The world we live in

Walking through the living room last night, I shot this.

A poll indicates that about 30 percent of Democrats think the U.S. presidential election was stolen. About 90 percent of Republicans concur. Why it’s not 100 percent is baffling. That other 10 percent must be those people we call RINOs.

Or maybe it’s just proof that a portion of any group are nincompoops.

That almost a third of Democrats are clear-headed is heartening. I wonder why they think that. I wonder where they get their news, clearly not CNN, The Washington Post or The New York Times, those running-dog lackeys of the DNC.

Speaking of running-dog lackeys, YouTube is now inserting a claim at the bottom of videos questioning the election results that The Associated Press has declared Sleepy Joe and Round-Heels Harris to be the winners, as if the news media make that call.

Never have, never will.

The Fat Lady has yet to sing, but she will in time, and we Trumpsters hope she croons a positive tune, putting the five-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee back into the Oval Office. I remain guardedly optimistic. You would hardly know about the legal cases currently in the pipeline if your news sources are the above-named running-dog lackeys.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a brilliant man, says it’s the first U.S. presidential theft since the White House was stolen from Andrew Jackson in 1824. I looked into that, but the system was very different in those days. It does appear that Jackson was blocked due to political hanky-panky. He went on to win, however, four years later.

Now where is that Fat Lady? Warming up stage-right?

Rudy Giuliani is still scribbling the opera.

With luck, it’ll be a blockbuster.

President Paul?

RAND PAUL is kicking off his presidential campaign tomorrow, though it looks like he’s already done it.

America could do worse, is already doing far worse.

Sure, Paul’s daddy is a kook, but let’s assume the fruit has fallen far enough from the tree. Rand has exhibited some kookiness of his own in the past, particularly in the area of foreign affairs. Isolationism’s time has passed, but Rand seems to have cooled on that stance, thank God.

Which brings me to one of his most attractive features: He’s not thumping the Bible. Even my boy Ted Cruz’s first campaign video was chockablock with Bible talk.

And Ben Carson? Lordy.

Now I have absolutely nothing against the Christian tradition — quite the contrary — but I want a candidate who keeps it to himself for the most part. We live, alas, in increasingly secular times, and the Church Lady talk turns off too many “independents” these days.

It’s time for practicality, time to send Democrats packing.

Now that things are warming with Communist Cuba, maybe we can ship them all to Havana. They think they would like it down there. But they wouldn’t.