Two blogs at at AmThinker this morning that deserve to be read together. Because together they strongly suggest--even if it's not statistically conclusive--that the Dems KNOW that there was actually a Red Wave.
The first blog presents some amazing numbers from the election: The numbers prove voter fraud. The author doesn't engage in any fancy numerical juggling--he simply presents the total votes for the past 4 elections (counting this one). It's stunning.
Now, before you say anything, yes, I understand that mail-in vote could arguably have changed things. My counter argument is--not as much as you're gonna see. Because extremely low Dem enthusiasm was a documentable factor--until the Dems started counting their votes. And, on the other hand,
So here are those numbers:
2020: 151,890,753 ... SO FAR!
Now think about this sensible observation:
How did we suddenly get 18 million more votes?
To date, Biden has scored 78,764,266 votes and Trump 73,126,487.
Note that Trump scored 10 million more votes this year than he did four years ago.
Nobody has accused Trump of massive vote theft ...
We get it about Trump's increase--all the polls showed tremendous enthusiasm for Trump among his supporters. And, as the author points out, nobody is claiming the GOP or Trump cheated to get that huge increase. Moreover, even if Trump got most of those 10 million new votes from people who usually don't vote, you know that he most likely got a not insignificant number from former Dems--for example, we know that that happened with Hispanics and with Black men. That's fact, and it points to a real Red Wave--as also reflected in the House elections.
But that means that Biden supposedly got a huge number of new votes--despite the lack of enthusiasm and despite Trump making major inroads in the Dem core demographics. I'm sorry, lack of enthusiasm will affect mail-in voting, too. None of this adds up. It just doesn't.
And what this suggests is election fraud on a scale that we used to associate with what we dismissively called the Third World--but which is now home to us. We're Numero Uno--Mundo Primero!
Monica Showalter offers us the second tell, quoting the New York Post. Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer are reported to be urging House Dems NOT TO TAKE JOBS IN A PUTATIVE BIDEN WHITE HOUSE. Yes, you read that right. Showalter is undoubtedly right about this:
Pelosi knows that a red wave happened, and the fact that she now has the most tenuous of majorities, ever shrinking as late-arriving vote counts come in, with 12 new GOP pickups so far, means it will be easier and easier to see the Democrats swept out in any special election. And if it doesn't happen soon, it will definitely happen in 2022 ...
Because the Dem agenda is multifariously unpopular. Not only that, but the Dem brand is now linked to three deeply unpopular things:
1. Antifa/BLM--and don't think their violence is going to end. Defunding the police, new Soros DA's (think Los Angeles, which had its problems already)--the Left want their agenda adopted and they'll use violence to get it. And House Dems know that that agenda is poison to their electoral chances.
2. A major part of the public are already aware that this was a stolen election. That awareness is sure to be reinforced in coming months--in spite of the Deep State Big Media/Tech Complex's worst efforts. Blatant and shameless election fraud is NOT a good look in America.
3. More Covid lockdowns. More schools shut down. Sooner or later parents will ask: Whose side are the teachers unions on? Oh, and Fauci telling the populace to shut up and cancel Thanksgiving and Christmas?
If this weren't true, there's no way that we'd be seeing a 12 seat GOP pickup, and Pelosi knows it. That 12 seat pickup is a very direct indication of just how unpopular that Dem brand has become. And if that doesn't convince, go back to square one--Trump's 10 million vote pickup.
One more indicator of all the above. House Dems are openly calling for Pelosi's head, with much of the blame for the disastrous electoral results being placed on Pelosi's embrace of street violence. In this climate, getting anything through the House--much less through the Senate--will be problematic at best.
Meanwhile in LaLa Land:
Joe Biden (if he is seated as president) says he plans to govern by executive order. No persuading, no debates, no compromise, no need to answer to the voters or raise funds, as happens in the hard legislative work of the House, just Joe and his pen and his phone.
There won't be any court packing anytime soon. And there will be court challenges to any Biden executive orders as well as to other issues dear to the heart of the totalitarian Left. While the SCOTUS can never be taken for granted, I believe that Justice Amy will make a BIG difference.
I can't see this ending well. I weep for our country. But maybe this will lead to a Great Awakening that will counter the Great Wokening.