Agree. You can't go by the official vote count as an indicator this year. Judging by rallies and yard signs and inaugurations and the likely actual vote count, it's probably more like 70%.Half the country doesn't/didn't support Trump.5% is many when half the country supports Trump.Pheh... "I feel this mentality is shared by many right wingers"..... define "many".
I would say at most 3% - 5%. Tops. But of course the left media puts a huge emphasis on those people trying to make it look like "most".
They did the same thing with white supremacist for the past 4 years.
Voting for someone is a poor indicator of a candidates support.
Unfortunate fact is, more people vote against the other candidate more thane "for" the person they voted for.
Party line voting and "the lesser of two evils" kind of thing.
In 2016, that was the first Presidential election I refrained from voting. I couldn't bring myself to vote for either one.
In 2020... I voted Trump. But that vote had basically zero to do with Trump. It was a hope to keep a senile old man 10 years past his prime from becoming President... who may very well die or lose mental capacity and Harris becomes President. Which, in my opinion, may be a very-very big problem.