(Tea Party PAC) – In 2016, pundit Kevin McCullough correctly predicted that President Trump was going to win. In the face of poll after poll that had Hillary Clinton winning, even the American people left the polls that day feeling as though there was little to nothing they could do to stop Clinton from winning. Lo and behold, Trump won. Not many people were able to say “told you so” after his victory but McCullough was one of them and now he is predicting that President Trump isn’t just going to win November 3rd but that he’s going to have the biggest reelection win since Ronald Reagan.
Here’s some of what he had to say on Townhall:
… he’s going to absolutely crush the election that day. A #Trumpslide if you will.
Now the “smart people” will tell you that’s not possible and that he lags Joe Biden in the polls by margins too big to overcome. If you only look at the selective polls listed in the Real Clear Politics average one might come to that conclusion (Just like they did in 2016).
One thing they won’t tell you though is that the hesitancy to tell pollsters what they think is a real phenomenon. A little more than a month ago Bloomberg published a survey that demonstrated Republicans and Independents are more than twice as likely as Democrats to not reveal to pollsters their true thoughts.
McCullough then states that he finds “no evidence of a Biden win outside of the media polls,” and he is entirely accurate. There is almost zero support or enthusiasm for Joe Biden on the ground and outside of the social media liberal echo chambers. On the matter of enthusiasm, which is a major determining factor going into this election, McCullough writes:
The candidates already know that the president is winning by a mile. President Trump can’t help but to continue to draw massive crowds (even while in the hospital.) Every weekend, in every state, in hundreds of cities bikers, truckers, boaters, horse and buggy people, and regular pedestrians are having larger and larger participation in various parades of support from Miami to Manhattan and from Beverly Hills to Capitol Hill. Meanwhile Biden has trouble getting more than a dozen to show up at a tour stop in Yuma. And we all know people who say “I didn’t vote for him then,” or “I wasn’t really sure about him in 2016,” who have converted to “I’ll crawl over broken glass to vote for him now.”
Does anybody actually know a single 2016 Trump voter who is now planning to vote for Joe Biden? Highly doubtful. On the other hand, several nationwide movements have drawn out hundreds of thousands, if not more, voters who have “walked away” from the Democratic Party and are now voting for President Trump. These movements wouldn’t have been able to attract nearly the number of people they have if it weren’t for the fact that President Trump actually did positive things for black communities in America.
The “walk away” movements have been paramount to President Trump’s reelection campaign, something McCullough also discussed:
Is it significant that Candace Owens led a “Back the Blue” march through DC and to the White House yesterday consisting of thousands of African American voters? Is it important that President Trump received them? Does it seem to make an impact that President Trump oversaw the fastest job creation for Black Americans with the fastest growth in wages among the poorest Black Americans in the modern era? Evidently it does because he’s currently enjoying (what I perceive to be understated) support anywhere from 18 to 25 percent of Black Americans. When narrowed down to Black men he’s consistently in the low to mid-30s percentage wise. The modern era high for a GOP president is 11 percent. Democrat’s consistently need 90 to 95 percent support of Black voters to win. If Trump gets anything above 11 percent he wins big. If he takes 20 percent or more it starts to reshape states like Pennsylvania where he runs up the score in the west and enjoys enough Black support around Philadelphia so as to win the state convincingly. Carbon copy that for Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, etc.
McCullough also points out that President Trump has been a man of his word, something the American people have rarely seen in politicians. He writes:
I’m also very bullish on an old fashioned idea, that if you keep a promise, you’ve earned a second-term. You do realize don’t you that Trump presents the opposite problems of most politicians? Usually a candidate makes a ton of promises and then either breaks them or does very little to fulfill them once in office. Clinton kept three over eight years, Bush kept two (outside of 9/11 related items), Obama a big fat one in his first-term. The president came to office and went to work on day one. He’s lifted more than 2,000 regulations on small businesses, got tax reform done, and started in on his list. By my count 127 promises later he’s still not finished.
McCullough presents a well-rounded perspective that proves the “polls” are just a sham and a tool used by the leftist propaganda outlets to discourage people and make the majority think they are actually outnumbered. Trump wins in November but only if we get out and vote in person. This cannot be stressed enough. Trump cannot win in a landslide if voters don’t show up at the polls in person.