If you think we don’t live under minority rule in the United States? Consider this:
Each state has two U.S. Senators. The state of Wyoming, with less than 700,000 citizens, is represented by the same number of Senators as California. California has nearly 40,000,000 residents. To put it another way, a citizen in Wyoming has 57 times as much representation in the Senate as does a citizen in California. And he who controls the Senate gets to decide who sits on the Supreme Court. During the first Trump administration, a President who lost the popular vote by 3 million votes and a Senate representing a minority of U.S. citizens installed three conservative Supreme Court justices. It was a power grab by a minority that will affect America for decades to come.
What does this mean for America? Have we ever truly had a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, or is that just propaganda to keep us in denial?
Note: The research and statistics cited in this book have not been updated since it was first published in 2018.