Surprise! Trump Presumptive GOP Nominee Amid Massive Turnout

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In the latest round of Republican primaries, Trump received some great (albeit expected) news. He won Illinois and his home state of Florida. This makes him the 2020 Republican presidential candidate (presumptive). He’s now reached the necessary threshold of delegates. The primaries have been a breath of fresh air for Trump voters who were tired of hearing about his shortcomings.

He’s smashing the record books when it comes to his vote totals. The level of enthusiasm for a second Trump term is at an all-time high. This news does not come as much of a surprise to those who have been paying attention. Since he was able to easily defeat Hillary Clinton during the primary stage in 2016, no one expected him to have any sort of issues this year.

It’s not like the Democrats are doing anything to increase the level of enthusiasm among their voters. From the looks of it, they were fine with rigging their primary process and making sure that good old Uncle Joe was able to take home the nomination. Barring some sort of unforeseen event, Trump is likely to cruise to the presidency.

According to the latest survey that has been provided by Univision, Trump is currently defeating Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden in head to head battles. This is what happens when one party decides that they are going to wave the white flag before the election has even taken place.

If you placed the left on truth serum, they would all readily admit that Biden has no chance of defeating Trump. Sanders probably has no chance, either. With Bernie, there is at least some sense that we have not seen this movie before. Biden is the same old same, though. He’s the sort of moderate candidate that the Democrats love.

Meanwhile, Trump has been able to maintain his level of enthusiasm by being himself at all times. Biden has been flailing for approval for some time now. He is even willing to fold Bernie’s policies into his platform if he thinks that it will get some of the young people to head to the polls on his behalf.

COVID-19 was the last hope for the leftists. They were hoping that Trump would be the one to take the blame for the virus’ spread and their preferred candidates would be able to ride the resulting wave of animosity to the top. Meanwhile, the left should be more worried about their voters sitting out the election because they are not pleased with the chosen candidate.

Let’s face it, it’s not like Biden is going to make the type of person that would have voted for Bernie race to the polls. The Democrats are going to go through the same issues that they experienced in 2016. Hillary Clinton was a similar type of candidate and she inspired lots of people to stay home instead of actually getting out to vote.

There are some who believe that the Democrats have some sort of plan up their sleeves to take Trump out before the election takes place. In our humble opinion, this is a major overestimation of what they are truly capable of. They can barely run their own party at this point and we highly doubt that they are going to be able to put a stop to the second Trump term that we all know is inevitable.

The Democratic elites need to realize that it is time to head back to the drawing board. They cannot continue on their current path of rigging the primaries to keep Bernie Sanders away from nominations. Eventually, a younger candidate with many of his viewpoints is going to come along and they are going to be powerless to stop it.

What happens when they do not have some sort of moderate milquetoast with a mild level of name-value to trot out for their voters? Elizabeth Warren is not a name that inspires very much confidence and we have serious doubts that she could hold her own in the latter stages of a presidential campaign. In the meantime, Trump is going to waltz to his second term without ever experiencing a moment of doubt.

That’s what happens when you are more worried about the welfare of the country than the welfare of your political party. The Republicans that once attempted to speak out against him have gotten awfully silent now, haven’t they? The people have spoken now. Trump is the presidential candidate that they trust to keep us on the right track and help us through the difficult times to come.

7 Comments

  1. I seem to remember that Hillary had the same confidence in 2016. So we can’t take anything for granted. Hillary was thought to be a “shoe in” so demos didn’t bother to get out and vote. Personally, if I were in their shoes, I’d not get out and vote this year either. What a dismal candidate selection they have had! Whether Biden takes the presidency and turns it over to his V.P., or stays in office, it will still be a puppet administration. With things going as they are now, we just cannot afford that type of party agenda driven leadership. It’s going to take high energy, a proven record of performance, and intelligence to get us out of the mess the virus has caused us. And to say the virus is Trumps fault is so patently ludicrous, people should be ashamed to repeat it. Unless you like being be a parrot?

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