There is a very telling statistic that should give you all you need to know as far as who will win the presidency in November. It just came out in Drudge that while the Republicans voting in the primary this year were up 62% over 2012, while the Democrats voting in the primary were down 21%. That is what you call a very telling statistic.
It’s telling because it says a lot about the excitability factor, which is the reason Mitt Romney couldn’t beat Bobo Obama in 2012. He did not excite the base and so, they didn’t get out and vote for him. In fact, if just 7% more Republicans had actually gone to the polls in 2012, Romney would have beaten Obama.
Want some more telling news? The last time Hillary ran in 2008, she received 1, 019,237 more votes losing to Obama than she did this year, beating Sanders. You would figure since this was her coronation year, she would have actually gotten more votes, right? The problem is, she’s a lousy candidate. She makes all sorts of mistakes, and the only thing that could possibly save her is that she’s running against someone with absolute no political savvy. Even though Trump has never, EVER held political office, never even run for political office, he’s even to slightly ahead in most polls now. And that’s before the FBI referral announcement. Of course, Bill is doing all he can to make sure Trump wins, going so far as to hold private meetings with the Attorney General “to talk about grandchildren, golf and travel”. Right!
The whole basis of the GOP and Bernie Sanders popularity is based on one thing. People on both sides of the aisle are pissed off at the establishment and are ready to overthrow the government. If it doesn’t happen at the ballot box, it’ll happen in other ways…but all in all, the Bernie Sanders supporters are not going to be supporting Hillary in the same way that the 16 mini-mouse candidates from the GOP are going to line up behind Trump. Only 55% of Sanders supporters are going to be voting for Hillary and a whopping 22% are going to switch parties and vote for Trump. Trump is getting 62% of the mini-mouse supporters, while only 12% are going to vote for Hillary. And Trump’s base is excited. Hillary is still not drawing anywhere near the crowds that Trump is. Reason? She’s not a people person, she’s a policy wonk. It’s hard to draw an interested crowd of low-information voters when you’re talking numbers, and that’s all she’s doing (other than trying to bash Trump).
Overall, it’s pretty clear. I’m not saying Hillary CAN’T win in November…I’m saying it’s an extreme uphill battle for her. She has a lot to overcome, credibility, trustworthiness, honesty, history, and the fact she’s a poor candidate. All the money in the world won’t help you when you’ve got that much going against you!
Carry on world…you’re dismissed!