New Hampshire’s Secretary of State is predicting up to 80% turnout for the 2020 presidential election. The highest U.S. voter turnout in over a century is around 68%, and that was in 1900. The Granite State is poised to see at least 800,000 votes by the end of the day, with local clerks having received …
Regardless of the outcome, the riots will happen, and suits in Washington D.C. and on cable news will blame them on President Trump.
Georgia is the key to the Senate and the White House, and Tuesday is the day we will know.
If we can’t trust the polls, and we can’t trust the media, and we can’t trust the president, who is left to trust? Nobody.
If we destroy the election because we don’t like the outcome, we’ve done more damage to the nation than either candidate could ever do from the White House.
And Tuesday, November 3, they think America is going to hand them carte blanche to do as they please.
Why did Trump waste a stop in a lost state like New Hampshire? Does he see something we don’t see, or is he just delusional?
Democrats have wisely decided to lay low. They are whistling with their heads down, afraid to summon Trumpzilla. It may rise up out of the murky rust belt river waters and Florida swamps anyway.
Nothing like the last election cycle and this one highlight the fact that America’s national motto of “e pluribus unum” should be “e pluribus duo.” Instead of “out of many, one,” in practical operation, we live under “out of many, two.”
Democrats are pushing a false narrative, that early voting has made Trump’s loss inevitable. Watch them have a myocardial infarction when the polls come out.
I don’t believe the Hunter Biden coverup story. I also don’t believe President Trump is heading for a landslide loss to Joe Biden. I don’t believe any of the media reports anymore because they’re all in service of a narrative. The polls show that Georgia is now a battleground state, with Biden up between 1 …
How could anyone possibly accept the results of an election that was decided by federal judges monkeying with ballot eligibility, and failed to be decisively affirmed or overturned by an evenly-divided Supreme Court?