At this point in 2016, Hillary led by 2.6 percent.......Biden leads by 8

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It is becoming clear that we are not in 2016 anymore.

Biden is not Hillary
Trumps aura as savior has worn off
Trumps act is wearing thin

While Hillary was notably slipping at this point four years ago, Biden’s numbers are holding solid
 

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Even if Biden wins who’s gonna fill his cabinet meth heads? Democrats are the most field political group in the history of the world
Anything after Trump will be an improvement

His.....I will be surrounded by the best people turned into a revolving door
Just shutting down the circus and regaining some sanity for a while would be nice. Just fucking demonstrate that we're better than this, that's enough for a bit.
Answer the question, what democrat is qualified? You have none.. none could be hired in the private market lol..
 

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It is becoming clear that we are not in 2016 anymore.

Biden is not Hillary
Trumps aura as savior has worn off
Trumps act is wearing thin

While Hillary was notably slipping at this point four years ago, Biden’s numbers are holding solid
Can’t save Democrat run shit holes until your all voted out
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
 

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it's Hillary's birthday, and she is graceful as ever

from the NYT:

Hillary Clinton said the thought of President Trump winning reelection makes her "literally sick to my stomach" on a podcast released Monday.⁣

"I can't entertain the idea of him winning, so let's just preface it by that," Clinton told journalist Kara Swisher while a guest on her podcast. "Well, because it makes me literally sick to my stomach to think that we'd have four more years of this abuse and destruction of our institutions, and damaging of our norms and our values, and lessening of our leadership, and the list goes on."⁣
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
Well, there you go. Crap, it's over. Thanks for the info
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
Well, there you go. Crap, it's over. Thanks for the info
You do the math

Show where Trump can lose by 12 million votes and still manage 270 EVs
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
Well, there you go. Crap, it's over. Thanks for the info
You do the math

Show where Trump can lose by 12 million votes and still manage 270 EVs
First of all you're begging the question, that hasn't happened. It's a poll.

And second, Trump won the popular vote (which isn't really a thing) other than California in 2016. California can bury us with all the illegal alien voters and voter fraud and they still only get the same number of EV votes, thank God
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
Well, there you go. Crap, it's over. Thanks for the info
You do the math

Show where Trump can lose by 12 million votes and still manage 270 EVs
First of all you're begging the question, that hasn't happened. It's a poll.

And second, Trump won the popular vote (which isn't really a thing) other than California in 2016. California can bury us with all the illegal alien voters and voter fraud and they still only get the same number of EV votes, thank God
You going to lump another 9 million votes on California alone?
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
Well, there you go. Crap, it's over. Thanks for the info
You do the math

Show where Trump can lose by 12 million votes and still manage 270 EVs
First of all you're begging the question, that hasn't happened. It's a poll.

And second, Trump won the popular vote (which isn't really a thing) other than California in 2016. California can bury us with all the illegal alien voters and voter fraud and they still only get the same number of EV votes, thank God
You going to lump another 9 million votes on California alone?
I already addressed that
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2.1 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

I don't know if you're old enough to remember for years ago. Or more likely you're too old to remember it.

But there's no f'ing way the media said Hillary was up by "2.1 percent nationally" at this point. They had her up about 10. You realize it was just four years ago, right? We remember it even if you don't
RCP keeps detailed records of their polls

By this time four years ago, Hillary was slipping in the polls.
She was at 2.6 nationally and eventually finished at 2.1 percent.

Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit. Especially with a third of ballots already cast
Not much time for Trump to erase an 8 percent deficit.

When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
Hate to tell ya.....

Trump was able to eke out an EV victory while losing the popular vote by 2 percent

No way to compensate for an 8 percent loss. That is 12 million votes
When will you figure out Presidents aren't elected by a national vote, Moron?
 

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