Difference in Support
Trump supporters were more enthusiastic than any Republican candidate over the last 50 years.
Biden support was non-existent.
Trump worked tirelessly campaigning most of the election year and had large crowds wherever he went.
Biden seemed to be staying out of sight as much as possible and his crowds were smaller than Hillary Clinton’s.
Trump could speak hours on end and off the cuff with few, if any gaffes.
Biden consistently misspoke and was incoherent at times.
Trump says America First.
Biden says the rest of the world first.
In addition, Trump cut taxes, gave conservatives three Supreme Court Justices, gave the names of others he would nominate if the need arises, and did not get the United States into one new war.
Biden campaigned on raising taxes, refused to discuss the candidates for Supreme Court openings, refused to comment on “packing the court”, and is itching to return to the previous diplomatic ways of the United States.
Trump got more Black support, Latino support, Cuban support, and Asian support than he did in 2016.
Consequently, Biden had to get less support from those groups.
Trump got the support of nearly all Police groups in the US.
Biden did not.
In Georgia in counties where Trump won, Senator Perdue received even more support.
In counties where Trump lost, like Gwinnett County, liberal issues like mass transit did not pass.
With all of that in mind, Biden got more votes then any other candidate for President other than Trump did in this same race.
And with all of that in mind, Biden got more votes than Hillary Clinton, who was loved and embraced by the left, and was actually able to draw crowds and attract attention.
When your grandchildren discuss this election in Civics class, if it still exists, will they look at this outcome and conclude that something was amiss.
Inquiring minds want to know.