According to an article in the American Thinker, the census comes with data regarding people who self-reported as having voted in the election. 

The census data shows 154,628,000 voted. However, official voting results shows more than 158 million.

A difference of about four million.

Nothing to see here, right? 

Just like all of the unconstitutional voting law changes that were made in states to help the Democrats cheat, this is one more thing that we should be worrying about or questioning.

So who are the extra four million people? 

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Duplicate voters? Illegals? Made up people?

Who knows. 

It’s not like there is enough election integrity or transparency in our country that allows us to answer that question. 

And most judges – and the media – could care less about looking into any discrepancies.

Usually, the census data and the reported vote totals “correlate closely” according to writer Thomas Lifson of the American Thinker.

This time not so much.

70% of Republicans already don’t believe that Biden won the election legitimately and those numbers aren’t going to go down anytime soon as more and more reports come out about possible shenanigans that went on during the election.