by Jack Davis
A report from a Republican monitoring the manual recount of the presidential election vote in Georgia said one of the counters was erroneously giving votes to Joe Biden that were cast for President Donald Trump.
Hale Soucie is a Republican National Committee monitor who’s watching the recount in Cobb County, according to Townhall.com. He was described by The New York Times in a Monday article as being with a group that was comprised of “concerned citizens of a conservative bent.”
The data below appears to “show a mathematically fraudulent result that is adding votes unnaturally to the tail of the [Montgomery County, PA] distribution.” In other words, the report alleges that additional ballots were added to counties that were expected to go for Biden “with the assumption the addition will not be noticed due to the already high Dem/Rep ratio.”For example, an “astonishing 16-point increase in the take of new votes favoring Biden” exists, requiring “not only a matched turnout of supporters to keep pace with Trump turnout at a higher required multiple,
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Examples of the Media Manipulating Events
There's no denying that the media often isn't wholly objective and truthful in its coverage of news events. The photos you're going to see below show just how easy it is to manipulate people's perceptions of an event that's being covered for the sake of whatever agenda that the powers-that-be at a given news network might have. Take a look: An angle makes a world of difference.
Creating the impression of strength in numbers for Hillary Clinton!
This soldier looks like he was threatening the boy in the first image.
It turns out he wasn't.
Not many people turned out for the launch of UK PM Theresa May's campaign bus...
This photo was staged between photographers and a young Palestinian.
The kid in this infamous photo was participating in a pro-immigration demonstration.
He wasn't even a detained illegal immigrant.
The camera was used to create the illusion of more people.
Not quite as many people there as was made out...