The Incredible String of Impossibilities You’re Supposed to Believe Right Now
Whoever recorded the election night coverage and caught that huge Biden miracle dump of ballots in Michigan deserves a medal. He or she took a screenshot of Biden receiving 138,000 votes in one batch – with zero for Trump – and it set this whole thing in motion. That first instance of catching the Democrats committing fraud set off an avalanche. We’re told that the first incident was a “glitch.” Since then, we’ve been asked to believe a lot of impossible things about this election. Let’s review some of those preposterous impossibilities.
First, there’s the uncharacteristic quietness of the media. Sure, they’re loud in telling us to accept the election results. I’m talking about how quiet they are about the numbers. “Joe Biden won and that’s all we need to know!”
This is abnormal and it’s impossible for me to accept.
Throw out your intelligence for a moment and pretend that Joe Biden actually won the election with 80 million votes. If that really happened – if anyone actually believed that had happened, the newscasts would be filled with celebratory pieces about Joe Biden’s miraculous victory.
Donald Trump is unquestionably the most popular Republican president in American history. And somehow a man who has never been considered popular defeated an incumbent president with record-high turnout. The media would be doing deep dives into the numbers and analyzing just how that happened, if they really believed that it happened.
Joe Biden supposedly received 80 million votes in this election. And he somehow achieved that with nearly record-low turnout among minority voters for a Democrat candidate. Trump won the highest percentage of minority votes since 1960 for a Republican candidate, while Biden won the lowest percentage of minority votes of any Democrat since 1960. Let that sink in for a second.
The Democrat Party’s Jim Crow laws and segregation were still in effect the last time that a Democrat candidate was so unpopular with minorities. But somehow, despite that dent in the Democrats’ coalition, Joe Biden surpassed Donald Trump’s vote totals by a record amount.
If the media believed this actually happened, they’d be devoting hours of airtime to looking at the numbers. Instead, they are wildly incurious. It would be like landing on Mars and discovering that there are Martians walking around there and the media just kind of shrugs and yawns at it. Ho hum!
By this point in the 2016 election cycle, we had tons of data and news stories about what had just happened. We knew how evangelicals and doctors and suburban housewives and LGBTQ voters and blacks and Hispanics and Asians and Sri Lankans and computer programmers and encyclopedia salesmen and coal miners and truck drivers and baristas and commercial fishermen and beat poets had voted. Everyone wanted to know who was in the Trump coalition that had pulled off that amazing upset victory.
But when Joe Biden smashes the all-time popular vote total, despite not having a single supporter who put up a Biden-Harris yard sign anywhere in the country, the media definitely does not want to look at the numbers. They somehow don’t care who is in the “Biden coalition.”
Media: “No need to look closely at any of the numbers or do any post-election analysis! Can we just skip ahead to the inauguration?”
Does that pass the smell test with anyone?
We are also expected to believe that despite the fact that Joe Biden is somehow the most popular politician in American history, the voters decided they didn’t really want any of Joe Biden’s policies implemented. How else do you explain the way that down-ballot Democrat candidates got hammered?
As of this writing, it looks like Republicans will be trailing the Democrats by 9 seats in the House. The Democrats have a razor-thin majority in the House. It’s the smallest majority Democrats have held over Republicans in the last decade. They’re talking about putting Nancy Pelosi up as Speaker once again, but before this is all over, the Democrats could still lose control of the House! A bunch of races are still up in the air. Meanwhile we’re supposed to believe that Trump lost but somehow the voters were so enamored with Republican House candidates that we gave them big wins?
We’re also supposed to believe that the “bellwether” states of Florida and Ohio, and 19 of 20 bellwether counties in America were won by President Trump – but Biden won the election. These predictive states and counties have determined the presidential election winner for decades now. I know that’s not scientific, but Joe Biden somehow lost all of those bellwethers and won the election? Really?
Anyone who believes this string of impossibilities has to be crazy.