Rush Limbaugh made this prediction about 2020 that will leave you speechless

Much of the focus of the media’s coverage of Donald Trump centers around the President’s re-election prospects.

But, just like in 2016, the mainstream media is getting the whole story wrong.

Now Rush Limbaugh made this prediction about 2020 that will leave you speechless.

The media frame of the 2020 election focuses on the poll numbers to these questions:

What is Donald Trump’s approval rating?

How does President Trump stack up against Democrats in hypothetical 2020 matchups?

Rush Limbaugh says these are the wrong questions to ask.

The top-rated conservative talk show host noted that the left fired every bullet they had at Donald Trump, and the American people think they went overboard.

Limbaugh claims that, thanks to their anti-Trump sentiment, President Trump is already re-elected.

Breitbart reports:

The point is in their minds, they set their sights on somebody, and they’re able to take them out,” Limbaugh said. “They set their sights on Donald Trump in 2015. They’ve launched everything they’ve got. They’ve launched every weapon in their arsenal. It has bombed out, blown up in their faces. I think they’re deranged, delusion and bordering on maybe even clinical insanity here.”

With that in mind, Limbaugh said it was his view Trump was “already reelected.”

“I think Trump is already reelected,” Limbaugh said. “I don’t want to make too big a deal about this right now. I think these people have gone so far overboard and they’re unaware of it. There’s a story in the stack about Trump supporters in Seattle coming out now. There’s a story about how ANTIFA is bombing out in Portland. People are finally starting to see who ANTIFA is. When you see a story about Trump supporters surfacing and coming out in Seattle, I think there is – Megan Rapinoe did an interview. Come to find out, her whole family loves Trump. She is the only member of her family that doesn’t, and she’s mad as her Trump was criticizing her, her father continued to love Trump.”

While the 2020 elections are a little more than 14 months away, there are trends Americans can look at to see which way the election will turn out.

And Rush Limbaugh noted some of the “beneath the surface” data points that indicate the President will secure re-election.


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71 Responses

  1. Sissybrat says:

    Elmer Fudd how old are you??? 10, 8, ??? You sure talk like a little kid. Anyone that uses Elmer Fudd for a social media name is just plain stupid. Why don’t you go find a Libetard
    site and converse with those idiots. We are tired of your yada yada yada….you make no sense and act just like the cartoon your impersonating. You probably look like Elmer a little fat nobody

  2. saveour country says:

    If you love our country, if you are better than you were in 2016, if you have money to spend because of the tax break, if you have food on the table, then you must vote for Trump 2020, we must take back the house and keep the senate. WE cannot allow any democrat to take control of America.

  3. Don Juan says:

    What is going to happen in November 2020 is this. When the voters go to their local precincts and they are about to cast their vote for president of the United States, that is when they will pause for a moment and really think about who the best choice will be. Many of them may be against Trump, but in the grand scheme of things, they will realize that Trump is the best choice. Most people know that the Democrats have absolutely nothing to run on. Zippo. Nada. Nothing. Most people know that the Democrats will only bring our country down to its knees with misery and chaos. This is the reason why Trump will be reelected and probably by a landslide . And you can take that straight to the bank.

    • Rita says:

      You got that 1000% right! The left have Fallen off “THE LEFT” side of the country!
      I hope they ALL move to California!!

  4. Elmer Fudd says:

    Can’t we just have a laugh for one day in ate life’s.
    Breaking news from FOX NEWS Asian flight 101 just crashed.Fox releases pilots names
    2- WE TOU LOW
    3- HO LI FUK
    4- SOM. YONG GUY

  5. Joseph H. Kempf says:

    AMEN, “mihtd51,” AMEN!

  6. Gregory Sullivan says:

    If there was a website that says “Democrats For Criminals” it would be more believable than “Democrats For Life” or an address that calls for donations to the above. Mr. Murti, your are barking up the wrong tree by being a two bit liberal who is supposedly pro-life which is pretty much non-existent in the Democratic party.

    • Jack Handy says:

      Vasu = Totally ‘INDOCTRINATED” . & ‘insists’
      upon ‘infiltrating’ this site. To NO AVAIL.
      >NEEDS To GO BACK to ‘Heritage homeland’
      & Help ‘Them’, BUT he, Vasu IS TOO ‘Selfish’
      & ‘cowardly’ To do So. ‘Life Is GOOD In USA’ .

  7. Just Me says:

    Our country needs another 4 years of Trump with a republican majority in both houses of Congress. Also with an effective House Speaker and Senate Majority Leader. Not a wimp like Paul Ryan.

    Just remember that even the early exit polls in the 2016 election had Hillary winning by a large majority.

    • Alaska Woman says:

      Every day Trump is in office, America become more Fascist. He is a legally-documented racist. He is also a habitual lawbreaker.

      • BDnSC says:

        “A legally documented racist”?
        LOL! Then why has he done more to improve the lives and financial welfare of Blacks, women, and legal Latinos than any other president ever?
        You prove Rush’s point and you’re to blinded by hate to even see it.
        You are just one more miserable human being that blames your own misery on everyone but yourself.

      • Lynne Chambers says:

        Name one racist thing he has done. Not what CNN says in sound bites, but legitimately that he has done. The proof is in the pudding as my mom used to say. He’s proven his help for Blacks, legal immigration, women, unborn children. Hmm where is the racism again.

  8. Jonathan Conover says:

    I didn’t realize that Rush was a psychiatric doctor capable of determining that those who don’t support Mr Trump are borderline clinically insane. Hope it’s not those pills talking again. Guess we don’t need an election since Rushton has already declared Mr Trump the absolute winner.

    • H Lee says:

      Johnathan; I did not read the comment that way. You work for cnn? rewording everything to try to convey a different meaning? Rush’s statement doesn’t apply to the voters, as you try to suggest. You are as rotten as the rest of the democrats in rewording so as to convey a different meaning.

      • Jonathan Conover says:

        Do you mean something like “Alternative Facts”?

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        H leech. I didnt even have to read his radical post, like so many of us that are well informed we already know that anything coming out of that POS’S mouth is brain washing propaganda it’s people like you that he targets and recruits because your brains are like a 7-11 slurpee nothing but mush every time you blow your nose you lose more mush.
        Just like CHEETO MAN losing members in his party every day RUSH THE COMMIE losing listners every day he’s desperate as his popularity drops.
        I’ll drop a truth bomb COMMIE RUSH your days are numbered.????????????????????

  9. Eric says:

    I believe that lil dee trump will win reelection.I also believe the Democrats will hold the House and retake the Senate. And as a consequence of those two independent, though related, occurrences, I believe trump will jettison his supporters like a bad penny and swing to the left. My rational for this is irrefutable, since we know the only two important things in trump’s life are money and praise, neither of which will be available to him should he continue to lock horns with Congress. In this case we would likely see President Donald J Trump work with Congress to overturn anything that so called potus lil dee trump tried to force through.

    You can find fault with my belief in this scenario, and I admit it is not perfect. But you have to admit that, if my predictions about the 2020 Presidency and Congress come true, Trump is unlikely to want to spend four years tilting at windmills.

    • Roger says:

      Trump is reelected, republicans take back the house and keep control of the senate, the democrats are history!

      • Roy Sutton says:

        Then we can really get on with America reinforcing it’s position in the world and world markets. MAGA

      • Carol Eddy says:

        That does not make sense from Eric. How can you feel as strong as we do and loose the house and senate. The illegal voting has me scared……….. But, it is very close………on he senage.

        • Elmer Fudd says:

          C E. How can you be worried about illeagle voting thats how you won twice since 2000 but hey if they do uncover illeagle voting retardican party is finished

      • Billy Vincent says:

        I hope and pray you are right !!! TRUMP 2020!!! MAGA !!! KAG !!!!!

    • Marian Pronzato says:

      If he is living for praise, I haven’t seen or heard anything so far but criticism. The liberal ran media never see anything good. If they do they hide it.

    • Joseph H. Kempf says:

      Hope you’re wrong as wrong can possibly be, Eric, about the DumbocRATS retaking the House and the Senate!!! If you’re right, our country is in a world of hurt!

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        Jhk. If this aint a world full of hurt right now i don’t know what is he just gave the commies a foot hold in kentucky you ain’t seen any hurt yet but Putin now has access to america thanks to cheeto man an moscow mitch let the commie hirt begin

        • Sissybrat says:

          Elmer Fudd how old are you??? 10, 8, ??? You sure talk like a little kid. Anyone that uses Elmer Fudd for a social media name is just plain stupid. Why don’t you go find a Libetard
          site and converse with those idiots. We are tired of your yada yada yada….you make no sense and act just like the cartoon your impersonating. You probably look like Elmer a little fat nobody

    • Raffa says:

      Eric you can join the democrats with your pipe dreams. They don’t stand a chsnce.

    • Shelly says:

      I believe a majority of the dumb democrat people have seen the corruption of the democrat office and I know it’s a long shot but I hope they have enough moral character to vote for Trump and Republican

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        Shelly. Just like your post about MORAL CHARACTER dems are the only ones that have MORAL CHARACTER .
        Axes hollywood video, barging into dressing room at beauty contest too see young womens BOOBY’S, not to mention or forget roomered PEE VIDEO IN RUSSIAN HOTEL being held in Putins SAFETY VAULGHT.

    • Elmer Fudd says:


  10. Dr. J.D. says:

    Too many of the following posts are wishful thinking, not based on solid evidence. I have been reading and listening to several professionals in the field, and frankly, Rush is not one of them. One key at this point is NOT where people stand if the vote were held today – – it is too far off, too many things will happen between now and the election for that analysis to mean much.

    However, here is what means the most according to the political scientist who predicted the 40+ vote pickup by Democrats in 2018. Trump won in 2016 because Democrats did not go vote, assuming Trump would not win. While Trump has even more support among Republicans, he is very strongly disliked by Democrats and independents. Only one in three women support Trump, 63% disapprove of him. In breaking down the analysis, people are much more likely to vote AGAINST someone than FOR someone. And that is where Trump is in DEEP TROUBLE. All his attacks, such as against Jews lately, or the city of Baltimore, or against the female members of the Squad, may be liked by you guys, but they alienate a lot of females and other people. How many who loves a city Trump condemns would vote for him? They can criticize their city, but get their backs up when an outsider does..

    My prediction, Trump will lose badly in 2020 – – he has too many people who do not approve of his behavior and are angry or scared of him.

    • Rich W. says:

      My prediction is President Trump will win by the biggest margin since Reagan won 49 States! The Demos have nobody running that could possibly beat him because of all the accomplishments he has had in his two and one-half years in office!

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        R W. Election not this November.
        Election is next year November by then we’ll be in a deep RECESSION if not a DEPRESSION.
        Only help for America is to IMPEACH HIM NOW!!!!

    • snark says:

      To jd/ ‘Left ‘gun0wner’. & Time to Take a ‘test’
      Including a ‘drug test’.
      Are you hired’ by Google ?
      Careful, jd. You ARE ‘logged’ w/ E’1 else.
      >fyi: Bill Maher (much larger than you) ‘thrown under Bus’.

    • Elmer Fudd says:


    • Lynne Chambers says:

      Your biggest mis-statement is that he is against Jew. Your threw that one in for a laugh right. He completely support Israels, how is that anti-semitic? Please respond, you seem to know so much.

  11. Edward C. Olivares, Sr says:

    I believe that the Demic RATs hav e gone overboard and conv inced m ost Americans that they are unAmerican, unPtariotic, and out of their minds. they will vote impoeachment in the House, it will fail in the Senate, and that will seal the election for President Trump. The turnout by Conservatives will be so huge, that the Senate may gain enough GOP seats to ensure a;pproval for all of Trumps Judicial Appointees, and I believe that two more seats will become open for President Trump to Appoint and get Conservatives giving him 6 to 3 on all Conservative Ussies, and 7 to 2 on most issues, Roberts being the one moviong ZLeft and right based on issues. The House will also become GOP Majority but not by 2/3ds, but enough that Trump will prevail on all issues!

  12. John Bazen says:

    Hello America! Why is iot, that ALL the Democratic hopefuls are just like WATERMELONS?
    Ecological GREEN on the outside and mushy red Commies on the inside?
    Now who wants a watermelon in the White House, and go back the economy of BHO? IOf Congress at his time had a real backbone they’ would have charged him with MURDER for killing the USA economy!

  13. Debbie says:

    GOOD. I think President Trump is one of the best Presidents we have ever had. I hope he slams this election out of the water and he beats whomever is running against him 1 million to nothing. Go President Trump.

    • Elmer Fudd says:

      Debbie. You just admitted he’s going to lose when you said “I THINK”
      This Is how you post ” I KNOW FOR A FACT HE’S GOING TO LOSE”

  14. jreb57 says:

    What makes Trump so attractive to voters:
    1. He is not a Democrat
    2. He keeps his promises

  15. Thomas Cordell says:

    Interesting comment. No anti-life position? Why are murders up in our country? Why are suicides up in our youth? Why are folks not getting married and raising children for the next generation?
    A famous person said he came that we might have life and life more abundantly. The crowd that believes the world is overpopulated is anti life. In fact they are promoting a deathstyle for individuals as well as a civilization.

    • Elmer Fudd says:

      T. C Pro- Life means from craddle to grave and any and all policy that makes that happen call them Social programs or what ever you want but when you OPPRESS OR SUPPRESS the ability for human life to live and thrive then you are indeed PRO-DEATH YOU ARE RETADICAN YOU ARE PRO-BIRTH ONLY MEANING DON’T BECOME A CHARGE ON AMERICA OR THE FILTHY RICH.
      “Vote retardican and guarantee your premature death”

  16. Loyd says:

    The Democrats have huffed and puffed and they can’t blow Trump down, they have nothing to present to the American public.

  17. Jorge says:

    I do believe that if you are going to be “Pro life”, Then be so. If you are not going to be “Pro life” then, do not be so at all, Period.

    This going back and forth, does not make any sense. A life is a life and only the creator should be the one to decide.

  18. David Custodio says:

    Rush makes some very reassuring predictions, but I don’t think Trump is “already reelected”.

    • Connie says:

      Oh I do. Rush is right. Look at the Dems – they’re in total disarray. And every new candidate they come up with turns out to be a loser. For one reason or another.

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        Connie. Then why are 3 men coming forward to challenge cheeto man for retardican potus not because disarray amongst dems but the UPHEAVAL and DISARRAY in retardican party.
        I can’t ever think of any incumbent potus ever having a challenger from with in they’er own party just another record for THE ORANGE ORANGUTANG MONSTER!!!!????????????????????????????

  19. Gregory Sullivan says:

    Mr. Murti:
    Why are a member of a party who supports abortion on demand as you’ll never convince them to think otherwise. This is like a member of the triple K who supports the “Black Lives Matter” cause.

  20. Vasu Murti says:

    In 1991, when I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area from conservative San Diego, my friend from college, Chris Hull (attending grad school at UC Berkeley) told me my pro-life views probably wouldn’t be accepted here.

    I countered that there are *liberal* pro-life groups, like Feminists For Life.

    Chris reacted with disbelief, mimicking Richard Nixon leaving the White House in disgrace in 1974, his hands outstretched, giving the “V-for-Victory” sign… as if by referring to pro-life liberals I was describing some nonexistent “silent majority.”

    In early 1992, I contacted Feminists For Life, and told them I’m into animal rights and pro-life feminism. Feminists For Life gave me contact information for SF Bay Area residents Rose Evans and Ruth Enero.

    I was told Rose Evans, editor and publisher of Harmony: Voices for a Just Future, a “consistent-ethic” periodical on the religious left, is supportive of animal issues.

    Rose sent me back issues of Harmony, and some pro-life liberal bumper stickers. When I asked her about the Seamless Garment Network, referred to throughout Harmony, she explained:

    The Seamless Garment Network (SGN) is a coalition of peace and justice organizations on the religious left. The SGN takes a stand against war, abortion, poverty, racism, the arms race, the death penalty and euthanasia. Animal rights, like ecology, nuclear power, gun control, or the drug war, is a topic of serious discussion among SGN members. His Holiness the Dalai Lama has signed the SGN Mission Statement.

    “We are committed to the protection of life, which is threatened in today’s world by war, abortion, poverty, racism, the arms race, the death penalty and euthanasia.

    “We believe these issues are linked under a consistent ethic of life. We challenge those working on all or some of these issues to maintain a cooperative spirit of peace, reconciliation, and respect in protecting the unprotected.”

    When I attended a pro-life meeting in Pleasanton, CA, I was surrounded by conservatives. They reacted with mild skepticism when I said I see many parallels between animal rights and prenatal rights (thoroughly documented in my 2006 book, The Liberal Case Against Abortion).

    They could tell right away that I’m a pro-life liberal. They were all praising Rush Limbaugh, who I’d never heard of before, and saying, amused, “Oh, you’d like him…”

    One woman said she was home-schooling her kids, distrustful of the public schools, and said she was pleased by Rush Limbaugh’s referring to feminists as “feminazis.”

    When I told her it’s hard to trust Bush Sr. on abortion as being genuinely pro-life as he ran for president in 1980 as a pro-choice Republican, saying he disagreed with Ronald Reagan about Roe v. Wade, etc., she replied, “I’m voting for Pat Buchanan.”

    “I couldn’t do that,” I responded, and said instead, “Jerry Brown. If he were pro-life, he’d be perfect.”

    One gentleman was a high school biology teacher and clearly a conservative. When I asked him how he deals with teaching his students evolution, he said he teaches evolution, but points out the flaws in evolutionary theory as well.

    But he said with regret that America has been on a moral decline since prayers were removed from the public schools.

    I was thinking to myself, “My God, there are actually people who hold these views!”

    As I was leaving the pro-life meeting, the woman who said she was home-schooling her kids and a friend of hers saw me near my car, adorned with pro-life liberal bumper stickers (many thanks to Rose!), and said, “Oh, we wondered whose car that was. Liberal and pro-life bumper stickers.”

    I answered, “Haven’t you heard of the Seamless Garment Network?” (even though I hadn’t heard about it myself until earlier in the year!)

    She responded, “Yes, we’ve heard of it. It was started by some leftist Cardinal. We refer to it as the ‘straightjacket network.'”

    “Seamy!” said Ruth Enero, in a phone conversation years later, saying that’s how one of her relatives referred to the SGN.

    In 1993, when I was working at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as a contract employee (fortunately, none of my work was defense-related!), my friend Terry Burt, a Vietnam veteran and a pro-choice Democrat, liked to listen to Rush Limbaugh, even though he disagreed with Rush Limbaugh on abortion… Terry Burt, apparently unaware of Atheists For Life, Democrats For Life, Feminists For Life, the Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians (PLAGAL), the SGN, etc., considered opposition to abortion to be an extremely conservative position… and couldn’t understand my identifying myself as a pro-life Democrat!

    “I have always thought it peculiar how the liberal and conservative philosophies have lined up on the abortion issue,” observed pro-life feminist Rosemary Bottcher, in the Tallahassee Democrat. “It seemed to me that liberals traditionally have cared about others and about human rights while conservatives have cared about themselves and property rights. Therefore, one would expect liberals to be defending the unborn and conservatives to be encouraging their destruction.”

    The only frustration I have with the left, therefore, is its failure to see abortion as a secular human rights issue… especially those who claim to espouse nonviolence, e.g., are antinuclear or antiwar, or support nonviolent civil disobedience.

    During the spring of 1989, for example, a huge “pro-choice” rally in Washington, DC was endorsed by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Studies in Atlanta. The abortion issue was framed solely in terms of “choice,” rather than in terms of the possible rights of the unborn, possibly violating someone else’s rights, endorsed by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Studies, etc. I found this incredibly Orwellian! It’s like many on the left have trouble seeing abortion as a secular human rights issue; seeing it as an act of violence against the unborn.

    Similarly, in the mid-‘90s, a group of recording artists released an album benefiting the abortion rights movement: Born to Choose. The title also struck me as Orwellian: We are “born to choose” whether or not someone else may be *born* “to choose.”

    And in 2007, I saw a car with two bumper stickers: one of them read “Create Peace” and the other read “Pro-Choice.” The owner of the car apparently saw no contradiction between the two slogans.

    If pro-lifers *really* want to end abortion, opposition is going to have to come from across the political spectrum, and not just from the far right. Instead of playing to the same old “Ronald Reagan / Oliver North” crowd, pro-life Republicans are going to have to cross party lines, reach across the aisle, and convince Democrats, feminists, liberals, etc. to see killing of the unborn on par with domestic violence, hate crimes against LGBTs, etc.

    The animal rights movement, like the Democratic Party, is dominated by secular progressives. The animal rights movement, like the Democratic Party, is divided on the issue of abortion, and so far, pro-lifers haven’t even managed to convince the majority of animal activists that killing the unborn is on par with killing animals, what to speak of distinguishing abortion from arguably victimless crimes like marijuana, etc.

    Some pro-life liberals who immediately come to my mind are former Village Voice columnist Nat Hentoff — a self-described “liberal Jewish atheist”; writer and former Washington Post columnist Colman McCarthy; the late governor Robert Casey of Pennsylvania; and Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner, human rights and women’s rights activist, and environmentalist. Of course, I can’t forget Carol Crossed of Democrats For Life, either, who was kind enough to write the foreword to my own 2006 book on the subject.

    A popular liberal bumper sticker reads: “I’ll believe a corporation is a person when the state of Texas executes one!”

    If we Democrats prove to the American people *we’re* a “big tent” too, we can easily win, even in red states.

    Fifty-nine percent of Democrats favored a ban on partial-birth abortion. (Gallup Poll, November 1, 2000)

    Eighty-nine percent of Americans favored informed consent for women seeking abortions. (Gallup Poll, 2002)

    Sixty-seven percent of Democrats would outlaw some or all abortions. (Gallup Poll, May 5-7, 2003)

    Forty-three percent of Democrats agreed with the statement that abortion “destroys a human life and is manslaughter.” (Zogby Poll, December 2004)

    Seventy percent of high school senior females say they would not consider abortion if they became pregnant while in high school. (Hamilton College/Zogby Poll, January 2008)

    Seventy-seven percent of Americans believe abortion should have stricter limitations. (CBS News Poll, January 2008)

    Twenty-nine percent of Democratic Convention delegates disagreed with the statement, “Abortion should be generally available to those who want it rather than under stricter limits or not permitted.” However, 52 percent of Democratic voters as a whole disagreed. This large discrepancy between party leadership and membership indicates a serious problem that Democrats For Life of America wants to rectify.

    During the 2008 campaign, Reverend Jim Wallis (of Sojourners) advised Barack Obama to support a plank in the Democratic Party Platform that would aim to reduce abortions by focusing on supporting low income women and making adoption easier. (This is the 95-10 Initiative, advanced by pro-life Democrats in Congress.) Reverend Tony Campolo served on the Platform Committee and has issued a strong statement in support of a pro-life position.

    A “conscience clause” which appeared in the 2000 Democratic Platform (but not in 2004) acknowledges that there are pro-life people in our Party and we respect their views. It reads as follows:

    “We respect the conscience of each American and recognize that members of our Party have deeply held and sometimes differing positions on issues of personal conscience, like abortion and the death penalty. We recognize the diversity of views as a source of strength and we welcome into our ranks all Americans who may hold differing positions on these and other issues.”

    Kristen Day of Democrats For Life said, “Roughly a third of the Democratic Party is pro-life. And while many do not call themselves liberal, they share the values which seem to identify with liberalism, particularly a commitment to helping the vulnerable and providing a social safety net.”

    The Democratic Party platform should support: Animal Rights, Defending the Affordable Care Act, Ending Citizens United, Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Giving Greater Visibility to Pro-Life Democrats, Gun Control, Net Neutrality, Raising the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Responding to the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming, and a Sustainable Energy Policy.

    Democrats for Life of America, 10521 Judicial Drive, #200, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 424-6663

    • David Custodio says:

      “Pro life” would be a good name for a position if there were an “anti life” position; but there is no “anti life” movement. Almost everyone is pro life, at all stages of life. Almost everyone is for pre natal and post natal healthcare. The breakdown comes in favoring life AFTER birth. Most “pro lifers” are against public support of children through Medical and Head Start, not to mention support for basic and advanced education. Makes one wonder what “pro life” means. Makes one wonder if the “pro life” movement is lying to itself…

    • Ron says:

      Vasu…you went thru the process of writing a book almost…all about being a Democrat and Pro-Life. What about all the anti-police, ban ICE, reparations for slavery, open borders, free medicare for all (including illegal aliens), gun banning, anti-Christian, pro-Muslim, anti-Semitism positions of the Democrat party??? Why don’t you even touch the demonizing of Trump supporters by the Left? Are you actually convincing yourself that the Dems have a chance in 2020? Sorry, but I just am not buying your view, and before the Clintons came into the White House, I also voted Democrat, but then I became enlightened…and you need to wake up too partner.

    • Typical democrat ! Always filibustering the conversation. They don’t listen.only beat you down with phony virtue signaling, sanctimonious BS

    • Diane says:

      Dems for Life obviously have very little clout within their party, look at the candidates and Dem Governors who will end the life of a newborn after a “discussion among interested parties”. You better get active because your party doesn’t hear or recognize you. The majority with big mouths and power would allow killing a living infant, it’a atrocious! If we photo-shopped the words coming out of the Dem’s candidates’ mouths into a film of Hitler speaking, we’d be horrified and rightly so, he did it routinely.

    • Raffa says:

      You should look deeper in what the assocrats really stand for.

    • mlhtd51 says:

      Another VICTIM Of “TDS” Sorry NO Cure.
      Demonrats Are Deranged, Delusional and Bordering On Clinical Insanity.

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