In 1968, Roberto de Vincenzo lost the Masters on one of the strangest infractions ever seen in the game. In the late stages of the tournament, the Argentine had par 4 on the 17th and playing partner Tommy Aaron wrote a bogey 5 on the scorecard. The infraction would cost the reigning Champion Golfer of the Year (Royal Portrush) a playoff with Bob Goalby the next morning.
Ten years later, at the Dixie 500 NASCAR Cup Series event in Hampton (the current Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500), Richard Petty seemingly crossed the finish line first at the late-season race. But upon a review of the scorecards in an era before transponder scoring (used in the early 1990's), Donnie Allison had won after the scorer had missed a few laps Allison made when the car crossed the scoring station but his scorer and backup failed to register it on the pen and paper system where the scorer wrote numbers on the clock every time the car crossed the scoring line. That infraction was caught by a 16-year old Brian France, the third-generation member of NASCAR's founding family and uncle of current NASCAR official Ben Kennedy. The France family also successfully mediated a dispute between amateur and professional racers that gave us the national governing body of motorsport, the Automobile
Competition Committee of the United States, after the AAA Contest Board disbanded in the wake of the 24 Heures du Mans disaster in 1955.
They relate to the dispute that our President, Donald John Trump, is fighting over fraudulent votes. The President is challenging the scorecard, unlike de Vincenzo in 1968, as if television evidence shows he had made birdie (4) on the 15th and it was scored by his marker as a triple bogey (8), and a par on the 17th (4) was written as a bogey (5), and another par (4) on the 18th was written as a bogey (5). It would be the equivalent of the 1978 NASCAR case if Biden had been given lap "dumps" where a scorer had pre-filled an entire 10-lap scorecard to make it seem Biden had made ten extra laps when he did not, and the chief scorer did not catch it.
The two hypothetical cases are similar to what actually happened in those years. But the President, like he does in business, sees fraud at the business, he has to go into the fraud prevention bureau to report the case, then investigate what happened. And in this case, we have massive fraud being conducted by the Left's choice cities in order to rig elections. A shrink buster is being attacked by those who are doing the shrinking. What coincidence do we have with normal business investigations? We saw it drive down Enron and later take down Ahold (later swallowed by Delhaize). The President has a country to save from urban elites that want a utopia from a third term of socialist leadership. And he is doing a better job than de Vincenzo in 1968 to catch the fraud.