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 No.1572[D]

I'm not so sure. I don't care what you think about him, or if you think he should/shouldn't win. I want to know, what are the chances that he will?

 No.1573[D][DF]

>>1572
If Biden is really who he's up against he'll win for sure. Part of me wants to see him reelected in the hopes he'll follow through on some old promises. The other half doesn't care, he's as crooked as the rest. Still better than any dem tho.

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I think he’ll probably win, his approve ratings have just tied with his disapproval ratings from what I hear. Plus he has enthusiasm unlike Biden. And if Biden shows up to the debates Trump pretty much has the election in the bag

 No.1611[D][DF]

>>1572
If it's in the script that he'll win, he'll win. If it's in the script for him to lose, he'll lose. I don't know why people think elections are still legitimate.

 No.1612[D][DF]

>>1611
There's a reason why the main democrat candidate (ol' Joey Byeden) is such an incompetent fool, and also there's a reason why Sanders pretty much rolled over and gave up to him. Trump has got this election in the bag.

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>>1611
People won't even entertain the idea that the elections are a sham except during a period of exactly four years after their asshole-of-choice loses.

 No.1615[D][DF]

>>1572
>>1573
>>1606
I'm sorry, but have you seen the polls? Trump is getting DESTROYED, even in RED states.
>b-but polls are fake like 2016
Well first off, 2016 polls were WAY closer than they are now.
secondly, even IF you ignore polls completely, and just leave it to anecdotal evidence, you can see there's just no energy this year like there was in 2016. That was his biggest strength, the enthusiasm of his supporters, the idea that he was the fresh new face to save the country. Now, all of that is just GONE. Everyone is abandoning Trump.
yes, things can change, but with only 100 days left, It's highly unlikely. Most voters have already made up their minds, and when you can barely crack 40%, there just aren't enough voters to make up the deficit.
Trump is FUCKED
>>1611
>>1612
>>1613
>muh script
don't be a schizo

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>>1615
Alright, I'll step away from what I said earlier and go with what you are saying. Here I've posted the results of the 2016 polls and the polls for today. You know very well who won in 2016, so these sorts of polls aren't the definitive answer of who is going to win in the current election.
Biden is an absolute moron, he should be sitting at his home and watching 80s sitcom reruns. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-A4VrEUyyI
Sauce for the stuff in pic: https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/president-general/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nationwide_opinion_polling_for_the_2016_United_States_presidential_election

 No.1617[D][DF]

>>1616
These are national polls, which Hillary did win.
Look at state polls. Hillary was up, but still within margin of error, not double digits

 No.1618[D][DF]

>>1615
The election is obviously scripted, there's nothing "schizo" about believing that (see the terms served by every post-cold-war president in the US) but I honestly can see Trump being mock-assassinated either before or after the election similar to what happened to JFK or Lincoln, to paint him as a hero.

 No.1619[D][DF]

>>1617
Another thing is how split the left wing is on this, many young people of the left want to see Sanders get elected, Biden is not their choice, but that's obviously not gonna happen. They could vote Biden just to spite Trump, but who knows to what extent is that realistically going to happen.

 No.1650[D][DF]

>>1572
I feel like the election will be close. At the current moment, Joe Biden is mostly at home and in the shadows and that does a ton of favors for Biden. It helps Biden because he is a bumbling idiot who can't even read the teleprompter properly. Staying at home instead of a campaign under the guise of "keeping people safe from the Corona Virus" puts more attention to Trump because Trump is doing his duties as a POTUS. Censorship is on the rise for Right-wingers and the media is not getting less vicious. Knowing that I would like Trump to be more like he was in 2015/2016 more vicious. I am not sure if this is allowed but Trump should show footage of the riots and show quotes from Biden and other Democrats about the riots. Riot footage is more visceral and concerning to the general public who aren't shills for the left. Trump could also post all the stupid things Biden said in the debates.

 No.1651[D][DF]

>>1650
I have seen some pro-trump ads showing riot footage crossed with an empty police office and saying "this is what Biden wants."

 No.1652[D][DF]

>>1651
That's pretty cool, but are they actually sponsored by Trump or was it someone outside of his campaign team?

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>>1651
There's only one thing that Biden wants.

 No.1654[D][DF]

>>1652
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOOlOMLaFho
It is sponsored by Trump. I see two main criticisms of this, first is that the riots are happening under Trump's presidency. The ad would bear more weight if Trump had cracked down harder on the riots.
Second criticism is that Biden's platform has not stated that it wants to outright defund the police force. However, the ad states that it is what his supporters want which is certainly true.

 No.1659[D][DF]

>>1653
He looks like Bukowski in this nural

 No.1660[D][DF]

he probably wont

 No.1662[D][DF]

Hopefully the United States will collapse before the election.

 No.1665[D][DF]

>>1654
I have a feeling Biden will bend the knee to this crowd if he has not already. Biden wants a (((female of color))) Vice President so he will most likely target that crowd. My main criticism of Trump is that he does not act on his instinct as much as he did in 2015/2016. He listens to people such as (((Kushner))) who doesn't represent the ideas he ran on and has been more mellow ever since. I have a feeling if he did what he did when he was a candidate he would gain more support outside the GOP. I am probably underestimating his support but I do know he can improve.
>>1660
Why?
>>1662
There is a chance actually of that occurring. In a “war gaming” exercise a Democrat think tank there was a scenario brought up that speculated that Biden would not concede because of (((voter suppression))). In another exercise, Biden convinces Leftist governors in Michigan and Wisconsin to send supporters to the electoral college to vote Biden even if Trump won the state. There will be chaos if either of those scenarios happened the West Coast at least would riot or even succeed and civil unrest would most likely be in every city.
https://www.theaustralian.com.au/world/the-times/2020-race-election-war-game-sees-states-ready-to-secede/news-story/462d88715b5781aa86fb72124713f1ca

 No.1675[D][DF]

>>1665
>There is a chance actually of that occurring. In a “war gaming” exercise a Democrat think tank there was a scenario brought up that speculated that Biden would not concede because of (((voter suppression))). In another exercise, Biden convinces Leftist governors in Michigan and Wisconsin to send supporters to the electoral college to vote Biden even if Trump won the state. There will be chaos if either of those scenarios happened the West Coast at least would riot or even succeed and civil unrest would most likely be in every city.

I wanted to read the article you linked and check the guy's sources but it won't let me read the article without paying for a subscription. The reason it tilted my bullshit detector is that newspapers push this hypothetical scenario every election. Before Obama's second term, papers were claiming that Texas and South Carolina would secede if he won. Another thing they do is have celebrities threaten to move to Canada if their guy doesn't win.

I honestly think the "voter suppression" meme is being pushed to make people angrier when Trump does win. I believe he is set to win and they want as much outrage to result from that as they can possibly create.
After the previous election, their "Russia conspiracy theory" worked really well to get huge numbers of people involved in the shitflinging matches on Twitter and Reddit (which gains them ad revenue, don't forget). Not only that, but it also brought up ratings for CNN as many people were tuning in daily to catch that moment when they finally nail Trump and arrest him. It was like one of those "Finding Bigfoot" series where they continually make their audience believe that the next episode will be the big one.
The mistake they made was they they scrambled to put their narrative together last minute and frequently needed to change details, which lost a lot of people and the whole controversy teetered out before 2020.
This time, it seems they've planned well ahead and their "rigged election" narrative will be perfected by the time Trump wins, so there will be no easy ways to poke holes in the theories the media invents and they can keep people tuning in for the "smoking gun" for the next four years.

 No.1676[D][DF]

>>1675
Strange the article did not ask me to pay for the article. I left out a key detail, John Podesta played Biden in the war game. This is concerning to me because Podesta is a prominent Democrat and Democrats are in control of the culture. People bought into "Russia conspiracy theory" because being Liberal is the mainstream and is the zeitgeist. It seems to me that people will go along with what the Left says no matter how crazy it is. Did the Republicans in 2012 have as much power as the Democrats do now? The Democrats are doing unthinkable things now with impunity so it is concerning to me.

 No.1677[D][DF]

>>1676
Democrats don't control the culture. They obey the people who control the culture. 2012 had a lot in common with 2020, only reversed. The Republican candidate was Romney: a joke. He had a lot in common with Biden in regards to the ways the media portrayed him.
2008 also mirrored 2016, only reversed. McCain was the seasoned senator, going up against the up-and-comer Obama who was preaching drastic change at grassroots-style rallies. The race was frequently described by the press as "the most close and brutal in history." Bad campaign strategy and poor choice of VP was the ultimate explanation for McCain's failure and half the country threatened to let Canada invade while accusing Obama of cheating.
Patterns.
Patterns.

 No.1678[D][DF]

>>1677
While I'm at it, 2000 and 2004 also followed this pattern. With the ballot scandal in Florida that was thrown at Bush for four years and then with being put up against John Kerry: a joke with no presence behind the podium who was guaranteed to lose by a landslide.
Patterns.

 No.1679[D][DF]

>>1677
I am not sure you understand what I mean when I say that Liberals control the culture. I am not referring to elections I am referring to institutions such as technology and universities. 8chan, for example, would still be here if Leftists did not target the site. Jaden Mcneil (a college student) would not be labeled as a racist for a simple joke. Again I am not sure what you to trying to say.

 No.1680[D][DF]

>>1679
I was under the impression that you believe the two political parties in America are truly at odds.

 No.1726[D][DF]

>>1572
He’s winning in a land slide, the MSM has more faith in Clinton last year and how’d that turn out

 No.1727[D][DF]

>>1726
States like Michigan and Pennsylvania I recall were very close what makes you think he will do better? Biden is a terrible candidate but it is very concerning when there is a chance there will not be a debate or in other words a chance for a Trump to expose how demented Biden is live in front of millions.



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