Modern data collections and analyses enable them to “select at random” 2,013 respondents to legitimize; ergo officiate, the precise 67% number they sought.

2,013 is 0.000671% of the population. Even 2,013,000 people are only a little over half a percentage point of the population.

That number is not an unexpected accident; it was a target number carefully preselected before the survey even began, in order to dishearten and silence dissenters with the appearance of being “overwhelmingly in the minority”. That’s why if there were any veracity to this survey (even anecdotally); there would already be a gas tax increase on an official ballot.

Any target percentage in the 50’s would feel too much like a split opinion; while any number in the 70’s would be close to a supermajority (the masses would reject the survey; revealing the truth of this being a carefully crafted plebiscite)

*again: 2,013 is 0.000671% of the population.

(There’s that number again: 67!) Anyone else notice the coincidence?

67 percent of 2,013 and 2013 being 67 Millionth’s of a percent of US?

That 67% magic number is too sublime to be an accident. It’s like finding a tree in the forest as symmetrical as a telephone pole. Ain’t gonna happen.

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