“In a fair and just world,” President Donald Trump would be rewarded for his many great accomplishments with a showing of overwhelming support at the ballot box.
In A Fair World Trump Would Be Winner. Host Joel Pollak highlighted that Donald Trump supporters showed up “70 million strong” for the November 3, 2020, election, then added, “The Republicans turned out supporters, and the Democrats turned out envelopes.”
Hanson responded, “There was massive voter fraud. I believe that. But, nonetheless, this shouldn’t even have been close–the margins in places like Michigan or Wisconsin, even Minnesota or Pennsylvania, given what he had done for the country.”
Hanson observed, “But who did [Trump] have in his corner? Maybe talk radio … maybe Breitbart, maybe half of the Fox team, maybe not. … Hoover Institution was not for him, the National Review was against him. Most of the mainstream Republican establishment [was against him]. Big Tech was against him. Wall Street was against him. Big Money, the universities, professional sports, entertainment, everybody was against him, yet he overcame all that, almost.”
Hanson said, “In a fair and just world, people have probably found a way to show support, but now the way these elections are run. When you have, in my district, 85 percent mail-in ballots and only 15 percent are showing up at the polls, and we know what happened in 2018, with massive voter fraud in here in California in the 21st District, it’s something we’ve never seen before. And let’s not even get into the question of a state like Georgia adopting an entirely new computer system, that was subject to malware and problems with glitches, not six months before the election.”
Hanson likened Donald Trump to a hero from classic westerns, who fights valiantly and consistently, wronging rights and calling out bad actors, eventually keeping the fight up longer than the townspeople can endure.