Is it OK for me to say that talk of "American Exceptionalism" and "belief" therein makes me ill? It does.
I don't mean to be quoting Don Surber all day here, but he just reviewed the numbers that we've all been tossing around for the better part of two months. It's a handy and useful reminder of what went down.
Does anyone really think this happened without a bipartisan consensus--within the ruling class? I just can't see how this could have happened without a broad consensus within the ruling class that their subjects needed to be slapped down good and hard. Needed to be shown who runs this country.Excerpted from a much longer blog--Rupert surrenders to the left:. This is the reality of America as a nation:
That Democrats stuffed the ballot box is without question. Since giving women the right to vote, voter participation has averaged 55%, topping 60% only in 1964 when 61% of registered voters voted.
Murdoch and the people he bows to would have you believe that suddenly 67% of registered voters voted -- in a year when the media has promote a pandemic panic that has people fearing to go to the mailbox.
We went from 56% participation in 2016 to 67% in 4 years?
Without campaigning, Biden received 16 million more votes than Hillary?
That would be a 25% increase for a man who never finished higher than 4th in the Iowa caucus in his 32 years of running for president.
President Trump's addition of 12 million votes is more typical for a Republican president's second term. Well, a Republican president not named Bush, that is.
55% of the registered voters would be about 135 million voters. Subtract President Trump's 74 million votes and you have a more likely 61 million votes for Biden, a drop off of 4 million from Hillary.
That means Democrats shoved 20 million votes into the ballot box via mail fraud.
Few people in Washington want President Trump re-elected, not even the 3 ingrates he appointed to the Supreme Court. I plan to delve into this tomorrow.