[Ed. – Democrats’ mantra of late has been ‘Trump lost — there is nothing more to see here.’ But it appears there is more to say. To justify the numbers as they currently stand, Biden, who according to exit polls received 8% of the overall GOP vote in Pennsylvania would have needed to win 21% of mail-in ballots from Republicans in that state, as this analysis concludes.]
There has been a lot of focus on the number of mail-in ballots counted in Pennsylvania. … But what is even more important to examine is the impossible margins Joe Biden would have achieved just among those mail-in ballots and just in Pennsylvania in order to obtain the unofficial lead he currently has.
… We know that 2.6 million mail-in ballots have been counted in the Pennsylvania election returns, in addition to nearly 4.2 million Election Day votes. We also know from the secretary of state that Trump won Election Day votes, 2.7 million to 1.4 million. But we are to believe that Biden won 76% of mail-in ballots.
Yes, mail-ins overwhelmingly skewed Democrat … but they were not all from Democrats. We know that 64.7% of those votes were from registered Democrats, 23.7% from Republicans, and 11.6% from nonpartisan or other party voters.