Donald Trump Would Lead Joe Biden in a ‘Laugher’ If The Election Were Held Today

The 2024 election is over two years away, but American voters suffering under the Biden regime is pining to give the Democrats a ‘November to remember.’



The U.S. economy is now in a tailspin due to grim market conditions and the Fed’s actions to curb surging inflation. It is now in its worst position since the first term of Biden’s mentor Barack Obama.

In a hypothetical matchup between former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden in a new Emerson poll, voters would select Trump by a margin of five points.

“The national survey shows Trump leading Biden 44 percent to 39 percent in a head-to-head match-up, while another 12 percent of voters say they plan to vote for someone else,” The Hill reported.

“Trump’s support has held firm since May, when the same poll found him notching 44 percent support in a 2024 race against Biden,” the report added. “But Biden’s support has waned somewhat since then, dropping from 42 percent in May to 39 percent in late June.”

While Biden claims he plans to seek a second term in 2024, there is a significant amount of doubt among voters that he is mentally and physically fit for office.

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The Emerson Poll is significant due to the massive pro-Democrat bias among mainstream pollsters. In 2020, the media gave Biden an unwarranted 8-point edge beyond statistical reality, according to Pew Research.

“Most preelection polls in 2020 overstated Joe Biden’s lead over Donald Trump in the national vote for president, and in some states incorrectly indicated that Biden would likely win or that the race would be close when it was not,” Pew Research remarked. “These problems led some commentators to argue that ‘polling is irrevocably broken,’ that pollsters should be ignored, or that ‘the polling industry is a wreck, and should be blown up.'”

Thus, the 8-point advantage pollsters gave to Biden ahead of 2020 would be a 5-point deficit ahead of a hypothetical match-up with Trump if the election were held today, all other things being equal.

But as we saw with 2020 election problems, there may be another reason polls don’t reflect political reality: Democrats may unconstitutionally change election laws and carry out other unlawful activities, such as strategically position ‘drop boxes,’ in order to gain unfair advantages.

There were other advantages for Biden. The U.S. mainstream media carried out an unprecedented, highly unethical media campaign to tilt the election in favor of of Joe Biden. The corporate media conducted negative information warfare against Donald Trump before he even stepped a foot in office.

Despite all of the underhanded tactics, Donald Trump won by nearly two points in the aggregate of 15 battleground states, but lost by razor-thin margins in a number of swing states: Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Trump also won in 18 of the country’s 19 historic ‘bellwether’ counties.



In related news the Supreme Court has taken up a major election integrity case that would restore power to the state legislatures to determine election laws without interference from the courts. It would not rectify the 2020 election, but it would restore more voter confidence in election moving forward.

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