Comedian Rosie O’Donnell vowed that President Trump will lose the November 2020 election “by a landslide” because Americans will “rise to the occasion” and vote him out.
O’Donnell made the prediction on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast that aired on Monday.
“I think in November we’re gonna be a landslide and take him out,” she said. “I firmly believe that the heart of the nation is bigger than his mental illness and people will rise to the occasion and vote him out.”
Rosie has a dismal track record with Trump-related predictions due her Trump Derangement Syndrome, which impairs her ability to analyze facts objectively.
In March 2016, O’Donnell predicted that Trump “will NEVER be president.” Eight months later, Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.
In January 2019, Rosie predicted that President Trump would be arrested. He’s still sitting in the White House.
Rosie O’Donnell has had a longstanding feud with President Trump. O’Donnell only met Trump twice – the first time was at his 1993 wedding to Marla Maples. The second time was in 2002, when she hosted a “Survivor” finale.
Rosie recalled: “I met him at the ‘Survivor’ finale. I was the host of the ‘Survivor’ finale and he was talking with Mark Burnett about doing ‘The Apprentice.’”
Burnett, a superstar TV producer, is the creator of “The Apprentice” and “Survivor.” Both are massive TV hits. Burnett has been friends with Trump for years.
O’Donnell said she blames Burnett “for the vast majority of the problems this nation has” because he elevated Donald Trump with his hit TV show “The Apprentice.”
“I feel Mark Burnett is directly, personally responsible,” Rosie said.
O’Donnell claims that Burnett created a monster by elevating Donald Trump as a pop icon.
“I kept saying to [Burnett], ‘What the hell are you doing? What are you putting up this guy as Mr. [Successful]?’ [Trump] didn’t even have a boardroom before Mark Burnett. It was all plywood to begin with!
Burnett created this image that is nothing like who he is, that is devoid of all facts about his essence and his character. And he let that ride out on 10 years’ worth at least. And people still believe it. They think of him as that.”
Trump detractors constantly promote the false narrative that he became a celebrity because of “The Apprentice.” In reality, he was cast to star in “The Apprentice” because he was already rich, famous, and successful.
Meanwhile, the mainstream media have been stoking terror by overhyping the coronavirus crisis and painting a hopeless future for the United States.
Basically, they think that if Americans are terrified enough, they’ll blame Trump and vote him out. However, this may not be a winning strategy.
Longstanding psychology research suggests that the scarier the coronavirus crisis is, the better President Trump’s chances for winning are.
Multiple studies on terror management show that people prefer leaders with Alpha Male personalities during times of uncertainty and upheaval.
— Lary Mitch ❌⚔️ (@lpmitchellrtr) April 12, 2020
For now, two different election-betting markets (which were more accurate than political polls in 2016) say President Trump’s chances of winning the White House are better than Joe Biden‘s.
It is shocking that Biden has not overtaken Trump in the betting markets even though the President has been relentlessly attacked by a hostile media.
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