If Joe Biden becomes president, it becomes even more important for Republicans to maintain control of the Senate.
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 are fearfully considering the possibility while Republicans are clinging to the hope that Trump can once again beat the odds.
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.
The race is shaping into a Biden landslide.
The Republic can withstand an uncouth President. The real danger to the Republic is a Democrat whose first act would be to cave to the radical ideologues running the Party.
Election Day is fast approaching. The roller coaster ride is just getting started.
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