Here’s my summary of Scott Adams’s awesome 67 minute video on the possibility of voter fraud

By Daniel Alman (aka Dan from Squirrel Hill)

November 7, 2020

I watched this entire 67 minute video by Dilbert creator Scott Adams. I really enjoyed it.

He said that for any individual accusation of voter fraud, there’s a 95% chance that the accusation is false.

Then he says there is a 100% chance that voter fraud is real.

He said that using dead people wouldn’t get enough votes to flip an election, and would be too easy to detect.

He said the stories of vans full of fake ballots coming in the middle of the night are also fake for the same reason.

He then says that the only possible way to rig an election without getting caught would be to rig the voting software.

He says that there is a 100% chance that this will eventually happen, either by the highest ranking one or two employees at the software company (via either bribery or blackmail) or by hacking from the outside, such as by a foreign government, or a political opponent.

He also points out that the companies that write this software refuse to let the public see their code, as it is considered a trade secret.

He also points out that today’s computer software is so complex that there is only one or, at most, two people at any given software company who fully understand how the entire software package works, and that bribery or blackmail of these one or two people could be enough to swing an election. He also said that if the election was rigged, it will eventually be exposed by the data (including, but not limited, to Benford’s Law), and that the math experts have already begun their examination.

November 7, 2020. Tags: , , , , . Stop the steal, Voter fraud.

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