Skip to comments.What Virginia, Mississippi and Kentucky Can Tell Us About 2020
Posted on 11/10/2019 10:45:08 AM PST by thecodont
The 2019 elections are in the books, and now the country can finally start paying attention to 2020. In many ways, Tuesdays elections were a dress rehearsal for those a year from now: The parties performance relative to partisanship can tell us which way the political winds might be blowing, and obvious trends from 2019 like the widening urban-rural divide provide clues as to where the battles of 2020 will be fought.
(Excerpt) Read more at fivethirtyeight.com ...
Trump will win two of the three. And Nate Silver can take it to the bank.
This one phrase from the article really tells it all:
“... though not nearly as Democratic-leaning as 2018, when Democrats won the House popular vote by almost 9 points.”
There is no House popular vote. Just as there is no national popular vote. They don’t exist.
The Leftists just make up whatever reality they need to support their delusions. I think this is the definition of mental illness.
The questions are: If Republicans didn't know about the threat in Virginia, why didn't they know? If Republicans did know about the threat, why didn't they issue a warning?
Either they were ignorant or negligent.
Electronic fraud is rampant:
Dems calculate how many votes they are behind, how many votes still to be counted,
<><> they then trigger fraudulent software to fractionalize at random the votes being counted ... in just the right proportion to steal the election.
<><> One method of triggering is uploading a ballot that is marked completely illogically to the election management system to start the random shading routine.
<><>crooked software also survives check-sums and other elementary security checks.
<><><> Indiana de-certified a 2011 voting system that could manipulate the vote by cell phone. Virginia is using it; they refused to decertify the system.
Virginia politics is scary. It’s not just Northern Virgina wrapped up in the progressive mantle - Tidewater Virginia and the Richmond-Petersburg areas have fallen victim. How have they pulled this off??
Nate Silver should go back to knowing what he knows - Sports...
Trump will win three of the three.
There, fixed it for ya.
Anyone who thinks Trump will easily win in 2020 is delusional. The Dims are extremely motivated to see Trump out. They will do what it takes to make it close.
West Virginia broke away from the rest of Virginia in 1861. At this rate, most of Virginia may break away and rejoin it. (Wouldn’t that be a kick in the head?)
I still say the GOP needs a strong chairman. A vocal and aggressive leader.
They tell me that the Democrats have perfected vote fraud.
In Virginia just following the 2015 election, I heard reports over the radio of voting machines malfunctioning, casting straight democratic rather than the individual voter’s wish. With our national security agencies compromised and dems in control of much of the vote counting, how do we know what the real vote total is?
I read articles of federal efforts to protect against ballot manipulation this time around. I winder what that was all about.
Another problem is that in Virginia, the Republicans did not field candidates for something like 25% of the openings. There is no excuse for that and the current leaders should be replaced.
we must have a total complete immigration moratorium for the next minimum 10 years (see VA)
Not a peep about Louisiana either and thats coming up. Even this article conveniently leaves it out. The back early vote has been historic in Louisiana. Hope gop has a plan. Lol. I kid myself.
By going house to house. By registering at every event all areas have. You should see them working in lake county Florida. You cant go anywhere without seeing a register to vote table for democrats. Our county wont go blue yet, but registering democrats helps statewide. The republicans are lazy and take elections for granted.
Rance previs or however it was spelled was awesome. Sadly he wasnt good as chief of staff but really needs to be offered the RNC back.
In FR postings so far none have mentioned what voter turnouts were in those states having elections. Any analysis of the results which doesnt include turnout is worthless when considering the impact on the 2020 potential result.
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