Skip to comments.Trumpís Electoral College Edge Could Grow in 2020, Rewarding Polarizing Campaign
Posted on 07/19/2019 12:24:04 PM PDT by gr8eman
President Trumps approval ratings are under water in national polls. His position for re-election, on the other hand, might not be quite so bleak.
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But a liberal calling Americans “bitter clingers” isn’t polarizing?
To prevent Africanization of America, Criticism of the AntiAmerican black cultural elements is in otder.
Such criticism is not racist.
There can be no coeixestence with progressives
Who’s really at fault for polarization?
Who plays the race card all the time?
Who calls Trump supporters deplorable?
Who sends activist to create violence at campaign rallies?
I thought Trump had around 50% approval rating
It’s just a matter of time before AOC demands everybody receive a free college education from the electoral college.
They are admitting the polls predetermine their results and will blame the Electoral College for not agreeing with their rigged polls.
That’s a good one!
And a Free House from the Dept of Housing and Urban Development.
The deep state is prepping for Michael Obama to run.
I can envision a scenario where the disparity between the electoral college and popular vote expands even further in 2020. I can see Trump holding all his 2016 states while adding CrookedH states(eg MN, NH). At the same time I could see Trump adding 500,000 net popular votes in the 49 non-CA states while the illegal alien hordes in CA add a whopping 1,000,000 popular votes to CrookedHs 2016 haul.
I am convinced that the highly inaccurate polls in 2016 were a coordinated effort to make the results of planned electronic voting machine fraud in key districts and other voter fraud seem plausible.
In 2016 Trump’s landslide overwhelmed the fraud, the best they could do was make his victory seem close. I believe that in terms of legitimate votes Trump actually beat Hillary in a Nixon-versus-McGovern sized landslide.
In light of this I am very disturbed to once again see polls telling us that “Trump can’t win”.
I have a family member who worked for the Trump campaign starting 2015. Trump’s team have internal polls and rarely do they believe in outside polls because they nknow they are BULL$$$$. Didnt you learn from the “hillary will win with 96% poll numbers circa 2015-2016”?
DUH! There is ZERO path to the white house for ANY democrat, short of a major black swan event....
The Absolute high mark for any Dem will be 15 states or so plus DC...
The put up some whackadoo, and double digits in the states may not even be possible.
My theory is that Hillary didn’t bother campaigning in key states because no one was brave enough to dispel her delusion that she was going to win in a landslide as all her synchophants were preaching! The first Trump rally I saw on TV, before the primary, convinced me that Trump was going to win. So much so I got online and put my money where my mouth was and won $9k.
Strong foreign policy without stupid interventions.
Russiagate fizzled out, will be replaced by Spygate.
Immigration will remain at a standoff, which galvanize GOP voters who recognize a Rat house and lib-appointed judges as a massive impediment to reform.
Rats will have massive infighting, and Biden may become the Hubert Humphrey of 2020.
Nothing is guaranteed, but if the RINOs (and Kushner) don't monkey things up, Trump looks pretty good for 2020.
No, they were push polling and gaslighting in attempts to deject the other side from even bothering showing up.. . nothing more.
Are there any remaining sections of the New York Slimes that aren’t really editorials? The bridge section, maybe?
Trump’s approval rating is higher than Obama’s at this point in HIS presidency.
The moonbats at the New York Slimes are engaged in wishful thinking from their warped perspectives.
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