Why Trump will win in November
Although the MSM has finally capitulated to the obvious, that Trump is going to be the Republican nominee, they still hold onto the fantasy that Republicans are doomed because Trump can’t possibly win in a general election. Only Republican primary voters can be that stupid, right?
The latest polls show Trump with a slight lead over Hillary in hypothetical one-to-one matchups in both Florida and Ohio, swing states where Romney lost to Obama in 2012.
How well did denying the results of polls showing Trump ahead among likely Republican primary voters work out for those pundits predicting his eventual defeat? Not very well.
It’s actually Democrats, not Republicans, who are preparing to nominate their weakest candidate. All the polls show Sanders to be a much stronger competitor against Republicans. Hillary is a very weak candidate. Nobody loves Hillary besides a handful of hardcore feminists who ignore the fact that she worked to cover up her husband’s rape of Juanita Broaddrick. Hillary is not a natural campaigner like her husband. She’s only winning the nomination because of the “Party Decides” rule.
One may ask, why does the “Party Decides” rule work this year for Democrats and not Republicans? Actually, what we learned this year is that the “Party Decides” rule no longer works for white voters. If only whites were allowed to vote in Democratic primaries, Bernie would win the nomination and not Hillary. However, Hillary is going to coast to a huge victory on Super Tuesday thanks to the support of black voters, and her momentum will sink Bernie.
Going back to Trump, there are those who say that Trump won’t have the support of the Party. That’s ridiculous nonsense. I do predict that a few media pundits and political strategists associated with supporting Republicans will make a public display of stating their support for Hillary. But actual elected politicians with real skin in the game, no way, they are going to support Trump. It’s a well known fact that presidential candidates have coattails. It’s in the political interests of the party as a whole to try to get Trump as many votes as possible, and it’s in the interest of each individual politician to suck up to the guy who may be the next president by supporting him. Chris Christie is only the first Republican politician to realize what will soon be obvious to all other Republican politicians.
The polls today still reflect the spin of the MSM that Trump is a bozo racist who has no chance of even winning the nomination of his own party, let alone the White House. But after Trump wins the Republican nomination in a much more decisive fashion than either Romney or McCain before him, and the Republican establishment starts publicly stating their support for him, he will gather to himself much social proof which he currently lacks, and this will push him several percentage points ahead of Hillary in the polls.
The notion that a significant number of Republican voters will not vote for him in November is already refuted by those polls I previously mentioned. However, to add some qualitative reasoning to that, Republican voters hate Hillary way more than they could ever dislike Trump, and they hate Obama even more than they hate Hillary, and the more Hillary tries to assume the mantle of Obama’s heir, the more Republicans will hate her. The Republican base will turn out enthusiastically to vote against Hillary, if nothing else.
And then we have that open Supreme Court seat. No TrueCon who cares about their ideology would ever want to allow Hillary to decide who gets nominated to the Court and swing the Court from conservative to liberal. Trump has already named two jurists whom he would like to nominate, and they are very conservative, the exact kind of jurists that TrueCons would want.
And then we have all of those scandals floating around Hillary. Bernie has been too much of a wuss to attack Hillary on those, but we know that Trump will attack every way possible. I especially think it’s interesting that all of these women who Clinton wronged, like Juanita Broaddrick, are waiting in the wings to help anyone take down Hillary. It’s an interesting application of so-called game/red-pill-analysis that these women weren’t very eager to say anything against the alpha-male who wronged them, but are now ready to get into the game to take down his shrew of a wife.
And finally, we get to Trump’s biggest advantage, which is that he speaks to white blue-collar Democrats. These are people who are not into the evangelical Christian stuff and their support for Democrats is passed down from parents who believed that Republicans are the party of the rich. And indeed, Republican support for lower taxes for the top 1% just confirms their impression. But Trump, instead of running on the usual Republican cocktail of tax breaks for the wealthy and outlawing abortion, is running on immigration and unfair trade practices of foreign countries which are taking jobs away from blue-collar Americans, and thumbing his nose at the political correctness which the blue-collar whites correctly see as snobbery against them by the elites who only care about helping blacks and Hispanics but view blue-collar whites as deserving of their economic plight because they were too stupid or too lazy to take advantage of their white privilege to get ahead.