Trump repulsion helps explain massive vote
In response to Lee Elci's column of Dec. 3, ("Head-scratching tallies raise election doubts"), I can only reaffirm what he himself admits, that there is no evidence of the allegations that the election was stolen.
Elci's dismay at the number of votes that went to Joe Biden after a lackluster campaign are evidence of the nation's revulsion toward President Trump after four disastrous years in office. The numbers that make me wonder are the votes ascribed to Donald Trump.
Rev. Bruce M. Shipman
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