Former Army intelligence Captain, elections data expert, and former baseball analyst Seth Keshel released earth shattering national fraud numbers over the weekend.
According to Keshel’s investigation there were conservatively 8,144,000 excess Joe Biden votes recorded in the 2020 election.
President Trump released a statement about Keshel’s findings shortly after.
At an Event with Congressional Candidate Jeff Zink, Keshel explained his process of data and trend analysis.
The Gateway Pundit’s Jordan Conradson spoke with Captain Keshel afterward.
Conradson: What makes this work accurate?
Keshel: The polls are not accurate. So, anybody that understands anything about analytics realizes that polls suffer from something called social desirability bias, people don’t answer truthfully about which candidate they support or which party they support, which is how you end up with these 43-39 polls with 18 percent undecided. It doesn’t tell you anything. And they’re also made in some ways to suppress turnout, usually of conservatives. Polling is generally not an accurate thing it’s been that way for quite some time, trend analysis is something that goes back decades as far back as these records are available, we’re talking about party registration data it’s very telling in places like Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. That’s the most accurate predictor there is. And I was able to use data like that, including understanding dynamic shifts and trends to predict the 2016 election perfectly including, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. And the data line over the same exact fashion this year was huge Republican expansion and gains in places like Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. So all the data suggests that these same states turning more Republican, Georgia, of course, we had a lot of issues on election day. But trend analysis is accurate, it’s plugged into real time, and it identifies behavior registration data and population.
Conradson: What is the next step, now that you’ve released the report?
Keshel: These audit teams have to be mission-focused we have over 3000 counties and independent cities, we can’t have everybody run out to every county, if not all have issues with election integrity. for instance on my map and if they didn’t have any issues in Iowa. They look pretty clean as far as the trend goes, but in other places like Miami, very lenient on these estimates, Miami has a green color, meaning is treated properly. So it was properly treated the Democrats lost votes from 2016. There was a National Coalition shift. The biggest National Coalition shifts are identified in states like Michigan and Pennsylvania, which trimmed perfectly they also moved in Florida every election since 1932 So they’ve never gone in a different version before right or left since 1928. So that’s a pretty strong indicator for those who come after my work and say that none of its predictive I have 10 points that General Flynn and I came up with that absolutely to demand audits nationwide and all the contested states and counts. But it’s not just the contested states the Electoral College had issues.
Conradson: Will you be at Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium?
Keshel: I’m going to be there. I’m going to present a high level overview. I don’t focus very much on how. I focus on what and where so I’m going to present the national overview which is the 10 points that I sent into AP f0r a rebuttal for which they don’t want to rebut that but I’ll be there. All right.
Conradson: What message do you have to state legislators in these states that there were serious issues?
Keshel: It’s the number one issue. you need to listen to your voters, you need to grow spines you know, you all know what happened in this election, you guys need to grow a spine and deal with it and listen to your voters. Have some courage. nothing great in history has ever happened without risking courage.