Analysis shows Trump, America in trouble …

Thursday, September 8, 2016
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Trump Pence looking downA conservative activist and political analyst contends that Democrats have been very successful in building themselves a natural base of new voters, who will be loyal to the party that gives them many free benefits.

After analyzing the Real Clear Politics Electoral College breakdown of the states many are led to believe that the future looks very bleak for the Republican Party’s Donald Trump/Mike Pence ticket.

Right now, projections indicate that the Democratic Party’s Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine ticket has 229 Electoral Votes, while Trump/Pence have 154 – and 155 in the tossup column. If these projections hold true, Clinton would only need 41 more votes to secure the presidency, while Trump would need 116 of the 155 tossups.

American Family Association (AFA) Director of Governmental Affairs Sandy Rios admits it is tough right now for the GOP.

"Yeah, she's got a tremendous advantage,” Rios concedes. “States have gone blue because of this influx of immigrants from Third World countries who were accustomed to socialism – who came to our shores and got lots of benefits, and the Democratic Party made sure they knew where those benefits came from.

The political expert maintains that Democrats intentionally brought in immigrants to stay in power.

“And so they built themselves a natural base of new voters,” Rios continued. “It was a long term plan. They've executed it nearly perfectly."

Rios fears that after 2016, the landscape of America will change forever.

"This year is – I think – the last year that native-born Americans and naturalized citizens who love this country will have a chance to preserve and protect its traditions, its roots, its heritage … its honoring of God,” Rios concluded. “This will be our last chance."

Rios stresses that people who care about America and what it stands for must vote on November 8 to preserve the ideals and principles the Founding Fathers intended centuries ago.

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