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To: NKP_Vet

DUH!.

Trump will NOT lose a single state he won in 16.. not one... (Short of a complete economic meltdown between now and November 2020).

NH, VT, CO, NM, NV, MN and ME and even VA are all possible pickups.

Basically ANY state Trump got more than 40% of the vote in 16, I would expect to be in play for him and anywhere he got over 45% of the vote is virtually a GIVEN for him to pick up in 2020.

Oregon is JUST under my bubble, a place where he got just over 39%. I don’t know if Trump can pick it up, BUT I would never say never to it.

Trump’s internals may show him the same things there that were present in the rust belt.. LARGE NUMBERS OF DISENFRANCHISED VOTERS, who stopped voting because the D’s went off into lala land and left them behind. If it does, Trump very well may be able to reach them and surprise there.... And should Trump flip, what is considered a DEEP BLUE state like Oregon, it will have the left/globalists, absolutely beside themselves.

I still hold little belief the GOP is willing to learn from Trump. They are still too beholden to the Koch brothers money and others like them who want open borders, and “free” trade, and are happy to sell off america’s wealth as long as they get a cut. The GOP needs to learn, AMERICA FIRST, always wins.


15 posted on 06/12/2019 8:06:46 AM PDT by HamiltonJay
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To: HamiltonJay
"hort of a complete economic meltdown between now and November 2020"

Huge investors has purchased a ton of Bank stocks. During the election expect them to sell those bank stocks. It will seem like the banks are collapsing.

45 posted on 06/12/2019 9:50:30 AM PDT by Steve Van Doorn (*in my best Eric Cartman voice* 'I love you, guys')
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