Searches for “Election Fraud Punishment” Peak in Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania Days Before the Election. By the Caldron Pool.
Searches for “Election Fraud Punishment” peaked in three significant states in the lead up to the 2020 U.S. Presidential election, according to Google Trends.
Search result data collected by Google reveals queries for the phrase “Election Fraud Punishment” peaked from October 18 through to early November.
And where did it peak? Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
Google collects all the search terms people search for, and their location, and makes that data available to advertisers — or anyone else who enters the right query.
It’s almost as if there were people in the swing states, ahead of the election, weighing up whether to commit election fraud. Curious.
No doubt, now that this story is trending, Google is adjusting their data or algorithms to disguise it or remove it.