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Census “Mistake” Could Cost GOP the Next Two Presidential Elections

Chalk the US Census Bureau up as another seemingly incompetent bureaucratic monolith that has fallen under the total control of the communist Democrat Party. The Census Bureau just admitted at the end of May that it counted the population incorrectly in a number of states. Some states were undercounted, and some states were overcounted. This will have an impact on congressional seats and Electoral College votes until after 2030, because we’re somehow stuck with the incorrect census counts. And you’ll never believe this (joke) but the incorrect counts seem to have only benefitted one political party!

The Census Bureau announced that its counts were off dramatically in 14 states in 2020. If you’re wondering why the Enemy of the People media have not bothered to report on this, maybe it’s because of the states that were affected by the incorrect counts. Let’s review.

These states were overcounted in the 2020 census:

Delaware, Hawaii, Minnesota, Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island.

The Census Bureau error in those states found that they each had more residents in their counts than in reality. You might notice that those were all states that Joe Biden won in the 2020 election.

These states were undercounted in the 2020 census:

Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas.

Gee, how about that? The Census Bureau counted wrong in those states and determined that each had fewer residents in the counts than in reality. And yes, those are all states that Donald Trump won in 2020.

 

This is important because the Census Bureau’s ten-year counts determine two things: Congressional House seats in each state and Electoral College votes for each state. So, it’s probably just a total coincidence that the miscounts have resulted in approximately +20 Electoral College votes for the Democrat Party, right?

Kristin Tate at The Hill doesn’t seem to think so. As she wrote:

“Given the nature of the mistakes, Democrats could hang onto the presidency under particularly controversial circumstances due to publicly-acknowledged errors.”

You don’t say?

The results of the 2020 census will have a big impact on national politics for years to come. There were some big changes to congressional reapportionment. Texas gained two House seats. Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina, and Oregon each gained one new seat. On the other side, California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia each lost one House seat.

The biggest surprise from the 2020 census was that Florida and Texas didn’t gain even more seats. All throughout that year, residents fled lunatic lockdown states like California and New York, and moved to Florida and Texas. And it just so happens that the Census Bureau undercounted Florida and Texas, while overcounting California and New York.

Here’s another key takeaway quote from The Hill:

“It is entirely possible that undercounted states could have gained at least one seat in Congress, while overcounted states may have lost at least one each.”

In other words, Texas might have actually gained +3 House seats and Florida gained +2, while California and New York each lost -2. That might seem insignificant in the grand scheme of things, but don’t forget that it takes 270 Electoral College votes to win the presidency. Nickel and diming votes away from red states while adding them to blue states makes it an easier process for the Democrat Party to reach that 270-vote threshold.

Here’s an ominous question to ponder: Why did the Census Bureau wait until May of 2022 to announce that it had miscounted a bunch of states that vote for the Democrat Party? States have been going through redistricting battles for the past year and are just now wrapping those fights up in time for the 2022 midterms. When the number of Representatives for a state changes, District lines have to be redrawn on the map. A lot of time and effort goes into this. And yet 14 states had incorrect counts.

Those redistricting battles could have and probably would have turned out very differently if the states had accurate counts. Here’s the unbelievable part about it. Now that the redistricting has been done and the seats have been apportioned, there’s no way to go back and change things to the accurate numbers until the 2030 Census. The fake apportionment which benefitted only the Democrats stands as is, unless an affected state managed to successfully appeal it to the US Supreme Court and gets a favorable ruling.

Here’s hoping Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have their Attorneys General working on that right now.


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