The vast majority of Republicans believe Joe Biden is an illegitimate president, a new national poll has revealed.
The poll from UMass Amherst found that 42% of Americans polled do not believe that Biden is a legitimately elected president.
However, that percentage that climbs to 71% among Republicans who responded to the poll.
Americans losing interest in January 6 myth
The poll comes after almost a full year of the media and Democrats using the events of January 6, 2021 to demonize President Donald Trump, Republicans, and their supporters.
Unfortunately for the Left, however, this poll shows that enthusiasm for the January 6 narrative has continued to fade and that Americans are losing interest in the whole thing.
Given that the mainstream media and the Democrats have been claiming that January 6 was the equivalent of Pearl Harbor and 9/11, the results are extremely underwhelming.
Only 46% of respondents indicated any support for the ongoing investigation and only 50% were willing to describe participants as “rioters.”
These numbers highlight just how laughable the propaganda campaign surrounding that day is.
This was a day which is supposed to live in infamy according to Democrats.
The comparisons to 9/11 probably aren’t doing much for their cause; people jumping from burning towers contrast with a huddle of scared politicians scurrying away from a meandering mob of selfie-takers and the latter doesn’t seem so traumatic.
Poll confirms most Republicans still don’t think Biden is legitimate
A UMass professor interviewed regarding the poll seethed and coped with the results by declaring that Trump has brainwashed those who deny the legitimacy of Biden.
There’s really no need to even find evidence of a stolen election to deny the legitimacy of this president though; anyone who watches one of his public appearances understands.
Most Republicans and even discerning Democrats can quietly agree on that.