TomSchmidt suggests a spot check for circumstantial evidence of Dominion Voting Systems chicanery in New York:
I’d be interested in an analysis of two suburban NYC counties, AE. Westchester County voted for Biden, more strongly than for Clinton (who lives there) and I think Nassau went for Trump. Last time I think both went for Clinton.
I ask, because both counties are relatively wealthy, and decent analogues of each other. Except: Nassau and Westchester used different voting machine technology, ES&S in the case of the former, and Dominion in the case of the latter. No one is looking for fraud in NY state, and there might be none. But a comparison of the two might be interesting.
Both counties broke Democrat in 2016 and 2020.
In 2016, Clinton won Westchester by 33.7 points; in 2020, Biden won by 36.3 points. Democrats improved 2.6 points there from 2016 to 2020.
In 2016, Clinton won Nassau by 6.2 points; in 2020, Biden by 9.5 points. Democrats improved 3.3 points there from 2016 to 2020.
In the county that did not use the Dominion system the Democrat advantage grew more than it did in the county that used Dominion.
It’s not a kraken, it’s a water lily.