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Oct 20 2020

Why Voting for Trump Makes More Sense in 2020 than 2016

A lot of people will be voting for Trump in 2020 who did not vote for him in 2016. Ben Shapiro is one of them. He has three main reasons: (1) surprising some (including me), Trump has championed the conservative cause; (2) any damage his character issues might inflict has already been inflicted; and the clincher, (3) the Democratic Party has gone completely off the rails, having become dangerous in the extreme.

Regarding the personality issue, Andrea Widburg adds another defense:

[T]he same parts of Trump’s temperament that allow him, rightly, to challenge an unhinged and biased media are also what drives those tweets and fights. They’re a package deal.

Whether Trump has hurt the GOP among minorities is doubtful, despite the media shrieking for years (without justification) that he is a racist.

The bottom line is that even those who don’t like Trump have no choice but to vote for him if they do like living in a country recognizable as America.

On a tip from Ellen O.


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One Response to “Why Voting for Trump Makes More Sense in 2020 than 2016”

  1. […] Ben Shapiro isn’t the only one who did not vote for Trump in 2016 but will be doing so without hesitation in 2020. Democrats will join him, if they are willing to give credit where it is due, or if they are alarmed at the radicalism that has overwhelmed their party. Democrat Dov Hikind represented a Brooklyn district in the New York State Assembly for a generation. He makes the case: […]

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