What follows is an in-depth statistical analysis of why the initial results of the 2018 California Senate race are absolutely fraudulent.
The short version:
- I was ahead of Erin Cruz in engagement by a minimum of 7 times, slated for at least 8 times as many votes as her. Yet the results reported that Cruz received almost 3 times as many votes as I did!
- We estimate that the Palestinian population, who knew very well about my race, accounted for about 50% of my reported vote; given their community’s relative size, that is a statistical impossibility.
- In the highly-receptive Black community of Oakland, I dominated interest across social networks, and had a strong on-the-ground presence. Yet, a public relations miracle occurred, and Oakland’s political nobodies suddenly rallied overwhelming support, despite no one even knowing who they were.
Using my website’s traffic as a scale, we can begin to tally the votes missing from my total.
We will make inferences about the site’s viewership based on the top 20 slots for visitors’ “city” (determined by geocoding their IP addresses).
From the last week’s collection of viewership data, we’ve had 20,699 visits from across the world. The United States accounted for at least 70% of visits where the country was known, so we estimate that 10,081 visitors from “an unknown country” were from the US. Factoring-in the confirmed locations, the total visits from the US would be about 15,142. 1933 of those visits were certainly from California, out of the 2393 visits which were certainly from the US. That means about 81% of US visits were from California. From 81%, we can assume that 10,699 visits from “unknown US cities” were California’s cities. Add this to the confirmed amount of 1933 Californian visits, and we have an estimated 12,632 visits from California in the last week; that’s 61% of all visits to my site coming from potential voters.
We know that 1430 of the visitors hailed from Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Fransisco. (San Diego was a Republican stronghold. All three of these cities boasted large Arab communities, which showed unanimous support for me. They were very important.) So, at least 74% of California visits (that’s 9347 visits) were from the critical LA/SD/SF trio; that’s 45% of all visits to my site (in the world) coming from highly-likely voters.
Using these 61% and 45% figures, we can begin to estimate my voter engagement from other sources of media.
Performing a YouTube search for “Patrick Little” and sorting by view count, we find the following highly-trafficked videos:
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cz9WMK240ZQ – 71,417 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0X8CTvLi8o – 45,404 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmQWCrsqaMU – 40,796 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inbCEpjFEzg – 37,173 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM-yZoSbL7E – 23,729 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wPA4FBqBWM – 16,414 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmiHW9zc6X8 – 15,597 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8uH7iyy7Hw – 13,257 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9CIIJc4pk4 – 10,593 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ka_6PVZ45bY – 10,519 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rDjr-Df9JQ – 10,347 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2Mc00WLJGA – 9266 views
These are only the videos which have survived (illegal) censorship over the past month!
At an absolute minimum, videos about me have been viewed 304,512 times on YouTube. We estimate that 45% of people encountering me globally are in LA/SD/SF. Let’s also assume that there is a high percentage of agency among my viewers, such that 80% of viewers will vote for me (who can vote for me). Let’s also generously assume that only 80% of the views were unique (20% were the same voter viewing a second video). Combining these percentages with the total views, we can expect 87,700 viewers of these videos to have been high-potential voters for me in Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco alone; looking at California broadly, we may have numbered 118,882!
Now, let’s compare that to Erin Cruz, the candidate whose events no one attended nor cared about:
According to the fraudulent election results, Cruz received almost 3 times as many votes as I did. But in terms of her engagement on YouTube, her most popular video had 7 times fewer views than my most popular video!
Let’s look at her most “noteworthy” YouTube engagements:
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkNZZwiG8GA – 10,024 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWrY5n_Ivv4 – 8274 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsO58hCsAVU – 4307 views
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOk92k0kJOE – 3997 views
Her best videos total 26,602 views, to my minimum of 304,512. Even if we granted 80% of those views coming from unique viewers, with 50% of viewers having the agency to vote for her, she would only garner 10,640 votes from this endeavor, to my estimated 87,700 to 118,882 from the same platform.
Beginning to doubt the poll results, yet?
It’s impressive to see our reach within our own sphere, but our presence even extends to left-wing channels. Scroll down through any of the videos which attack me, and from CBS News to The Young Turks to Erin Cruz, most of the commenters support me:
YouTube is just the tip of the iceberg. Let’s sample one of the many copies of our top video appearing on popular Facebook pages, like the Palestinian Quds News Network. We have another 63,000 views on that copy alone.
With Palestinians constituting about 6% of the US Arab population, and with over 1 million Arabs in California, we had up to 60,000 potential Palestinian-Americans ready for me to finally exact justice on the terrorist state of Israel. Let’s not forget: Israelis have bulldozed Palestinian homes, sniped pregnant Palestinian women in the stomach, and show no signs of disengaging from continual warfare.
Given my unanimous popularity in these communities, let’s say that 90% of Palestinians who voted would cast their votes for me. Only 10% of Californians vote, but with Palestinians being exceptionally-motivated (given the Jewish-led, US-financed genocide happening in their origin country), let’s say that we had a 5x turnout by Palestinians. That’d be a minimum of 27,000 votes for me from California’s Arab community.
But that would mean that one minority group accounted for about half of my total votes. Does that make any statistical sense?
And what about Oakland? Volunteers were supposedly leading my Black supporters to the polls and handing out fliers all day. My outreach was very effective in Oakland. Most people I approached listened intently, and even knowing I was a Republican candidate, they quickly pledged their vote to me.
Even if Oakland is “just a Democratic area,” why did no-names like “Crew” and “Mottus” and “Bhumitra” receive more support than I? We seriously doubt any of these candidates had the volunteers and outreach that I did, not to mention search exposure:
The Jewish supremacists must be terrified. They can smear me as a “white supremacist” until they’re blue in the face, but they cannot divide and conquer Americans. Just watch the video; the Black community loved me.
As an aside, to address any would-be dismissals of the power of my social media presence: during this digital age, we are highly confident in correlating Internet usage to political action. Just observe drivers texting at the wheel, or count the smartphones you see at any restaurant; Internet usage is ubiquitous in California. 80% of Californians are Internet users. Even the homeless are guaranteed mobile devices here, it’s a “human right.” Digital presence is the closest correlating factor to winning an election today.
If it wasn’t already obvious that our campaign has been sabotaged by the Jewish supremacist establishment, there will undoubtedly be more crimes overtly-committed in the days to come. We will continue to uncover the fraud behind this election, and return every last missing vote to the ballot box.