Donald Trump is on track to win re-election. Forget the polls from CNN. Forget what the liberal media is doling out with their suppression coverage. As of right now, Trump is going to win. He’s the incumbent with a booming economy and a weak 2020 Democratic field. It’s also a field that is pushing a radical left-wing agenda that even has ardent liberals a bit worried. Health care for illegal aliens and forced Medicare for All are some of the top issues being peddled by Democrats. They’re also positions that are incredibly unpopular. Medicare for All will result in the destruction of 150 million private health care plans. And yes, sorry, Democrats, but you’re wrong; Americans do like their employee-based health care plans. And do you know who else is impacted by this? Labor unions. Their health care plans are also targeted. For a party that had a solid advantage in handling health care, Democrats decided in a single cycle to toss that away. Oh, and the tax increases that will come from this will be biblical. There’s no way middle-class taxes don’t go up. Liz Warren’s plan costs $52 trillion over the next ten years. If you think taxes won’t go up for everyone, then you’re on crack. And crack is whack.
The Democrats’ hatred of fracking is another issue that has battleground state voters wary of a party that is rapidly becoming a Leninist sideshow. We wrote about a General Motors worker who was worried over the 2020 Democratic agenda in that it reflects that this party does not connect with anyone who isn’t an overeducated snob. There is nothing for working people in this agenda. And the polls now show it. In Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania, Trump has higher approval ratings now than on Election Day 2016. Our friends at Twitchy had the story. And the Cook Political Report pretty much offered the same warning to Democrats, who probably won’t listen because they’re a class of folks whose brain activity is less than that of someone who is in a persistent vegetative state (via CPR):
President Trump still has solid support among his base in this region. Most Republican voters approve of the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president and large majorities approve of his approach on key national issues including more than nine in ten who approve of the way he is handling the nation’s economy. Most Republican and Republican-leaning voters (73%) also say they want President Trump to be the Republican Party’s nominee for the 2020 election while small shares of Trump voters (28%) can imagine a scenario in which he enacts a policy, or fails to enact a policy, that would result in them changing their vote choice.
Most swing voters in these states see bans on fracking, stopping detainments at the U.S. border, and Medicare-for-all as bad ideas. The poll also consistently finds that while Medicare-for-all has played a significant role in the 2020 Democratic primary debates, it is not the top health care issue for Democratic voters. Large shares of swing voters in Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin say stopping detainments at the U.S. border for people cross into the country illegally and a national Medicare-for-all plan are “bad ideas.” Swing voters are slightly more divided in their views of a ban on fracking with large shares of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin swing voters saying such a ban is a “bad idea” as do a slim majority in Michigan and half of Minnesota swing voters.
Trump job approval in Midwestern swing states (per Cook/KFF)— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) November 7, 2019
His favorability % in those same states on Election Night 2016? PA (42%), WI (35%); MN (35%); MI (39%).
Well, it seems like forced Medicare and now letting illegal aliens just run wild are viewed as “bad ideas.” That’s a real shocker. Yet, the other side of this is that in three projections by pollster Mark Zandi, Trump clinches at least 280 votes in the Electoral College. That’s the ball game. And if Democrats nominate someone who wants to take 150 million health care plans away from people, go right ahead. It’ll be a landslide win for Trump and the biggest group therapy session in history for the Left.