In the monumental Deep State effort to steal the 2020 election from President Donald Trump, many of the news anchors are claiming that there is no “evidence.” Anytime someone from President Trump’s legal team brings up more evidence, the anchors call it “hearsay” and claim there is “no evidence.” There is evidence. Some of it is concrete evidence based on a universally provable mathematical formula. But if you use the name of this mathematical law to try to share the information with others on social media, your post will be blocked by Twitter and labeled “adult sexual exploitation.”
The evidence of mass-scale Biden voter fraud is uncovered using a mathematical law called “Benford’s law,” named for physicist Frank Benford who first published the principle in 1938. Notice the name of the law.
It is not “Benford’s hope,” “Benford’s wishes,” “Benford’s dream” or “Benford’s burning desire for a pony for Christmas.”
It is Benford’s LAW. It’s called a mathematical law because it is just as well established and repeatable as any of Isaac Newton’s law of motion. As a mathematical proof, it is as accurate and recurring as 2+2=4. What does Benford’s law do?
The formula for Benford’s law allows a mathematician, scientist or accountant to use the distribution of first digits in a set of numbers to create a graph. In natural sets of data have not been tampered with, Benford’s law allows you to create a nearly identical graph every time.
Under Benford’s law, the numeral 1 appears as the first number much more commonly than each higher number. The numeral 1 will appear as the first digit in roughly 30% of all numbers, the numeral 2 appears about 17.6%, the numeral 3 appears in 12.5%, all the way down to the numeral 9 which appears as the first number about 5% of the time.
It sounds wild that this would produce a nearly identical graph every time (under natural circumstances), but it works. If you’re math-savvy enough, here’s the formula on Wikipedia and you can try it yourself.
If first digits do not produce a Benford graph in a set of data, it is positive proof that the data is false, and the numbers have been tampered with. When humans make up data, such as fraudulent votes in an election or numbers on an accounting spreadsheet, we distribute digits more uniformly. The end result is a wildly distorted graph.
Forensic accountants used Benford’s law to discover that Enron was committing fraud. Benford’s law has been used to check the accuracy of genome data in strands of DNA, to conduct pricing and macroeconomic analysis, and to determine that European Union fabricated economic data in order to trick Greece into entering the eurozone.
Benford’s law works for all sorts of applications, but it is especially useful in determining when election fraud has occurred. Benford’s law has been used in local, state and federal elections to prove that fraud occurred. And people who are crunching the numbers right now say that Joe Biden’s vote totals in multiple states do not produce an accurate Benford graph.
Benford’s law always works unless the numbers in a set of data have been tampered with by humans. Even in Washington, DC, where Joe Biden received 95% of the Swamp’s votes, Biden’s vote totals still produce an accurate Benford graph.
But in the big cities in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and other states, Joe Biden’s vote totals do not produce an accurate Benford graph. The numbers are not distributed correctly, because vote fraud took place.
And here’s a crazy one: Joe Biden’s vote totals in Chicago don’t produce an accurate graph. In other words, Biden lost Chicago – or Trump’s totals were high enough that they got nervous and fabricated a lot votes just to be on the safe side for Illinois.
The vote totals for Donald Trump, Kanye West, and the congressional House and Senate races in those states all produce accurate Benford graphs. Only Joe Biden’s vote totals produce a skewed graph. This is “evidence” of voter fraud which has been successfully used in local, state and federal elections in the past.
Facebook is now blocking all of its users from posting article’s about Benford’s law. Users can’t even post truncated bit.ly links to the information. Twitter labels posts linking to Benford’s law as “adult sexual exploitation” and warns users that they can’t post sexual or intimate information against someone’s consent.
I’m pretty sure that’s not one of the applications of Benford’s law.