Trump Approval Rating Hits 51%

( President Donald Trump’s approval rating once again rocketed over 50%, hitting 51% in what could be the final weeks of his presidency.

According to the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll, President Donald Trump has the support of 51% of likely U.S. voters, with 48% disapproving.

These are the kind of numbers that would cause anyone to stop and wonder whether there might have been voter fraud and misconduct that swayed the 2020 presidential election.

It also makes sense given how many new votes the president picked up in his second election, taking home an additional 11 million voters compared to his 2016 result.

In the 2012 election, Obama won re-election despite losing three million votes.

President Trump is many times more popular than Obama ever was…and yet he was beaten by a candidate who served in the Obama administration as vice president, and who didn’t even campaign?

Yeah, sure.

More questions were raised about the legitimacy of the election on Saturday, also, when “simple math” showed how Biden may have claimed 13 million more votes than were actually eligible to vote in the 2020 election.

Bill Binney of the United States Intelligence Community tweeted an analysis of the election over the weekend, explaining how more people appeared to have voted than are even eligible.

“With 212Million registered voters and 66.2% voting,140.344 M voted. Now if Trump got 74 M, that leaves only 66.344 M for Biden,” he said.

“These numbers don’t add up to what we are being told. Lies and more lies!” he added.

Binney referenced 2020’s highest voter turnout in more than a century and included a link to the number of registered voters in the United States. His calculations show that more voted than were even eligible to vote in the first place.

From approval ratings to hard data…something seems off.