The data provided to media sources and states during the 2020 Election labeled Edison data was the subject of much discussion after the 2020 Election. Today we revisit some of the analyses of this data.
TGP identified a number of glitches on the night of the 2020 Election and this led TGP to a data set from the election that was referred to as the Edison data set.
TGP reported on the millions of votes that were manipulated and stolen from President Trump in the election and the story went viral.
This then led to a review of Edison data by state. After looking into a few states we saw a pattern where hundreds of thousands of votes were recorded for Joe Biden and then from that point forward no new entries in the data set for each state deviated from a set pattern. We labeled this the “Drop and Roll”:
In April TGP shared a video of two individuals with attorney David Clements who had dug much deeper into the Edison data.
Draza Smith and Jeff O’Donnell shared much with Clements and comments about Wisconsin’s voter rolls were to focus of TGP’s article.
However, looking back there is much more in this interview and we took some notes to share and recommend you take the time to listen to this amazing presentation.
Here are some notes from this interview:
- Edison data was provided to NYT
- County and state data are reported separately
- County data are reported almost immediately
- Edison state data to NYT is reported slower than county data
- Results should equal if in a real election – results would be the same for all reporting at all times
‘Edison zero’ is when results for state data with NYT drop to zero
- At one point in the night in all the states, a zero value was entered into the Edison results
TGP reported on this in a prior article as well. This information was shared by Jeff O’Donnell.
- Before the ‘Edison zero’ moment, there are differences between the Edison state data and the county data
- State data is always below the county data (except with DC)
- Ultimately both the state and county data come to an agreement at the very end
- This ‘Edison zero’ moment happened in other races as well (i.e. other races of national interest as recorded at the NYT – governor, senator, etc.…)
- Smith and O’Donnell have their doubts about the Edison state data and believe it is perhaps totally fictional and used to paint a story to the public
- The county data may be fictional as well to some extent but are not as off as the Edison state data.
- Some county data obtained does correlate with county data and some doesn’t
- Edison state reporting is likely more related to an algorithm or pre-determined values
- Battleground states actually had more refined reporting down to the precinct level rather than county level as in other states
- Draza Smith believes ratio of Trump to Biden votes were preset for each state before the election
- But when Texas and then Florida went to Trump voting had to stop while they rearranged the remainder of the swing state votes
- The Edison zero moment occurred after Florida was called for Trump
- All states show this pattern
- Draza and O’Donnell believe there is some type of controller that manages the votes – a device similar to ones used in multiple industries
- Draza Smith says that it’s so messed up, that “there’s no way of reconstructing the true intention of the voter of any state of any race with the systems we have in place.”
- Jeff O’Donnell “I have probably done a fairly deep dive on 12 different states and I have found unacceptable, unacceptable things in all 12. Even in my worst nightmares previous to this election, I never dreamed that anything like this of such a massive scale could happen. We need answers to so many questions.”
- Everything we’ve put together with the idea of how things happened here, played out exactly the same way in the California recall election. This is why so many of these things make sense once you understand what was happening. Why did all those people…go in an vote and be told, oh you can’t vote, you’ve already cast a vote. In that particular situation the vote was going to be so horrible in the other direction, that they had to go in and not only have the phantom voters to overcome the deficit but they had to steal real people’s votes and vote for them and make up the deficit. So the things that we’re seeing happening are falling into line that it’s the same, it’s the same, it’s the same. We need to start demanding the answers as to why the same, the same, the same.”
- We need an audit of our time stamps. We need to get a better idea of how a ballot goes from the voter, to the tabulator, to the state and Edison and eventually to the New York Times.
See entire interview below.