the issue is that he was elected.
The issue is that you are talking BS... :)
The Weimar Republic had a system of proportional representation where the electorate voted for parties, not persons. In the federal election of November 1932, the NSDAP received 33.09% of the votes, which was a loss of 34 seats. They failed to form a coalition, and after the parliament was dissolved, Hindenburg first appointed
Kurt von Schleicher as chancellor. When von Schleicher resigned in January 1933, Hindenburg appointed
... I repeat, appointed
... Hitler. Adolf was never democratically elected.
Let's leave it at that before we drift even further off-topic. Sorry, mods.