Like every Presidential election this current one is being advertised as the most significant one of our lives as it will shape our nation’s future and that may be the case and it may not be too.
Where it is different though is how people can vote.
Due to the current pandemic the ability to vote by mail has become an option and because of this option there seems to be, especially when the data is looked at, a higher than ever chance of voter fraud
Yes, it is understood that this is a strong statement but, again, if one were to just look at the data a lot of things just do not add up.
Historically, from 1828 to 2016, when it comes to voter turnout, the data states that on average about 63.24% of the voting population actually votes.
This percent drops if we look at the most recent Presidential elections as voter turnout on average was 54.47% since 1968.
Where things seem to get strange is with the already counted votes, granted it is not known who the votes were for, it is only known that people voted.
Of Alabama’s total population about 28% of the people are under the age of 18 which would leave about 3,520,486 citizens able to vote if they did register to do so.
Alabama, before November 3, 2020, if one was to look at the data provided has a voter turnout of about 8.53% which is surprisingly very low.
Conversely, though, in Colorado, which has a population of 5,758,736, there is a total of 2,740,104.00 ballots already received according to the U.S. Elections Project.
Of Colorado’s total population roughly 27.70% of the population is under the age of 18 according to the U.S. Census which leaves roughly 4,163,566 possible registered voters
Colorado, before the November 3, 2020 Presidential election, has a voter turnout of 65.81% which is already over 11% higher than the U.S. average.
The data gets even more wild when looking at “Blue States” verse “Red States”.
Voter turnout in “Blue States” before November 3, 2020, on average, is 45.90% while in “Red States” it is only 33.79% with Montana being the highest at 67.92%
In terms of “Battleground States” (Georgia, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina and Ohio) voter turnout before November 3, 2020 is at 49.34%.
Again, the national average for voter turnout for the past 13 Presidential elections has been 54.47%.
Is the nation to believe that only another 10% of the entire population will go to the polls on November 3, 2020 or will this election produce a turnout that shatters the record of 81.20% set in 1860?
Either way things do not look up to par and yes, it does appear that there is something fraudulent going on…unless of course one is to believe that magically every single person in every single state not only registered to vote, but that they also did.