Video that promotes Biden supporters greeting motorcade has viewers scratching heads

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The Hill attracted looks of confusion the day before Thanksgiving when it posted a video clip of what appeared to be four or five lonely Biden supporters waving enthusiastically as a motorcade containing Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden drove by.

While it’s unclear where the clip was recorded, The Hill wrote that it was captured as “Biden’s motorcade departed for his beach house in Rehoboth Beach, DE.”

“Biden supporters wave as the president-elect’s motorcade heads to his beach house for #Thanksgiving,” the caption to its video tweet read.


It struck many as odd that The Hill chose to promote the video given as it showed more cars driving by than Biden supporters waving.

The stunning discrepancy also inspired renewed claims that the election had been stolen from President Donald Trump, with doubters of the election’s official projected results arguing that it’s impossible for someone with such lackluster support to have won.

Look at the responses below:

To be clear, the lack of visible support on a chilly November evening in the middle of a pandemic — and on the day before Thanksgiving, to boot — doesn’t prove that the election was stolen from the president, though it does clearly raise doubts.

So did the public’s reaction to Trump’s and Biden’s Thanksgiving addresses.

The president’s address received 231,156 total views from his account alone. Meanwhile, Biden’s address received 80,000 from his account, another 88,000 from CBS News and roughly 36,000 from Yahoo Finance, or 204,000 total.

Biden also reportedly streamed the address from Twitter, where according to reports he had roughly 1,000 Twitter users listening live:

This tweet provoked yet another round of doubts.


These discrepancies come as the president’s 2020 campaign continues to soldier on with its battle to expose alleged voter fraud and impropriety in the 2020 race.

This week alone a judge halted Pennsylvania’s vote certification, a judge in Nevada approved an evidentiary hearing, a judge in Georgia granted an expedited review and attorney Sidney Powell officially “unleashed the Kraken” in Michigan and Georgia.

“Sidney Powell published a 104-page document detailing allegations about Georgia and a 75-page document looking at Michigan on Wednesday night, calling for the election results to be decertified, Trump to be declared the winner and voting machines to be impounded,” the Daily Mail reported.

“In the documents – released online at midnight on the eve of Thanksgiving – she alleged the election had been ‘rigged’ to favor Joe Biden, and that foreign powers were involved.”

Powell tried sharing the documents to Twitter but was censored.

Twitter eventually reversed course after backlash.

Among the startling findings contained in the documents is the fact that all 900 military ballots that were submitted in Georgia’a Fulton County were for Biden.

Considering that a Military Times poll published in August had showed that 38 percent of active-duty troops had a favorable view of Trump, this finding seemed suspicious.

The documents also showed bizarrely high voter turnouts rates in Michigan:


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