Former senator, strategist and Spectator Australia and Australian’s contributor Stephen Loosley wrote yesterday of what he called “conspiracy-saturated claims” about the US presidential election results:
Better to rely upon the seasoned judgment of Karl Rove … who observed that to steal a presidential election required a conspiracy of James Bond proportions.
Yet here is undisputed voting data in some of the swing states collated in his survey by US lawyer and columnist Stephen B. Meister. Read it and you’ll be surprised M didn’t ask Miss Moneypenny to summon 007.
In 2012, Barack Obama won 1,773,827 votes in Georgia. We are told Joe Biden won 2,473,633 votes in 2020, besting the first black president by a stunning 699,806 votes, about 40%. Donald Trump got 2,461,854.
In Nevada, Obama in 2012 won 531,373 votes; Biden, apparently, won 703,486, about 33% more than Obama had. Trump got 669,890 votes there.
Arizona is even more stunning: in 2012, Obama won 1,025,232 votes. Biden, seemingly, got 1,672,143 votes, an incredible 63% more than Obama. Trump got 1,661,686.
Biden’s basement bound campaign was a masterstroke, obviously.
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