The MSM count (well NBC) shows Biden up by 6 million. Biden at about 79.8, Trump at about 73.8. Or rounded 80 million to 74 million.Winterborn wrote: ↑Mon Nov 23, 2020 8:54 pmIn lieu of a member who is locked in 89's basement, Bless Your Heart.JohnStOnge wrote: ↑Mon Nov 23, 2020 6:29 pm Again: This whole thing of acting like we should be SURPRISED that people voted against Trump is ridiculous. AGAIN: HE IS AN HISTORICALLY UNPOPULAR PRESIDENT. The majority of the People wanted him out and that's how they voted. Stop looking for "fraud" as the reason when it's not.
Trump garnered 73 million votes, the most in any American election outside of Biden's 80 million votes. Biden won the popular vote by 7 million people - 5 million in California, 1 million in New York and the rest scattered between Washington and Oregon primarily and a few other Dem strongholds. How many of those for Biden were anything but Trump votes (funny how he lost by the same reason he won against Hillary. Guess it goes from Hillary>Trump>Biden in the way people rank their dislike of them.) Trump lost the EC by about 45k votes in 3 states. That is not much of a sweeping mandate now is it? Almost exactly like how he was voted into office.
One has to wonder if he could of just kept his fingers away from Twitter what could/may of happened. Then again he may not be the figure he is without those Tweets. Something for the Historians to argue about over a beer I guess.
BTW: Hilary lost the election by 77k in three Midwest states. We are the same country in 2020 as we were in 2016, just a little more jaded and hopefully wiser.
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-e ... nt-results