... He's a dick and I'm surprised by the faith of his followers, but despite how large 21 million is, I feel pretty good that the percentage is that low.
Some (yet uncensored) internet outlets make (some) people feel very different from your perspective. Not that I'd agree with them (heavily trying to rival the Drudge Report, which accordingly just became another voice of the MSM), mainly delivering 'Jill & Joe stories' for 'better educated minds':
So ~ a little less than 10% of the eligible voters, and I'd bet a solid 30% of those aren't even voters (no faith in the system ect.). I'd bet that a similar survey in 2017 would have found a similar sentiment toward trump. You would probably need to word it as Clinton instated by 'any means necessary', but you'd have the same effect.
He's a dick and I'm surprised by the faith of his followers, but despite how large 21 million is, I feel pretty good that the percentage is that low.
According to emails contained in the documents, Zach Parkinson, then the campaignâs deputy director of communications, reached out to subordinates on Nov. 13 asking them to âsubstantiate or debunkâ several matters concerning Dominion. The next day, the emails show, Mr. Parkinson received a copy of a memo cobbled together by his staff from what largely appear to be news articles and public fact-checking services.
Even though the memo was hastily assembled, it rebutted a series of allegations that Ms. Powell and others were making in public. It found:
That Dominion did not use voting technology from the software company, Smartmatic, in the 2020 election.
That Dominion had no direct ties to Venezuela or to Mr. Soros.
And that there was no evidence that Dominionâs leadership had connections to left-wing âantifaâ activists, as Ms. Powell and others had claimed.
As Mr. Coomerâs lawyers wrote in their motion in the defamation suit, âThe memo produced by the Trump campaign shows that, at least internally, the Trump campaign found there was no evidence to support the conspiracy theories regarding Dominionâ and Mr. Coomer.
I think it was delayed because most of the people running it got covid
I honestly thought that was a joke, but alas...
The contractors hired to conduct a review of Maricopa County's 2020 election on Monday turned in part of their draft report to the Arizona Senate, but the full report is not yet ready because three of the team members have tested positive for COVID-19.
"The team expected to have the full draft ready for the Senate today, but unfortunately Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan and two other members of the five-person audit team have tested positive for COVID-19 and are quite sick," Fann said in a statement. "The Senate legal team will meet Wednesday to start reviewing the draft report."