Forget the polls.
Don’t listen to ‘fact checkers’.
Ignore the media.
Tomorrow Donald Trump will be re-elected as the President of the United States.
This battle is all over bar the party. And it’s gonna be epic.
The only questions that remain to be answered are the size of Trump’s victory and the size of the tantrum that will be thrown by the Democrats and their violent militias.
They are the ones who will not accept this result. And tomorrow night they will start breaking stuff.
But nothing will stop what is coming. Donald Trump is storming home.
Donald Trump will be remembered as one of America’s greatest ever presidents.
Perhaps his greatest achievement will be that he has laid the foundation for his successor to be even greater. That is possible but is by no means guaranteed. There should be a victory celebration tomorrow but it should not be forgotten that Trump has only started this battle. It will be up to others to finish it.
The single most important message that will come from Trump’s victory tomorrow is this: political correctness can be confronted and defeated.
You just need kahunas and courage.
Trump has both.
Too many other ‘conservative’ politicians around the world have neither. And tomorrow they will be embarrassed because they will know that Trump has demonstrated what is possible. His victory will expose their failures.
When the dust settles on this campaign, it will be clear that Trump has achieved something truly remarkable.
Most political campaigns succeed on fear.
Elections this year in New Zealand, the Australian Capital Territory, the Northern Territory and Queensland have all been won by politicians who scared entire populations into believing that their very lives were in danger and that only by taking away freedom and shutting down large parts of society would anyone survive.
In large part it worked because conservatives were not prepared to call out the BS. They were too afraid to stand up to the fake news.
Trump, on the other hand, has forcefully confronted the lies while campaigning primarily on a message of hope.
America can open up. It can work. Society won’t just survive. It will thrive.
To be sure, the Trump campaign has also rightly exposed the many serious problems in the Democratic platform and the Biden/Harris ticket.
But hope has been the main theme of Trump’s campaign and tomorrow it will be clear that it is more powerful than fear. In fact, this message is so powerful that it has smashed through Big Tech, the mainstream media, Hollywood, the professional elite and the billions raised by the Democrats.
Tomorrow it will also be clear that the Democrats have not learnt a single thing from 2016.
If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, then the Democrats are certifiable.
They have re-run the 2016 campaign – complete with an added sprinkling of even loonier and uglier ideas. This time they’ve added BLM and Antifa to the mix with a dose of obese and deranged men in women’s clothing.
And tomorrow we will again see the same look of shock on the faces of the establishment and the elite that we saw when Trump was first elected.
It will be beautiful to behold. Cherish it.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign was entitled and contemptuous four years ago. Nothing has changed this time around. In fact, the Democrats felt so entitled this year that they put up a man who is clearly past his prime and is also carrying far more political baggage than he can bear.
This was always obvious which just highlights the contempt and presumption in the Democratic machine.
The Democrats believe they are entitled to the Presidency and that Americans would automatically give the tick of approval to a campaign that was always designed to end up with Kamala Harris in the White House.
The arrogance inherent in the Democrat’s campaign is demonstrated by this fact: while Trump actually went out to convince American voters, Joe Biden didn’t see the necessity to engage with them at all.
Instead, the Democrats focused on getting Big Tech to silence opinion, supporting and bailing out violent extremists and colluding with almost all of mainstream media to run one massive propaganda campaign.
It was a campaign of coercion to go with the campaign of fear.
It was also a campaign of madness. Joe Biden scared voters away from his events. Meanwhile, Trump brought together massive crowds of Americans. He has been the only candidate meeting with voters. And they have responded with enormous enthusiasm. Even at midnight. It’s really unbelievable.
Tomorrow, the fog of insanity and fear will begin to disperse in the United States. The wind of hope that blows it away cannot be stopped from travelling around a world currently paralysed by a delusional and disproportionate fear of COVID-19.
Here in Australia we should all be grateful for other reasons too. Unfortunately, I do not think many of us realise how close we are to disaster.
If the American political machine had kept rolling along the Obama path it is highly likely that the United States would have entered into a terminal decline. It may still, depending on what happens in four years.
The Communist regime in China is a growing threat. If the light does go out in America, the darkness will spread here.
But, thanks to one man whose courage inspired millions of ordinary Americans, that light still burns bright now.
God bless President Trump and God bless America and all those who voted for him. You haven’t just saved America from the brink. You’ve given us hope on the other side of the world as well.
I thank you. My children will too.
Enjoy the victory.
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Bernard Gaynor is a decorated veteran of three deployments to Iraq with the Australian Army serving with military intelligence specialising in Arabic language and culture. A Catholic conservative with the courage to speak up when totalitarian political-correctness demands silence, he is deeply interested in the loss of values in modern society and its impact on all aspects of life. He is prepared to breach enemy lines with valour to defend Australia’s traditional way of life, particularly on the political and cultural fronts.