America Speaks on Election Security
Support for election security amongst Americans has reached new highs, despite the media constantly showing otherwise. Regardless of rhetoric on how election law and the process of holding elections is everything from outdated to inherently racist, the people of America, of all races, religions, economic status and thought, collectively believe that election security is a necessity.
In a new updated poll from Rasmussen Reports, 90% of potential voters are concerned with the potential for cheating within the election process. On top of this, a majority of 74% of these potential voters also believe that voter ID should be a requirement. Only 7% of those polled believe that it is not important to prevent election cheating. Although a very small number in itself, this goes to show that a small portion of American voters actually believe cheating should be allowed within the election process. To me personally, this number is ridiculous. It wouldn’t surprise me if all 7% of these voters wanted Biden to win the 2020 election.
The report stated that, “Voters overwhelmingly believe it’s important to prevent cheating in elections and agree that requiring photo identification is a reasonable measure to ensure election integrity.”
In addition, 61% agree with a statement from Donald Trump that, “Election reform must happen in swing states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin and Arizona, where voters have lost confidence in their electoral process.”
As of last month, from another reported poll from Monmouth University, 32% of potential voters believe that election fraud was the reason that Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election. 33% also support the election audits currently taking place across the United States.
Finally, a recent poll from Politico also shows that nearly 20% of those polled believe it is very or somewhat likely that Donald Trump will be reinstated as the President of the United States. Of those, 29% of Republicans believe it is likely, 13% of Democrats and 17% of Independents.
Looking at the current state of global and American affairs, it is reasonable to think that Joe Biden should not be the sitting President. For now, based on the narrative, he is the President and all the people of America and our allies around the world have to settle with the sitting man and hope for the best to happen from his decisions for the future of the United States. From the economy to Afghanistan, it seems like the worst continues to be what does actually happen, but until the audits reach conclusions otherwise or something else happens, we are stuck with the man we are told that we elected into office. Speaking to people I know, most of the folks who did vote for Biden in 2020 are beginning to question and regret their own decision in doing so.
Look at your gas. Look at your grocery bill. Look at the health mandates. Look at Afghanistan. Look at the military. Look at the state of leadership.
Do you miss Trump yet?