Uh-oh: Bookies think the election was fixed..

And, since these bad boys take things like that very personally, they may provide the strongest impetus for election reforms.
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Yesterday, we reported a Rasmussen survey finding that almost half of American voters think that that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win.

Among those “believers” are some of America’s biggest bookies.

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Speaking on behalf of them is a Las Vegas legend named Wayne Allyn Root.

I’m Wayne Allyn Root.

I was a Las Vegas odds maker and sports gaming expert for four decades — long before I became known as a nationally syndicated talk show host.

I understand odds and gambling.

And I can tell you something is very wrong with this presidential election.

It reminds me of a fixed football game.

As an odds maker, when a football game is fixed, even if you can’t prove it, you know.

Gamblers feel that same way about this presidential election.

Let me give you the details of this election- from a gambler’s perspective.

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Trump entered the night a 2 to 1 underdog.

As soon as the polls started to close and the picture became clear, Trump’s odds quickly moved to even money. Then Trump became the slight favorite. Then a moderate favorite. Then a 2-to-1 favorite. Then 3 to 1. 4 to 1. 5 to 1. 6 to 1. 7 to 1. Finally, Trump moved to 8 to 1 favorite.

Bettors saw that Trump was dominating.

He clearly won not only those key states of Florida, Ohio and Texas, but Trump also enjoyed large leads in the entire Midwest- Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. It was all but over.

Trump had an electoral landslide. Hence the massive 8 to 1 odds in favor of Trump.

And then it happened. It was the most bizarre call in Election Night history.

Fox News called Arizona for Biden. Why? It wasn’t even close to over. There was no reason on earth to make that call.

It was as if someone had decided in advance to give Arizona to Biden — whether he won it, or not.

It was as if the secret code was known to only a few billionaire gamblers, “Fox News awards Arizona to Biden.” Six magic words.

Trump went from an 8 to 1 favorite to a 2 to 1 favorite. Then he was even money.

That drop set off alarm bells.

My friend who is one of the biggest bookmakers in the country called me to say, “Wayne, something is wrong. I’ve never seen a drop like that, let alone a drop that fast. How can Trump go from 8 to 1, to 2 to 1. Someone knows something. We’ve got a problem.”

Someone was ready for that call. Someone waited until Trump was a prohibitive 8 to 1 favorite, then knew to bet millions of dollars on Biden at the longest odds of the night. Someone knew the fix was in. Someone made a fortune.

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One more piece of the puzzle.

From almost the moment that secret code “Fox News awards Arizona to Biden” was spoken, three key Midwest battleground states with Democrat Governors all decided to stop counting votes for the night, with Trump way ahead.

Why?

Why all three, at the same time?

Like they were coordinated in advance. Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania all mysteriously quit counting around midnight.

To add to the idea of a fix, these states merely claimed they were stopping counting for the night.

After TV cameras and Republican poll watchers were all sent home, these Democrat states all resumed counting, suddenly finding all the ballots they needed to overcome large Trump leads.

Folks, someone knew.

The fix was in.

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A few key people made millions betting on this election.

They knew the exact minute to jump in. They knew exactly when a Trump landslide would turn to a Biden victory, with the help of a fake TV network call and fake ballots.

Trump was robbed. This election was stolen.

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Just another conspiracy theory?

Maybe.

But, perceptions are often motivating near-realities.

If a few key people made millions, then a few also lost millions.

And, if the big losers perceive that the election was rigged, that spells trouble for the riggers.

These bad boys play hard ball.

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Thanks to JC for feeding lead.

2 Responses to “Uh-oh: Bookies think the election was fixed..”

  1. Mike Says:

    Honestly, all this talk is just that, and it is hurting America. Read today’s WSJ Editorial and Barr’s assessment which is essentially “no meaningful fraud”. In an era of unchecked misinformation and speculation, continuing to focus on this conspiracy BS is beneath the HF standards IMO.

  2. Ken J. Says:

    Hi Mike,
    To be intellectually consistent, your comment indicates you believe there is a level of fraud that is acceptable. What is that acceptable level of fraud?

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