If Trump Wins


If Trump Wins

By Gene Van Shaar


The following predictions are predicated on the following things: (1) Donald Trump wins the presidency in November of 2020. (2) Republications win control of the Senate and House.

During the 2016 election Trump’s opposition predicted that he would do many terrible things if he was elected. Did you notice that none of those things happened? That leads us to our first prediction. Trump will do none of the terrible things predicted, just like last time.

Based on Trump’s track record, past achievements, and characteristics, the following predictions are a good bet:

  • He will keep most of his campaign promises.
  • We will have lower taxes, fewer regulations, and increased tax revenue.
  • There will be significant economic expansion and job creation.
  • Most immigration problems will be resolved.
  • Basic rights will be protected, including free speech, religion, and bearing arms.
  • Socialist propaganda and polices will be reduced.
  • The CCP pandemic will be controlled.
  • Mob action will be controlled (1) (2) (3).
  • Crime will decrease, except in Democrat-controlled areas.
  • Racial tension will decrease, except in Democrat-controlled areas.
  • Respect for the USA will increase, and optional wars will be avoided.
  • Beneficial trade agreements will be executed.
  • Fewer babies will be killed, and the family will be strengthened.
  • The Climate Change Hoax will be diminished, and the environment improved.
  • There will be significant infrastructure improvements.
  • The USA will experience a brief golden age.

My last column predicted what will happen if Trump loses. Perhaps you have noticed that there could hardly be a greater contrast. There has never been a more obvious choice between good and evil since the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1864. That election presented a stark choice between freedom and slavery. History repeats itself. Which will we choose this time? Traditional American freedom as personified by Lincoln, Trump, and Pence or slavery as epitomized by Marx, Biden, and Harris?


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Copyright © 2020 by Gene Van Shaar

Gene Van Shaar is a freedom fighter and pro-Trump writer. He has written many articles and books including Pillars of Truth and Freedom, My Life and Lessons, Freedom and The Obama Debacle, The Freedom Saving Series, and The Scriptural Insight Archive.

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3 years ago

THIS IS EXACTLY what I mean about Republicans. Why should I bother voting for these malcontents. Oh, and THIS is Ron Johnson’s Committee. The same damn Senator who kept changing his story on the Subpoenas. Is there a Republican in Congress that ISN’T worthless.

Donald J. Trump
Why are Republicans allowing the Democrats to have ridiculous Post Office hearings on Saturday & Monday, just before and during our Convention. Let them hold them NOW (during their Convention) or after our Convention is over. Always playing right into their hands! @senatemajldr

3 years ago
Reply to  Greg

I sent the above message to that Committee.


3 years ago

This is only true IF the Republicans “work with” Trump instead of against him, like the first two years. I’ll never forget “repeal and replace”. I read the damn bill. It was a short amendment TO Obamacare. It “may” have ended it, but also “allowed” the next President to “expand it”. Also, let’s NOT forget BOTH houses were Republican control and THAT is where all the hearings were that accused Trump of being a Russian agent. It was BECAUSE of those hearings that initiated the Mueller investigation.Unfortunately the President has to suck up to these Republicans in order to even get Anything. THEY had the power for funding the border wall and only authorized a pittance. These Republicans have done little to nothing to further the agenda OF the people. So far we’ve heard Nothing different from them and to expect them to be different once they control all branches is probably wishful thinking.

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3 years ago

Plain and simple true.
Great article.