This is even more depressing than the number of people who think Joe Biden is doing a just dandy job as President.
43% of those asked in a Morning Consult- Politico poll responded that the 2020 election should definitely not be overturned. That means that 57% are not certain that the election shouldn’t be overturned. Some think it probably shouldn’t be overturned—12%. 35% responded that the election results should definitely or probably be overturned. Morons. Since the election can’t possibly be overturned under any law imaginable or any sequence of events, and since even attempting such a thing would cause total chaos, the only answer that indicates that a respondent was taught civics by a fully functioning primate is: “Of course the 2020 election shouldn’t be overturned. What are you, nuts? Why are we wasting time even discussing this? Why don’t you ask if “Imagine” should come true?”
There is absolutely no evidence that the 2020 election, or any election, especially almost a year later, should be overturned, except the irrelevant fact that President Biden has loused up more faster and lost the trust of the public more quickly than any President in history—even with a disgraceful mainstream media trying everything but mass hypnosis to help Joe avoid accountability. The fact that you may detest the President is not grounds for voiding an election, though that is the insane theory that guided the Left’s attacks on Donald Trump for four years, including false claims that he was a madman and two contrived impeachments.
But you can’t blame this poll result on Democrats. The blame falls squarely on schools and neglectful parents, along with too many irresponsible and intellectually dishonest conservative pundits. Cementing its long-held and much deserved title as “the Stupid Party,” a full 60% of registered Republicans actually told the pollsters that they think the election should or probably should be overturned. The contempt that is due these mouth-breathers cannot be exaggerated. A similar amount of contempt is due any society that allows so much of its population to be both civically ignorant and incapable of critical reasoning.
Yes, a strong majority of Republicans think we have a parliamentary system…or can’t think at all. No party with a constituency this deluded or easily confused ought to be trusted with sharp objects, much less running the country.
Why hello, Gina! Back so soon?