How times have changed. One would believe in 2020 the electorate shouldn't have their voice heard :?:
You mean like Biden, who claimed in 2016 that there was no such thing as a "Biden Rule," and that Garland's Supreme Court nomination should proceed even though the presidency and Senate were held by different parties? Or like McConnell, who always predicated the refusal to confirm Garland on exactly the point that the Senate and presidency were held by different parties, as he pointed out during an interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation": "You have to go back to 1880 to find the last time a Senate controlled by a different party from the president confirmed a Supreme Court justice to a vacancy created in the middle of a presidential election." So according to Biden the "Biden Rule" doesn't exist, and according to McConnell it doesn't apply to the current situation. Either way, there's no hypocrisy involved in moving forward--naked partisan politics, perhaps, but not hypocrisy.
You should look up the popular vote results of the last presidential election.
The results of the last presidential election? Trump won majorities in thirty out of fifty states for a total Electoral College result of 304 to Clinton's 227. Though now, Trump might be the second president to win re-election with a lower percentage of the electoral vote count than his first one (Obama was the first to do so, I believe).
Governments—and corporations—believe free speech is a marvelous thing, so long as “free” is defined as “responsible” and “responsible” is defined by them.
In the United States we privatize everything, including censorship.