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From the Politik by Philip Charles

The Politik is predicting that on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Donald J. Trump will win a landslide election, to become the 45th President of the United States.

Trump is the most popular and captivating candidate the party has nominated since Ronald Reagan.  A successful businessman, Trump has been in the world spotlight for years and became a household name over the past decade with a successful reality TV show on NBC, ‘The Apprentice’ and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’.

His name adorns buildings, casinos and resorts all over the world.

Everywhere he has gone, for over a year now, throngs of fans and voters stand in lines thousands deep and hours long.  In early August, in a Daytona Beach arena, Trumpdrew 8,000 screaming fans, while Hillary could only muster a few hundred the same day at a high school gym in Colorado.  Later that night, in Jacksonville, Trump drew 15,000 people.  This is a normal occurrence on the campaign trail.

Again, Hillary inspires no confidence in voters.  Donald Trump has to turn away far more fans that Clinton can even draw at a campaign event.  This is meaningful as it relates to who actually will make an effort to vote.

To prove how far his national appeal is, Trump won big in every region of the map:  Northeast, Southeast, South, Midwest, Rust Belt, Northwest, West and Southwest.  He won more primary votes than any candidate in the history of the party, and he did so with 17 candidates running.

He won a landslide primary, in a year in which three very popular elected officials from the big states of Texas, Florida and Ohio were running against him.  That alone made it impossible for almost any candidate besides Ted Cruz in Texas, Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio in Florida and John Kasich in Ohio, to win.  Not only did Trump win, but did so with ease.

The Democrats have an electoral problem, in that they need 95% of the black vote, with large turnout, just to win a general election.

Not only is a problem today, but its a far bigger problem for them in the future.  As groups of a demographic grow in size, they also become more diverse.  The chances are that Blacks will vote less and less for Democrat in the future, as they grow in size and diversify from evolution.

Hillary Clinton is also on the losing end of almost all variables that play in elections.

She is the incumbent party seeking a third consecutive term, which is rarely a good thing

The Economy is not producing with 90 million unemployed Americans and only 1.2 % growth

ISIS and Terrorism is striking all over the western world and within the United States borders.  The Democrats refuse to even say the phrase “Islamic Terrorism.

Nearly 80% of the country thinks the United States is going in the wrong direction and Hillary Clinton has been directly involved in government for the last 25 years.  In these times, experience is not a good thing.

Trump is unabashedly pro-American while the Democrats give off a perception that they are embarrassed by being associated as an American.

Trump has taken strong positions on two issues that are driving massive new voters to him:  Immigration and Free Trade.  Both of these issues hit right at the heart of the forgotten middle class, that has seen their jobs traded away oversees by their own elected officials.Over the past 70 or so years, typically the more physically overpowering ticket wins.

Trump/Pence or Clinton/Kaine?  Who seems tougher to you?

Her husband Bill Clinton never received even half of the vote during his two Electoral College victories in 1992 and 1996.  The Clintons are not as popular as the media would have you believe.

 

Hillary doesn’t have the heart of her party’s voters.  Bernie Sanders did.  And unfortunately for the Democrats, the heart of their party’s voters lost.

Trump, on the hand, is the heart of the party and beat the powerful interests groups trying to steal it from him and his record setting amount of voter

What we do know is that Trump is attracting voters from all over the map and into the Republican fold, just to vote for him.  It’s how he unexpectedly massacred 16 opponents in the primary.

Don’t even bother looking at a poll.  If they were any accurate or valuable at predicting, then the people who ran them would be billionaires.

As we learned from the DNC-WikiLeaks scandal, the Democratic Party and Mainstream Media manipulate polls for nothing other than headlines and talking points, meant to drive narratives and suppress Republican turnout.

Instead, think of the facts.

When the media tells you that this race is close or that Hillary is leading, just simply laugh it all off.

This election is already over and Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States.

 

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Comments on: "A Trump Landslide? Possible!" (13)

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  2. Standing in line for hours to attend a Trump rally is SOP, ( I can tell you that 1st hand ) whereas I’m sure you can walk right in and pick a front row seat 2 minutes before showtime at a Killery recital.
    Point is, if the Trumpers are willing to wait that long to see him, I’m sure a few minutes in line at the polls to vote for him won’t be a turn-off.

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    • Terry, did you ever get in to see Trump or did you have to stand outside? I would love to go to one of Trump’s rallies.

      I agree that those who are voting for Trump will stand for hours to cast their vote.

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      • I did get in to see him Pepp. It was last winter in our civic center that holds 12,000. It was packed to the rafters and there were at least 5,000 that couldn’t get in.
        We all waited patiently, chatting and having a good time, with no disruptions. It was a great rally.

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  3. Fireheart said:

    Yay ! We may finally get a great person in office

    Liked by 2 people

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