There are four fundamental forces. E&M is *one* of them. So is gravity. So is the strong nuclear force. The Sun and Earth *were* assembled by gravity. Chemistry is primarily E&M, but things like buoyancy are primarily gravitational. Nuclear stability is primarily the strong force; E&M tends to break down nuclei, not stabilize them.<
Your body, your chainsaw, and this universe were not assembled by gravity.
E&M on the scale of galaxies is present, but is dominated by gravity. In the universe as a whole, gravity is the main active force, although E&M appears in the form of radiation and can be relevant for active galaxies. The strong force is mostly seen in neutron stars (less so in white dwarfs).
You like to point to E&M. It is an important force since it is long range, but it tends to cancel out because opposite charges are close to being in balance. In contrast, there is only one 'sign' to the mass, so gravity tends to dominate on the large scale because it doesn't get canceled.