Steve Cortes, who for decades did statistical analysis on Wall Street, makes the statistical case against a Biden 2020 election victory.
â€œA Biden win statistically is so improbable as to be impossible,â€ he said on War Room, Wednesday.
â€œThe idea that we [the Trump campaign] gained in vote share, in percentage, in the four largest cities in the U.S. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston,â€ Cortes said. â€œYet we did not gain in Phoenix, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Milwaukee, in all the places Joe Biden needed it just strains credulity.â€
Cortes said the Biden win is so full of anomalies that it would be analogous to a team sweeping the World Series with four perfect games.
â€œIs it statistically possible?â€ Cortes said. â€œTheoretically, I guess.
â€œIs it probable?â€ he said. â€œHell no.â€
For example, President Trump â€œdoubled his vote total in the Bronx,â€ and in Los Angeles County gained 500,000 raw votes.
â€œIt is mathematically impossible to have those results in the Bronxâ€¦and in LA, and have the 18 and 19 bellwether counties go for Trump but then to have different results in Atlanta, Philadelphia Detroit, and in Milwaukee,â€ said Stephen K. Bannon.
â€œThis is the steal,â€ he said. â€œThis gets to the heart of the mathematics.â€