Super Tuesday is over, and as I said a few weeks ago, March 15th is when we’ll have a good idea of who the two final candidates for president will be.
Now we know. It’s going to be Trump vs. Hillary.
Again, I need to qualify that statement by adding “unless anything unusual happens.” It’s entirely possible that before November Trump could be assassinated or that the Lizard Queen could be indicted and thrown in prison. Neither of these things are likely, but in this insane era of the collapsing West in which we find ourselves, they’re actually possible. Outside of something really weird like that, in the general election it’s going to be the Lizard Queen vs. Trump, two of the most hated people in the United States.
On the Republican side, something exciting has happened that virtually no one has picked up on. Robot Rubio got his ass kicked and bailed out of the race. Rubio was the elites’ candidate of choice, just like Jeb Bush before him…and now he’s gone. There are no establishment candidates left. It’s true that John Kasich is still around, but it’s mathematically impossible for him to win the nomination. That means it’s either Trump or Cruz, both of whom the elites despise.
This means that for the first time in my lifetime, the elites did not get their presidential candidate for one of the two ruling parties. This is significant. I never thought I would see this happen. While America and the West is still screwed in the long-term (since its problems are beyond the ability of any president to solve now), this is a brief crack of sunlight that’s quite refreshing. The plurality of Republican voters actually told the elites to fuck off, and the establishment is now on the retreat. I’m amazed. Well done, guys.
That’s the Republicans. Did the Democrats tell the elites to go to hell?
Nope. They embraced the elite’s choice, the Lizard Queen, with open arms on Tuesday, slurped her slimy Kool-Aid with big sloppy smiles, and asked for seconds. Bernie got his ass handed to him, just like I said he would all along. As I keep saying, Bernie Sanders is the left-wing Ron Paul, which means he’ll get a lot of young white people really excited for a few months and then lose.
Is it mathematically possible he could still win? Yes. Is it likely at all? No. He’d not only have to win every state from now until June, but he’d have to win every state by a lot to get the proportional delegates he needs to even tie with Lizard Face. Nice fantasy but it’s not gonna happen. So he’s out.
Hillary vs. Trump…who wins?
I’m going to stick with my guess from over a year ago, which has never changed, and say that Hillary will be our next president. That’s not a prediction, that’s a guess, because since the Age of Obama the American voter has become so psychotic and schizophrenic that it’s impossible to predict these things like you were once able to. Because of the new demographics (women, single mothers, young people, blacks, Hispanics, Asians, gays, beta males, etc) America is a left-wing country now, and I can’t see most Americans voting for a brazen, nationalist, perceived racist, right-wing billionaire who openly brags about his wealth and his cock. On top of that, the entire establishment of both parties plus the media is arrayed against him.
He’ll make a decent showing but he won’t win (unless something unusual happens). So the establishment may have a black eye for the moment, but they’ll still get their man eventually, as they always do (in this case, the man will be a lizard woman). Also, as I’ve analyzed before, I don’t see a scenario where the US will ever have a Republican president again. We’ve permanently shifted too far to the left, and that shift is accelerating, not decreasing.
Not that I’ll be voting. But it’s fun to watch.