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Larry Correia—a prolific novelist, conservative blogger and professional accountant based in Utah—used his mastery as a wordsmith to articulate the precise feeling shared by millions of Trump supporters who witnessed the Democrats’ overt and seemingly systematic attempts to commit vote fraud in last week’s election.
“All those little fraud schemes come in from various directions, except the fraud numbers add up quick in a tight race,” Correia posted in a post-election analysis Thursday on his website, Monster Hunt Nation.
“However, if you are behind by hundreds of thousands of votes in the middle of the night it requires some audacious level fuckery, which brings us to a red flag you can see from space,” he said.
The task has now befallen a host of truth-seekers in the conservative media and the eyewitness accounts of volunteer poll-watchers to counter a massive gaslighting effort in the mainstream media, which seeks to persuade the populace that Democrat candidate Joe Biden already won.
Those declarations violate every precedent and election norm—not to mention Democrats’ own past insistence to count every vote and to let the process run its course.
But faced with unparalleled turnout on Election Day from Trump supporters, Democrats who had, since at least March, plotted to ramp up their election-stealing strategies using mail-in voting, were forced to call an audible.
“When Trump pulled ahead in the midwestern swing states by what were starting to appear to be insurmountable amounts, they suddenly threw the brakes on the counts,” he said.
But while scrambling to compensate for having underestimated the Trump turnout, Democratic pollsters proceeded to get more and more reckless.
Drawing on his accounting experience, Correia said that the mass vote fraud was not unlike an insurance scam in which small mistakes all built on one another to establish the larger case.
“When you are auditing you see mistakes happen all the time. Humans make errors,” he said.
“Except in real life, mistakes usually go in different directions,” he continued. “When all the mistakes go in the same direction and benefit the same parties, they probably aren’t mistakes. They’re malfeasance.”
Correia’s lengthy post then proceeded to bring up many of the allegations swirling over suspicious counts in places like Michigan and Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
He said several of the turnout numbers supporting Biden seemed to be statistically impossible.
“In a small populace, you can get 100% of the vote. However the larger the sample, the more likely there will be dissenting votes,” he said.
“Even in the bluest of blue areas or reddest of red areas, somebody is going to be a cranky dissident, or an old person is going to fill in the wrong circle,” he added. “When you get into the hundreds or thousands yet maintain that kind of perfect ratio, basically impossible.”
Since his post, new evidence—promoted by whistleblowers, eyewitnesses and conservative media and Trump’s legal advisers—has raise even more flags.
Correia said that the anecdotal evidence only supported what was patently obvious from using his mathematics and statistically oriented breakdown of the totals.
“Here’s another thing you learn about auditing,” he said. “The more chaotic the system, the more chances for fraud. So when you come across a system that is extra chaotic on purpose, that tells you that the people running it want it that way for a reason.”
He warned that the legal battle was likely to be even worse than the 2000 dispute between George W. Bush and Al Gore, which ultimately was settled by the Supreme Court.
But apart from confirming the illegitimacy of Biden’s claims of victory, Correia, like other Trump backers, came up short in predicting the final outcome.
“What happens now? Beats me,” he said, noting that Trump would depend on conservative jurists and his political allies continuing to resist the immense pressure from the Left to overlook the facts and the law in the interest of convenience and stability.
“I can say without hesitation though, that fuckery is afoot, and if an actual real investigation happens they’ll be able to prove it,” he said.
“Only this is politics, so who knows,” he added. “The only thing I do know for certain is that this election is so fucked up it is just going to make America’s two halves hate each other even more.”