More than 432,000 votes for Trump were eliminated in Pennsylvania, data scientists say

The ballot counting room inside the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, Pa., On Nov.6, 2020.

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Pennsylvania election data shows President Donald Trump was taken away more than 432,000 votes in the November election, several data scientists report.

According to an analysis by the Data Integrity Group, obtained exclusively by The Epoch Times, thousands of votes for Trump both on Election Day and vote-by-mail ballots they were eliminated from the totals in at least 15 counties.

Election time series data shows that thousands of Trump votes declined in multiple counties over numerous time intervals rather than increasing, as would be expected under normal circumstances.

The group said the removal of votes on Election Day occurred during the vote counting process in at least 15 counties, including Lehigh County, Chester County, Allegheny County, Armstrong County, Westmoreland County, Northhampton County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Lackawanna County, Dauphin County, Pike County, Carbon County, Washington County, Erie County and Luzerne County.

On the other hand, there was an absentee vote elimination in Allegheny, Chester and Lehigh counties.

At least 432,116 votes 213,707 on Election Day and 218,409 absentee votes they were eliminated altogether.

“There were movements of votes in all the candidates. However, we did not see the same kind of negative drops in President Trump’s counts in any of the [otros] candidates we saw, and they happened repeatedly without any explanation, “group member Lynda McLaughlin told The Epoch Times.

The Pennsylvania Secretary of State’s Office did not respond to a request for comment from The Epoch Times.

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The Data Integrity Group is a group of scientists, engineers and machine learning experts who have been working together to check whether or not there was data manipulation in the 2020 general election.

The group’s team of data scientists includes Justin Mealey and Dave Lobue.

Mealey is a veteran who served for nine years in the United States Navy, where he worked as a cryptography and electronic warfare technician, and also as an Arabic translator. He worked at the NSA as a mission manager for the Levant / North Africa and later worked as a CIA contractor at the National Counterterrorism Center.

Lobue has 12 years of information science and machine learning experience in the financial services, telecommunications and research consulting industries. He currently specializes in artificial intelligence applications.

The group’s data scientists have analyzed election data from several states, including Arizona and Georgia.

In its analysis of Georgia election data, the group said it found that more than 30,000 votes for Trump had been removed from the tally, and that another 12,173 votes were shifted from Trump to Biden.

The group did not charge a state official, county-level official or voting machine manufacturer with a violation.

However, the group urged the state to authorize forensic audits to maintain the integrity of the elections and said it is irresponsible to certify the results before the alleged errors and anomalies are explained.

“The bottom line is that mistakes were made. The data confirms these errors and it should not matter if they were machines or humans, they are still errors and deserve a second review and a full analysis with forensic audits to find the answers, “said the group.

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Pennsylvania presidential electors voted for Biden and Kamala Harris on December 14, 2020 when the Electoral College met.

State-certified results show that Biden won cornerstone status by 80,555 votes.

Edison admits a mistake in the exchange of votes

During the vote counting process, the results, commonly known as the counted vote, are sent to the Office of the Secretary of State. The data is also shared with the media through Edison Research.

Mistakes can be made at various steps in the election results notification process.

Although it is unclear what caused the errors that were identified by the Data Integrity Group, Edison Research admitted to a reporting error that occurred independently.

In a widely broadcast video of the election night live broadcast on CNN, 19,958 votes were traded from Trump to Biden in 30 seconds.

Rob Farman, Edison’s vice president, admitted that the “change” was due to a brief notification error from Edison Research.

He explained to The Associated Press that a state report from Armstrong, Pennsylvania, first showed the correct values ​​of 24,233 votes for Trump and 4,275 for Biden, but a team member had erroneously entered them the other way around: 4,275 for Trump and 24,233 for Biden. Farman said the company’s quality control team discovered the error and corrected it that night.

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