Election Day is three days away, or less if I'm slow posting this. 538 is predicting nearly 90% chance that Biden will win. I hope that's right this time.
Trump lauds his token African Americans, as do his supporters. Ice Cube was 'persuaded' conditionally by policy promises. Yeah, right, the GOPers in Congress will be right on it.
Back to the polls. Is this a repeat of 2016 with too much confidence in the polls, and Trump pulls another upset? There is so much early voting going on and heavy turnout. It looks like it favors the Dems, right? Well, maybe not. There are some indicators that Trump is doing well. Higher new voter registrations for Trump. Major GOP turnout too. Polling showing support for Dems weakening among black and Latino folks. A Rasmussen poll had black folks supporting Trump 31% of the time. I hope it's as inaccurate as other Rasmussen polls. Trafalgar is predicting a Trump victory, like they did in 2016. However, 2016 was a lesson to 2020, and I don't think people will be staying home with overconfidence.
And since it's now almost two weeks after Election Day, I'll rush in the rest of my pre-election links.
Dems weren't the angels they should have been about Hunter Biden. Oh pleeeze, give me a break.
And that was it. Publish!