Wednesday, December 23, 2020

The 2020 Election


According to Bloomberg, "around 239.2 million Americans were eligible to vote in 2020. At least 161 million Americans voted in the 2020 election, the largest percentage of voters in a U.S. presidential election in history". 

Despite what the mainstream media "reports", The Brennan Center finds that just six weeks before election day voter registration in 2020 declined by an average of 38 percent in 17 of the 21 states analyzed when compared with 2016 registration rates. 
 

The U.S. population at the start of 2020 numbered just over 331 million people. As of 2019 there were approximately 14.3 million illegal aliens residing within the United States... 2020 estimates are 17.2 million. 

In addition to illegal aliens, 24% (74.2 million) of the U.S. population is under age 18, and 4.5% (33.4 million) are is nursing homes. According to the American Hospital Association, 7.9% (24.1 million) people are hospitalized daily.

The Federal Aviation Administration reports that on any given day, about 2.9 million people are traveling by air. How many travelers on election day were U.S. citizens and eligible to vote? It is unknown, but a factor to take into consideration.

Combined, the questionable voter numbers are more than 53.6% of the total population of the United States. Historically, very few of the eligible voters in the above categories use the mail-in ballot. So, how many votes were legally cast?

The last year on record of registered voters was 2018. 153.1 million registered voters were eligible to vote in the 2018 elections. That means 86.1 million people registered to vote in the 2020 election for a total of 239.2 "according to Bloomberg."
 
That's 72.2% of the U.S. population which is highly unlikely. How many of these registered voters are illegal aliens, dead, or voted more than once?
 
According to NPR (National Public Radio)...  "Overall, more than 156 million Americans cast ballots in 2020. The final vote total is likely to get to about 158 million. That is more than 20 million higher than the 2016 record of 137 million votes cast".

Bloomberg says "at least 161 million Americans voted in the 2020 election." That's 3 to 5 million votes difference from NPR's report.

Supposedly, Donald Trump received 74 million votes and Joe Biden received 81 million votes, a total of 155 million votes.
 
According to the Washington Post, and other sources, 66.3% of the 239.2 (158,580,000) cast their ballots. That means 33.7% of registered voters did not cast their ballot. We never have 100% of registered voters cast ballots. And as far as I know, we have never had an election where more votes were cast than registered voters.

It's been a long time since I was in the 3rd grade learning arithmetic but here goes. If Donald Trump received 74 million votes... 74 from 158 = 84 million votes for Joe Biden. But, Biden received 81 million votes. Where are the other 3 million votes? All these figures are the "reported" numbers. Figures don't lie, but liars figure.

Why can't we get accurate numbers? Hmmm? 
 

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