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According to a Politico poll⏤there is a great deal of distrust and doubt as to the fairness and honorability of the 2020 election. Among the nearly 2,000 registered voters they questioned nationwide, 70% of Republicans said they didn’t believe the 2020 election was free and fair, and more than 10% of Democrats doubted so as well. 78% believed that mail-in voting led to widespread voter fraud, and 72% believed that ballots were tampered with. Of those, 84%, said it benefited Biden.
The poll is just another indicator that Americans’ distrust for each other continues to grow at a record pace. The role of government, the flag, patriotism, respect for the rule of law, and even how we handle a crisis have put Americans on polar opposite sides of about every issue.
An obvious head-scratcher is to wonder how an old notably cognitively challenged politician with no discernible accomplishments over nearly a half-century, lackluster Democratic primary performance in a field of radical lightweights, conspicuously inactive campaigning with no clear policy messaging, and no evidence whatsoever of enthusiasm within his own party ranks, could possibly have received the most votes in presidential history, Larry Bell asks. Professor Larry Bell: space architecture at the University of Houston where he founded the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture and the graduate program in space architecture. He is a columnist for both Newsmax and America Out Loud.
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