Voter turnout is massive. You don’t get massive turnout like this to vote for the status quo. If Hillary wins, it will only be by equally massive election fraud. As Stalin said:
“I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.”
Poll results are based on the theory that white turnout will be about the same as it was when both parties supported the ethnic cleansing of whites from certain areas, black attacks on whites on the basis of race, and the continual denigration and demonization of whites, and that male turnout will be about the same as it was when both parties supported rape hysteria and an epidemic of false rape accusations, the criminalization of fatherhood, the replacement of fatherhood with child support, brutal, draconian, and extraordinary methods of enforcing child support, and the systematic biased denial of credentials to males in a hostile and angry education system that is more interested in teaching them that masculinity is toxic and oppresses women than interested in genuine education.
I expect that the massive turnout reflects massively higher white voting and male voting.
Failing massive electoral fraud, expect a last gasp effort to deny him office by means of the electoral college, followed by a widespread government policy of paying even less attention to president Trump than they have been paying to president Obama.
Normally I recommend and practice non participation in democratic politics. It is a spectacle and a delusion. But this is the Flight 93 election. Vote early, vote often, and should opportunity permit it to be done safely, physically attack likely Hillary voters near polling booths.
Normally in an election, there is not much at stake, so peace is better than war. In this election, too much is at stake for anyone, left or right, to accept the decision of a majority of the voters. The election will not immediately lead to civil war, regardless of fraud or outcome, the time is not quite yet, but it will move us markedly closer to the time for war. The stakes get higher every election. The results of this election, and probably all future US elections, will not be quietly and routinely accepted by the losing side.
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