Someone got to Sidney Powell. That’s the only explanation that makes sense to me, as to why she would have backed down so suddenly when she had such compelling evidence about “the election thing” this past November. Rudy Giuliani seems to have just crawled back into a bottle and gave up after the Pence betrayal on January 6th. One Donald Trump loyalist, however, continues to chug along and work at exposing the truth. And the evidence that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has uncovered so far appears to be more than compelling.
At first glance, some of the claims that Mike Lindell suddenly started making in March seemed downright loopy. Lindell stated on Steve Bannon’s podcast that Donald Trump will be back in office by August. Lindell says he now has the goods on Dominion Voting Systems, the algorithms they use to swap votes between November 1 and November 5 to give Biden the illegitimate win, and that a whole bunch of people are going to be arrested starting in a few months.
Is this stark, raving mad lunacy? QAnon “hopium?” Has Mike Lindell, who has been surprisingly honest and open about his past battles with drug addiction, fallen off the wagon?
Dominion Voting Systems is suing Lindell for some ridiculous figure in the billions of dollars. Under normal circumstances, a person would probably follow their lawyer’s advice and shut up in that situation. Lindell’s attorney for that case is Alan Dershowitz, who is defending Lindell on the simple grounds that Mike Lindell has freedom of speech to voice his opinion. Instead of clamming up, Lindell has gone super-turbo-charged on the issue, producing videos showcasing the evidence his team has compiled.
This doesn’t strike me as a publicity stunt on the part of Lindell, and when you watch the videos he’s producing on the Dominion algorithms, he’s not coming across like a crazy person. Does Mike Lindell come across as “unpolished?” You bet – absolutely. But so do guys like Glenn Beck and Tucker Carlson, and I’ll bet you listen to at least one of those guys pretty regularly.
Lindell’s latest video, just published on March 1, shows pretty rock-solid (in my opinion) proof that a systematic attack on the November election took place. He interviews an award-winning scientist named Dr. Douglas Frank. Dr. Frank has been analyzing county-by-county election data for months, and presents his findings in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Colorado.
And get a load of this.
Dr. Frank proves that the same percentage of voters in the 18-30 age bracket voted in each county in each of those states. And the same percentage of people in their 30s voted in each county in each state. And the same percentage of people in their 40s, 50, 60s on up to 100 years of age voted in each county in each state.
Here’s another way to look at that. If you looked at voting rates county-by-county in a state, what would you expect to find? In one county, you might have 76% of voters in their 20s voting. In the next county, you might find 80% of people in their 20s voting, 56% of people in their 20s in another county, and so on. You wouldn’t expect to find exactly 82% of people in their 20s voting in every single county in a state. That’s simply not natural. That is a perfectly logical machine-generated resultb that a computer would spit out.
Here’s another frequent error that Dr. Frank found in his county-by-county analysis – and it’s something that could only be spotted by breaking the vote totals down by age groups as he did. In county after county, in each state he examined, there were always more votes cast by people in their 70s than the number of actual registered voters.
Dr. Frank’s research shows that the reason this happened was because the programmers of the machines used the 2010 census results to generate the outcome that they wanted. The programmers, according to Dr. Frank, did not anticipate that in most counties in America, the population of Americans in their 70s had declined in the past decade.
Finally, Dr. Frank was able to backwards-engineer the algorithm that he alleges produced these bizarre age-consistent results in all 50 states. Dr. Frank came up with a sixth order polynomial algorithm that allows him to reproduce the same results in every state that assigns the vote percentages to every age group. All that Dr. Frank has to do is plug in the number of votes cast in each county, and he can accurately predict the percentage number of registered voters – which matches up perfectly in every county.
It’s pretty amazing stuff, and I probably haven’t explained it very well. I’d recommend watching Mike Lindell’s latest video, because it’s easier to understand when you see Dr. Frank’s graphs visually.