Is It True That Biden Won California? According to Benford’s Law, The Answer Is No

A recent research released on American Thinker answers a question that many people have been asking: Did Joe Biden win California?

Many states’ official presidential election results in 2020 have been called into question.

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Arizona, of course, is a must-see.

Maricopa County, Arizona, has been the subject of a genuine forensic audit.

Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania are among the states that could follow Arizona’s lead.

And now, a new state, California, may find itself in the spotlight of skewed 2020 election results.

A growing number of people are beginning to think…

You must first understand Benford’s Law in order to comprehend the analysis.

Benford’s Law was widely regarded as the gold standard in detecting fraud prior to the 2020 presidential election.

Benford’s Law was so widely accepted that it was utilized to discover financial misconduct in corporations.

It’s a technique for detecting fraud in numerical data.

So, what exactly is it?

According to the publication Towards Data Science:

Benford’s Law, also known as the Law of First Digits or the Phenomenon of Significant Digits, is the discovery that the first digits (or numerals) of numbers found in a series of records from various sources do not have a uniform distribution, but rather are arranged in such a way that the digit “1” is the most frequent, followed by “2,” “3,” and so on in a sequentially decreasing order.

Take a look at the following graphs with that in mind:


Benford’s Law, of course, was used to call into question the accuracy of battlefield states.

However, in California, this law was rarely used.


Because California is a blue state that never fails to deliver? Typically, they vote for Democrats.

Could they, nevertheless, have voted for Donald Trump in 2020?

Keep in mind that Governor Newsom was recalled by the people of California.

Does that strike you as a staunchly blue state?

Is it really so far-fetched to imagine that California was also involved in the 2020 presidential election, given all the irregularities?

Please share your thoughts in the comments box below!



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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