81m.org has been keeping track of White House videos since early February. Today I reveal the running count of dislikes removed by YouTube since the inception of 81m.org. 3.9 Million dislikes removed! The entire list of removals by video is archived here. The official totals are: Nearly twice as many dislikes were removed as remain.Continue reading “YouTube removed 3.9 million dislikes for White House”
Supposedly 81 million actual people, not just ballots, voted for Joe Biden. There is ample reasons to suspect that foul play bumped this number by several million. You can find the evidence of it if you’re looking for it with an open mind. Even if not the case (doubtful), actual enthusiasm for this highly popularContinue reading “81 Million Ballots”
I’ve seen screenshots of YouTube modifying dislikes of White House videos. I decided I would do a thorough analysis myself. I wrote a script to check video stats every 80 seconds for 24 hours – for all videos on White House’s YouTube channel. The collected data is archived here and here. The format is space-separatedContinue reading “White House Youtube Dislike Manipulation”
Updated – 2021/01/06, 06:50 PM EST The results of the Georgia runoff election results do not make any logical sense to me. In the last 2 months I have probably seen political ads over 1000 times! No exaggeration. All for the 2 senate seats. There was not a single ad for Public Service Commission DistrictContinue reading “Something Rotten in Georgia”
I was trying to find timestamp data for the Georgia 2021 Senate Runoff election. I couldn’t find it easily via a google search, but I kept digging, and managed to find it and extract it from NY Times’ live prediction data feed. Here it is … Code … georgia.sh: Run it: format generates timestamp dataContinue reading “Georgia Senate Runoff Timestamp Data”
I thought this code could be useful for researchers. I wrote it a while ago, then never used it. Too busy 😦 elec.sh: Run it: Result: elec.png Enjoy 🙂 -Zoe Update 2020/12/06 County level data can be obtained with this code snippet: Run it: Contents of counties.txt is archived here.