Despite getting “82 million historic votes” in the 2020 election, yet nobody shows support for Joe Biden ever. Not in person, not online, nowhere – well, except the fake news polls – that’s the only place you see this supposed “support for Biden.”
He can’t get even 1000 views on his YouTube speeches and still be called, the “most beloved politician of our lifetime.”
And this tweet from conservative pundit John Cardillo really sums it all up, doesn’t it? Here’s what he said: “No one takes Biden’s presidency seriously. Not Americans. Not foreign leaders. Not allies. Not enemies. Trump’s rally is packed. Dementia Man Bad can’t get 1000 viewers on YouTube.”
No one takes Biden’s presidency seriously.
Not Americans. Not foreign leaders. Not allies. Not enemies.
Trump’s rally is packed. Dementia Man Bad can’t get 1000 viewers on YouTube.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) June 26, 2021
Forbes previously reported last year:
Despite losing, Trump also benefited from a remarkably engaged electorate in 2020. (In the process, Trump became the first president since Benjamin Harrison in 1892 to lose the popular vote twice in successive election cycles.) Nonetheless, Biden’s margin of victory is decisive. Biden’s leads in raw numbers (6.2 million) and the percentage of the popular vote (3.9%) are both larger than those of Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney in 2012.
This is notable because Trump previously described Romney’s loss as a “slaughtering,” declaring that “Romney lost so badly.” Biden is also on pace to secure 306 electoral votes. When Trump had the same number of electoral votes in 2016, he referred to the results as a “landslide,” a “blowout” and a “historic” victory.
The 2020 election marks the seventh time in the last eight presidential elections that the Democratic candidate has won the popular vote (1992, 1996, 2000, 2008, 2012 and 2016). It’s the first time in history either party, Democrats or Republicans, can make that claim.