The Texas heat map:
Red – Rampant Fraud
Yellow – Likely/Suspect Fraud
Green – Clean/Low Fraud
Dr. David Clements and Seth Keshel together are analyzing the election data from every US state and creating a strategy for those interested in an individualized forensic audit plan for each state.
On Wednesday the two experts looked at the state of Texas.
Captain Seth Keshel’s observations:
President Trump defeated Joe Biden 52% to 46.5% in Texas in 2020.
Trump – 5,890,347 (52.1%)
Biden – 5,259,126 (46.5%)
Dr. Keshel estimated there were 675,000 excess votes for Biden, conservatively estimated, in the 2020 election. Biden was up 1.38 million votes from Hillary Clinton, with Trump also up at a record number 1.21 million votes from 2016.
No party reg, heavy on 20-year pattern plus political trend. Trump trended Hispanic vote in Texas heavily Republican, but somehow “lost” Tarrant County and lost big margins in suburbs despite huge ~30% gains or more in all of them. Dem activity is obvious, many suburbs over 60% growth, huge urbans over 40%.
Put simply, massive Trump gains in San Antonio, Fort Worth, and Houston don’t agree historically with a corresponding massive Dem jump in those counties.
If accurate on the 675,000 excess vote, the Trump margin should have been roughly 55.4 to 43.1 (12.3%) with a margin of 1.3mm votes instead of 631k.
Best audit targets (RED) – Tarrant, Collin, Denton, Wichita, Taylor, Bell
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