Odds Hillary Won Without Widespread Fraud: 1 in 77 Billion Says Berkeley, Stanford Studies
After applying various statistical models to subsets of 2016 primary voting data several academic researchers conclude Hillary Clinton’s win was only possible through widespread vote fraud.
Widespread allegations of election fraud and voter suppression across the United States during the 2016 Democratic Primary has sparked the interest of several academic researchers and what they discovered in their research is disturbing.
The researchers each performed independent studies, in which a few different statistical analysis was applied, to analyze various subsets of vote data and these independent studies all came to the same conclusion.
Namely that Hillary’s win was could have only been possible a result of widespread election fraud.
In fact one of the statistical models, applied by Stanford University researcher Rodolfo Cortes Barraganto to a subset of the data, found that the probability of the “huge discrepancies”, which “nearly all are in favor of Hillary Clinton by a huge margin, “was “statistically impossible” and that “the probability of this this happening was is 1 in 77 billion.”
Furthermore, the researchers found that the election fraud only occurred in places where the voting machines were hackable and that did not keep an paper trail of the ballots.
In these locations Hillary won by massive margins.
On the other hand, in locations that were not hackable and did keep paper trails of the ballots Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton.
Analysis also showed repeatedly irregularities and statistically impossible reverses in reported live votes in several locations across the country.
In commenting on the research Barragan stated that some of the analysis models applied in the research are 59 years old rock solid models yet the results seen here have never been witnessed in non-fraudulent election during that time period.
To summarize, at least four different independent studies were conducted with various statistical models applied.