Bad News for Biden: “How to change my Vote” Trending on Google after debates

There may be a catastrophe afoot for the Democratic Left. With the 2nd and final debate concluding last Thursday, “How to Change My Vote” was one of the top trending Google searches over the weekend.

From Newsweek:

According to Google Trends, searches for “can I change my vote after voting” have gone up by 500 percent over the last day in the United States, while searches for “can I change my vote after mail in” have increased 140 percent in that period.

The search “how can I change my vote” was up 80 percent in the last day. Searches for “can I change my vote” spiked sharply after the president’s tweet.

It is becoming evident that President Trump’s poise and reasonability during the debate, paired with the earth-shattering Biden laptop scandal that indicates Joe Biden’s involvement with communist China, Americans are waking up to the fact that Former Vice President Joe Biden simply isn’t qualified to serve as the leader of the free world.

The President couldn’t be happier about the trend, considering the majority of mail-in ballots have been from registered democrats.

From The New York Post:

“Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers changing it to me. The answer in most states is YES. Go do it,” the president said on Twitter. “Most important Election of your life!”

The term “change my vote” registered a strong uptick on Google Trends on Oct. 24, the week after The Post published its exposé series about former Vice President Joe Biden’s alleged involvement in Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine and China, and continued climbing during the time of the final presidential debate between Trump and Joe Biden last week.

The Google searches for “change my vote” had the most interest in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.

People who searched “change my vote” also searched for “Hunter Biden” and Hunter Biden-related queries, according to Google.

“The Election Law recognizes that plans change,” the state Board of Elections says.

“Even if you request or cast and return an absentee ballot, you may still go to the polls and vote in person,” the rules state.

President Trump has three separate rallies scheduled for Tuesday alone and plans to stay full-bore on the campaign trail leading up to November 3rd. Joe Biden has spent most of his time at his home in Delaware in light of the recent laptop scandal. 

Kamala Harris has been seen with a megaphone campaigning outside of polling stations – campaigning within certain distances of polling places is, of course, illegal. Nevertheless, Barack Obama and Kamala Harris have essentially taken over with campaigning. We do not anticipate seeing much more of Joe Biden between now and Election Day.

The good news for early Joe Biden voters is that, in most states, it is not too late to change your vote. Most states simply require that you show up to in-person voting and inform the election officials on site. Many states suggest that if you requested an absentee ballot and have no yet mailed it in, to bring the absentee ballot with you when you go to vote in person. Always be sure to check your state laws.


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