If you aren’t watching Inside The Numbers, you are missing out on so much information about the November 3rd Election. The show airs Monday through Friday starting at 10:00 AM. On Mondays Richard and Robert cohost What Are the Odds starting at 2:00 PM.
You can find the show at the YouTube link below:
Here is a recap of yesterday’s show:
They discussed the SCOTUS candidates. Robert Barnes did a fantastic job explaining the difference between Amy Corey Barrett (ACB) and Barbara Lagoa. He thinks Barbara Lagoa would be easily confirmed given the fact that 32 Democrats recently voted for her to be confirmed in the 11th Circuit. He described a lot of baggage that ACB carries from her upbringing in the Deep South to some of her most recent rulings.
Democrats would love ACB to be chosen because of her religious beliefs. It would put Roe v. Wade at the forefront possibly alienating Karens that want abortion to be tamed but not overturned.
Lagoa is the American dream. Comes from a middle class family and has 7 children. Democrats will have a really difficult time going after her because of the recent votes (see above) and the fact that she is a Cuban Latina. Florida would be done! It will also play well in states like AZ, TX and NV that have a high number of Hispanic voters. The press would also have a difficult time going after her given her life story of the family escaping Cuba.
Lagoa is a Catholic as well. Lagoa would allow the President to win Florida by 3 to 5 points.
The Biden +6 in the Epoch Poll is with Registered Voters. That is if all of them voted. When Likely Voters was used, it was a dead heat. Robert shared that he looks closely at counties like MaCombs and Monroe in Michigan. He was surprised that PDJT has increased his margins by a few points in each county compared to his 2016 vote share.
He also looks at Erie and Bucks in Pennsylvania. The President won Erie by 2 in 2016. He is currently up +13 in the latest poll. He lost Bucks by 2 but is currently up +2 in Bucks.
Richard said that Robert is going to be right about St. Louis county in
Minnesota. HRC won it by 12 but PDJT could win it by double digits (Duluth is located in this county).
Robert spoke about the Protestant Norwegians that are found in Wisconsin & Minnesota as well as other Battleground States in the Midwest. Other than 1960, they always vote Democrat. That is not going to be the case this time around. They are very anti war.
Robert shared that the President won the 6 Battleground States by 2 – 2.5 in 2016. He sees that number doubling in 2020. He sees PDJT winning it by 5. This is all based on the voter enthusiasm gap between our President and SleepyCreepy Joe. More than half of SleepyCreepy Joe’s voters are voting for him because they hate our President. Over 80%+ of the President’s voters are voting for him because they want to.
The extremely enthusiastic gap is +8 for PDJT.
Many of those anti Trump voters will not vote. Larry Schweikart is going to be proven right about the youth vote. They bought only see it being 14% of the electorate not the 30%+ that the BS polls are saying.
Both don’t see more than 137 to 145 million people voting which would increase from 2016 based on normal expansion due to more people reaching 18 and fewer people dying over those 4 years. That is not good for SleepyCreepy Joe.
Coronavirus as a top issue is continuing to go down with each passing day. That is terrible for SleepyCreepy Joe because they will all vote for him.
The death of RBG will damage Coronavirus because it will consume the news and people’s attention.
Robert believes a lot of people are banking their vote with someone else fearing telling the pollster their true intentions. They will break heavily to the President. Richard confirmed that the share was BIG for the President. Six out of eight undecided will break for PDJT.
Richard believes the men vote share could equal the vote share of women this time around. Working class men are the most enthusiastic voter.
Robert Barnes says he would bet PDJT in MI, IA, WI, PA, OH, MN, AZ & FL and if they could change the election rules from counting for 2 weeks in NV, he would bet Trump especially if it is at 3:1 odds.
He also thinks Collins wins in Maine and the Republicans hold the Senate. Richard Baris says Tillis is a little vulnerable because of the Mueller fiasco. Robert is betting on Tillis in North Carolina and Ernst in Iowa. He likes the odds and will bet James in Michigan. He will not be betting Gardner in Colorado or McSally in Arizona.
He likes the House flipping at 3:1 odds. He will be doing more research on the House before betting. They both talked about removing of the Green candidate in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania that will actually hurt down ballot Democrats because the Green voter will not show up to vote.
THIS IS FROM ME:
They discussed the mail in ballots and their concerns about ballot harvesting and ballot stuffing.
The problem for the Democrats is the fact that all 4 states MN, MI, PA and WI will NOT mail ballots to all registered voters. You have to apply either online or by mail to get a ballot. Big difference compared to NV, VT, NJ, CA and the 5 states that vote by mail. Here is the process in all 4 states:
Since writing this their have been court decisions in PA, MI and WI extending the counting of votes. However the procedures throughout the thread remain the same.
SleepyCreepy Joe has a Pennsylvania problem that is only getting worse with each passing day!
Things are also looking good in Arizona! Republicans are extending their registration marigin in the the county that will decide the state. We now have ~+5 lead on registered voters.
We ABSOLUTELY will have the votes to confirm our President’s Supreme Court nominee! Corey Gardner from Colorado dropped a MOAB on the head of Democrats, MSM, Leftists, Never Trumpers etc. with the following tweet:
From the article linked above:
Sen. Cory Gardner, Colorado Republican, said Monday he would vote to confirm a “qualified nominee” for the Supreme Court who upholds the Constitution, giving Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell another vote in favor of filling the vacancy.
[…] Mr. Gardner, locked in a tight reelection bid against former Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, represents a critical vote in the GOP push to approve a nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at 87 of pancreatic cancer.
[…] Mr. McConnell would need 50 of the Senate’s 53 Republicans, with Vice President Mike Pence as a tie-breaker, to vote for President Trump’s nominee to the high court. Mr. Trump is expected to name his pick by the end of the week.
So far only two Republican senators, Connecticut’s Susan Collins and Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski, have said they will not vote to confirm a nominee before the Nov. 3 election.
Cocaine Mitch is absolutely loving life!
I absolutely LOVE their MONSTER! Not only are they scaring the Karens to death, they are allowing Republicans in the Senate to grow a spin.
Iran is getting pounded by our President and his administration on a daily basis!
From the article linked above:
The Trump administration on Monday announced an unprecedented set of new sanctions on Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile sectors.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was joined at the State Department by top Trump administration officials as they announced the new measures, which target Iran’s proliferation of nuclear materials used to feed its atomic weapons program. The sanctions also seek to restrain Iran’s contested ballistic missile program, which has progressed in tandem with its nuclear program as the country seeks to construct a weapon capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
The most far-reaching sanctions will target Iran’s Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics agency, as well as its leaders, for exporting arms to Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro, who also was targeted by the new sanctions. The measures are aimed at stopping Iran from exporting arms across the globe, including to regional hotspots such as Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq.
[…] Additionally, the Department of Commerce on Monday added five Iranian nationals to its “entity list for nuclear-related activities,” which prevents them from importing materials that could aid the country’s nuclear program.
Enthusiasm can also be measured by the small donors that give their hard earned money to our President’s reelection campaign.
From the article linked above:
The Republican Party shattered its previous fundraising record by hauling in $67.6 million in August 2020.
The Washington Examiner reported that the $67.6 million represents “nearly four times what the party did in the previous four Augusts combined.”
Moreover, it puts the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) total for the current campaign cycle at $1.3 billion.
[…] She then spoke to how the money will be used for Trump and other Republicans. “From now until Election Day, our unparalleled infrastructure, battle-tested Get Out The Vote operation, and historic grassroots army will work each and every day to reelect President Trump and Republicans up and down the ballot,” she said
The grassroots aspects of RNC campaign are already in full swing:
The following three cities are about to realize that by allowing their MONSTER to roam free will have severe consequences:
Yesterday our President started his day by phoning into Fox & Friends for an interview.
Here are some shorter video clips:
Yesterday as our President departed the White House for dual campaign stops in Ohio, he stopped to make remarks and take questions from the press pool.
[Video and Transcript Below]
Another two great rallies in Ohio yesterday. Here is a video recap from both:
Rally Number 2:
For the 6th consecutive day, our President’s approval rating is above 50% according to the Rasmussen Poll.