REED COOPER: We’re Witnessing A Repeat Of 2016 And Trump Is Set To Win By A Landslide

The phrase “history repeats itself” is once again proving to be true as we witness the mainstream media, the establishment, and the RINOs attack and doubt leading 2024 presidential candidate and 45th President Donald Trump’s chances of winning the election, just like they did in 2016.

Like in 2015 and 2016, Trump has once again become a runaway Trump train in the GOP primary, beating all candidates by over 50 and even 60 points in polls.

Not only has history repeated itself in the form of Trump winning polls by landslides, either. Once again, RINO influencers and talking heads have begun attacking Trump - an action they will soon pretend never happened.

In February 2016, for example, Editor emeritus of the Daily Wire, Ben Shapiro, slammed Trump as a “liar” and a “spoiled brat who grew up in the lap of luxury, had his daddy sign his checks, and bragged about how he is a huge winner.”

Interestingly enough, Shapiro magically changed his tune on Trump once he won the 2016 presidential election, even “Don-ing” Trump’s famous “Make America Great Again” hat in a video praising Trump posted a year after Shapiro’s anti-Trump video.

On Monday, absentee Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R-FL) War Room account shared a clip of Shapiro “ripping” Trump, calling him “not pro-life.”

Trump, of course, is the most pro-life president in history due to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, becoming the first president to ever speak at the March For Life, blocking funding for Planned Parenthood, among many other pro-life actions.

Old 2016 faces like failed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) have returned as well - once again as a presidential candidate who is polling at an unimpressive 3.1 percent.

In 2015 and 2016, Jeb Bush, who soon became “Low Energy Jeb,” was the chosen candidate of the establishment Republicans and quickly lost to Trump.

The establishment Republicans have chosen yet another boring candidate in need of a personality transplant for the 2024 presidential election. Absentee Governor Ron DeSantis, like Jeb Bush before him, is failing badly to Trump in all of the polls.

As we learned in 2016, no matter what they throw at President Trump, he only grows stronger.

Luckily for Trump, he faces President Joe Biden, an even weaker and more decrepit candidate than Hillary Clinton.

What's different from 2016, though, is Americans are concerned that what happened in the 2020 presidential election may happen again. A recent Rasmussen poll revealed that 81 percent of Republicans, 46 percent of Democrats, and 56 percent of independent voters are concerned their election results aren’t accurate. Overall, 62 percent of Georgia voters said they are concerned the election results aren’t accurate and 38 percent are very concerned. 

On Friday, Reuters and Ipsos released a 2024 presidential election poll between President Trump and President Joe Biden and, according to the poll, Trump will win the election in an electoral landslide.

The poll spelled doom for Biden as it showed Trump leading him in all of the seven most crucial states that determined the 2020 presidential election - Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Nevada, North Carolina, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.

In all seven states, Trump crushed Biden by six points, with 41 percent to Biden’s 35 percent, and a remaining undecided 24 percent. If all the other states remain the same in the 2024 presidential election, Trump would receive 312 electoral votes, 42 more electoral votes than the 270 he needs to win. Biden would receive only 226 electoral votes.

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