My cmnt: I’m only including a small part of Root’s column here, the part I agree with. But this part is correct, I watched it with my own two eyes. Those dastardly mail-in ballots were the Covid-19 excuse they used to steal this election. Apparently this is going to be hard to prove. I really don’t see why. We have 37 days (at least) to go through all of these ballots and throw out the frauds. Let’s do it.
Three weeks ago, I made an interesting prediction on my national radio show and my social media pages. I predicted President Donald Trump would win a huge electoral victory on election night; Democrats would try to steal it away from him; we’d spend weeks or months in court and eventually wind up at the Supreme Court; we’d suffer mass unrest and riots during one of the most tough, divisive periods in America’s history; and then, finally, Trump would win the presidency with a Supreme Court ruling, led by our newest hero and champion of conservatism, Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
Let’s look at the first part of my prediction. Trump did win an election-night electoral landslide — before Democrats apparently stole it with massive fraud in key states, in the middle of the night. As of Nov. 3, Trump seemed to have won Florida, Ohio, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and the Midwestern states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa. What more do you want from the guy? Isn’t that an electoral landslide? How can any Republican lose with that hand?
Plus, Trump received about 70 million votes. That’s the most in history. Trump added a remarkable 8 million new votes since his victory in 2016. What more can a man do?
But he was never going to win. Not with 80 million votes, not with 90 million, not with 100 million. You name the number. It was never going to matter. Not with possible Democrat voter fraud, ballot harvesting, mail-in ballots and deadlines allowed well past Election Day. Trump and the GOP never had a chance. Not if you play it straight and the other guys are crooked.