Joe Biden marked an unexpected and unwanted milestone this month when he won a clear popular-vote majority in the presidential election but saw his party suffer substantial losses in the House of Representatives.
That unusual combination of results—the first time it’s happened in more than 120 years—crystallizes the core challenge Democrats face in translating their consistent victories in the popular vote into congressional power.
Let's take a look at another "anomaly":
'Historically strange' spike in incomplete Nevada voter files, casinos as ‘home.’ Bad files were 68 in 2020, but 13,372 in 2020. No sex, no age, casinos, temporary RV parks as 'home.'https://t.co/PTkDyf6z4z pic.twitter.com/5RYCMMg8DW— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) November 27, 2020
Those are just the few that were caught. Given Biden's "victory" margin of 33,600, more fake votes were used to drag Creepy over the finish line.