Texas Lawsuit: Chances Biden Won In Battleground States – Less Than 1 In A Quadrillion!
A Texas lawsuit is claiming that the chances that Joe Biden won the 2020 election in battleground states are less than 1 in a quadrillion! The suit, filed in the US Supreme Court by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, calls for judicial intervention to ensure the integrity of the 2020 presidential election results.
According to a report by RT, the legal challenge focuses primarily on alleged breaches of election laws and norms by the four defendant states, it also references “expert analysis using a commonly accepted statistical test,” which points to “large-scale shenanigans.”
Chances of Biden winning Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin independently after @realDonaldTrump’s early lead is less than one in a quadrillion:
➡️ 1 in 1,000,000,000,000,000
Chances of him winning collectively is “one in a quadrillion to the 4th power”
Texas v. PA ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/tOlgPdai3r
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) December 9, 2020
The mainstream media is continuing to call any claims of voter fraud “baseless,” while social media joins forces and attempts to “dispute” any of the lawsuits.
Referring to a declaration submitted by Charles J. Cicchetti, the legal filing claims the probability of Biden winning the popular vote in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin independently, given President Donald Trump’s early lead in those states is “less than one in a quadrillion, or one in 1,000,000,000,000,000.” To win the four contested states collectively, the odds for Biden drop to “one in a quadrillion to the fourth power,” the lawsuit says. –RT
According to an article published by Reason, Trump’s disappearing leads in all four battleground states can be easily explained by mail-in ballots that were counted later and were heavily in Biden’s favor.
Cicchetti isn’t the only one to give extremely bad odds to Biden either. Pollster Patrick Basham, the founder of research organization the Democracy Institute, said that the Democrat’s victory defied “non-polling metrics” that have “a 100 percent accuracy rate,” and described the election results as “statistically implausible.”
Basham claims that these “non-polling metrics” are 100% accurate and can determine “how the candidates did in their respective presidential primaries, the number of individual donations, [and] how much enthusiasm each candidate generated in the opinion polls.”
We should see some kind of outcome from all of the election lawsuits within the next few weeks.
Article posted with permission from Mac Slavo