Thursday, November 05, 2020
Texas and a few other thoughts about the electionClick to watch: pic.twitter.com/FI73G7qmbO— Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) November 5, 2020
As I write this, it appears that Joe Biden will be our next president. Let me repeat “it appears” because it is not final and I’m not conceding anything.
Nevertheless, we may have a President Biden with GOP Senate and a House with fewer Democrats. Add to this serious concern that there may be fraud in the finals.
What a way to become the 46th president. Biden should catch up with the story of President Hayes!
I know that Scott Rasmussen’s election prediction was wrong but he is 100% right about this:
If Biden wins, it’s hard to imagine a less appealing victory. He will have a Republican controlled Senate, nearly half the nation’s voters questioning whether he really won, and a progressive wing in his own party demanding action on an unpopular agenda.
So if the numbers hold, and I’m not conceding yet, the biggest loser was the Democrat left, i.e. Bernie, Sandy O, and even Pelosi.
The left spent millions to defeat Senator Lindsey Graham, Senator Susan Collins and Senator John Cornyn, but they failed. The left made a deal with Biden that they’d support his campaign and then take over his administration.
Sorry, but a President Biden and a GOP Senate will drive the left crazy. They will be at war with each other, and it won’t be pretty.
This is why I’m convinced that Biden is on his knees praying that somehow President Trump gets to 270 before he does.