Stop the Steal Sentiment Still Going Strong According to an April survey conducted for CNN, the majority of Republicans believe Donald Trump won the 2020 election. The survey indicates that 70 percent of Republicans believe Trump’s false allegations of victory. Just 23 percent believe Biden’s victory was legitimate. Stop the steal sentiment is still going […]
Recently, Two of the last five elections were won without gaining the most votes (40%), vs all of US history – 5 Presidents elected out of 58 elections lost the popular vote (9%). Has the system been hacked?
Moderate Republicans May Vote Liberal Joe Biden is trending ahead of Donald Trump in national election polls. One possible explanation for his lead is the support of moderate Republicans. These moderate Republicans may vote liberal in the 2020 election. Many moderate Republicans are concerned over Trump’s policy record and erratic behavior while in power. And […]
Military Voters May Surprise in 2020 According to a recent Military Times poll, military voters increasingly disapprove of President Trump. In the poll, more active duty service members indicated they’d vote for Joe Biden than for Donald Trump. Trump’s campaign paints him as a strong leader on law and order. But his checkered past on […]
Could Texas Go Blue in 2020? Texas has long been considered one of the safest states for the Republican Party. Though its cities are mostly blue, its rural areas are deep red and make up a large proportion of its population. Could Texas go blue in 2020? The 2020 presidential election could be pivotal in […]
The truth is I abhor the use of liberal/conservative/left/right/democrat/republican language when speaking about politics. Putting people into those buckets is akin to putting us in street gangs, good for only divisiveness. I actually believe voting along party lines should be looked at suspiciously as it doesn’t seem to suggest our representatives are voting for their constituents but rather for the success of their party. What I want to look at are the main arguments I have observed and the psychology behind the support of a figure who has become, whether you like it or not, a divisive figure with a questionable past.
Three Reasons Mail-In Voting Makes Sense Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee are paying millions to fight voting rights lawsuits around the country. These lawsuits attempt to give Americans the ability to vote via mail, so they aren’t required to physically visit the polls during the coronavirus pandemic. But despite the Republican Party’s […]