It was unbelievable that Joe Biden did so well in Arizona considering the fact that he and Kamala Harris appeared at a campaign event in which they were unable to attract two dozen supporters. Between Labor Day and Election Day President Trump had 1.1 million people show up for his rallies while Joe Biden had less than 2,000. Yet, miraculously Biden got 81 million votes? You gotta be kidding me.
While President Trump is bringing in record numbers to his rallies, Biden can’t buy an audience. In 2016 Hillary Clinton brought in musicians to increase attendance at her rallies. But Biden couldn’t even do that.
President Trump crushed Biden. He had more events even with his 10-day COVID quarantine in mid-October. Plus the President saw more than 560 times the number of supporters as Biden. (Candidate Trump had nine times the number of supporters at his rallies when compared to Crooked Hillary in 2016.)
So, what are the Democrats most afraid of? They are afraid that the people will see that the emperor is wearing no clothes. Not just in Arizona but throughout the swing states.
If Biden falls in Arizona, it will be easier to audit other states, and once enough states fall, even SCOTUS will not be able to ignore it. I’m just not convinced they would overturn the election. This current court has been a huge disappointment.
In 2016, President Trump drew nine times more people than Hillary, and in 2020 Trump drew over 500 times more people than Joe Biden, yet we are to believe he was the first Democrat to win Maricopa County in 72 years since Harry Truman pulled it off. The numbers just don’t seem to work out no matter how you add them up.
The total number of votes in Arizona in 2016 between Trump and Hillary was 2,413,568. There were a total number of votes between Trump and Biden of 3,333,829 votes. The number of votes increased in the state by 920,261 or nearly a million more votes. This was an increase of nearly 40% from 2016.
But somehow Biden, who couldn’t pay someone to come to his rally in Arizona, increased the number of votes over Hillary by 500,000 votes in the state or 44% more votes than Hillary. This would suggest that thousands of more people were excited about Joe Biden in Arizona when compared to Hillary Clinton.
There is simply no evidence to support this.
In Maricopa County, Biden won nearly 50% more votes than Hillary Clinton. Biden increased the number of votes from 2016 by 48%. What information supports this? Again, he couldn’t fill a parking lot less than a month before the audit.