I will be very glad when the US election is over next week. I feel sure Trump will win. In fact I can’t see how he can not win. The mainstream media are saying Biden will win, but they said Hillary would win in 2016. There seems to be little enthusiasm for Biden, and in addition he doesn’t seem to be campaigning at all. And he seems to be mired in some Ukraine scandal involving his son. It’s all rather sad.
By contrast Trump is speaking at crowded rallies every day.
One explanation for the pro-Biden polls may be that people are lying to pollsters.
CALLER: Yep. Every time that a pollster calls me, I’m giving bad information. I’m saying that I’m voting for Biden, that I have a very poor view of Trump as far as what he’s done.
It makes sense. So much vitriol is thrown at Trump votes that it wouldn’t surprise me if they’re telling everyone they’re going to vote for Biden, and then going and voting for Trump. Why should they tell anyone who they’re going to vote for?
Add to that all the riots in Democrat-controlled cities, and it’s likely that this will boost the Republican vote.
So I expect a landslide for Trump. And it seems the Democrats expect one too, and are already planning to fight it in the courts. Why else is Hillary Clinton saying that Biden should not cocede under any circumstances? Fighting in the courts probably won’t help much, now that Trump has installed three new justices in the Supreme Court.
The real question seems to be: who’s going to step into Trump’s shoes in 2024? How does anyone follow that act?
With the Democrats threatening to stack the Supreme Court, why not do the same thing, and have Trump made President-for-Life? If Michael Bloomberg could have term limits lifted on being mayor of New York City, why can’t Trump do the same?