The claim that Biden’s edge in 2020 relative to Clinton’s in 2016 is larger in the major urban centers of the five potential flip states than in other urban areas in the rest of the country is dubious. Here they are, bolded, comparatively included in a list of geographically and politically dispersed urban counties in other states:
There doesn’t appear to be any there, there.
The recent Gateway Pundit story about Rock County, Wisconsin, is similarly not going anywhere. The glitch was in the initial swapping of the names of the candidates in vote display fields, not in the way the votes were recorded. After that was fixed, the county fell exactly in line with how its own vote and that of surrounding counties vis-a-vis 2016.
The intention here is not to be a wet blanket. It’s to sharpen the steel. If the alleged irregularity can be disproven or satisfactorily explained with a half an hour of online digging, it’s not the smoking gun we’re after.