Let me offer a logically extended assumption, that is, assuming that not all who voted for Trump are myopic and blindly devoted MAGAs … not all of them.
Given Trump’s post-election dog-and-pony-show in which he does very little, if any, of his job responsibilities, but instead goes golfing, tweeting and sending out a legion of second-rate lawyers (the only one’s willing to take up his cause) to file frivolous lawsuits (they are currently 1 “win” and 30+ “losses thrown out of court)…
… and absolutely nothing toward contributing to the solution of our pandemic …
Assuming even partial intelligence and critical thinking on the part of many who voted for Donald, if we did a re-vote nationwide, I suspect he’d receive something between 40 and 50 million votes – if that.
The electoral college would hearken back to McGovern’s total against Nixon in 1972: to wit,
520 electoral college votes for Biden
and 17 for Trump.
Tennessee Mayor Says He Won’t Issue Mask Mandate ‘At This Time,’ as the ‘Holy Spirit’ Hasn’t Moved Him to Do So.
Mayor, this is the Holy Spirit.
I bring a message from The Almighty.
Tell your constituents He says to put on their god-damned masks.
Republican Congresspersons distancing themselves from Mr. Guess-Who-Lost-The-Election
From Answers in Genesis, Dr. Jennifer Rivera of the Creation Museum.
So that’s why I deserve to be called Four Eyes!
“God designed humans very specifically, with this nasal bone, because He knew, because of sin, we’d be wearing glasses and contacts, right?” she said while using a chimp and human skull as comparatives.
“So this helps hold our glasses. Primates have no need to wear glasses, so they were not created with that bone there.”
In sum, God knew we’d be sinners, and he knew that one day he’d slap us with worsening eye sight as we age as punishment for those sins, so he preemptively equipped us with nasal bones to support the technology that he knew would effectively counter his punishment.”
Meep Meep there Wiley!!
Both males and the snake had it coming.
More valid today than back then.
It is never too late to grow up … even if you’re an old duffer like me.
Oh give me a home.
What you can’t see is all the deer and antelope frolicking in her flower bed.
She uses discouraging words to tell her heat-packing hunter hubby to keep his heat locked up in the cabinet.