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“Nearly 80% of Americans say Biden won,” while only 3% say Trump won, according to new Reuters/Ipsos “poll”

A “poll” of whom? Joe Biden’s relatives? Employees of the New York Times? The faculty at Evergeen State College? 

This is beyond ridiculous, and further proof, as if any were needed, that the Western media has morphed into a near-global version of the press machine controlled by Dr. Goebbels; and what may be the scariest consequence of this blitzkrieg of lies is that some election integrity activists believe that only 3% of Americans think Trump won re-election—since that is what they want to think; and propaganda always works by telling people what they want to hear. 

That activists whose efforts were, for many years, blacked out and derided by the media, and whose hard-earned data were eclipsed by whopping, headlined lies about (e.g.,) Bush/Cheney’s “election” and then “re-election,” and Hillary’s victory in primary after primary four years ago, would now seize on, and circulate, this Reuters piece, and similar wads of horseshit from the New York Times et al. (Reuters and the Times are both longstanding propaganda assets of the CIA), is a dispiriting testament to the power of wishful thinking, Trump Derangement Syndrome, and historical amnesia. 

What a world we’re living in. Here’s hoping we survive it, which will require a Great Rejection of what now calls itself “the left,” as well as “our free press.” 

Article link:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-poll-idUSKBN27Q3ED

One reply on ““Nearly 80% of Americans say Biden won,” while only 3% say Trump won, according to new Reuters/Ipsos “poll””

You ask “a poll of whom?” If you look up the Reuters/Ipsos polling methodology, you’ll find your answer:

Each survey is weighted to ensure that the sample’s composition reflects the adult population according to Census data and to provide results intended to approximate the sample universe. The precision of Reuters/Ipsos polls is measured using a credibility interval: a typical survey of 1,000 people has a credibility interval of ± 4 percentage points.

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