Today, I plan to do all I can to avoid listening, watching, or otherwise paying any attention to the circus in DC. 25,000 troops, a fence, political vetting of the troops, and all the other trappings of a legitimate election (sarc) really have me eager to watch, not. In many ways, I consider this a day of mourning. Please join me and make their ratings tank. They will lie about it, but trust me, they will notice if the ratings tank. Tomorrow, mock and ridicule them but for today, ignore them.
Larry Correia is on a roll. If you missed them, check out The 2020 Election: Fuckery Is Afoot and the follow-up post The 2020 Election: The More Fuckery Update. Note, these do not deal with cases of fraud; rather, the statistical “red flags” that can indicate to an auditor or other investigator that there is indeed something to be investigated. Not that this will stop Twitter, FB and others from trying to ban it, but it is an important point.
His latest post is I Asked One Simple Question To People Who Work With Fraud. Larry laid out his case, based on his experience as an accountant, and asked the following:
One quick question, only answer if you have worked in auditing/stats/fraud/investigations/or other data analysis type fields. In your entire career, have you ever seen a case that threw up this many flags that DID NOT turn out to be fraud?
He is posting their replies. The media can deny that there is any fraud, claim there is not a large amount, scream, cry, and hold their breath until they turn blue; but, the real experts who deal with fraud speak out on the subject of red flags and their experiences — and the results are devastating to the media lie. If you haven’t already done so, read all three in order.