5 days after the election PA was a 40K margin.

It’s now two & a half weeks after & 83K.
That’s the dishonesty of the below. First of all: why’d they stop counting at like 11pm? And then restart at 4am?

Maybe they had a change of heart & wanted to get the job done. So there was a large blue batch. Fair enough. And then another 40K that took two weeks to count? Image
It wasn’t “large Dem cities reporting”. Cause they didn’t finish. They did a massive dump that was bound to raise eyebrows given that they chose to do it in the dead of night cause reasons, followed by them “still having more out” for two weeks strong in multiple states.
Does he not understand how shady that’s going to look, especially to people that don’t know anything about this process? Even people that know it pretty well had to raise an eye brow.

For instance: Baris unable to get a straight answer out of Atlanta for how much is left.
Like Broward county all over again but in multiple cities.
November 9th was the end by court order. But for some reason the margin in PA has ticked up 1K or 2K every morning I’ve checked since. Those are all pre-November 9th & have taken this long to count? Image

• • •

Missing some Tweet in this thread? You can try to force a refresh

Keep Current with Selim Bradley

Selim Bradley Profile picture

Stay in touch and get notified when new unrolls are available from this author!

Read all threads

This Thread may be Removed Anytime!


Twitter may remove this content at anytime! Save it as PDF for later use!

Try unrolling a thread yourself!

how to unroll video
  1. Follow @ThreadReaderApp to mention us!

  2. From a Twitter thread mention us with a keyword "unroll"
@threadreaderapp unroll

Practice here first or read more on our help page!

More from @SelimSeesYou

21 Nov
Rust belt.

The naïveté of that second tweet. “Over the next day or so”. You mean weeks. Two weeks the counting will continue in PA at least. ImageImageImageImage
For anyone that says “nobody ever stopped counting that’s a conspiracy.” Image
Check the times. In a 4 hour window it all changed. ImageImageImageImage
Read 8 tweets
20 Nov
GA ImageImageImageImage
More GA ImageImageImageImage
7K left in Fulton at 1:20pm on Nov 5th
27K left in Fulton at 11:26am on Nov 6th
27K left in Fulton at 9:24pm on Nov 5th
7K left in Fulton at 10:16pm on Nov 5th

Read it twice. Three times if you have to. ImageImageImageImage
Read 11 tweets
20 Nov
I would take the same position on anyone who got HIV. They got what they deserved for their behavior. Karma.
It’s actually not even a true analogy: Rona is highly contagious, can catch it by breathing on people or touching surfaces or whatever the current science is.

With the other, all you had to do is not have unprotected sex in that manner. And yet they did it anyway.
But we were expect to fund billions in research & cry buckets of tears & condemn Reagan for his heartless response to it all. Go fuck yourselves.
Read 4 tweets
20 Nov
People cite PA GOP rules about not touching mail ins til day of as the reason it was so delayed/a mess (unlike FL who could start handling 22 days ahead). Ohio also couldn’t handle them early & did fine.

GA could handle them *upon receipt* as they came in & still a cluster fuck.
For one: part of the reason those were the rules was Dems putting poison pills in attempted legislation on the matter

But back to GA: wasn’t just a mess cause it was a close race. Took forever to count, nobody knew how many ballots, then during recount lost ballots are found lol
GA is an embarrassment. Both Kemp & the SoS should resign regardless what happens with Trump at this point.
Read 8 tweets
20 Nov
And there you have it. Well part of it.
“Close enough. +1 for Biden.” ImageImage
Erick Erickson completely unironically as far as I can tell: “there’s a reasonable explanation. As long as they had *a* signature, they weren’t rejected.”
Read 5 tweets
20 Nov
And also Nate is a liar. Are Miami & Minneapolis not large blue cities just like Milwaukee or Detroit? There is in fact a way to “guard against it going forward”. As you can see below, they didn’t report in the same manner. ImageImageImageImage
It either looks suspicious cause it is suspicious or it looks suspicious cause they chose to do it suspiciously in an optics sense (could have reported like Miami or Minneapolis & nobody would have a chart with a big jump)
He goes on to say WI is a particularly bad example for the jump cause they were completely transparent about what they had & this shouldn’t have been a surprise by the numbers.

I have no idea, maybe they were. But Philly wasn’t. Atlanta wasn’t. Maricopa wasn’t. Kept shifting.
Read 5 tweets

Did Thread Reader help you today?

Support us! We are indie developers!

This site is made by just two indie developers on a laptop doing marketing, support and development! Read more about the story.

Become a Premium Member ($3/month or $30/year) and get exclusive features!

Become Premium

Too expensive? Make a small donation by buying us coffee ($5) or help with server cost ($10)

Donate via Paypal Become our Patreon

Thank you for your support!

Follow Us on Twitter!