Trump Will Win Because He Wants to / Hollywood is Dying

Joe Biden is easily the worst presidential nominee in US history. It is just amazing how much baggage this guy has – he is old, tired, frail, has the early stages of dementia, sometimes talks in a barely audible whisper, is hardly campaigning, is terrified of the virus and thus leaves his house only rarely, has 47 years of do-nothing Swamp Dweller experience in Washington and has decades of close ties to communist China, as all Democrats do.

And while the Fake News media polls show Biden winning, we saw the same polls in 2016 showing Hillary as the guaranteed winner. Yet even today’s fake polls show Trump gaining on Biden big-time, just in time for the election.

Trump supporters are even showing up at Biden campaign events and protesting Sleepy Joe. This is a tactic that Democrats are famous for.

Trump backers showed up at a Biden campaign rally (100 people in a high school gymnasium versus 20,000 at a Trump rally) in Michigan and held up a banner that said that Biden had helped to export Michigan jobs to China and elsewhere through NAFTA and through corrupt dealings with China. They also waved Trump banners outside the Biden event where there were ZERO Biden supporters. Breitbart News reports:

First detailed in Peter Schweizer’s, president of the Government Accountability Institute and senior contributor at Breitbart News, 2018 New York Times bestseller Secret Empires, (Joe Biden’s son) Hunter Biden sat on the board of directors of Bohai Harvest RST (BHR), a private equity firm he founded that was funded with $1.5 billion from the Chinese government via the Bank of China.

The dealings of BHR, from which Hunter Biden stepped down in October 2019, were most recently noted in Schweizer’s Profiles in Corruption.

Specifically, Hunter Biden sat on the board of BHR while the firm jointly acquired Michigan-based Henniges Automotive with the Chinese government-owned Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) for $600 million.

Before the Obama-Biden administration approved the acquisition, AVIC had been sanctioned five times since 1993 for military technology violations, according to a report by Seamus Bruner and John Solomon. In 2014, Obama’s Commerce Department was considering sanctions for an AVIC subsidiary.

This information had not even been exposed in 2016 and Trump still won Michigan because the white working-class people of Michigan, who had voted Democrat for decades, were tired of being ripped off. As president Trump hammers this issue during campaign events in Michigan and elsewhere until election day, Nikitas3.com predicts that he will win Michigan again in November, and the White House.

Michigan is an important Electoral College state. It has 17 electoral votes. That alone is 6% of the 271 electoral votes needed to win.

Michigan had voted Democrat for decades based on high union membership within the state. Obama won Michigan by a whopping 825,000 votes in 2008 but in 2016 Michigan went for Donald Trump by 10,000 votes. Nikitas3.com predicts that Trump will win Michigan by a much bigger margin in 2020, maybe 150,000 votes or more.

The working people in Michigan had swallowed their anger and did not know whom to blame for their jobs losses, but now they do. They have come to understand that Biden and the Deep State Democrat elites in Washington are in bed with China and have been exporting American jobs for four decades. Trump is focusing on this issue all over America and particularly in the hard-hit industrial states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan.

Biden has another major problem in Michigan. The state’s far-left Democrat governor Gretchen Whitmer has abusively locked down Michigan over the coronavirus, another evil gift to Michigan from China. Whitmer has become extremely unpopular including among hordes of Democrats and independents who are going to vote Republican in November.

Nikitas3.com believes that this will help to elect not only Trump but black Republican Michigan US Senate candidate John James who came surprisingly close to defeating incumbent Democrat US senator Debbie Stabenow in 2018. President Trump campaigned for James in 2018 and he will do so this year too. That a huge two-fer for a Trump appearance. Update: President Trump campaigned in Michigan, and for John James, on September 10 at one of his famous airport rallies. The rally was packed with thousands of enthusiastic Trump supporters.

2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney lost Michigan by 450,000 votes despite the fact that Romney was born in Michigan; his father George was once CEO of the #4 car company American Motors; his father was governor of Michigan from 1963 to 1969; and his father ran for US president in 1968.

In the Summer of 2012 polls showed Romney surging against Obama. If Romney had had the spine of Donald Trump, pundits say that he would have won the White House. But Romney wimped out and lost by being Mr. Nice Guy Loser Republican.

This is why Romney has become an anti-Trumper. He is jealous that Trump won while he did not. And this is also why Trump won in 2016 and will win again in November – because he has a killer instinct and because Donald Trump actually wants to get re-elected.

Don’t underestimate this factor. There are lackluster Republican presidential candidates who have not even appeared to have wanted to win, like Bob Dole in 1996, John McCain in 2008 and Romney in 2012.

This year the opposite is happening. Biden appears to not even want to win. He is barely even campaigning, which alone is going to kill his chances in November. This all looks terrible next to Trump. Why should the people of Florida vote for Biden if he does not even show up there? Or North Carolina? Or shows up with no enthusiasm whatsoever?

And while president Trump is making regular campaign appearances all across the country, arriving majestically on Air Force One, vice president Mike Pence, along with Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump, Lara Trump and others are making appearances as well. These surrogates are very popular figures who get wide media coverage at each stop. Democrats don’t have such popular surrogates.

Who is Biden going to send out – his cocaine-addict son Hunter? Doubt it. Hunter Biden was thrown out of the Navy Reserve in 2014 when he tested positive for cocaine.

Obama does not seem much interested in campaigning for Biden, and Obama is the most popular Democrat by far. Hillary? Forget it. Bill Clinton? Nobody cares; he is probably a liability for Biden. Even Kamala Harris is an unlikable figure who hardly seems to be making a blip. She recently fled a campaign appearance without taking any questions. It was very strange.

Nikitas3.com believes that many top Democrats, including Obama and the Clintons, have privately given up on Biden, but will never admit it. Nikitas3.com believes that Biden himself has given up. If you watch his performances, that seems to be true. He has no ‘fire in the belly’ whatsoever. He often sounds like he is preparing to die.

Hollywood is Being Killed by Political Correctness

After professional football, basketball and baseball are choking on their politically-correct support for ‘black lives matter’, Hollywood is following suit. After reading their bizarre new rules below, you will come to see that at least half of America – and maybe much more – is going to stop going to the movies, just as the audience for sports has gone down the drain. Breitbart News reports:

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday that it will require films to meet extensive new “diversity” standards to be eligible to win the Oscar for Best Picture.

A press release for the Academy explained that starting in 2024, films competing for Best Picture will be required to meet at least two of the following four standards…

STANDARD A: ON-SCREEN REPRESENTATION, THEMES AND NARRATIVES
To achieve Standard A, the film must meet ONE of the following criteria:

A1. Lead or significant supporting actors

At least one of the lead actors or significant supporting actors is from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group.
• Asian
• Hispanic/Latinx
• Black/African American
• Indigenous/Native American/Alaskan Native
• Middle Eastern/North African
• Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
• Other underrepresented race or ethnicity

A2. General ensemble cast

At least 30% of all actors in secondary and more minor roles are from at least two of the following underrepresented groups:
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

A3. Main storyline/subject matter

The main storyline(s), theme or narrative of the film is centered on an underrepresented group(s).
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

STANDARD B: CREATIVE LEADERSHIP AND PROJECT TEAM
To achieve Standard B, the film must meet ONE of the criteria below:

B1. Creative leadership and department heads

At least two of the following creative leadership positions and department heads—Casting Director, Cinematographer, Composer, Costume Designer, Director, Editor, Hairstylist, Makeup Artist, Producer, Production Designer, Set Decorator, Sound, VFX Supervisor, Writer—are from the following underrepresented groups:
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

At least one of those positions must belong to the following underrepresented racial or ethnic group:
• Asian
• Hispanic/Latinx
• Black/African American
• Indigenous/Native American/Alaskan Native
• Middle Eastern/North African
• Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
• Other underrepresented race or ethnicity

B2. Other key roles

At least six other crew/team and technical positions (excluding Production Assistants) are from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group. These positions include but are not limited to First AD, Gaffer, Script Supervisor, etc.

B3. Overall crew composition
At least 30% of the film’s crew is from the following underrepresented groups:
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

STANDARD C: INDUSTRY ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITIES
To achieve Standard C, the film must meet BOTH criteria below:

C1. Paid apprenticeship and internship opportunities

The film’s distribution or financing company has paid apprenticeships or internships that are from the following underrepresented groups and satisfy the criteria below:
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

The major studios/distributors are required to have substantive, ongoing paid apprenticeships/internships inclusive of underrepresented groups (must also include racial or ethnic groups) in most of the following departments: production/development, physical production, post-production, music, VFX, acquisitions, business affairs, distribution, marketing and publicity.

The mini-major or independent studios/distributors must have a minimum of two apprentices/interns from the above underrepresented groups (at least one from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group) in at least one of the following departments: production/development, physical production, post-production, music, VFX, acquisitions, business affairs, distribution, marketing and publicity.

C2. Training opportunities and skills development (crew)

The film’s production, distribution and/or financing company offers training and/or work opportunities for below-the-line skill development to people from the following underrepresented groups:
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing
STANDARD D: AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT
To achieve Standard D, the film must meet the criterion below:

D1. Representation in marketing, publicity, and distribution

The studio and/or film company has multiple in-house senior executives from among the following underrepresented groups (must include individuals from underrepresented racial or ethnic groups) on their marketing, publicity, and/or distribution teams.
• Women
• Racial or ethnic group

Asian
Hispanic/Latinx
Black/African American
Indigenous/Native American/Alaskan Native
Middle Eastern/North African
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
​Other underrepresented race or ethnicity
• LGBTQ+
• People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

For 2022 and 2023, films competing for Best Picture will have to submit “a confidential Academy Inclusion Standards form” but will not yet be required to meet those standards.

“The aperture must widen to reflect our diverse global population in both the creation of motion pictures and in the audiences who connect with them,” Academy President David Rubin and Academy CEO Dawn Hudson were quoted as saying.

Deadline commented approvingly that the new diversity standards were “a key sea change for an organization that had resisted imposing specific moviemaking rules on the industry” and that the requirements “could not come at a more opportune time in light of worldwide movements for equality in all walks of life.”

In 2016, the Academy adopted new changes to its membership in response to the “#OscarsSoWhite” campaign that began in 2015 and alleged that too many white people were winning awards, thanks to the overwhelmingly white voting membership.

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