The Great 2020 Mystery...Where did Biden Get 10 million More Votes Than Obama?

Ray From Cleveland

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I know many conservatives and republicans that are disgusted by Trump and who voted for Biden just to get him out. Regardless, Trump grew his votes by millions as well. So it was the combo of COVID and the hyper partisan politically charged environment that brought people out. The numbers were not near 100%. They were 66%. You need to check your math
You need to learn how to read.

If we still have 153 million registered voters in this country, 66.7% means that only 97 million voters voted. That didn't happen, we had 154 million voters.
 

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I know many conservatives and republicans that are disgusted by Trump and who voted for Biden just to get him out. Regardless, Trump grew his votes by millions as well. So it was the combo of COVID and the hyper partisan politically charged environment that brought people out. The numbers were not near 100%. They were 66%. You need to check your math
You need to learn how to read.

If we still have 153 million registered voters in this country, 66.7% means that only 97 million voters voted. That didn't happen, we had 154 million voters.
Where did you find the 153 million stat? Cause I posted a link showing 240 million
 

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Where did you find the 153 million stat? Cause I posted a link showing 240 million
I posted that already. You didn't even look at it.


There are 240 million adults (people 18 years and older) in this country. That's where you're getting screwed up at. Comparing how many people voted to the entire adult population in the US is like comparing it to the entire adult population of the world. It's meaningless. Only registered voters count.
 

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Where did you find the 153 million stat? Cause I posted a link showing 240 million
I posted that already. You didn't even look at it.


There are 240 million adults (people 18 years and older) in this country. That's where you're getting screwed up at. Comparing how many people voted to the entire adult population in the US is like comparing it to the entire adult population of the world. It's meaningless. Only registered voters count.
Dumbfuck, your data is two years old.

 

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Where did you find the 153 million stat? Cause I posted a link showing 240 million
I posted that already. You didn't even look at it.


There are 240 million adults (people 18 years and older) in this country. That's where you're getting screwed up at. Comparing how many people voted to the entire adult population in the US is like comparing it to the entire adult population of the world. It's meaningless. Only registered voters count.
Your stats are 2018... here are 2020. Click and read this time.

 

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Trump gained among all demographic groups, especially Hispanics, but also among blacks. he lost a few percent in white males (cucks, who cares?).
So from what ETHNIC demographic did Biden pull all those extra ten million votes he gained over Obama?

"Where did Biden Get 10 million More Votes Than Obama?"
By way of RACISM....ofcourse.
 

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our stats are 2018... here are 2020. Click and read this time.
I did read it. It's stating the percentage of the population that voted, not the percentage of registered voters. It's meaningless because only registered voters count.
 

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Trump gained among all demographic groups, especially Hispanics, but also among blacks. he lost a few percent in white males (cucks, who cares?).
So from what ETHNIC demographic did Biden pull all those extra ten million votes he gained over Obama?

"Where did Biden Get 10 million More Votes Than Obama?"
By way of RACISM....ofcourse.
LOL

Voting out Impeached Trump is racist in the minds of you cultists?
 

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our stats are 2018... here are 2020. Click and read this time.
I did read it. It's stating the percentage of the population that voted, not the percentage of registered voters. It's meaningless because only registered voters count.
You still haven't posted the number of registered voters in 2020. Which means your claims of 100% turnout is based on bullshit.
 

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Trump gained among all demographic groups, especially Hispanics, but also among blacks. he lost a few percent in white males (cucks, who cares?).
So from what ETHNIC demographic did Biden pull all those extra ten million votes he gained over Obama?

"Where did Biden Get 10 million More Votes Than Obama?"
By way of RACISM....ofcourse.
LOL

Voting out Impeached Trump is racist in the minds of you cultists?
The "Big Tent" party that cherishes boogers, beaners, rag heads, faggots, chicks with dicks and all things filthy and weird defaulted to the old straight normal rich white guy. WTF?
 

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Trump gained among all demographic groups, especially Hispanics, but also among blacks. he lost a few percent in white males (cucks, who cares?).
So from what ETHNIC demographic did Biden pull all those extra ten million votes he gained over Obama?

"Where did Biden Get 10 million More Votes Than Obama?"
By way of RACISM....ofcourse.
LOL

Voting out Impeached Trump is racist in the minds of you cultists?
The "Big Tent" party that cherishes boogers, beaners, rag heads, faggots, chicks with dicks and all things filthy and weird defaulted to the old straight normal rich white guy. WTF?
Still not racist, Spunky.
 

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We're not trying to prevent anybody from voting. We are trying to eliminate cheating which is what took place in this election. you have the right to vote but you don't have the right to have government walk up to your front door to vote. Voting by mail you can't verify who is voting, they didn't check signatures in some of these place, allowed to count ballots for the rest of the week instead of at the end of voting day, just nothing but fraud.
Actually, most of those things they've always done. The only difference is there were more mail in ballots because of Covid. Now, if you want to claim Covid (AKA TRUMP PLAGUE) is the reason Trump couldn't vote in person, then that goes for the rest of us, too.

As far as "Checking Signatures", um, is the person checking the signature a handwriting expert? My signature rarely looks the same way twice. Over the years of signing thousands of documents, it just kind of looks like a J-squiggle, E. B-squiggle. Honestly, Signature validation sounds like "literacy test", just another excuse to keep the darkies from voting.

Then why change this great place our founders created?
We already have. The country they created was kind of fucked up, a racist slave state where only those with property had any rights. We've had 250 years of guys like Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, JFK, MLK, Susan B. Anthony, etc. etc. who actually made this a place worth living in. We need to keep going in that direction.

You can move to your utopias in North Korea, Cuba, China, just a number of Socialist/ Communist places. Leave us alone. We love our free capitalist country.
As Tonto said to the Lone Ranger, "Who's 'we', Paleface?" You guys haven't won the popular vote honestly since 1988. (No, 2004 doesn't count, given you had to terrify the shit out of the population to get them to vote for Bush). If we put EVERY ISSUE on a national ballot, I promise you most of your positions would LOSE, LOSE, LOSE. Most people support the rich paying their fair share. Most people want sensible gun laws that keep guns out of the hands of nuts.

Singing it's praises? Do you know what I'd be worth today if all that money me and my employers contributed to SS and FICA were left for me to personally invest? I was born into this system, it wasn't like I got to vote for it or had a choice to not participate.
Actually, very little of it... you dont sound like a guy who invests smartly. You sound like a guy who lives in a slum, gets angry at his poor neighbors, but thinks he's superior, somehow.

I, on the other hand, live in a nice suburb. I have hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets.... and, yes, I am still glad that social security it there because you never know what might happen.
 

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You need to learn how to read.

If we still have 153 million registered voters in this country, 66.7% means that only 97 million voters voted. That didn't happen, we had 154 million voters.
Except we don't have 153 million registered voters. We have 240 million registered voters out of a population of 320 million.
 

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Except we don't have 153 million registered voters. We have 240 million registered voters out of a population of 320 million.
No, we have 240 million adults in the country. I posted my source for my claim.
 

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You need to learn how to read.

If we still have 153 million registered voters in this country, 66.7% means that only 97 million voters voted. That didn't happen, we had 154 million voters.
Except we don't have 153 million registered voters. We have 240 million registered voters out of a population of 320 million.
:link:
 

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Except we don't have 153 million registered voters. We have 240 million registered voters out of a population of 320 million.
No, we have 240 million adults in the country. I posted my source for my claim.
Your source is 2 years old and doesn't include record breaking voter registration for the 2020 election.
 

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Actually, most of those things they've always done. The only difference is there were more mail in ballots because of Covid. Now, if you want to claim Covid (AKA TRUMP PLAGUE) is the reason Trump couldn't vote in person, then that goes for the rest of us, too.

As far as "Checking Signatures", um, is the person checking the signature a handwriting expert? My signature rarely looks the same way twice. Over the years of signing thousands of documents, it just kind of looks like a J-squiggle, E. B-squiggle. Honestly, Signature validation sounds like "literacy test", just another excuse to keep the darkies from voting.
Why is that, because 'darkies" can't sign their name consistently? Pretty racist remark on your part.

You don't have to be a handwriting expert to see two different signatures. They do give you a crash course on what to look for. My friends wife was an elections worker for several years. But you do have to present valid identification which is important; something you don't have to do with mail in ballots. At least in my county, they scan your DL when you hand it to them.

We already have. The country they created was kind of fucked up, a racist slave state where only those with property had any rights. We've had 250 years of guys like Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, JFK, MLK, Susan B. Anthony, etc. etc. who actually made this a place worth living in. We need to keep going in that direction.
What direction is that, 26 trillion dollars in debt and growing? Communism was not in play in this country until recently. Nobody even thought about it. Today it's part and parcel of the Democrat party. None of the people you mentioned above ever thought about rigging the election system so only their party could win and have total control of the country.

As Tonto said to the Lone Ranger, "Who's 'we', Paleface?" You guys haven't won the popular vote honestly since 1988. (No, 2004 doesn't count, given you had to terrify the shit out of the population to get them to vote for Bush). If we put EVERY ISSUE on a national ballot, I promise you most of your positions would LOSE, LOSE, LOSE. Most people support the rich paying their fair share. Most people want sensible gun laws that keep guns out of the hands of nuts.
If you rob Peter to pay Paul, the Paul's of your society generally have no objection.

Our founders never wanted everybody to have a right to vote, only those who had a financial stake in the country. Even way back then they understood the nature of man. Giving people the right to vote money out of their neighbors pocket is very inviting to many people and create chaos such as what we have today.

We are the people who like our free and capitalist system. It makes no sense to change this country when we're the only one of it's kind, and there are so many of the others you want to change this country into. We became the strongest and richest nation in only a few hundred years, which is outstanding given most societies around the world are thousands of years old. We did that with capitalism, not Socialism or Communism. It's like the old saying goes: If it's not broke--don't fix it. It's why millions of people want to come here.

We love our country, and that's why we fight so hard to keep you from changing it.

Actually, very little of it... you dont sound like a guy who invests smartly. You sound like a guy who lives in a slum, gets angry at his poor neighbors, but thinks he's superior, somehow.

I, on the other hand, live in a nice suburb. I have hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets.... and, yes, I am still glad that social security it there because you never know what might happen.
I don't invest long term at all. That's why I have a professional reputable company invest for me. Even when the market crashed at the beginning of Covid, my account was only down a few thousand dollars, my company easily survived the housing crash and used the downside to our advantage. As for personal investments, I have land investments, tried the stock market for a short time, and spent a couple of years in the commodities market. It was all for fun. My land investment is paying off nicely and helping me in my older age which was in my plans, plus I really enjoy it.

SS sends out pamphlets now and then. It lists your (and your employers) contribution to the program every year you worked. Next time you get that pamphlet, take that to a reputable investment company, and ask them to calculate what you'd be worth today if you had all that money since you were a kid invested in a conservative growth account. If I die blowing out the candles on my birthday cake at the age of 67, my niece and nephew will inherit my property, they will inherit my bank accounts, they will inherit my IRA, my valuable guitars, and anything else they'd like to take. What they won't see is one dime of all the SS money I contributed to the system.
 

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No, we have 240 million adults in the country. I posted my source for my claim.
Sure you did.

We have 239 million eligible voters. Of them, 67% participated this year in Ending Trump


About 160 million Americans are estimated to have cast their votes this year, bringing voter turnout to more than 66 percent of the nation's 239.2 million eligible voters, according to McDonald's data. This is a significant jump from the last few decades' worth of presidential elections: Turnout has only cracked 60 percent a handful of times since 1968—and just barely, with 2008 clocking the highest turnout in that time period, at 61.6 percent. In 2016, 60.1 percent of eligible voters headed to the ballot boxes.
 

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Why is that, because 'darkies" can't sign their name consistently? Pretty racist remark on your part.

You don't have to be a handwriting expert to see two different signatures. They do give you a crash course on what to look for. My friends wife was an elections worker for several years. But you do have to present valid identification which is important; something you don't have to do with mail in ballots. At least in my county, they scan your DL when you hand it to them.
Actually, what i suspect is that racists will use any excuse to disenfranchise people of color. Any. So we don't give them one. Ever.

What direction is that, 26 trillion dollars in debt and growing? Communism was not in play in this country until recently. Nobody even thought about it. Today it's part and parcel of the Democrat party. None of the people you mentioned above ever thought about rigging the election system so only their party could win and have total control of the country.
We had no problem paying our Bills until Ronnie Raygun came along and decided the rich didn't have to pay their fair share. We paid for massive social programs, put men on the moon, had a huge military and massive infrastructure projects...

Yes, the problem is, the rich are buying our elections. Both parties used to get it, but one of them got bought out by the rich.

Our founders never wanted everybody to have a right to vote, only those who had a financial stake in the country. Even way back then they understood the nature of man. Giving people the right to vote money out of their neighbors pocket is very inviting to many people and create chaos such as what we have today.
We don't have chaos today. And the people whose money we vote to take away don't live in the neighborhoods we live in, so kind of fuck them. I don't now why a guy who LIVES IN A FUCKING SLUM is up at night worried that the rich don't have big enough mansions.

Battered housewife Republican, everyone.

We are the people who like our free and capitalist system. It makes no sense to change this country when we're the only one of it's kind, and there are so many of the others you want to change this country into. We became the strongest and richest nation in only a few hundred years, which is outstanding given most societies around the world are thousands of years old. We did that with capitalism, not Socialism or Communism. It's like the old saying goes: If it's not broke--don't fix it. It's why millions of people want to come here.
Uh, guy, being slightly better off than a third world country we've LOOTED his hardly anything to be proud of.

The thing is, our system is VERY BROKE. You know what they didn't have in Europe when Covid hit They didn't have a massive recession like we did. Theirs was mild. They didn't have riots in the streets like we did. Covid didn't kill our society, our "Co-morbidities" did. Racism, wealth inequality, the hollowing out of the middle class. Trump fucked it all up, now we have to fix it- AGAIN.
 

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