“Something very strange happened in America’s democracy in the early hours of Wednesday November 4 and the days that followed,” wrote pollster and election expert Patrick Basham in his explosive op-ed for The Spectator just over a week ago.
It’s a sure way to get the entire media focused on destroying you but Basham spoke up anyway. And tonight he’s speaking even louder, when his interview with the great Mark Levin airs.
“If we are to accept that Biden won, against the trend of all these non-polling metrics, it not only means that one of these metrics was inaccurate this time, for the first time ever,” he tells Levin. “It means that each one of these metrics was wrong for the first time and at the same time as all the others.”
“It is not statistically impossible,” he says, “but it is statistically implausible.”
Levin’s interview with Basham airs in full tonight, but the clip released from it is already MUST SEE.
A MUST-SEE Life, Liberty & Levin at 8 PM eastern tonight on Fox! Please do NOT miss it, from beginning to end! If you can’t watch Live, please be sure to DVR the show! It is an essential episode! See you then! God bless! pic.twitter.com/mWml2c067Z
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) December 6, 2020
“He was the challenger. He has apparently, allegedly received more votes than any candidate for president in American history. And yet he has done very, very poorly in most of the country, except where it absolutely mattered,” says Basham. That is a dramatic point with dramatic implications.
“It’s reasonable” for Americans to want to find out what happened, wrote Basham very reasonably in his cogent and sane article that is being treated like tin foil hat time.
But he’s right, it’s reasonable for people to look at the data and ponder how we got from A to B. It’s not just reasonable, it’s human nature. And it’s responsible, too, considering the gravity of the consequence.
The full show airs tonight at 8pm eastern.
You know, the left and dems shouldn’t fear examination like they do. Not if they’re honest people. This is a normal and healthy thing to do. To check the work and make sure everything is in order. Their irrational freaking about it is what’s abnormal. Or suspicious, if you want to use another word.