US Democrat worldview…
1961-69: Democratic President.
1969-77: Crooked establishment.
1977-81: Democratic President.
1981-93: Reagan was lucky.
1993-2001: Democratic President.
2001-09: Democratic candidate won.
2009-17: Democratic President.
2017-21: Democratic candidate won.
We can get news wrong a million times.
But if we suspect that your news may not subscribe to our ideology, then it’s “Fake News”.
Anything tagged as “Fake News” by media and social media barons is in fact “Anti-Communist News”.
The American Left is still furious that Russia gave up Communism in 1991.
They are still trying to take their revenge in 2017.
Nero fiddled while Rome was burning.
Media-Liberals-Leftists-intellectuals fiddling while Europe is burning.
Obama took over in 2009 and his honeymoon period is yet to end with the media.
Trump took over in 2017 and his honeymoon period ended in 2015.
Obama oversaw the abuse of Trump and sabotaged his upcoming Presidency.
He can expect no mercy if he’s made grave infractions.
These versions by Sunil Rajguru
The Republicans have won only one of the popular votes of the last seven US Presidential elections since 1990…
Clinton (D), Clinton (D), Gore (D), Bush (R), Obama (D), Obama (D) and Hillary (D).
So seen from that angle it is 6/7 for Democrats and just 1/7 for Republicans.
So you may say that the Democratic Party is by far the most popular party of America.
However, the Republicans have now six of their last 10 Presidencies.
So seen from that angle it is 6/10 for Republicans and 4/10 for Democrats.
Democrat Franklin D Roosevelt won a record four successive terms after the Great Depression to World War 2.
But after that the Republicans lead the Presidential race in terms of election wins 10-7.
So seen from that angle, post-FDR it is 10/17 for Republicans and 7/17 for Democrats.
Moreover the Republicans will shortly rule the troika of the White House, Senate and House of Representatives and they have the most Governors. They are the clear leaders in State and local contests.
So you may now say that the Republican Party is by far the most popular party of America.
© Sunil Rajguru