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Ready for a Trump Landslide?

Wayne Allyn Root on

Is President Donald Trump about to win reelection in a 35- to 40-state electoral landslide? The signs are everywhere.

Trump just raised $15 million in one day ... in California. The biggest business leaders in America are betting on Trump ... even in ultra-liberal, ultra-blue California.

By way of comparison, California's own liberal darling Sen. Kamala Harris raised $12 million nationally ... over three months.

Think about this for a moment. Trump was outspent by more than 2 to 1 in the 2016 election. Still, Hillary Clinton couldn't beat him.

This time around, Trump will have $2 billion to spend. Trump beat Clinton with $600 million. What chance do Democrats have against Trump and $2 billion?

CNN also just got a dose of reality. It sent reporter Martin Savidge to Minnesota, a deep-blue Democratic stronghold where the blue-collar, working-class residents are lifelong Democrats. Everyone shown on camera said they are voting for Trump.


Why? Because anyone with a job and common sense can see the Democratic Party is insane. Elect any Democrat but former Vice President Joe Biden and it's clear you'll be out looking for work the day after the election.

With the Democrat plans to spend trillions on "Medicare for All," trillions on free child care, trillions on free college, trillions on free health care for illegals and tens of trillions on the infamous Green New Deal, America will be bankrupt and closed for business.

Crazy, radical Democrats such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claim the world will end in 12 years. I don't know about the world, but I know the date the American Dream ends. Mark it down. If any Democrat other than Biden wins, it's Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020.

I say this because the delusional media actually think, hope and pray that Biden is their savior. They think Biden can beat Trump. That's why they're rooting so hard for him.


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