Shiva Ayyadurai has taken time out from his busy schedule of suing the Massachusetts Secretary of State over Ayyadurai's failure to win election to the Senate this year to provide "expert" advice to a group of never-say-die Trump supporters suing the Georgia Secretary of State over their man's failure to win re-election as president this year.
Ayyadurai currently has two separate suits against Bill Galvin, alleging Galvin successfully kept the now thrice-failed candidate from taking his rightful place in Washington in January - suits in which he has to research and write his own motions and briefs because he fired his lawyer.
On behalf of Trump-backing lawyers Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, Ayyadurai filed an affidavit in the latest Trump suit in Georgia, in which he states, under penalty of perjury, that he analyzed results from six counties in Georgia and concludes cheating is the only way Biden won because there's just no way so many Blacks in those counties hate Trump that much that the overwhelming majority of them would vote for Biden and because, naturally, every single white Republican in all six counties would have voted for Trump, and, yes, of course it is possible for him to deduce all this from the results, which do not state the race or party enrollment of individual voters, by using statistics of county racial and party-registration demographics. It's just science.
Ayyadurai, who claims "vast experience in engineering systems, pattern recognition, mathematical and computational modeling and analysis" - 16 pages of his 45-page affidavit consist of his CV - adds:
It is assumed in the United States of America, we have "One Person, One Vote." However, with the use of electronic voting systems, this is not guaranteed.
And therefore, the plaintiffs need to be given access to the actual paper ballots, not the electronic images he claims were used to tabulate votes.
Ironically, perhaps, in his two suits in Massachusetts, he claims the complete reverse: That the paper ballots we use here mean that "one person, one vote" is not guaranteed and that he wants Galvin censured and fined, to the tune of several hundred million dollars, for destroying the electronic images of those ballots - images Galvin's office says Massachusetts voting systems do not record.
Complete Ayyadurai affidavit (1.5M PDF).