Trump will quit race in the final days before the election: prediction

This is my firm belief and I’m storing it here for posterity. If (and when) Trump comes to the realisation that he cannot win this election, and he’ll take it down to the wire – 48hours, maybe less – he’ll bow out unceremoniously. Donald Trump is not the type of man who tries his hand at something if he thinks he’ll be a loser. So I believe he won’t let himself be a loser. He’ll claim that he’s seen undeniable evidence that the election has been rigged, that the democratic process has been circumvented and that ‘crooked Hillary’ has cheated the voters out of their ability to freely choose their next President. He’ll say that he won’t give the election process the legitimacy of having his name involved if it isn’t open, fair and NOT rigged. That if Hillary and ‘her’ liberal media are going to fix the election for her to win, she may as well run against no-one but herself and look the pantomime villain that he knows her to be. Sure, if he stays in and loses, he’ll say exactly the same… but once the rhetoric dies down, he’ll be recorded in the history books as a loser in this race – something he won’t permit. So he can quit just prior to the vote, then take a pseudo moral high ground, telling his supporters that he couldn’t in all good-conscience partake in a criminally rigged election, it would disrespect himself and disrespect them and their vote.  Then he’ll dine out for the rest of his days as the, “forced to take a principled stand and...

New Government Proposals on Voting for Foreigners

Further to the proposals by Amber Rudd, Home Secretary, at the Conservative Party Conference, Theresa May plans to take proposals on ousting foreigners from jobs even further. At future elections, if a candidate for council/assembly/parliament is not UK-born, voters will have to write a brief statement outlining their reasons for wishing to elect a person from a country that isn’t as amazing as ours. Following this declaration, all votes cast in elections for bloody foreigners will be assessed by a panel of experts, including Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage, Theresa Villiers and Katie Hopkins. If this panel judge that your reasoning is insufficient, the vote will be disregarded. The form is rumoured to look as...