Why Trump Will Win 2020

Orange Halfwit Discovers the Power of Sharpie

Back in the distant days of 2016 when most people imagined that normality would more or less continue indefinitely, Hillary Clinton was running for the Presidency as the most well-qualified candidate in decades. She was running on a mix of reasonable policy and personal competence.

Unfortunately for Clinton, neither of those things mattered very much. Her luck and her judgement were both bad.

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