If you listen to the mainstream media, you will hear doubts about the 2020 election characterized as ‘the big lie.’ In 2008, President Obama got nearly 70,000,000 votes; President Trump got approximately 63,000,000 votes in 2016; President Trump got approximately 74,000,000 in 2020; President Biden got approximately 81,000,000 votes. To anyone who watched the rallies held by both men, that does not make sense. It is also telling that out of the 22 counties in America that routinely vote for the winner of a Presidential election, only one of those counties voted for President Biden (source here). There truly is something odd about the 2020 election.
On Friday, The American Thinker posted an article about ‘the big lie.’
The article notes:
With only a few days left until the 2022 midterms, Newsweek laments a new poll by Redfield and Wilton Strategies showing that 40 percent of Americans still believe that the 2020 presidential election was “rigged or stolen.”
This is presented as a shocking revelation about the number of Americans who still buy into the “Big Lie,” despite its “being proven false,” according to the article.
Newsweek buries this particular poll’s more interesting observations. For example, only 36 percent of respondents disagree that the 2020 election was rigged or stolen. Of that group, more than one in three find it “understandable” that others might believe that the election was rigged or stolen. Another 15 percent of respondents neither agreed nor disagreed, and 8 percent signified that they “didn’t know.”
One way to characterize these data is the manner in which Newsweek does, which is to suggest that a horrifying 40 percent of Americans believe in what a bipartisan mainstream media blitz has promoted as “the Big Lie” for nearly two years.
A far more accurate way to characterize these data, though, is to recognize that there are more Americans confident that the election was rigged than there are Americans who are confident that it was all on the up and up.
The evidence proving election fraud has never been admitted in court. The courts have blocked it. It can be found on the internet, but you have to look for it. There is obvious evidence of voting rules being changed at the last minute in a way that is not constitutional, and there are some very questionable data transactions in the tallying of votes. The truth will eventually come out, and people will wonder why they believed that there wasn’t fraud.
The article concludes:
But this is the true revelation of that Newsweek poll: though a “well funded cabal of powerful people” still desperately wants you to be ostracized, you are certainly not alone. Three in four Americans are either incapable of saying they are confident that the 2020 election wasn’t rigged or are, at the very least, understanding of how one might question its legitimacy. Only one in four Americans is confident that the election was totally secure and cannot understand how anyone might question its legitimacy.
The campaign we’ve witnessed for two years to present the former group as fringe radicals and the latter group as an incontrovertible consensus is nothing more than gaslighting on a national scale, conducted by that very same “well funded cabal of powerful people” in order to delegitimize, discourage, and destroy its political enemies.
I firmly believe that the truth will come out some day.