It’s hard to imagine how Joe Biden broke the record for the most votes ever cast for a US presidential candidate, previously held by Obama. Joe has no charisma, poor attendance at his rallies, weak policies and obvious signs of dementia.
Isn’t it just population growth?
I doubt it. Firstly the population hasn’t grown that much since 2008 (approx. 8%). Secondly Joe isn’t half the candidate that Obama was.
Fear is a motivating factor to vote too. There is lots of room above the 55% turnout of 2016.
Higher turnout is a low bar for the US.
We already have a topic on the 2020 election.
What are you talking about?
Next to Trump he is the sexiest man on earth.
The alleged 89% turnout in one place is as believable as a chocolate kettle.
My kids got a chocolate kettle for Halloween.
Maybe it’s less about Joe’s charisma and more about the sitting president being an unprofessional asshole.
Reminds me of most of the right-wingers on this site. Ironic.
A reminder to everyone to keep things civil, broad swipes at members of the forum is uncivil @jimipresley please let’s have less of that. Thank you.
Sorry, Mick. That was out of order. My apologies.
A chocolate kettleball?
There is. Blockchain voting backed by social security numbers.
There is. It’s called paper.
Hilarious title. Thanks for the constant entertainment meant to not be taken seriously, like fox news claims in court.
My contribution for evidence, it’s as rock solid as the rest. See those eggs? They’re covering thousands of Trump ballots.
No paper. It’s impossible to verify every vote reliably. With blockchain, every vote could be verified by anyone with a PC and consensus would be universal. Results would be ready within minutes after the polls closed too.
Nope. Paper is the most secure form of voting out there.
Most of my arguments can be read in this topic.
Could do both, blockchain on paper, UV printing of dots invisible to the naked eye and the PO could track every one of the mail in ballots.
Plus changing demographics.
Once people get a grasp on this, they’ll be able to realize both why it’s not voter fraud, and why states like Texas turning blue in the future also aren’t voter fraud.
Reality is a hard smack in the face sometimes though.