Anyone else not tired of winning yet?
Michael Moore, the controversial left-wing filmmaker, predicted that President Donald Trump would win re-election to the presidency in 2020 while promoting his new Broadway show in an interview with Fast Company. Moore correctly predicted the results of the 2016 election.
“He will win those electoral states as it stands now,” Moore told the publication.
However, the creator of Farenheit 9/11 and other liberal documentaries is trying to change the 2020 outcome by trying to rig the game:
But she lost the electoral college by 77,000 votes in total in the states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, and despite a movement afoot now to abolish the electoral college, it’s unlikely that is going to happen anytime soon, Moore says.
That said, he believes the National Popular Vote interstate compact, an agreement between states to award all of their electoral votes to the candidate who wins the popular vote, could succeed as a workaround if we can convince enough state legislatures to pass it in time. So far, it has won approval in 10 states and Washington, D.C.–the agreement will only be enacted once states delivering a total of 270 electoral votes have signed on, and it’s still far from that goal.
Moore also expressed the belief that Democrats might be able to convince enough people to switch sides so that they could win 2020 battlegrounds.
Prior to the 2016 election, Moore wrote that he believed definitively that Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton:
President Trump. Go ahead and say the words, ‘cause you’ll be saying them for the next four years: “PRESIDENT TRUMP.”
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