Some Election Math Police Edition

I’ve always known how to count

Tip O’Neill

I keep getting a lot of flack for predicting that Donald Trump will win re-election. Let me give you a little bit of thinking math.

As Byron Preston notes there are over 700,000 law enforcement agents in the US. That doesn’t count retired members.

The Democrats in general and Joe Biden in particular have thrown cops under the bus

These people have children, grandchildren and friends who know the risks they take every day.

These groups have made their preferences known, not only has the The National Association of Police Organizations endorsed Donald Trump but now police organizations, more than 100 of them, are refusing to supply officers to protect the shrunk down Democrat Convention

And you expect me to be spooked by MSM & University polls?

2 thoughts on “Some Election Math Police Edition

  1. Anyone that has seen the polls putting Biden over Trump and doesn’t immediately think, “Where have I seen this before? Oh, yeah! 2016!”, is either liar or someone with an IQ lower than my scrotum.

  2. At this point in the election cycle, polls are meant to sway public opinion rather than gauge it. Keep in mind who is doing the poll and what they are hoping to accomplish with it.

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