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Trump will be way ahead in PA when the polls close - expect him to declare victory

He could be 10 to 20 points ahead when the polls close because the reported tally will include mostly in person voting.

Trouble ahead...

As Election Day nears, Trump ponders the prospect of defeat

Trailing in the polls and with little time left to change the trajectory or closing themes of the presidential race, President Donald Trump has spent the final days of the campaign complaining that the coronavirus crisis is getting too much coverage - and openly musing about losing.

Trump has publicly lamented about what a loss would mean, spoken longingly of riding off into the sunset and made unsubstantiated claims that voter fraud could cost him the election. He has sarcastically threatened to fire state officials if he doesn't win and excoriated his rival Joe Biden as someone it would be particularly embarrassing to lose to.

"If I lose, I will have lost to the worst candidate, the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics," Trump said at an Oct. 17 campaign rally in Janesville, Wis. "If I lose, what do I do? I'd rather run against somebody who's extraordinarily talented, at least, this way I can go and lead my life."

The president, who said at the same rally that "we're not going to lose, we're going to win," has certainly not abandoned his showman's approach to the campaign trail. But his unscripted remarks bemoaning a potential loss - and preemptively explaining why he might suffer one - offer a window into his mind-set as he barnstorms the country in an attempt to keep himself from becoming the one thing he so derisively despises: a loser.

Trump has told rallygoers he had the presidential race won until the pandemic hit, and he has accused media outlets of focusing on the ongoing health crisis to hurt him politically.

https://www.chron.com/news/article/As-Election-Day-nears-Trump-ponders-the-prospect-15684509.php

Total Early Votes: 80,339,247 In-Person Votes: 28,241,685 Mail Ballots Returned: 52,097,562

https://electproject.github.io/Early-Vote-2020G/index.html

Total Early Votes: 78,810,318 In-Person Votes: 27,507,817 Mail Ballots Returned: 51,302,501

https://electproject.github.io/Early-Vote-2020G/index.html

undecided voters are not breaking to Trump

https://www.wsj.com/video/wsjnbc-survey-shows-no-swing-to-trump-among-wavering-voters/DBDA095F-2A51-497B-9BF0-10C77410FE10.html?mod=trending_now_video_pos1

Texas man's VERY gruesome Halloween display prompted visits by police

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8888107/Gruesome-Halloween-display-prompts-multiple-police-visits.html

Moment panicked cops show up at Texas man's Halloween house of horrors after reports of someone killed by chainsaw, a wheelbarrow full of severed limbs and a body bag dumped on the blood-soaked lawn
Artist Steven Novak created the gruesome crime scene using fake blood
The masterpiece features a man killed by a chainsaw and a 'body bag'
Display has prompted multiple visits by police following complaints from locals

An artist's bloody Halloween masterpiece has caught the attention of his neighbors - and even local cops - in Dallas.

Homeowner Steven Novak used nearly two dozen gallons of fake blood to create the gory fake crime scene featuring four 'dead bodies' on a blood-soaked yard in Texas.

The masterpiece features a man killed by a chainsaw and a 'body bag'.

The gruesome display has prompted multiple visits by police following complaints from locals, although the officers reportedly described the scene as 'cool'.

An artist's bloody Halloween masterpiece has caught the attention of his neighbors - and even local cops in Dallas. The masterpiece features a man killed by a chainsaw and a 'body bag' +7
An artist's bloody Halloween masterpiece has caught the attention of his neighbors - and even local cops in Dallas. The masterpiece features a man killed by a chainsaw and a 'body bag'







why we say BLM

happened in 2017 but trial just beginning this week

A disturbing video showing a Calgary police officer slamming a handcuffed woman into the ground face-first has been released by a judge at the constable's trial.

Const. Alex Dunn is on trial on a charge of assault causing bodily harm stemming from an arrest in 2017.

Dalia Kafi, who is Black and was 26 years old at the time, had been arrested on the accusation she breached a court-ordered curfew. She was at the CPS arrest processing unit when she was taken to the ground in what one 30-year officer says was the "worst use of force" he'd ever seen.

Kafi, whose head can be seen bouncing off the concrete floor, needed surgery for a broken nose and stitches in her lip.

On Monday, provincial court Judge Michelle Christopher agreed to release the video exhibit to members of the media, including CBC News.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/calgary-police-alex-dunn-assault-trial-video-1.5777524

https://twitter.com/ColoradoDavidSu/status/1321653559834783744

https://twitter.com/sharon8numbers/status/1321671794043084801

Election countdown clock..122 hours!!

https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/election?p0=263&iso=20201103T00&msg=2020%20US%20Presidential%20Election

Tweet that will make Jared.cry "ouch"

https://twitter.com/donwinslow/status/1321567777107292160?s=19

Trump laments that he has to run around begging for votes

https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/28/politics/trump-election-2020-insults/index.html


President Donald Trump is ending his reelection bid in a frenzied cross-country push for votes in states he won -- some handily -- four years ago. But he is not pretending to be happy about it.

"It wasn't even going to be like we had an election," Trump said on a rain-drenched tarmac in Lansing, Michigan, on Tuesday, lamenting that the coronavirus had imperiled his political prospects and, in his telling, forced him to return to the cold grind and meteorological mishaps of the campaign trail.

"I probably wouldn't be standing out here in the freezing rain with you," he told a crowd of hearty souls who had been standing for hours in persistent drizzle to hear him speak. "I'd be home in the White House, doing whatever the hell I was doing. I wouldn't be out here."

As he barnstorms the country in seek of electoral votes, Trump is hoping to out-hustle his rival in the places he claims have been long ignored by the political class. But he has also been explicit that he would likely be ignoring them, too, unless they provided him political fuel.
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