidate count datasets recorded by various cities in the 2020 election.

Take a gander below at what Biden’s vote counts look like in Chicago and Milwaukee and Allegheny, PA. I think the results speak for themselves, but suffice it to say, all the candidates [precinct] vote counts look normal except for Biden’s:

If it’s good enough for the IRS, it’s prima facie evidence of vote counting fraud.

QED.

If Biden’s managers were confident that they had won fair and square, they would want the counting to be transparent — so their candidates “victory” would be credible and legitimate.

Instead, transparency is being blocked at every turn by the Democrats and Democrat-leaning officials.