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Was it a "statistical impossibility" that Joe Biden won the 2020 U.S. Presidential election?

By stevea68 | SteveA | 9 Dec 2020


From what I've heard the initial voting results on "election day", President Trump was confidently in the lead and there didn't seem anything unusual about that (except possibly a lot of people would've preferred someone else)... if someone asked me what I'd have preferred, it would be something closer to a Ron Paul presidency back in the 80s and I'd have spent a good part of the day with the/an awesome girlfriend on the beach, eating ice cream and laying out on the beach, but WTF does my opinion matter right?!  Where does my life get involved in this or am I just supposed to listen to "how it is" by others? 

Ok, so skipping past all of that, here's a video claiming it was practically a "statistical impossibility" that Joe Biden won the U.S. presidencial election in 2020 from the initial voting results on election day.  I could say more and attempt to be more patient and understanding, but I'm seriously getting tired for now.  Maybe tomorrow will be better?

This stuff gets ridiculous and noone appears to be giving any apologies ... how's that going to work out?  "In the news" at least it appears people are practically rioting around the world.  Do people want me to participant as well?  (I DO have some ideas as to how to resolve this, UNLESS we're up against complete @$$holes)

 

 

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stevea68
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SteveA
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I'm limited to 510 characters for a description, so I'll waste a few making that comment. What else? There's a ton - are Big Bang and Cyclic Universe theories logical illusions? What forms of mathematics create beauty? Coffee, tea or a chocolate bar? ... or maybe what would an ideal partnership with someone be like? I'm both a "couch surfer" and explorer ... where might you like to go? I'm wishing us all the best.

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