Prominent mathematician flags up to 100,000 Pennsylvania ballots

In a sworn dec­la­ra­tion, a respect­ed math­e­mati­cian says his analy­sis of elec­tion data and phone inter­views with Penn­syl­va­nia vot­ers rais­es ques­tions about as many as 100,000 absen­tee bal­lots request­ed in the key bat­tle­ground state where Pres­i­dent Trump and Joe Biden are sep­a­rat­ed by just about 82,000 votes.

Williams Col­lege Pro­fes­sor Steven Miller, a Yale and Prince­ton trained math expert, said he ana­lyzed Penn­syl­va­nia bal­lot data col­lect­ed by for­mer Trump cam­paign data chief Matt Bray­nard as well as 2,684 vot­er inter­views con­duct­ed by a phone bank and found two con­cern­ing pat­terns. One involved pos­si­ble votes that were not count­ed, the oth­er bal­lots that appeared to be request­ed by some­one oth­er than a reg­is­tered voter.

“I esti­mate that the num­ber of bal­lots that were either request­ed by some­one oth­er than the reg­is­tered Repub­li­can or request­ed and returned but not count­ed range from 89,397 to 98,801,” Miller said in the sworn state­ment pro­vid­ed to Just the News.

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