In 2016, Hillary beat Trump by 1.5%, and that’s with almost 4% of the total vote going to the Libertarian candidate (who likely pulled more votes from Trump than Hillary) and almost 2% going to the Independence candidate. In 2020, Biden beat Trump by 7% (with just 1% going to the Libertarian candidate). Despite a summer and fall where Minneapolis endured constant BLM/Antifa rioting, Biden reportedly dominated Trump in the Twin Cities area. Not only did Biden beat Trump by 5.5 points more than Hillary did, his vote total bested Hillary's by 350,000, in a state where Sanders and Warren (whose policies are relatively dissimilar to Biden's) had strong support.
Further, Minnesota's total votes were 2,921,498 in 2008, 2,950,780 in 2012, and 2,968,281 in 2016 -- reasonable increases. But in 2020, total votes made a huge jump to 3,292,997, an 11% increase. What makes this increase even more surprising is that Minnesota's voter turnout went from 74.7% to an eye-popping 79.96% -- the highest in the country.
While my analysis above obviously does not constitute evidence of fraud, the numbers make me very skeptical that the state's vote count was fair and honest.