Trump Set for Reelection According to Historically Accurate Election Model

Here are some of the top breaking stories making headlines in conservative politics: Trump on his way to reelection according to historically accurate election model; House Republicans to force vote to censure Schiff; Trump calls Democratic candidates “clowns” and says “NO WAY” they can beat him.

Trump on his way to reelection, according to historically accurate election model

Three different economic models by Moody’s analytics, known for their historical accuracy in measuring presidential contests, show that President Donald Trump is likely to win reelection next year.

So accurate is Moody’s modeling algorithms, it has only missed its prediction on one instance in the presidential elections since 1980. According to its analytics, it shows Trump potentially surpassing the margin he gained in the electoral college in 2016, when he won by 304-227 margin.

All three of Moody’s different models showed Trump winning. The margins were 351, 332 and 289 in the Electoral College over whoever may be his eventual opponent.

So how does Moody’s come up with these results? Moody’s projections are based on the way consumers feel about financial situations in stock market gains, as well as the prospects of unemployment under Trump.

In a nutshell, if the economy remains strong as it is today, President Donald Trump’s election odds are very good.

House Republicans Poised to Force Vote on Censure of Schiff

House Republicans are expected to force a vote on formally rebuking Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) after it has become known that he contradicted himself about speaking to the whistleblower before the complaint was filed.

A censure resolution previously drafted by chairman of the conservative Freedom Caucus Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), has been revised to include language that rebukes Schiff, alleging that Schiff purposely misled the public with his comments on the committee’s interactions with the whistleblower whose complaint sparked the impeachment inquiry.

“Whereas, according to a New York Times article on October 2, 2019, Chairman Schiff’s committee staff met with the whistleblower prior to the filing of his complaint, and staff members communicated the content of the complaint to Chairman Schiff,” according to the text of the updated version of the resolution.

“Whereas Chairman Schiff concealed his dealings with the whistleblower from the rest of the Intelligence Committee, and when asked directly in a television interview whether he had any contact with the whistleblower, he lied to the American people and said, ‘We have not spoken directly with the whistleblower.’’’

As of Wednesday morning, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) and Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), Have all signed onto the measure. Nonetheless, the censure vote is expected to face a stiff battle in the Democratic-controlled House.

Trump calls Democratic candidates “clowns” calls out “illegal & absurd impeachment”

Following the fourth Democratic debates, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to rail against his competition. Trump tweeted: “Our record Economy would CRASH, just like in 1929, if any of those clowns became President!”

A minute later the president tweeted: “You would think there is NO WAY that any of the Democrat Candidates that we witnessed last night could possibly become President of the United States. Now you see why they have no choice but to push a totally illegal & absurd Impeachment of one of the most successful Presidents!”