James Fetzer: Democrats To Implode in 2020, Trump to Win Landslide Victory

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‘It Looks Like the Democrats Will Go Down Hard in 2020’ & Impeachment Won’t Save Them – Prof

Four reasons up front:

  1. Democrats do not have viable candidate
  2. 31 Democrats from swing states fear defeat
  3. Public is fed up with both Democrats and CNN
  4. Trump’s numbers keep climbing

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ROBERT STEELE: I keep hearing from multiple sources about three kinds of presidential initiatives that are going to rock the country in a most positive manner: economic initiatives, energy initiatives and — I have no direct knowledge but I believe this: extraterrestrial disclosure. I expect our President to win in a landslide and to make disclosure along with truth & reconciliation the twin pillars of his second term. Multiple skilled observers are now predicting the complete defeat of the Democratic Party, to the point that some experts are wondering if a new party, perhaps the Patriots Party manned by 22 million veterans as a starting point, might emerge in time for the 2022 mid-term Congressional elections.  I am on the sidelines peering through the mist, what I am sensing is EPIC positive change coming to America. If the President were  to embrace #UNRIG electoral reform now (pass the legislation in 2020 to take effect in 2021), create an Open Source Agency, and sponsor Web 3.0 as a truth ecology that cannot be censored, he would assuredly join JFK on Mount Rushmore as one of our greatest Presidents ever.

#UNRIG Shout-Out to President Donald Trump

MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT: Eradicating Fake News and False Intelligence with an Open Source Agency That Also Supports Defense, Diplomacy, Development, & Commerce (D3C) Innovation to Rebuild America and Stabilize World

Robert Steele: Open Letter to the President: Reinventing National Security – New Book

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