Donald Trump’s biggest threat is not President Biden

It is a data point media will never talk about.

Shankar Narayan

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During the last three months of the 2020 election cycle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, I was practically switched on and tuned in. A core part of the reason was none other than Donald Trump when he started pitching the idea that the election would be mired in fraud.

It made no sense.

It made me angry that the President of the country would tell his nation that the upcoming election was going to be mired in fraud. He was the president, for God’s sake. If that’s what he thought, his number one job must have been to stop it, to protect the electorate’s birthright and help democracy win.

But slowly, it became obvious why he wanted to take the road to nowhere. He did not care about the electorate; he cared about his future, only his. It was his fallback, just in case things go south. It also helps if more people feel the election is fraudulent and did not come out to vote.

Donald Trump’s core base is Evangelical Christians, who understand the value of the vote completely. No matter what, they will come out to vote. With his base secure, it works just fine to go down the dark road, cast doubts on the election, keep a fallback, while also doing what you can to reduce the…

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Shankar Narayan

He didn't care what he had or what he had left, he cared only about what he must do.