OPINION by: Duncan Smith-
As we reported earlier, another group of Trump-hating RINOs has formed a political action committee to help get the hapless Joe Biden elected.
They may be wasting their time — and other peoples’ money — according to a professor who accurately predicted President Trump’s victory in 2016.
When everyone, including Trump-hating RINOs, were betting on Hillary.
The New American reports:
Stony Brook University political science professor Helmut Norpoth appeared on Lou Dobbs Tonight on Friday, predicting that President Donald Trump has a 91 percent chance of winning reelection in November.
On June 20 he told the New York Post: ‘I don’t remember any uncontested campaign for a sitting president like this. People don’t normally turn out in large numbers for a race without a challenger.’ But in 23 of the 27 states that held primaries this year the president has racked up higher totals than President Obama did — often doubling or tripling his numbers.
For example, in Michigan’s March primary, Trump won 639,144 votes, vastly outnumbering the 174,054 votes that Obama received in 2012. In Ohio Trump secured 713,546 votes, more than twice Obama’s 285,990 votes he gained in 2012.
In Wisconsin, Trump won the primary with 616,705 votes, compared to the 293,914 Obama won in 2012. In Rhode Island, Trump secured 19,006 votes versus the 6,749 Obama won in 2012. In Georgia, Trump ran away with 925,212 votes compared to the 139,273 votes Obama won in 2012.
“If you can get people to come out for a primary that isn’t even a contest, you have them hooked…. It’s that stronger performance in primaries that gives Donald Trump the edge in November,” Norpoth said.
And we’re betting that, based on our enthusiasm and that seen by Norpoth, there are tens of millions more like us.
This article originally appeared at The National Sentinel and was republished with permission.
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