Who will win the presidency and by how much?

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Phoenix68.2.0

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Termin8tor » 18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am » wrote:
18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am


Who will win the presidency and by how much?
 

Gee, Skippy......it appears no-one-else wants to look as foolish....as you.

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Misty » 25 May 2020, 5:02 pm » wrote:
25 May 2020, 5:02 pm
Moved this here from Crimsongulf's Memorial Day thread, so you would not destroy it.

No, you should read your boy's Twitter feed.

Especially read the garbage he re-Tweeted yesterday, filled with insults about women.
Mocking their appearance, calling them 'skanks' and referring to one woman as 'Shamu'.

 
Typical idiocy claiming that if Trump insults a wackjob woman or two, he's insulting all "womyn."  

But, psycho, why isn't Slow Joe Biden considering Shamu for his Veep pick? Does he have a thing against beached whales?

Everybody hates Trump. He's in deep, deep trouble, ask any member of the corrupt leftist MSM.

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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/0 ... -oklahoma/
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But I'm sure the Biden Juggernaut draws just as many to his rallies.  

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Misty » 25 May 2020, 5:02 pm » wrote:
25 May 2020, 5:02 pm

No, you should read your boy's Twitter feed.

Especially read the garbage he re-Tweeted yesterday, filled with insults about women.
Mocking their appearance, calling them 'skanks' and referring to one woman as 'Shamu'.


 
So when you attack Trump as fat, are you attacking all men, wackjob?

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Termin8tor » 18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am » wrote:
18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am
Who will win the presidency and by how much?

I think Trump will win rather easily and by an electoral margin larger than last time.
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The corrupt leftist MSM publicize fake polls, and  liberals are so stupid as to believe them.  


And there is a reasonable chance he'll win in a landslide. What bag of Showman's tricks will he have before the November election?

And who would be so stupid as to think that problems in Democrat governed cities are Trump's fault? Rotsa ruck selling that lie, moonbats.

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‘We’re thinking landslide’: Beyond D.C., GOP officials see Trump on glide path to reelection
Conventional indicators suggest the president’s bid for a second term is in jeopardy. But state and local GOP officials see a different election unfolding.
By most conventional indicators, Donald Trump is in danger of becoming a one-term president. The economy is a wreck, the coronavirus persists, and his poll numbers have deteriorated.

But throughout the Republican Party’s vast organization in the states, the operational approach to Trump’s re-election campaign is hardening around a fundamentally different view.

Interviews with more than 50 state, district and county Republican Party chairs depict a version of the electoral landscape that is no worse for Trump than six months ago — and possibly even slightly better. According to this view, the coronavirus is on its way out and the economy is coming back. Polls are unreliable, Joe Biden is too frail to last, and the media still doesn’t get it.


“The more bad things happen in the country, it just solidifies support for Trump,” said Phillip Stephens, GOP chairman in Robeson County, N.C., one of several rural counties in that swing state that shifted from supporting Barack Obama in 2012 to Trump in 2016. “We’re calling him ‘Teflon Trump.’ Nothing’s going to stick, because if anything, it’s getting more exciting than it was in 2016.”

This year, Stephens said, “We’re thinking landslide.”Five months before the election, many state and county Republican Party chairs predict a close election. Yet from the Eastern seaboard to the West Coast and the battlegrounds in between, there is an overriding belief that, just as Trump defied political gravity four years ago, there’s no reason he won’t do it again.

Andrew Hitt, the state party chairman in Wisconsin, said that during the height of public attention on the coronavirus, in late March and early April, internal polling suggested “some sagging off where we wanted to be.”

But now, he said, “Things are coming right back where we want them … That focus on the economy and on re-opening and bringing America back is resonating with people.”

In Ohio, Jane Timken, the state party chair, said she sees no evidence of support for Trump slipping. Jennifer Carnahan, the chairwoman of the Minnesota Republican Party, said the same. And Lawrence Tabas, the chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Party, went so far as to predict that Trump would not only carry his state, but beat Biden by more than 100,000 votes — more than twice the margin he mustered in 2016.

“Contrary to what may be portrayed in the media, there’s still a high level of support out there,” said Kyle Hupfer, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party. He described himself as “way more” optimistic than he was at this point in 2016.....

...When pollsters ask Americans who they think will win the election — not who they are voting for themselves — Trump performs relatively well. And if anything, Trump’s field officers appear more bullish than Trump and some of his advisers. ...Yet in the states, the Republican Party's rank-and-file are largely unconvinced that the president is precariously positioned in his reelection bid.

“The narrative from the Beltway is not accurate,” said Joe Bush, chairman of the Republican Party in Muskegon County, Mich., which Trump lost narrowly in 2016. “Here in the heartland, everybody is still very confident, more than ever.”

....like many Democrats, they suspect Trump supporters disproportionately hang up on pollsters, under-counting his level of support.

Ted Lovdahl, chairman of the Republican Party in Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District, said he has friends who will tell pollsters “just exactly the opposite of what they feel.”  
https://www.politico.com/news/2020/06/1 ... als-316457

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Misty » 25 May 2020, 5:02 pm » wrote:
25 May 2020, 5:02 pm
 you should read your boy's Twitter feed.

Especially read the garbage he re-Tweeted yesterday, filled with insults about women.
Mocking their appearance, calling them 'skanks' and referring to one woman as 'Shamu'.

That should really help him with the women's vote

 
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Why, are all women fat? That's very sexist of you.

Are all women sensitive because he insulted a couple Democrat wackjobs?

Imbecile.  

Uh oh. Although I'm not sure how anyone can tell if Biden's senile, given how stupid he's been his entire career.

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POLL: Majority Of Voters Believe Joe Biden Is In The Early Stages Of Dementia
By Mike LaChance
....Take a look at this new poll from Zogby:

The Zogby Poll®: A majority of voters believe Biden is in the early stages of dementia; 60% of younger voters think so; Swing voters less likely to think Biden has dementia
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/0 ... -dementia/
 

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Misty » 11 Feb 2020, 5:00 pm » wrote:
11 Feb 2020, 5:00 pm
Are you supposed to drink when you're taking anti-psychotic drugs?
Obviously she has no sense of irony.

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Misty » 25 May 2020, 5:02 pm » wrote:
25 May 2020, 5:02 pm
 you should read your boy's Twitter feed.

Especially read the garbage he re-Tweeted yesterday, filled with insults about women.
Mocking their appearance, calling them 'skanks' and referring to one woman as 'Shamu'.
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Wow, he called a fat demented political hack "Shamu?"

Yes, Trump has an excellent sense of humor.

The corrupt leftist MSM claim Biden's ahead by 10 points. Fat freaking chance.  

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Joe Biden Only Wins 57% of Democrat Voters in Kentucky – And He’s Supposed to be 10 Points Ahead of Trump?
By Jim Hoft

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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/0 ... ead-trump/
 

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I still think Trump will win, barely. Biden’s dementia is going to scare ppl from voting for him
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Termin8tor » 18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am » wrote:
18 Dec 2019, 10:50 am
Who will win the presidency and by how much?

I think Trump will win rather easily and by an electoral margin larger than last time.
Come on, liberals, show a little spirit!  

Uh oh.

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New Poll Finds 38 Percent Of Voters Believe Joe Biden Has Dementia – Even 20 Percent Of Democrats
By Mike LaChance
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/0 ... democrats/

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Termin8tor » 11 Feb 2020, 8:43 am » wrote:
11 Feb 2020, 8:43 am
"We're melting, melting!" shriek Democrats.

And it's only going to get worse. There will be an investigation of Biden, his son and likely many high Democrats for their corrupt acts in Ukraine.

The Durham investigation will issue indictments for a whole bunch of felonies committed by high Obama officials.

And there will be a political civil war in the Democrat Party when they steal the nomination from Bernie The Red, likely including violence.

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I think the big question going into the 2020 election will be are you better off than you were four years ago. And for alot of people the answer will be no.

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Biden...v..Trump

Murica is broken.

That said. I think Biden will be a disaster in the debates. He can barely form a sentence.
Trump's arrogance and bravado will make Sleepy Joe nervous and he will **** his pants.

Likely Trump wins another close election - very close. Radicals will continue make chaos. LOL, fun!!!

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Well I don't think minorities think they are getting a fair hand shake from trump. And I think that is most of the problem. When you have a person in the white house saying the police can be more aggressive during the 2016 election I think alot of police took that as a sign to become aggressive taking a cue from trump.

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I vote more big tits

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Misty » 25 May 2020, 5:02 pm » wrote:
25 May 2020, 5:02 pm

No, you should read your boy's Twitter feed.

Especially read the garbage he re-Tweeted yesterday, filled with insults about women.
Mocking their appearance, calling them 'skanks' and referring to one woman as 'Shamu'.


 
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Oh my he called a fat blabbermouth political imbecile Shamu?

Every fat blabbermouth political should be offended.  

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The Man who Correctly Predicted President Trump’s 2016 Win Predicts President Trump has a 91% Chance of Being Reelected in 2020
By Joe Hoft
Professor Helmut Norpoth from Stony Brook University told Lou Dobbs on August 16th, 2016, that Donald Trump had an 87% chance of winning the 2016 Presidential election.
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/0 ... cted-2020/

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Crazytrain » 30 Jun 2020, 5:20 pm » wrote:
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Well I don't think minorities think they are getting a fair hand shake from trump. And I think that is most of the problem. When you have a person in the white house saying the police can be more aggressive during the 2016 election I think alot of police took that as a sign to become aggressive taking a cue from trump.
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