There are a great many statistical reasons why the election looks fishy. Add to this the claim that there are hundreds of pages of affidavits of election workers and observers swearing that there was election fraud.
Although time is running out, I'm looking forward to the evidence being presented in court. This likely will end up a bust because the claims could be exaggerated or hard to prove. I'm not optimistic, but hopeful.
It seems unlikely that the Republicans could be winning elections all over the place, including picking up 10 seats in Congress and still lose the Presidential election. This would mean that a great many people chose to vote Republican, but also chose to switch their presidential choice to Biden, despite him being the most comatose candidate in history. The odds of this would depend upon which states the Republicans picked up Congressional seats. It would also depend on which districts, which is more analysis than I want to get into right now. Maybe somebody in the media can figure this out.
I did not believe that given the existential threat the Left posed with the riots, lawlessness, and shutdowns, that the country would even remotely consider voting for the Left. If this is the case, then we have entered a new political era where Leftist idealogy is the new normal.
If a great many people were convinced that Trump stole the election in 2016 and that Trump is some sort of orange Hitler, then they might have felt morally justified in fudging the election this time. It would only take a handful of counties in the right states.
Regardless of whether or not it is true, I think that people will be arguing this issue for years to come. I expect to see one or more books roughly titled, "How the Left stole the election." Some people might even make a good case for it.
I hope that this leads to some sort of election reform where we can be certain that the result is an honest one.