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Flat White

The high cost of shoehorning Biden into the Presidency

4 November 2023

10:09 AM

4 November 2023

10:09 AM

Shoehorning? I’m sure you know what I mean. It is this: I do not believe that Biden’s basement-delivered campaign in the 2020 election resulted in his attracting more genuine votes than in 2012 had Barack Obama, patron saint of American political eloquence.

I won’t rehash my earlier examples of the strange vote counts reported in Arizona, Nevada, and Georgia to illustrate my point except to cite just one: in 2012, Barack Obama won 1,773,827 votes in Georgia.

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