A Two-Pronged Attack for 2020

Posted on April 2, 2019 by Robert Ringer


A Donald Trump victory in 2020, while no sure thing, is a lot easier, and far more simple, than media pundits would like us to believe.  Regardless of who carries the Democratic mantle in 2020, Trump’s path to victory is pretty straightforward.

The long and short of it is that Trump can afford to lose 34 of the 304 electoral votes he garnered in 2016, which would still leave him with the 270 votes needed for victory in 2020.  Assuming he wins every other state that he won in 2016, he could afford to lose Ohio (18), Michigan (16), or Pennsylvania (20) and still win reelection.  That’s or, not and. 

If he wins Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, he could afford to lose a couple of states he won in 2016 by slim margins, such as Arizona (11), where he won by 3.5%, Wisconsin (10), where he won by 1.8%, and even North Carolina (15), where he won by 3.7%.  Given that Scott Walker lost his bid for a third term as governor of Wisconsin, coupled with the fact that Trump only won that state by a slim 1.8% margin, Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes could very well be lost to the Dirty Dems in 2020.  Arizona and North Carolina, however, are relatively safe.

In addition, Trump has a shot at winning Minnesota’s 10 electoral votes and Nevada’s six votes, both of which he lost by small margins in 2016 (1.6% and 2.4%, respectively).  Even Virginia, with 13 electoral votes, could be in play, thanks to Ralph Northam’s embarrassing penchant for the Ku Klux Klan and infanticide, but right now that’s still a longshot.

The most important state Trump has to win is Florida (29 votes), which he carried by only 1.2% in 2016.  Losing Florida plus any other state with six or more electoral votes would mathematically eliminate him and most likely bring an end to the United States of America as we know it.

I should also mention that because Bonehead Beto came within a couple of points of beating heavily favored Ted Cruz for the open senate seat in Texas, many Republicans are nervous about the possibility that the Democrats could turn the state blue and pick off its 38 electoral votes.  That, of course, would be a signal that it’s time for you to move your assets and your family out of the country — posthaste.  The good news is that the possibility of Trump losing Texas is remote.

Keeping all of the above in mind, I would urge Trump’s advisors to lay out a two-pronged strategy between now and election day, as follows:

First, President Trump should spend 85 percent of his campaigning time in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Florida, and 10 percent of his time in North Carolina, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arizona, Nevada, and Texas (the latter as an insurance policy).  In addition, he should at least test the waters in Virginia to see if an upset might be possible.

Second, he should completely ignore the shouting, screaming, insults, and demands that will be coming at him from the Radical Left.  Rudy Giuliani, Jay Sekulow, and other high-level Trump advisors should follow the Dirty Dems’ lead and resist turning over any information whatsoever to Shifty Schiff’s and Nebbish Nadler’s investigative committees.  Trump and his attorneys/advisors should refuse to cooperate with them in any way or in any other witch hunt investigations that arise.

When the Dirty Dems dig up imaginary new crimes in the Mueller report or in their own bogus investigations — which they are sure to do — the best response to their accusations and threats is no response at all.  Trump only needs to stall for 19 months, at which time Republicans will hopefully take back the House and the Dirty Dems can go back to crying about how unfairly the majority treats them.

Nothing in life is 100 percent guaranteed, but stalling, ignoring, and focusing on Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Florida is the surest path to defeating public enemy No. 1 — the Democratic Party.  Another 14 years of Trump, then Pence, and the Democratic Party could be reduced to a permanent underground revolutionary force.  I don’t mean that figurately; I mean it literally.

Whether or not it gets to that point depends almost entirely on Republicans, starting with Donald Trump, then Mike Pence.  The Democrats will do their part to make it happen, guaranteed.  The only question is whether Republicans have finally learned their lesson and are fully prepared to bury the anti-life, anti-freedom, anti-American Democratic Party once and for all.

Robert Ringer

Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.

7 responses to “A Two-Pronged Attack for 2020”

  1. JurassicRick says:

    Formerly, "Rick G.".

    I'm for burying the Radic-Lib Democrapic Party right here and now, and forever. I have had it with the whole bunch of loser deadbeats. Sick and tired of looking at their pitifully ugly faces and hearing them whining, crying, and running their yaps. They are worthless. The only thing they are "good" for is noise making and taking up space. Enough is enough! Anyone care to join me?

    Trump-Pence in 2020

  2. JurassicRick says:

    Where is the DemocraTic Party the way it used to be in the pre-1968 years, the party my mom and pop were members of? That was a party that was indeed a respectable party, a party of America's great working class. We had comparatively decent and good people in it, FDR, Harry Truman, Adlai Stevenson, John Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey, Ed Muskie, Henry "Scoop" Jackson, just to name a few. They were patriotic, pro-American, anti-Commie, pro-strong military and national defense, pro-labor, anti-abortion, in favor of lower taxing and cutting taxes, They can keep their damn no-win Vietnam War though! Looks like those days are gone for good. The party has ever since 1968 been held hostage and placed in permanent captivity by the so-called "New Democratics", George McGovern, Eugene McCarthy, Michael Dukakis, Jimmy Carter, the Clintons, B. Hussein Obama, the whole parade of Looney Tunes characters running in 2020, et al. What a shame! What a cryin' shame!

  3. JF1017 says:

    Florida in 2020 will be a tough nut to crack, as the state now allows felons to vote. Between the ex-cons, the illegals and the New York transplants, that state is destined to be blue.

  4. Charles_Moeller says:

    Nice guidelines, Robert!
    Hope someone up there hears you.

  5. Ivan says:

    I suggest RR as one of Trumps campaign advisors for the 2020 election.

  6. neilmdunn says:

    Also in Florida, in 2018 over 50,000 Puerto Rico citizens have come to Florida. Vote Democrat?

    I have seen Brad Parscale, Trump's campaign manager, on tv a couple of times recently and he appears very confident. None the less, I am still very worried.

  7. Mr Domain says:

    I am quite confident that Donald Trump will win in 2020.Honestly I support him.