And the 2020 Election Anomaly Winner is…

Jack R. Noel
4 min readJan 23, 2022


Registered voters in the 2020 election: 168,308,000
Total votes for Biden in the 2020 election: 81,268,924
Total votes for Trump in the 2020 election: 74,225,839

81.268 million plus 74.225 million equals 155.494 million

92.23% of registered voters total voted in the 2020 election. That’s 155,230,000. That’s close enough to 100% accurate. The recent claim that there were only 133,000,000 registered voters is therefore clearly a fabrication of some partisan’s fevered imagination.

But mail in ballots do not require voter identification to be counted. And we also know mail in ballots WERE COUNTED as well as those of actually registered voters — to ARRIVE AT THE ABOVE TOTALS.

Add to this the number of cast votes proved upon review to be by deceased voters and by voters not actually living at the addresses given. Without complete identification, there are cases where one individual simply went to several precincts and cast a vote in each of those precincts. Since no effort was made to avoid sending out mail in ballots to those not living or who don’t live at a given address, how we ask can mail in ballots be even valid?

This proves the reported totals for “registered voters” HAVE TO BE FALSIFIED NUMBERS. Counting unregistered voters IS THE MAIL IN BALLOT SCAM. [But there still hasn’t been verification that the real number of registered voters was only 133 million.]

In addition, surveys of Democrat voters and Republican voters show significantly more Democrat voters favor and use mail in ballots as compared with Republican voters. This supports the idea that mail in ballots are a way to win elections for Democrats. Especially when the relative unpopularity and weakness of the Democrat candidates in 2019–2020 is taken into account.

Biden / Harris got 81.268 million votes in the 2020 election while the much stronger, more lucid and popular Obama / Biden ticket got only 65.915 million votes in 2012. How could the Biden / Harris 2020 ticket have gotten 15.353 million more votes than the 2012 Obama / Biden ticket? ( There’s also a nearly identical vote totals gap between Hillary Clinton in 2016 and Biden in 2020.).

Notice I largely ignore the Donald Trump election results. That’s because it seems more relevant to compare Biden and Harris with even more popular Democrats since 2000.

So what do we think of the chance that mail in ballots will be prohibited in most states before this midterm election and between now and the next presidential election (set for November 2023)? Thoughtful people will likely know that in states where Democrats hold the most government positions, those states will continue to allow mail in ballots.

Shortly after the 2020 election the 501(c)(4) organization Americans for Tax Reform post the statistics on which party controlled the most states, either by having majorities in the legislatures and the governors offices or by having majorities in the legislatures alone.

It reads as follows: “In 2021, Republicans will have full control of the legislative and executive branch in 23 states. Democrats will have full control of the legislative and executive branch in 15 states.
Population of the 23 fully R-controlled states: 134,035,267 Population of the 15 fully D-controlled states: 120,326,393
Republicans have full control of the legislative branch in 30 states. Democrats have full control of the legislative branch in 18 states.
Population of the 30 fully R-controlled legislature states: 185,164,412 Population of the 18 fully D-controlled legislature states: 133,888,565
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Including the “drift” that’s inevitable in midterm elections, voters in most states with the largest population total are voting Republican. And given that Republicans are having a publicity field day featuring Biden’s and Harris’s serial blunders and gaffs, doesn’t it seem very likely that the Republican Advantage will be monumental in both 2022 and 2024? Not only that, some Democrat governors are facing the fight of their political lives in this election. Democrat governor of California Newsom faced and won a recall election just months ago. But he only exacerbated ill will toward him. And Michigan Governor Whitmer is also facing fierce opposition in that state. But of the two, in Michigan only would her defeat result in a grand slam for Republicans.
There’s going to be a reshuffeling and the only question is, will history repeat itself.
Nationally, some political analysts predict that even if only average drift toward the opposition occurs, the Democrats will lose 37 seats in the House and several in the Senate, wiping out by a large margin their current majority.
Similar things have happened in the not-to-distant past. The largest seismic shift away from the Democratic Party was the 1952 election won by Dwight Eisenhower who garnered the electoral votes of all but 6 (of 48) states. But unlike Biden today, Eisenhower’s Democrat opponent Adlai Stephenson was criticized for being “too intellectual.” Biden is no intellectual, more the opposite.
It’s not just me, many other people, including millions of Donald Trump supporters, believe there’s an anomaly in the 2020 election that made it possible for Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to win the election. But I’m sure they picked the wrong reason for this anomaly.



Jack R. Noel

Writer (non fiction/fiction), science buff, history buff and political commentator at large.