(Republican Party News) – When you look at the data from the 2020 presidential election, it becomes crystal clear that there are a lot of things about Joe Biden’s victory over former President Donald Trump that just do not add up.
According to Gateway Pundit, Biden ended up getting a record low number of counties in the United States by an alleged winner, bringing in only 16 percent. Trump on the other hand won every bellwether county except for one and every battleground race in the US House.
Trump managed to take Ohio, Florida, and Iowa. This is a feat that almost every single winning candidate has accomplished since the year 1960. Let that sink in for a minute or two. If you aren’t at least a little bit suspicious about all of this nonsense, one has to wonder if you’ve got your head shoved somewhere uncomfortable.
Biden actually won even fewer counties than his former teammate Barack Obama. And yet the left continues to claim that Biden had more votes than Obama.
Heck, Trump actually managed to win more of the black and Latino vote than any recent Republican since 1960. Again, how does this translate to Biden winning the election?
“According to The New York Post — Nationally, preliminary numbers indicated that 26 percent of Trump’s voting share came from nonwhite voters — the highest percentage for a GOP presidential candidate since 1960,” the GP report said.
“And President Trump made “sizeable” gains with large populations of Latinos and residents of Asian descent, including ones with the highest numbers of immigrants,” the report stated.
New data that’s been published by Catalist officially confirms that the former president won more women and voters of color in 2020 than he did during the 2016 campaign.
“The share of Trump voters who were women or people of color in last year’s election was 57.2%, up from 54.8% in 2016… The former president also increased his support among all racial demographics in 2020, with the exception of white men, making a 7-point gain among nonwhite women, a 4-point gain with nonwhite men, a 1-point gain with white women, and a 1-point loss among white men,” The Washington Examiner said.
“Black voter support also saw a substantial increase in last year’s election, with the group swinging 3 points toward Trump compared to 2016,” it continued.
“Along with massive increases in turnout, Latino vote share as a whole swung towards Trump by 8 points in two-way vote share compared to 2016, though Biden-Harris still enjoyed solid majority (61%) support among this group,” Catalist wrote concerning the analysis it completed of the data.
There’s obviously something seriously wrong with this picture. It doesn’t make logical sense. The math proves that Biden should not be the president. It should be Trump. And if it was, we’d be doing much better.
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