With the anniversary of the Jan. 6 riot now over, let’s focus on the big picture.

The great anomaly of the 2020 U.S. presidential election was that Joe Biden won the national popular vote by 7 million votes, yet came within 43,000 (in three close states) of losing the Electoral College, and thus the election. In California alone, Biden had 5 million more votes than he needed, and in New York, another 2 million.

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