President For Life

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?

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31 Responses to President For Life

  1. Clicky says:

  2. garyk30 says:

    Such a thing would require an amendment to the Constitution and could never be done.

  3. RdM says:

    A guest post on an nz blog from a kiwi in america, commenting on attending a Trump rally:
    Local background then.

  4. Dirk says:

    In 2016, Trump said: “I’ll build a wall and the Mexicans will pay for it.”
    Some fences were repaired, and the Mexicans have not paid for it.
    The American taxpayers have paid for the repairs to the existing wall and they also paid for the Secret Service (and others) staying in Trump hotels.
    Trump has enriched himself as a president, and he only paid 750 USD in taxes.
    Let’s do like Trump does with women” “Grab them by the pussy!”
    Let’s follow our hero Trump and commit adultery!
    What has Trump done for Americans? He has made his rich friends richer!
    Would you want Trump as president of the UK?

    • waltc says:

      What the Mexicans did pay and is still paying for at Trump’s negotiation was walls and armed forces at their own border with Guatemala which stemmed the tide of caravans of migrants headed for the US through Mexico. What it also paid and is still paying for for is housing and feeding those migrants (mostly falsely) claiming asylum who, by exec order, have to await their trial in Mexico. As for the $750 uncovered in illegally leaked filing day docs, in America people (including and especially people like Trump, tho also free-lancers like me) pay quarterly estimated taxes during every tax year in advance of the formal filing date. On tax day, you pay only that amount by which you’ve under-estimated what you owe for the year. Trump is said to have pre-paid millions, but that’s not teported since it doesn’t fit the narrative. And one more thing: Trump policy created jobs for millions of people, especially minorities–to the lowest unemployment rate since WW2, lowered their taxes, and greatly increased the deduction for children.

    • Mark says:

      If the alternative was Hitler’s clitoris, absolutely! If the alternative was what is pulling the strings of a clearly senile, and just as clearly corrupt, amoral degenerate (who is just the front, the real puppet is camel toe horseface), absolutely squared!!

  5. Dirk says:

    “Grab them by the pussy!” Very presidential!
    “Her face is still bleeding from plastic surgery!” Trump commented on a female journalist.
    “Democratic states don’t deserve aid!” said Trump, thereby dividing his country into states that love him and states that don’t.
    The man is as mad as a doorknob. A malignant narcissist.
    Narcissistic personality disorder — one of several types of personality disorders — is a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of extreme confidence lies a fragile self-esteem that’s vulnerable to the slightest criticism.

    • Roobeedoo2 says:

      Dirk, old fella, you’re exactly describing ‘the Left’ on the political scale, although you missed out their penchant for projecting their most vilest aspects onto everyone else.

      I gotta say, I prefer him over every other ‘world leader’ out there at the moment. They are a bunch of pussies, and I hope he wins in a landslide on Tuesday.

    • Emily says:

      Whatever you can say about Trump, nothing attributed to him would ever offend me the way the Democratic PC machine terrifies the living daylights out of me.

      • Joe L. says:

        Agreed. I would rather have a leader who is honest and transparent. One who speaks his mind, raw and unfiltered, rather than a scripted, brazen liar who wants to dictate what I can and cannot say.

        I may not agree with everything Trump says or does, but because he has no filter, I am able to discern his true feelings and intentions, which is something that cannot be said for the previous four career-politician US Presidents or their cronies.

        I am very unhappy that Trump signed the defense spending bill which also included legislation to raise the minimum legal age to purchase tobacco to 21. However, thus far, Trump is the first American President in 40 years to not start a foreign war. This may be his most significant accomplishment. But the mainstream media, which is in the pockets of the military-industrial complex, will never mention this. Instead, they spend weeks discussing his most recent brash tweet and years pushing a completely fabricated conspiracy theory of “Russian collusion.” It feels like the world has turned upside-down.

      • Rose says:

        I quite agree with you, Emily, I watched their Kavanagh interrogation.

    • Frank Davis says:

      It amazes me how much some people hate Trump. I think he’s a really great.US president.

  6. Simon Maxwell says:

    I think Trump is going to win. I’ve been watching Dr Steve Turley’s videos on the Tube of You for the last few weeks. In one video a day or two ago, he stated that over the last hundred years an incumbent president’s chances of being re-elected are directly related to the percentage of voters who voted for him in the primaries. I think it goes that every incumbent with under 75% of his party voting for him in the primaries lost his re-election bid. However, every incumbent president with over 75% of his party voting for him was re-elected. Earlier this year in the primaries, Trump had 94% of Republicans voting for him, which seems to indicate he’ll be re-elected.

    As for former Democrats who are now backing Trump, a member of Flint City Council in Michigan who has supported the Democrats all his life (he’s 64) has now endorsed Trump. By the way, this guy I just mentioned is black. We keep hearing the left-wing media say that Trump is a racist. If he is then why are all these black people endorsing him?

  7. Timothy Goodacre says:

    I really hope Mr Trump gets elected.

  8. Clicky says:

  9. waltc says:

    No one should be president for life. Ever. And if cranky Biden and witchy Harris win and take the senate, there’ll be landslide political backlash in two years when Republicans will sweep the house and senate. As for future R presidential candidates, take a look at Dan Crenshaw, Texas congressman. Principled pragmatic war hero with solid practical ideas….As for now, yes, there’ll be litigation either way it goes because of mail in votes, and rigged outrages like Pennsylvania’s new rule that signatures on mailed ballots don’t have to match the signatures of the registrant. And, yes, if Trump wins, there’ll be riots in the cities and endless efforts at imprachment. Alas.

    • waltc says:

      Should read “impeachment”

    • Fredrik says:

      “No one should be president for life” – Walt
      I agree, but I feel strangely comfortable with a constitutional monarch. Even though I think I should not really. It’s’ weird being a ‘subject’ in a democracy but I really don’t mind it!

  10. Stephne Helfer says:

    I’m for Trump because, he’s 1) pro life; 2) skeptical of the scientific-technological elite who seek a global hegemony under the guise of “climate change”; cut taxes which spurred a robust economy which led to historically low unemployment for every category, ethnic and otherwise, of American, 4) ended legal attacks on religious organizations like the Little Sisters of the Poor; 5) proud of America and her history; 6) against the lynching of American monuments like statues of Christopher Columbus; and 7) in favor of individual liberty and responsibility.

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