Paul noted President Donald Trump's "margin of 'defeat'" was covered by overnight "data dumps" in four key battleground states.
Paul Tweeted: "Interesting . . . Trump margin of “defeat” in 4 states occurred in 4 data dumps between 1:34-6:31 AM. Statistical anomaly? Fraud? Look at the evidence and decide for yourself.(That is, if Big Tech allows u to read this) Anomalies in Vote Counts; https://votepatternanalysis.substack.com/p/voting-anomalies-2020"
The voting anomalies outlined by the report linked to by Paul revealed more than 60 thousand votes, in many states.
On cue, Twitter slapped a "this claim about election fraud is disputed."
Twitter has been using that to reject Republican attempts to contest the presidential election results amid evidence of illegal votes, including from those who are deceased, unconstitutional election law changes forced by courts and Democrat officials against the will of the state legislatures, and questions about election voting systems.
Interviewed on "The Story" with Fox News host Martha MacCallum, Paul explained that the 2020 presidential election was "unprecedented" due to the high volume of mail-in votes cast because of the coronavirus pandemic. These mail-in votes, Paul insisted, are difficult to "validate."
"This was an unprecedented election," Paul said. "Normally, 99% show up in person and we can kind of police that the right people showed up because you don't have the same people showing up again and again. They sign in, they show an ID, and it's pretty easy to validate the vote.
"But now we have an election where maybe a third to a half mailed in their ballots," he added. "This has never ever happened in our history, so we have to validate, were they the right people?"
Pennsylvania on Tuesday confirmed the results of the presidential election, which former Vice President Joe Biden obtained by more than 80,000 votes. Paul said that if the Trump campaign takes Miller's statistical analysis to court, a judge may be convinced to order a study of absentee ballots in Pennsylvania.
"I would think that if we took this to a court, the court would then mandate that you have to look at all of the absentee votes one at a time, not count them, but verify whether or not the person who you say voted, you actually call them and ask them, 'did you vote' and 'who did you vote for' to verify the vote," Paul said.
About future elections, Sen. Paul said that voting in person is "the easiest way to validate an election is to vote in person."
"I'm not against voting early or having early voting, but the majority of the vote, the vast majority, needs to be in person because there are so many checkpoints," he added.