Thursday, July 16, 2020

Why Trump's Polling Numbers Are So Bad?

7/15/20 Boise channel 2:

Boise couple finds home vandalized over Trump flag

When Robert and Janet Tatilian came home on Sunday night, they weren't prepared for what they saw.

Mustard and cheese spray smeared all over their property. All because they decided to fly a Trump Flag.

"I'm first-generation American citizen, and I'm not going to be silent," Janet said. "When they talk about the silent majority, people are afraid to voice their opinion. Even putting flags on their own home."

If someone called me and asked who I was voting for in November, I would not answer.  It might be the local Democratic Party deciding which house needs vandalizing, or break and entering re-education.  These idiots want a civil war.  They are not going to like the results.  None of us will. 

Interesting item at Breitbart:

However, the majority of voters in the Keystone State believe in the underlying presence of “secret Trump voters” within their communities — voters who largely refrain from making their preference known, for a variety of reasons, but will cast their ballot in support of the president.

Fifty-seven percent of voters “believe there are a number of so-called secret voters in their communities who support Trump but won’t tell anyone about it.” Of those, 27 percent believe there are “many” secret Trump voters, while 17 percent said there are “only a few.” The remaining 13 percent said they were not sure how many “secret” voters are out there.

On the flip side, only 27 percent of respondents believe there are “secret” Biden voters.

No surprise.  Friends in L.A. tell me that bumper stickers showing support for Republican presidential nominees in previous elections led to cars being keyed.  Why wouldn't you be a secret Trump voter?  I suspect this was part of the great surprise in 2016: lots of Trump voters were either afraid of retaliation or were embarrassed by his carefully crafted buffoonery.  This year will likely be similar.

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