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The Ten Irrefutable Points of 2020: An Epilogue
Some people are overly aggressive in their expectations or demands from others. I am a staunch believer in staying in my lane and encouraging others to stay in their own. My lane, regarding the current situation in America, is to highlight statistical and historical anomalies in our elections, and to help locals triage “what” and “where” by explaining “how much” and “why.”
We have many polls showing most Americans, perhaps as many as 60 percent, believe that 2020 was compromised with fraud. A substantial number of doubters come from the populist left, because they realize Bernie Sanders had his campaigns killed by a thousand procedural cuts and tricks twice. There is a limit as to how many people will come to agree with the majority on this subject, and I think that number is 65 to 70 percent. The mainstream media succeeds in their propaganda by keeping the reliable 30 to 35% of fools, lemmings, and sheep glued to the narratives and unable to form their own coherent thoughts. Those are the ones most likely to become paid left-wing activists who are told what to think and subsequently keep tensions artificially heightened in America.
Your job is to transmit facts and figures to the few rational people in your world who can have an intelligent conversation about a topic they may not share your views on. I have had several people reach out to me with success stories of how they convinced “lifelong Democrats” or other fence-sitters of the merits of the election integrity movement.
Without further ado, here are the 10 separate articles I refer to collectively as the “10 Irrefutable Points of the 2020 Election” (I am grateful for those willing to support my work in election integrity).
There you have it. The next time someone suffering from Biden Induced Depression Syndrome (BIDS) says, “maybe, but what proof do you have?” review these points with them. They can be researched, fact-checked, and shot to pieces by the media and it won’t change the accuracy of them one bit. People may disagree with the analysis of these points, but there is one thing they won’t change:
My indicators, trends, bellwethers, and predictors go back in some cases to 1872, and in every case, they point to a massive 2020 landslide for the incumbent President, Donald J. Trump.