Huh? Is Biden is the most popular president in history?
How Biden managed to pull off one of the most stunning victories in presidential history?
Do you ever wonder?
How could a guy who can’t even articulate a complete phrase manage to get over 80 million people to vote?
It doesn’t add up, and every day something new emerges to cast doubt on Biden’s “great victory.”
President Trump held a rally in Tallahassee, Florida on July 3. The gathering drew around 45,000 Trump supporters, according to local papers.
Well, we have yet another illustration of Trump’s popularity against America’s bumbling basement “president’s” disfavor.
President Trump conducted a surprise press conference with lawyers from the non-profit America First Policy Institute just moments ago to launch a censorship class-action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, and Google, as well as their CEO.
Outlining the lawsuit’s First Amendment implications, President Trump and his lawyers stressed that this is not a partisan issue.
Our valuable First Amendment, on the other hand, must be safeguarded for all Americans.
Over 202,000 people tuned in to hear what the 45th President of the United States had to say before his press conference finished.
Nonetheless, they expect us to think that this bumbling Joe received more than 80 million votes?
It simply doesn’t add up, and anyone who believes it is simply blinded by their hatred for President Trump.