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Five Reasons Trump Will Win in a Landslide

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Look what happend to Miami-Dade county... it shifted to +4 Trump in a week. The early voting, where dems usually rack up votes, didnt happen and now in person voting, which usually favors Republicans by 80%, begins... Florida is owned by Trump due to simple math. And this is happening in every state today... the shift to Trump is massive...
The democrat "voter rack up" didn't happen across the US and today they are in shear panic mode.
Democrats have been victimized by their own push polling, believing their own lies.

The Middle Class does not want their jobs exported to Chinna, city shops gutted in ruin due to riots, or their freedom to move about and worship God to be curtailed by the state.

The Democrats are about to have another harsh lesson and they are too stupid to learn from it.
 
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The House would elect the president, not the Senate. Each state delegation would get one vote, so presumably, which ever party has the majority delegation in each state would vote for that party's candidate.
The Senate would select the Vice-President.
I dont think the House will have to vote, but if it did, not all of those GOP representatives are necessarily going to vote for Trump.
 

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the data shows that Trump is likely keep all his 2016 states and win Minnesota and New Hampshire. Additionally, it is highly likely that Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia are in play. This could land him 35 states and an overwhelming victory in the popular vote. Here is why:
• Republican Support: 77% (2016) vs. 96% (projected 2020). That's 10,000,000 votes!
• Evangelical Christians: 81% (2016) vs. 90% (projected 2020)
• Hispanics: 28% (2016) vs. 36.5% (projected in 2020). A potential swing of 8.8 million from 2016.
• Catholics: 45% (2016) vs. 53% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 12.4 million votes from 2016.
• Black vote: 8% (2016) vs. 15% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 6.8 million votes from 2016.
Any of these projections coming half-true would guarantee the President a victory. A combination would lead to a landslide.
Look what happend to Miami-Dade county... it shifted to +4 Trump in a week. The early voting, where dems usually rack up votes, didnt happen and now in person voting, which usually favors Republicans by 80%, begins... Florida is owned by Trump due to simple math. And this is happening in every state today... the shift to Trump is massive...

The democrat "voter rack up" didn't happen across the US and today they are in shear panic mode.

They really didn't think their whole "vote by mail" plan through very well. They figured they'd demand VBM due to Covid panic, then file lawsuits all over the place demanding to extend the counts. Problem is, they keep losing the lawsuits at the lower level, and then RBG died on them, which means very little hope of winning on appeal to the Supreme Court. And Republican voters have been blowing them out on the early voting, so far as we can tell. Also, they ended up seriously limiting their ability to commit fraud in the ways they're accustomed to.
 

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The House would elect the president, not the Senate. Each state delegation would get one vote, so presumably, which ever party has the majority delegation in each state would vote for that party's candidate.
The Senate would select the Vice-President.
I dont think the House will have to vote, but if it did, not all of those GOP representatives are necessarily going to vote for Trump.

But they don't get to vote individually. The vote for their state is decided amongst the Representatives for that state as a group. Even if a particular Republican Representative is anti-Trump, it would require all the other Republicans in his delegation to be anti-Trump as well for their vote not to go to Trump.
 

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I hope you're right. But knowing how Democrats game the system, I'm good with 270 to 268. Like Al Davis said, "Just win baby".
How do democrats game the system? How do they get away with it? Why isn’t anyone able to stop them?
 

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the data shows that Trump is likely keep all his 2016 states and win Minnesota and New Hampshire. Additionally, it is highly likely that Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia are in play. This could land him 35 states and an overwhelming victory in the popular vote. Here is why:
• Republican Support: 77% (2016) vs. 96% (projected 2020). That's 10,000,000 votes!
• Evangelical Christians: 81% (2016) vs. 90% (projected 2020)
• Hispanics: 28% (2016) vs. 36.5% (projected in 2020). A potential swing of 8.8 million from 2016.
• Catholics: 45% (2016) vs. 53% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 12.4 million votes from 2016.
• Black vote: 8% (2016) vs. 15% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 6.8 million votes from 2016.
Any of these projections coming half-true would guarantee the President a victory. A combination would lead to a landslide.
The real, number one reason, “what will bring most fun, entertainment and drama to the next season”.
 

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Honestly, in some way the best Victory would be If Biden wins the popular Vote by a huge margin but the electoral College Ends up at a 269 to 269 and Trump gets President by a 51 to 49 vote in the Senate. The meltdown of the "liberals" would beyond anything imaginable. IT would be pure gold to watch.

The president isn't selected by the Senate under those circumstances, he would be selected by the House.

Now, each state would get one vote under those circumstances, and that's where it gets tricky.

Tricky as in Trump becomes the president.
 
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But they don't get to vote individually. The vote for their state is decided amongst the Representatives for that state as a group. Even if a particular Republican Representative is anti-Trump, it would require all the other Republicans in his delegation to be anti-Trump as well for their vote not to go to Trump.
A state delegation might be say 6:4 Rep vrs Dem, but if half the delegates are Never Trumpers, they can give that state delegation to Biden.
 

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But they don't get to vote individually. The vote for their state is decided amongst the Representatives for that state as a group. Even if a particular Republican Representative is anti-Trump, it would require all the other Republicans in his delegation to be anti-Trump as well for their vote not to go to Trump.
A state delegation might be say 6:4 Rep vrs Dem, but if half the delegates are Never Trumpers, they can give that state delegation to Biden.

Do you know of any states with a preponderance of Never-Trumpers in the House?

Also, you realize that the House delegations we're talking about are going to change after the election, right?
 
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the data shows that Trump is likely keep all his 2016 states and win Minnesota and New Hampshire. Additionally, it is highly likely that Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia are in play. This could land him 35 states and an overwhelming victory in the popular vote. Here is why:
• Republican Support: 77% (2016) vs. 96% (projected 2020). That's 10,000,000 votes!
• Evangelical Christians: 81% (2016) vs. 90% (projected 2020)
• Hispanics: 28% (2016) vs. 36.5% (projected in 2020). A potential swing of 8.8 million from 2016.
• Catholics: 45% (2016) vs. 53% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 12.4 million votes from 2016.
• Black vote: 8% (2016) vs. 15% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 6.8 million votes from 2016.
Any of these projections coming half-true would guarantee the President a victory. A combination would lead to a landslide.
The author of this thread is a funny guy.
 
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• Evangelical Christians: 81% (2016) vs. 90% (projected 2020)
White evangelical and born-again Christian voters voted for the president 76 percent to 23 percent, The New York Times reported on Tuesday. However, the margin was down slightly from 2016, when exit polling indicated white evangelicals voted for Trump by a margin of 81 percent to 16 percent.

 

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the data shows that Trump is likely keep all his 2016 states and win Minnesota and New Hampshire. Additionally, it is highly likely that Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia are in play. This could land him 35 states and an overwhelming victory in the popular vote. Here is why:
• Republican Support: 77% (2016) vs. 96% (projected 2020). That's 10,000,000 votes!
• Evangelical Christians: 81% (2016) vs. 90% (projected 2020)
• Hispanics: 28% (2016) vs. 36.5% (projected in 2020). A potential swing of 8.8 million from 2016.
• Catholics: 45% (2016) vs. 53% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 12.4 million votes from 2016.
• Black vote: 8% (2016) vs. 15% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 6.8 million votes from 2016.
Any of these projections coming half-true would guarantee the President a victory. A combination would lead to a landslide.
Good morning.
 
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American Thinker is a pretty decent commentator and pndit on politics and cultural issues.


the data shows that Trump is likely keep all his 2016 states and win Minnesota and New Hampshire. Additionally, it is highly likely that Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia are in play. This could land him 35 states and an overwhelming victory in the popular vote. Here is why:
• Republican Support: 77% (2016) vs. 96% (projected 2020). That's 10,000,000 votes!
• Evangelical Christians: 81% (2016) vs. 90% (projected 2020)
• Hispanics: 28% (2016) vs. 36.5% (projected in 2020). A potential swing of 8.8 million from 2016.
• Catholics: 45% (2016) vs. 53% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 12.4 million votes from 2016.
• Black vote: 8% (2016) vs. 15% (projected 2020). A potential swing of 6.8 million votes from 2016.
Any of these projections coming half-true would guarantee the President a victory. A combination would lead to a landslide.
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  1. Because I really, really, really, really want him to!
  2. Because Democrats are evil!
  3. Because I drive around in my car with Trump flags and it's so cooooool!
  4. Oh please, please, please, please let my Orange Messiah win!
  5. Because I really, really, really, really, really want him to!
Glad to see you realize Democrats are evil.
 

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