This year's election will be my first time ever voting, and the first time that I feel that I genuinely understand what's on the line, and what each candidate represents. I thought that I was pretty well-informed during the 2016 election, but I just barely scratched the surface back then, and who knows maybe I'm just scratching the surface now; but I'm 100% set on voting for Donald J. Trump as President of the United States, and I encourage all of you to go out and vote for who you think is the right person.
With that in mind, I just wanted to state my thoughts and what I've noticed over the past few months regarding the election.
Companies "Getting Out the Vote"
I can't be the only one that noticed this, and you've probably noticed it too: companies have turned "getting out the vote" into a gigantic marketing scheme. To be fair, I haven't been through that many elections since I'm just a dumb zoomer, but I'm pretty sure that companies, especially social media ones, have never tried this hard to get people to vote ever.
Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, polling "experts" (I think all polls are fake but whatever) in 2019 "predicted the 2020 presidential election would bring record turnout among voters." I don't perceive this as a bad thing, I think massive voter turnout is an amazing thing, and just proves that America has always been, and will continue to be a Democratic Republic with fair elections.
Despite all of that though, you can't blame me for being somewhat suspicious that there's some kind of hidden agenda in these companies trying to increase voter turnout. I'm not Alex Jones or anything so I'm not going to delve into this, but basically I think that with Instagram/Facebook, Snapchat, TikTok, etc... mainly have left-leaning and liberal users, so urging its user base to vote will increase the chances of a Democrat win, while also shielding the company from negative PR and the oh-so-dreaded cancel culture mob.
Partisanship aside, take it from me, and go out and vote for the right person, and then we'll just have to wait together.
Democrats Have Broken This Election
Let me explain to you how an election normally happens.
- Some people vote early, and some vote by mail via a solicited absentee ballot
- Overwhelming majority of voters vote on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November.
- States start locking in which candidate won that state.
- Once most if not all states have locked in who won that state, the losing candidate concedes/surrender to the winning candidate once the overall election result as become clear.
Seems simple enough right? Well let us talk about how the Democrats are once again trying to ruin every tradition that we have in America.
Democrats are massively trying to push for mail-in voting, despite knowing the mail-in ballots are susceptible to fraud, because Covid-19 is too horrible and deadly for us strong and adventurous Americans to go vote in person. Dr. Anthony Fauci, a trusted medical figure and expert on infectious diseases stated, "there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be able to vote in person or otherwise,” while following social distancing guidelines of course. Dr. Deborah Birx, a leader in the fight against Covid-19 along with Dr. Fauci, said that in person voting is "as easy as going to Starbucks."
So Democrats like to spit out "trust the scientists!!!" but only when it suits them. Typical.
Former First Lady and 2016 Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton said during the virtual 2020 DNC that "Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances ... I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch." Absolutely hilarious. And it's not like we can do anything about it either, mail-in ballots are already being sent in and I don't think this election will be finished by the night of November 3rd. Mail-in ballots take time to get sent in and accounted for, so I don't think it's ridiculous to suggest that we might not know the results of the election until December.
Interestingly enough though, 82% of voters say that it's important for the losing candidate to concede after election results are shown. But here's the real kicker: "The survey found Republican voters to be 9 percentage points less likely than Democratic voters and 3 percentage points less likely than independent voters to say conceding was important." So even Democrat voters think that conceding is important, and apparently even more so than Republicans. This just goes to show you how completely out of touch the Democratic Party is with their members.
The Democratic Party is a complete dumpster fire and a joke, and them ruining the election will come back to bite them in the ass on Election Day.
As I've reported in earlier articles, Biden voters do not like Biden, and they are only voting for him because of a deep and passionate hatred for Trump. Trump has truly mentally broken these sad poor people.
Ever since Trump's campaign leading up the 2016 election, American politics has stopped being about Red vs. Blue, but rather Trump vs. Literally-anyone-else. Here's something that I think will definitely help Trump out this upcoming election though: Trump voters are much more enthusiastic. Trump voters are voting Trump because they actually like the dude and what he stands for. With that in mind though, while Biden enthusiasm is definitely not as high as Trump enthusiasm, Anti-Trump enthusiasm is pretty high, maybe even higher than Trump enthusiasm.
This is all speculation though, and we'll all find out (unfortunately) after election night.
Pelosi Enacting 25th Amendment
Last topic of the day, Pelosi is reportedly trying to push for a bill that creates a commission in the House of Reps that will have the power to remove the President from office if he or she is deemed unfit for the job. Pelosi said herself that "this is not about President Trump ... but he shows the need for us to create a process for future presidents." Future presidents like Sleepy Joe Biden perhaps?
I don't want to sound like a crazy lunatic but maybe this is all some elaborate plan for Dems to get Biden elected and then suddenly remove him from office with this new commission, and then have Harris be the first female president. Who knows.
With all that in mind, this election is shaping up to the possibly one of the most chaotic elections in American history, and I'm glad to be a part of this chapter in future history books.