There was a major mistake that occurred during the 2020 census and it may spell catastrophe for the Republicans’ hopes of retaking Congress.
The U.S. Census Bureau admitted that there are several supposed ‘errors’ in the 2020 census, but a close look at these so-called errors suggest it could be yet another one of the Democrats sly attempts to STEAL the election.
According to the bureau, the population of 14 states were miscounted in this recent survey and there’s a very interesting trend amongst them.
Out of those 14, 7 Democrat voting states were overrepresented, while 6 Republican voting states were underrepresented.
This ‘mistake’ is critical because it impacts the amount of congressional representation that the states receive, meaning those which were overcounted will have more congressional representatives and more electoral votes to help determine the presidency come 2024.
If not for the Census Bureau fudging these numbers, we may have seen red states gain more house seats while the blue states, which people are fleeing from, would have seen a sizable loss of house reps.
Back in 2010, there were no significant ‘errors’ like these, making it even more likely that foul play could be involved.
What’s worse, even though the bureau admitted to making the mistake, there is nothing that can be done to fix it aside from a Supreme Court challenge which would not be completed in time for midterms anyways.
To see exactly what states might be affected by this, and why you should be extra cautious about their results, watch the video here.