Posted on 12.01.2020

Curiouser and Curiouser - Soapbox Jr.

“Curiouser and curiouser!” Cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English).” – Lewis Carroll

Strange things are afoot in the world. No, I’m not talking about the 2001-ish Monolith that was recently discovered in Utah and then mysteriously removed and has now reappeared in Romania.

I’m talking about 2020 Presidential election statistical anomalies so outrageous that they bear more attention than the liberal lapdog mainstream media is willing to give attention to, “crazy conspiracy theories at best,” according to the network news talking heads.

So what if a clogged and overflowing toilet was reported as a broken water pipe in a counting room which delayed counts in Fulton County Georgia?

So what if no work orders exist to where the alleged water pipe was allegedly repaired in Fulton County... allegedly? 

So what if there is a lawsuit in Michigan where two voters are claiming that the Michigan Secretary of State sent out over 300,000 ballots that had not been requested and another 35,109 ballots did not have an address, and over 13,000 votes were cast by voters who were no longer Michiganders? The same thing goes for Georgia where over 20,000  voters who no longer met residency requirements voted in a state where Biden’s margin of victory was 12,670.

So what if a whistleblower postal truck driver in Pennsylvania came forward on Tuesday to say up to 280,000 ballots were shipped across state lines in October?

So what if Twitter banned a mathematician who testified in an Arizona election results hearing? Bobby Piton said that based on the data he has seen, that he would be willing to bet his life on the fact that the results of the election results were fraudulent, and if he was charged with certifying Arizona’s election results, he would rather resign than certify them.

But nothing to see here.

The statistical evidence for fraud may be the least sexy of possible proof of wrongdoing, but it may be the most compelling.

Patrick Basham wrote a piece in The Spectator which makes some very good arguments.

For one thing, the Republicans won back most of the seats in the House of Representatives that they lost two years ago, including 27 toss-up races, and only lost one seat in the Senate, the Georgia runoff pending.

The surge of Republican seats in the House is and the holding of most seats in the Senate – so far – should be an indication of enthusiasm for the party in general, and for the top of the ticket as well.

Also, Biden outperformed the historic Obama election of 2008 when the first African American candidate ever to run for the presidency, however, he only won 524 counties of Obama’s 873 counties.

The fact that voting in key swing states where Trump had a comfortable lead stopped inexplicably and poll watchers were escorted out while the vote counting resumed sans observers and then the vote count all of a sudden took a statistically improbable turn when a 90%+ Biden to Trump vote ratio became the norm eventually eroding Trump’s lead.

Basham also notes that over 23,000 absentee ballots had impossible return dates, and 86,000 more were extremely suspicious in their dates as well.

The absentee ballot rejection rate was also unbelievably low, so much so that an analyst named Robert Barnes said, If the states simply imposed the same absentee ballot rejection rate as recent cycles, then Trump wins the election.”

There are also questions of custody chains and USB drives containing votes going missing, a larger than normal turnout by deceased voters, and ballots with no creases which indicate they were never placed in envelopes and mailed as the law requires.

Basham’s final point is back to that non-sexy statistical evidence. Biden started leading Trump with 89% of the votes tabulated, and in every one of the following 53 batches of votes, Biden led by 50.05% to 49.95% margin.

Curiouser and curiouser.

There’s a lot more evidence, both statistical and eyewitness by those who are swearing under penalty of perjury that there have been issues with the counting process, the signature matching, runs of ballots that all had birthdays from the year 1900, among other things. 

The evidence is mounting, but time is short.

We won’t know if this is going to matter in the next two weeks before the Electoral College meets to cast the official votes, and whatever legal challenges the Trump team is able to win. It’s still not over yet, but it could get interesting.

Get your popcorn ready.

What do you think?

Pray for our troops, our police, the peace of Jerusalem, and our nation.

God Bless America!


—  Charlie Daniels, Jr.


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Locked & Loaded
Amen, Amen & Amen Charlie Jr, I even got extra salt & butter for my popcorn, cause that's how I like it. Interesting is an understatement, if I lived in a liberal place like California I would even have a stock of hot dogs and marshmallows, because unfortunately there will be a lot of coals for a wiener roast when these cry babies discover the truth. I'm not sure how the path is, I know that time is short, but Trump knows no fear and I believe that he is appointed for this time,....nuff said Keep your powder dry....God Bless Plowboy
Posted by Plowboy
Curious indeed
The scent of big money is strong in this election. Way too many people that are in charge of the final results are turning a blind eye to evidence that is staring them in the face as the media continually blasts "no credible evidence has been found". Future historians will scratch their heads in disbelief as to what transpired in the years between 2016 and 2020 and the many fraudulent events that have occurred to oust a duly elected President of the United States. Sad indeed that this once mighty nation has fallen to such despicable treachery by those that were elected and swore an oath to uphold the Constitution and the many supposedly unbiased media outlets we should be able to entrust to investigate wrongdoing. The upcoming Georgia senate race is our main hope now to put a check and balance on further erosion of our liberties. It ain't over yet but Lady Liberty is in the corner with her hand clutching a towel and debating whether or not to throw it into the ring. Pray for America!
Posted by Mark
Ah, the same Patrick Basham that provided polls showing Trump would win in a landslide? Nice. Courts have ruled, recounts have happened, Republican judges, some appointed by Trump, have blasted the lawsuits as being without evidence or proof, Republican officials have dismissed the claims and Governors have certified the votes, the Director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security stated that claims of fraud were unsubstantiated or incoherent and yesterday Trump's own AG dismissed the claims of widespread fraud. Really, the only thing curiouser and curiouser is the fact that this fraud hoax continues to have legs. Trump started claiming fraud in the 2016 Iowa caucus against Ted Cruz, then the 2016 General Election popular vote, the 2018 midterms and now the 2020 General Election. He just can't handle that he lost. And, for some reason, some of his supporters will buy into any thing he says. That is of more concern for this country.
Posted by Bill
Yes Really
Bill in the end the truth shall be known, I hope and pray that you find it sooner than later Matthew 13:15 KJV For this people's heart is waxed gross, and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed; lest at any time they should see with their eyes and hear with their ears, and should understand with their heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them. Jeremiah 13:10 KJV This evil people, which refuse to hear my words, which walk in the imagination of their heart, and walk after other gods, to serve them, and to worship them, shall even be as this girdle, which is good for nothing. Philippians 2:10-11 KJV 10 That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;11 And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father........nuff said God Bless Plowboy
Posted by Plowboy
It was massive fraud/treason
It really is a case of treason, actively committing fraud to overthrow our government. The fix is already in for the January 5th Senate Georgia runoff election where the leftists have sent out 950,000 mail in ballots. If this is not overturned we will never have another fair election and our Republic will be lost. The President should invoke the Insurrection Act and activate the military to run a new election. (Yes, people are actively calling for this). May God bless our nation again and bring to light all of this fraud!
Posted by Paul
But even more really
Hey Plough....thanks for your note. And you are correct. In the end, the truth shall be known. As in it said in the book of Exodus, thou shalt not commit adultery. Not on the first wife, as Trump did. Or on the second wife, as Trump did, or on the third wife, as Trump did. My thought is that the Lord would have also frowned on paying off porn stars for sex, but it was not put on paper. I'm also reminded of the commandment that speaks to keeping the Sabbath day holy. My thought would be that would not include to jetting a golf course on Sunday, but I could be wrong. I can't find a specific commandment that addresses this, but to hear a mortal say he does not ask for forgiveness because he does not need to seems to contradict most Christian holdings. Or a man who does not attend any service, but uses a Christian location and a bible when convenient. Or a man who lies repeatedly without contrition, without recourse. I'm not sure that using Scripture to defend a person who lives his life beyond that same scripture makes sense. But, as you say, nuff said. Tis amazing the sins you can overlook in order to worship another "God". Oops, that is another commandment. As you say, locked and loaded, a true Christian pledge. Nuff said.
Posted by Bill
No, it’s NOT an indication of enthusiasm for the top of the ticket.
Charlie, one thing you said REALLY sticks out like a sore thumb. More votes for republicans running for Congress is COMPLETELY IRRELEVANT to how many votes Trump should get. There is absolutely NOTHING suspicious WHATSOEVER about more votes for republicans running for Congress but not for Trump. Lots of people have reason to vote this way. -- Tru Cola
Posted by Tru
Tru, many many moons ago when I went to school they taught something called the coattails effect of elections. I guess it is like 2 plus 2 does not equal 4 in today's world. The hardest thing for me to grasp back then was when the teacher said pi r squared, I thought pie are round and cornbread are squared. But when my daddy showed me that you could take the radius of grain bin, squared, multiply by pi, then multiplied by the height of the bin, then multiply times .80 you knew how many bushels you had, I saw the light.......nuff said God Bless Plowboy
Posted by Plowboy
The one’s God chose...
Reading some of the comments to this post. I just really had to comment. I may not be what one would call a bible toting off to church on Sunday Christian because I am not. I do however believe in God, having said that I, you and most all others have sinned and if you say you haven’t I’m not going to call you a liar and a bad person and that a sinner Is not worthy of doing Gods work. God does not choose the perfect man (bcuz frankly there are NO perfect MAN/WOMAN) he chooses the right man for the job. I know a little about the Bible and as you quote the Bible and perceive to know what God would or would not like there’s one thing you are forgetting it is not our place to judge and God forgives all sins. It is very striking to me how a God fearing person forget things that should come naturally as a moral compass if you will. “I do good I feel good, I do bad, I feel bad” this to me is a moral compass. One will feel bad as long as they need to to learn by their mistake “Monkey on my back” CD Jr that was a great read and I’m sorry for your loss. Saw your dad (2) years ago in ironically in Hope, AR. It was amazing!!! Now my apology again, you mentioned Jerusalem and this is one reason I don’t read the Bible. Why single out Jerusalem for prayer? I get it if you’re praying for your own country and if you expand on that why not pray for the entire world? That cabal has changed and hidden everything for hundreds of years, I hope you have researched and know exactly what we have been up against. In this I believe that the most sacred book so many are beholden to (I’m not mocking in anyway, my sister and brother-in-law actually have a church in Hope) I believe it has been tampered with, the evil perpetrated on the children of our world is unthinkable and almost as hard to speak of. Those who can do those things to babies would not allow the truth of our origin and Gods. I don’t believe God being a merciful God would chose one group of people over another, that by definition is racist and this is why I do not read the Bible. I hope I didn’t offend anyone, I’m blunt and don’t really know how to be any other way and I have been storing up the popcorn for just over (3) years now and I can’t wait for this movie to end... Oh, and Trump is trying to wake up people this is how we save the souls of America and by extension the world. ”WHERE WE GO 1 WE GO ALL” Bless you ALL! DMC
Posted by Donna
Responding to “Coattails”, by Plowboy
Plowboy, when you think about it, it makes sense that some of the things we learn in school are much less accurate than others. “Pi r squared”, of course, is very logical and one of the more accurate things. “Coattails effect of elections”, however, is less accurate. Some candidates, such as Donald Trump, are unique enough for the coattails to not work very well, if at all. If you were taught that the “coattails effect of elections” is always true, then your education has been less than perfect. Another example of one of the less accurate things we’ve learned in school is the way we trust what the dictionary says. Who decides what words are a part of the English language and what they mean? Experts who study how we speak and how we write. But this is quite a difficult task. And many of these decisions are based on opinion. For example, when English speakers say “sayonara”, is this a loan word that’s now a part of the English language, or a preference for a foreign word. Because of these kind of issues, it’s actually possible for the dictionary to be wrong about something. Yet we’ve been taught if it’s in the dictionary, it must be true and that settles it. My point is, your “coattails” statement holds no weight. -- Tru Cola
Posted by Tru
Responding to Donna
I don’t know if you’re one of those QAnon people. There’s certainly a lot of unthinkable evil perpetrated on children. But there’s no reason to believe it’s happening in specifically this way, with certain celebrities and a deep-state and with Trump leading the effort against it. That’s why I don’t believe these QAnon theories. -- Tru Cola
Posted by Tru