Beren wrote:Get real, that's a good advice to anyone anytime, @blackjack21. Especially when it's about Trump, about whom everyone seems deluded.
What deluded idea do you think Trump supporters hold about Trump?
The most deluded ideas I hear are coming from Biden supporters, who for some reason think he ought to win. The Senate just released another finding in it's Biden probe: apparently, Biden family members have been given credit/debit cards on a $100k account set up by a Chinese businessman with ties to the Chinese Communist Party. Biden came in fourth in Iowa and fifth in New Hampshire. Other candidates dropped out of the race while they had more delegates than Biden. Don't you think that's a little strange? There's plenty of reason to dislike Trump, but there's just something fundamentally off about establishment politicians and the Democrats generally these days.
late wrote:Anyway, the last you brought that up you were bragging about the increase in support for Trump among Blacks. Black support went up to almost 10%, as I remember.
Trump got more of the black vote than Romney. This time around, though, his polling is far better among black Americans. If you break the polls down, Trump has 24% approval among blacks. Trump approval rises among black, hispanic voters amid convention
late wrote:538 estimates Biden has a 77% chance of winning. Not too shabby..
Oh gee wow! You don't say? The same Nate Silver who said Hillary had a 71% chance of winning on election night 2016?
I would say his prediction was pretty shabby. Wouldn't you agree?
annatar1914 wrote:Still running with that insane conspiracy theory from a dingbat racist loser Presidential candidate from 2016?
Apparently, Durham is investigating the Clinton Foundation now too.
Politics_Observer wrote:Republicans are helping him in red states by planning to invalidate perfectly fair and legitimate election results because they know Trump will lose.
Democrats are helping him by asking people to vote by mail. Did you follow the Democrat primaries, and how many mail-in ballots got invalidated? Why would you want Trump's post office to be in the chain of custody of mail-in ballots if you're so afraid of Trump? Isn't the smarter thing to do to keep Trump from having access to the ballots? Additionally, Trump can use postal laws to prosecute any fraud in the mail system. Why hand him jurisdiction if you're so afraid of him? It doesn't make sense to me.
"We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."
-- Joe Biden