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Old 12-19-2020, 09:32 AM
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Location: Pittsburgh
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Originally Posted by ditchlights View Post
Very true. The last four years of temper tantrums from the left proved that without a doubt.
Those were quite the temper tantrums all across the US. Riots, looting and burning for 4 years. A promotion of a radical group called BLM/Antifa. Then Russia, impeachment and the list is never-ending. Yep, that is some temper tantrum. WOW!

 
Old 12-19-2020, 09:57 AM
 
Location: Free State of Florida
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You are not including the massive push for same day, same week and same month new voter registrations. The new total for registered voters is likely much more than 153 million now. It's not rocket science. This year was the biggest push for new legal voters ever.
America's population growth, not including immigrants, is close to zero, or perhaps even negative growth.

There's no way to know how many new registered voters there have been added from 2018 to 2020 because the stats lag. If we new that figure, we could calculate voter turnout.

My guesstimate, we'd need to have 90%+turnout to get 154M votes cast.

The highest voter turnout in the USA since 1900 was 73%. No way could this election legitimately attain 90%+

I stand with 47% of Americans, and 20% of them Democrats, who feel there was rampant election fraud.
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:02 AM
 
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America's population growth, not including immigrants, is close to zero, or perhaps even negative growth.

There's no way to know how many new registered voters there have been added from 2018 to 2020 because the stats lag. If we new that figure, we could calculate voter turnout.

My guesstimate, we'd need to have 90%+turnout to get 154M votes cast.

The highest voter turnout in the USA since 1900 was 73%. No way could this election legitimately attain 90%+

I stand with 47% of Americans, and 20% of them Democrats, who feel there was rampant election fraud.

You new nothing, Jon Snow.
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:04 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Junebug1967 View Post
I may be wrong but I believe your numbers are previously registered voters and do not include the historic push from social media, big tech and Democrat organizations to legally register new voters last minute and same day. That's probably where the higher number comes from.
You lost me at “legally”.
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:05 AM
 
Location: Free State of Florida
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Originally Posted by AfriqueNY View Post
Sore losers are never alone.
20% of those who feel there was rampant election fraud are Democrats, so you comment misses the mark.

I don't see the election as a loss for Pubs. I see it as a gain overall, so long as the Pubs retain the Senate, which I feel they will do.

The gain in the House was amazing, and if that trend continues, the House flips in 2022.

State houses went Republican by huge margins, and +1 for Governors.

Aside from Trump, Pubs won the election. Popular vote means zero, and Trump's too big of a spender for my tastes anyways.

I commend Trump for SCOTUS appointments, & 300 federal judges seated, & best employment stats in 50+ years he attained pre-covid, & for dismantling ACA.

Trump did much better than Clinton would have done, so I'm pleased.

I would not trade a Trump win, for the other wins the Pubs pulled off.
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:09 AM
 
Location: Home is Where You Park It
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Originally Posted by beach43ofus View Post
Even if there are 153M registered voters, there were 154M votes cast.

I realize there's population growth, but even with the growth factored into the equation, the turnout levels would have to be the highest ever to get to 154M votes cast.

I agree with the OP to some extent, it doesn't seem probable, even using the 153M registered voters figure PLUS the growth.

There was extensive fraud....47% of Americans agree with me, so I'm not alone.
I have news for you - turnout levels in the US were higher than they've been since about 1900 - https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/04/2020...projected.html

There are over 200 million people eligible to vote in the US. So as high as the turnout was, it's still only around 70% of the possible votes.

If you're looking for proof of fraud, this ain't it.
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:23 AM
 
Location: Kansas City, MISSOURI
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It took me just 1 minute to download their CSV and load it into Excel, and then add up the # of registered voters in the registered voters column.

The total number of registered voters, according to your own link, is 213,799,467.

You were off by 80 million!!!!!
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:28 AM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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Originally Posted by James Bond 007 View Post
It took me just 1 minute to download their CSV and load it into Excel, and then add up the # of registered voters in the registered voters column.

The total number of registered voters, according to your own link, is 213,799,467.

You were off by 80 million!!!!!
Nice try, now use a calculator.
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:35 AM
 
Location: Kansas City, MISSOURI
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Nice try, now use a calculator.
I did! Excel has a calculating function.

Download the CSV, open it in Excel (or some other spreadsheet) then below the 2nd column (# of registered voters) under Wyoming, type in: =SUM(B2:B51). Then press Enter.

That sums up all the numbers in the registered voters column. The total is 213,799,467.

If you do it via calculator you will get the same result.

Epic thread fail of embarrassing proportions!
 
Old 12-19-2020, 10:39 AM
 
Location: By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea
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Originally Posted by ditchlights View Post
Very true. The last four years of temper tantrums from the left proved that without a doubt.


And did nothing to prove the numbers that are the actual topic of this thread.
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