Felipe’s election prediction

I tend to be a pessimist. Here’s what I think stands a good chance of happening in the presidential election. Bottom line, the Democrats will steal it.

Biden cannot possibly win a clean vote. Trump holds enthusiastic rallies attended by tens of thousands. Biden holds rallies attended by, well, tens on a good day. There is no enthusiasm for Biden at all. He’s a worn-out pol, a stand-in for the radical Round-Heels Harris.

The Democrat Socialist Party has been trying to push Trump out of office since the day he was inaugurated. Nothing has worked, and here we are at the end game.

Leftists are crafty, unprincipled people and smart. Conservatives are smart too, but we are not crafty, and we have principles. In many ways, we are complete nincompoops. Leftists have us calling them “liberals” and “progressives,” when they are neither. They have us saying “Google something” instead of “do an internet search.” Google is a major-league leftist gang, as you know. And even you say “Google it,” don’t you?

Words matter.

Another example of the naïve nincompoopery of conservatives is the large number of corporations who’ve donated to the radical Marxist outfit BLM. Leftists lead clueless, wide-eyed conservatives around on dog leashes.

All this mail-in vote nonsense was initiated by leftists because they know it’s open to manipulation. As for those polls that show Biden ahead or, lately, neck and neck, most of the polls are run by leftists, and those false results will justify Biden’s “victory.” The polls are just as partisan as the modern mainstream media.

Think back to the last four years of hysteria and lies. You think that now, facing their last opportunity, the Democrat Socialist Party is going to roll over and accept honest election results? There is historic skullduggery just around the bend.

I could be mistaken. I pray so.

Blindsided us in 2016! Not today, Bub!

49 thoughts on “Felipe’s election prediction

  1. I don’t think the election will be close enough for the Dems to steal. I think we’ll have a clear winner on election night.

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  2. We’ve been glued to Fox News for the past three months and have watched every Trump Rally with excitement. It feels like the Republicans have got this … but at the same time, I wonder what the Dems know that we don’t know. Even if Trump wins, and the Senate keeps its power, the swamp is still in place with heavy roots that will still need to be cut and removed. An uphill battle for sure. This feels like Super Bowl Sunday on steroids. Win or lose, it’s going to be an exciting game for all. Thank you, Felipe for all your commentary (political and non-political). I always love it when seeing another “Unseen Moon” waiting in my inbox.

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  3. I know you’re a smart guy, Felipe, but I hope you are wrong. There are disturbing signs that the left will cheat. They’ve already uncovered voting by dead people and then there’s this:

    https://noqreport.com/2020/11/02/democrats-colluding-with-cia-to-launch-intelligence-operation-that-alters-voting-machine-results-report/

    Biden is a hollowed-out man with no principles and half a brain. If this election were fair and square, Trump would win in a landslide.

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    1. Brent: I am a smart guy, and I hope I am wrong too. Of course, the leftists are up to no good.

      I just this minute received sad news via email. My absentee vote for Trump, sent registered mail from here on the mountaintop Oct. 1, and which took 27 freaking days to make it to the Mexico City airport, a five-hour drive, just now made it to a USPS facility in … drum roll … Queens, New York!

      It won’t make it to Houston by this evening.

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  4. The rallies are covid spreaders. Irresponsible. Trump is going to lose, and he can sue God himself. It’s not going to do any good. The bully and Putin puppet will finally be gone. I put him at a 10 percent chance of winning.

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  5. Better start learning Mandarin so you can talk to your new landlords.

    Our nation and most of the other nations of this world are deep in debt. This debt financed roads, airports and all sorts of infrastructure. It also provided a social welfare system that prevented our nation from being burnt to the ground by the social parasites. This is coming to an end. Nations must either default on their debt or inflate the currencies to solve this problem. Inflation means falling standards of living for us that work for a living. Our savings and retirement funds will take a hit. Don’t think those that own and operate our world are going suffer. No, they are busy transitioning their wealth into hard assets.

    Donald Trump’s forte is bankruptcy. If he can forestall the bitter end of the dollar for four more years, we will be much better prepared to deal with this issue. Remember, the Federal Reserve is a creature of the banks, not the U.S. government. Do you think the banks are going to suffer? Currently, the U,S, dollar is the world’s reserve currency. That will change as the gold-backed renmembi replaces the dollar. That means that all of those dollars used in international trade will be coming home to purchase hard assets.

    It seems like every day, I get offers to purchase my house for cash. It is a shack! Someone is dumping dollars like crazy. Hyperinflation drives goods off of the store shelf. Merchants cannot sell goods for less than the replacement value plus other expenses. Governments can nationalize stores, raid warehouses, seize farms and equipment, but they cannot produce goods. Farms do not grow crops by themselves. Governments can print all the currency they need, but they cannot print jars of peanut butter.

    We have a subculture in our country that is used to government support and cheap food. They will not be denied. Things are going to get ugly.

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    1. Señor Gill: I feel better now. And I learned two new things. The word renmembi and the fact that you live in a shack.

      As for things getting ugly, they’ve already gotten ugly, but I imagine you mean even uglier. With luck, that will not happen until you and I are pushing up those proverbial daisies.

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    2. Robert: the Renminbi is not gold backed, though there has been speculation that doing so would enable it to become a global currency. However, there’s a hitch, which likely prevents that. By using the renminbi, you’d be subject to Chinese commercial “law,” which doesn’t exactly have the tradition, impartiality, transparency, and fairness of American or British law. Why are all the big financial deals done either in the USA or the UK? Sure, the USD is accepted everywhere, the pound less so. But it’s the legal framework that keeps folks coming back. China does not currently have that, nor is it likely to ever get it under the current system, as that would require that the CCP occasionally lose cases in courts of law. Not going to happen.

      As for inflation, yes, we appear to be as primed for inflation as we have ever been. But before you get too worried, remind yourself that the Fed, the ECB, the BOJ, and others have now spent more than ten years trying to generate inflation, and they have all failed. Exactly why they’ve failed remains both controversial and uncertain. But the failure is inarguable.

      My view is that inflation will certainly come some day, but probably not this year, and maybe not even next. There’s currently too much excess capacity in the world, exacerbated by Covid, for that to occur.

      Cheers,

      Kim G
      Boston, MA
      Where Biden doesn’t need to cheat to win.

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        1. Robert: This article confirms what I stated in my opening paragraph: that the yuan/renminbi is not currently backed by gold, but there is talk of it. So, no, you haven’t refuted my point at all.

          Would you be willing to put billions of dollars into a Chinese-controlled, but ostensibly gold-backed currency? What legal framework would you want? It’s that latter bit that counts, not theoretical promises of convertibility to specie.

          Cheers,

          KG

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    1. Señor Gill: And that is a justified worry. In that way, I am fortunate to not have grandchildren, plus my one offspring is married to a rich patent lawyer. And she’s not so young anymore herself.

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  6. Felipe,

    The Democrats may well have shot themselves in the foot. How? Well, mail-in ballots have high rejection rates in general, as they must be perfectly completed. By “perfectly completed,” I mean that they need (in most cases) to be dated, signed, and correctly filled out in all respects. A big chunk of traditional Democrat voters — the poor and the young — also have a much higher rate of ballot rejection. Remember how the Dems were aggressively pushing mail-in ballots, and then suddenly went silent on the topic? It’s because they figured out the above.

    So I’m reasonably optimistic, though if ever there was an election too close to call, 2020 is it.

    And in the longer term, we’re all screwed anyway as the Federal government has now taken on more debt than it can possibly either manage or pay off. This will end badly, and it won’t matter who’s in power. Sorry this is the “positive take on things.”

    Saludos,

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where we put in our protest vote for Trump and hope no one tries to burn down our house as a result.

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    1. Kim: That aspect of mail-in voting had occurred to me too, that it likely will hurt the lefties more than Republicans. Let us pray so. At this moment, I see that Pennsylvania is trying to create problems for Trump, at least the Democrat officials are. Time will tell.

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  7. How its done: https://www.projectveritas.com/news/texas-ballot-chaser-pressures-voter-to-change-vote-from-cornyn-to-hegar/

    So yesterday, a knock came on our door. My wife looked out, she hesitated and finally opened the door. There was a seedy looking black man. He asked for me by name. She said, “What do you want?” He said he wanted to know if President Trump could count on me for my vote. My wife said that we are not political people, and she closed the door. Then she called the other two English-speaking people on our street and warned them. He hit all of the houses on the street, but all the others are illegals. What happened there, God only knows.

    Lets see whose house gets burned tomorrow.

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    1. Thirsty: Yes, but perhaps I should have altered my prediction a tad to say the Democrats will steal the election or at least give it their best shot, which is what they are doing. May they fail miserably.

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  8. It seems as if Scott Adams also read the tea leaves. It is happening just as he thought it would. It takes about an hour to go through his posts, but then again, some of us have nothing else to do.

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    1. Señor Gill: Ah, those Chinese baby makers. You sure do fly off on tangents, amigo. Better to get busy packing your bags to move to a better neighborhood. Or to Mexico.

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    2. Robert: not to be argumentative, but this kind of flies in the face of your idea that the Yuan/Renminbi will take global transaction market share from the USD. Even the Chinese worry about the safety of their money in China, never mind foreigners. Frankly, if the USD were to lose material share, I’d expect it to go to the EUR, GBP, and/or JPY first, as all of those currencies have rule of law, reasonable transparency, open courts, and already a fair amount of liquidity in the foreign exchange markets. All that said, the BIS keeps statistics on this, and the USD still accounts for something like 80% of global fx transactions.

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  9. Update on my vote for Trump, which was sent from here, registered mail so I could track it and also because I thought it might get a bit more attention, it left a postal facility in New York City this morning en route to Houston. The good thing is that Trump won Texas, so my vote, whenever it finally arrives, is moot.

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    1. Interesting that your vote was headed for Texas, a red state, but went to a blue state where it was held until after the election. Also remember the postal union endorsed Biden.

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      1. Thirsty: I would not put it past them, but they would have had to open it to see my vote. Probably did not do that. No, the problem originated in Mexico where it took 27 days to travel a distance I can drive in five hours.

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        1. Felipe: next time, get someone (or, preferably, yourself) to drive the ballot to CDMX directly. Imagine how you’d feel if your ballot were headed to either PA, MI, or WI.

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  10. And now we wait. Will the Dems pull it off? Will we see a government dominated by angry black women that hate white men? Will we see a wealth tax that will reduce us all to poverty? Will personal transportation be reduced to bicycles? How will we heat our homes without oil, gas and coal? Will rioting, looting and burning become national pastimes? Will our savings and retirement funds become public property? Will every phrase and thought be examined for racism? Will the police be reduced to controlling “the deplorables?”

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  11. Mail-in ballots. Let’s say I don’t like any presidential candidate and may like a Senate candidate. If I only voted for the Senate race and left the presidential choice blank, what’s to stop someone at the polling place from filling a presidential candidate in when my ballot is received? Shouldn’t there be a “none of the above” option?

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