How Did Joe Biden Become So Popular?
Updated: Dec 28, 2020
Just as American history is currently being revised by anti-American academia and by the propaganda "media," the circumstances surrounding the 2020 Presidential election will be altered by the left.
Biden, the absentee candidate with severe cognitive impediments, who did poorly in a shortened primary season, will be regarded as the most popular Presidential candidate in U.S. history.
The fact that the American people overwhelmingly rejected Biden's two previous bids for President starting in 1988 and again in 2008 will be hidden from future generations.
So what was that unusual thing Biden changed about himself? What were his fresh ideas and new policies that attracted a record 80 million people to vote for him?
It's a mystery because, as Biden stated himself when asked about adding judges to the Supreme court, "They'll know my opinion on court-packing when the election is over."
Such was the nations' insight into all of Biden's domestic and foreign policies. And the country is supposed to believe that the historic number of Americans who supported Biden did so while not knowing a single thing about him. Simultaneously, the propaganda media was satisfied with backing a man who never gave a press conference.
So, according to the Democrat election experts, 80 million Americans either voted on blind faith or hatred of President Trump.
Maybe the propaganda media has a point with hatred because hatred is a strong emotion. And profound hatred of a President so intense must be based on something more significant than bad tweets. Something such as an abysmal four years of failure.
So let's look at President Trump's failures that caused a record number of people to hate him with such passion that they would cast their vote for someone who wanted to bankrupt them by giving free healthcare to all illegal aliens. Or destroy their livelihoods by ending the fossil fuel industry.
Could it have been Trumps' policy that created almost 4 million jobs employing more Americans than ever recorded in the nation's history? Perhaps it's because African, Hispanic, and Asian Americans had the lowest unemployment rates ever, or that 3.9 million Americans were liberated off of food stamps? Could that cause such hatred?
Maybe the propaganda media believes the American citizen strongly disagreed with Trump when he forced NATO to spend 69 billion of their own money on their own defense or that the United States is now a net natural gas exporter for the first time since 1957? Could that cause such hatred?
To put it in the eloquent words used by the articulate Joe Biden, "Come on, man." If we are honest with ourselves, we will stop the nonsense circulating among the propaganda media and come to some rational conclusions. First, Biden didn't receive 80 million of anything except maybe an unreported campaign contribution from China.
Second, undoubtedly many people are not happy with the way the President tweets, but being unhappy is one thing, while voting against one's prosperity, freedom, and safety because of nasty tweets is another matter entirely.
And third, why would any person or government agency interested in the truth decide that possible evidence of voter fraud should never be presented in court and remain hidden?
But history is undoubtedly being made. If a stolen election is allowed to stand if an unelected person is permitted to control the world's most powerful position, then the country is undoubtedly lost.
And if such is the case, the only real history that occurred on November 3rd, 2020, is that there will never be another open and free election in America. There will be the appearance of elections, with pretend polls and fake debates but never a valid election run by the people.
But the propaganda media and the forces that stole the election haven't studied American history close enough. Or they forget about the history of Americans not giving up to the forces of evil.
Members of CNN, The New York Times, Wall Street, and Silicon Valley must have been absent when they taught about Bunker Hill, Gettysburg, and Normandy, to name only a few.
Perhaps, 74 million, the actual number of Americans who voted for a secure and flourishing future for their families, will have something to say about the apparent stealing of a Presidential election before the theft is finalized into history. Only time will tell.