Joe Biden got how many votes?!

In the 2020 presidential election, Joe Biden got over 81 million votes.

This is different, however, from saying over 81 million people voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

Yes, there were over 81 million votes registered for Joe Biden, but did over 81 million people actually vote for Joe Biden?

Let’s give this claim the smell test.

If we look back at the 2020 presidential race, Joe Biden was very unimpressive in his own party’s primary elections.

Once Biden was crowned with the democrat party nomination, his campaign for president was almost non-existent.

He rarely appeared anywhere, and when he did his turnout was abysmal and embarrassing.  

Yet, we are told to believe Joe Biden received more votes than any presidential candidate in history?!

We are told to believe that Joe Biden got almost 12 million more votes than Barack Obama got in 2008, and over 16 million more than Obama got in 2012?!

Really?

Joe Biden’s 81+ million votes was 7 million more than President Trump got, and President Trump’s 74+ million votes was 11 million more votes than he got when he beat Hillary Clinton in 2016.

And Joe Biden supposedly beat President Trump, even though the votes President Trump received from African-Americans, Hispanics, and Asians were up between 4%-7%.

Again…, really?

That’s an impressive gain.

It’s also always been said that no one wins the White House without winning Ohio…, but Joe Biden did.

So, how did Joe Biden manage to win the election?

That’s the question any fair-minded and independent thinking person has to ask.

And anyone with any common sense would have to say that Joe Biden’s victory DOES NOT pass the smell test…, not by a long shot.

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