I can’t express the joy I get watching Leftists simply lose it these days. And they have many reasons to feel this way.
Leftists will use any excuse to justify their fears. And that’s what Bill Maher did recently.
On his show, Maher cited what he called “frightening” finds from electoral analyst Nate Silver. According to Silver, if Biden wins the popular vote by less than 1 percent, he’ll have only a “6 percent chance” of becoming president through the electoral college.
So in the event of a close national vote, Maher and other Leftists want to have something to complain about, should Biden win the popular vote. Don’t worry; he won’t win either the popular vote or the electoral vote.
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Still, Silver exlained that if Biden wins the popular vote by 1 or 2 percent, he’ll have a “22 percent chance” of being elected. A 2 to 3 percent popular vote margin gives Biden a “46 percent chance”.
“So he could win by 3 percent and he still has less than half a chance of winning the election. You’ve got to get up to 5 or 6 percent before he has a 98 percent chance of winning the election. That’s a f—ed up country.”
While the country may indeed be f—ed up, it’s not for the reasons Maher thinks. What f—s up this country is the notion that anybody would seriously want Biden to be their president.
Also, what’s f—ed up is that Leftists are too stupid to understand the Electoral College.
Leftist author Jessica Yellin, a former CNN correspondent, dismissed any reason for panic among Democrats. She referenced Biden’s “unbelievably steady” polling throughout the year. According to Yellin, Biden he’s been “consistently up 6 points” against President Trump. Regarding the numbers mentioned by Silver, Yellin explained that the numbers don’t indicate the “worst-case scenario” like they did in 2016.
Wishful thinking on Yellin’s part.
Another of the panelists, Vanity Fair contributor Peter Hamby cited Trump’s weak polling among independents and women. He implied a “fundamental shifting” among voters “would take something overwhelmingly dramatic.”
“The whole ‘What about 2016?’ thing, it’s just not 2016. People have had four years of Donald Trump. A verdict has more or less been rendered since he’s taken office … and Joe Biden is just not Hillary Clinton. He’s not.”
No, Biden is no Clinton. He’s actually less than Clinton. And Maher recognized that his panelists are just not getting it.
“But what Nate Silver is seeing, it doesn’t matter. Because 5 or 6 percent is a lot in this country. That’s a big, big, big victory. And if he doesn’t get that — and races tighten at the end! You sound like the panels I used to have on right before the last election. … You guys are whistling past the graveyard.”
“People generally don’t like violence in the streets. I mean, yes, you’re right. When he says, ‘I’m the one who’s going to protect you,’ they’re not getting that. They’re not buying that. What they’re saying is ‘Joe Biden is a healer and we need healing right now.’ But this could change.”
Like America believes Biden will protect them more than Trump?
Maher knows this won’t fly. And that’s why he and millions of Leftists secretly worry about Biden’s ability to beat Trump. In fact, not long ago Maher mentioned that he was “very nervous” after the Republican National Convention.
Some Leftists are realists. And they may not see the writing on the wall. But they are indeed hearing voices.