If you think the battle between Coastal liberal populations and Rural Conservatives is bad now — it is only going to get worse.
Every year the conservative rural interior of America will have more power, and the areas of America where the population lives — will have less power.
- By 2040, the Senate will probably NOT REPRESENT THE AMERICA PEOPLE to a shocking degree.
- American presidents like Trump, who are super extreme compared to the average America — WILL BECOME THE NORM.
- Extremists who have opinions out of touch with most of America — WILL ROUTINELY be appointed to the Supreme Court.
Here is what they mean. Everyone in BLUE WILL NOT HAVE THEIR VOTE COUNT , and everyone in GRAY WILL DECIDE EVERYTHING.
Conservatives have admitted that they are dependent on Old, Non Diverse populations for elections now — and that this trend will only increase.
It’s becoming younger, more diverse, more urban, more secular, and better educated. These trends show no sign of reversal and portend ominously for today’s GOP, which depends heavily on older, white, rural, working-class, religious voters.
The projections of America in the future — are accurate because we can see America moving in that direction NOW.
CURRENTLY ALMOST HALF OF AMERICA IS HEAVILY INFLUENCED BY OLDER VOTERS AND HAVE NO IMMIGRANTS LIVING AMONGST THEM.
Currently — HALF OF AMERICA is controlled by older voters, and has no immigrants living in their communities. These places almost ALL VOTED FOR TRUMP in 2016.
Washington, New Mexico, Oregon, Minnesota — or 4 states out of 18 states bucked the trend of being old, and devoid of immigrants and voting for Trump in 2016.
Meaning there clearly is a strong pattern HERE.
ALMOST ALL of the low population America states that will control the future of America — ALL VOTED FOR TRUMP in 2016.
And if you are thinking that the states that have a big population will definitally vote democrat — think again:
Texas became majority-minority in 2004, and whites today are just 43 percent of its population. Yet Democrats haven’t carried the state since 1976. This speaks not only to the conservative worldview of the state’s white electorate but also to the relative independence of its Hispanics. Romney won 27 percent of Hispanics nationally in 2012; there was no exit poll of Texas, but multiple private surveys showed him taking nearly 40 percent of Hispanics there.
It’s a similar story in Florida, the nation’s biggest battleground. After it spent 60 years teetering between parties, Democrats hoped its bulging Hispanic population would tip the scales. But it hasn’t, thanks to the conservative Cuban vote. Romney won 39 percent of Florida Hispanics, exit polls showed.
The toxic anger that defines Trumpism — a rage at America’s cultural and economic elites in both political parties as well as at minorities and immigrants — will only grow darker and fiercer once its namesake leaves office, no matter how he does so.
But these radicals are not some aberrational fringe. The swath of America that has now been reinvigorated and empowered by landing a tribune in the White House for the first time is a permanent mass movement that has remained stable in size and fixed in its beliefs for more than half a century.
Senate and President voting are more aligned.
Senate elections increasingly match party of state's presidential vote
The results of U.S. Senate elections increasingly are aligned with states' party preferences in presidential elections…
UPDATE: Democratic leaders in debate could not answer the question of how you rule if the Senate stays red (exactly what Ornstein) was talking about.
THERE IS NO REAL PLAN TO DEAL WITH THIS — EVEN YOUR BEST LEADERS
Leading Democratic presidential candidates rely on mere faith that the House and Senate will be under Democratic control after the 2020 elections, as evidenced by the June 26–27, 2019 presidential debates.