Rigged Election 2020 wasn’t the first time it happened in America.
Throughout US history, it occurred time and again at the federal, state and local levels.
“Democracy” by duopoly rule eliminates competition from independent candidates, debauching the process, assuring democracy the way it should be doesn’t exist.
Most often, Republicans and Dems take turns governing.
Despite fulfilling the US privileged class’ wish list at least in most respects — notably by enriching the top 1% more greatly than ever before in a four-year period — it wasn’t good enough.
Pre-election, Trump was targeted for defeat, things pre-arranged, Biden/Harris chosen to replace him in January.
In comparison to past US rigged elections, 2020 grand theft may have been most brazen of all — a conspiracy involving undemocratic Dems, major media across the board, and a few renegade Republicans.
Their aim to replace Trump with Biden/Harris was made possible with electronic ease, vote-flipping, ballot-stuffing, and other shenanigans.
Indisputable, breathtaking, scandalous, and loathsome are a few among countless other adjectives of disgust to describe what happened.
The election came at a time when Pew Research (PR) found that most Americans “feel anger (and) fear (about) state of nation.”
“Few feel proud,” based on survey results reported on June 30.
PR found that 87% of Americans are dissatisfied with “how things are going,” 71% angry “about the state of the country,” 66% fearful.
Only 36% of respondents called Trump great or good, 42% calling him poor or terrible.
Joe Biden fared worse, only 28% calling him great or good, 43% calling him poor or terrible.
Both aspirants for the nation’s highest office were far from the people’s choice, based on the above data.
Yet voting-age Americans were virtually given no choice other than between column A or column B of duopoly rule.
PR also found that 89% of Trump voters were “very concerned about the country’s direction, and (that) Biden’s election would lead to lasting harm to the US.”
A similar overwhelming majority of Biden voters (90%) expressed the same view about a second Trump term.
PR also found that 43% of Republicans expressed concern about mail-in ballot fraud compared to 11% of Dems.