As some of you may know, statistician Nate Silver at his famed FiveThirtyEight organization is a genius at using research and statistics to accurately predict final election results and all sorts of other outcomes in various areas of life. Outside of a true, God-appointed prophet, the predictions by Nate and his staff are the next best things on planet Earth. Right now, you can just forget whatever Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, the individual polling services, and the two major political parties are saying about who is truly up, who is truly down, and by how much in the 2016 elections. Nate Silver and his predictions are the REAL DEAL everyone should be looking to in the coming weeks. Before looking at Nate’s most recent results, I would like to remind you fundies that early voting and absentee balloting in the swing state of Florida begins in only 5 weeks, which means your candidate Trump is in deep, deep, deep trouble and quickly running out of time.
This is September 18, 2016 at 3:38 a.m. The following is the current Nate Silver prediction results for the 2016 presidential election:
You fundies led us all to believe that Donald Trump was the “anointed one,” a very special and blessed vessel set aside by God himself to be the next President of the United States. But no, wait, I remember now. You actually said to forget all that God stuff this time. Instead, you said that this time we need a strong leader to make clear-cut decisions, kick some butt, and reset the United States on a better course heading—or something to that effect. It looks to me as if all you fundies and your candidate are doing is screwing up 24/7 and showing the whole world what utter asses you are. Where is Jesus in all of this crap of yours? Jesus is nowhere to be found that I can see. All you guys are doing is marching down the same old broad road to failure and disaster in the name of the Lord. You should know that broad road well by now because you have walked down it and reached the wide gate of failure so many other times before this one.
On November 9, 2016, right after your candidate suffers what may be one of the worst presidential election defeats in American history, I and many other American Christians would like all you fundies to sit down and seriously ask yourselves these two questions:
(1) Are we really on God’s side, or is God against us because what we believe is wrong—and our long historical list of failures is a message sent to us from Heaven? In so doing, you might recall the famous inscription on the belt buckles of Nazi soldiers during World War II. It read “Gott mit uns.” This translates into English as “God is with Us.”
(2) Could the Episcopalians, Lutherans, United Methodists, Presbyterians, etc. be winning all the time because they are right and God richly blesses those who follow him and worship him in Spirit and Truth?
I am not saying one way or another. That is not my job. However, you fundies need to seriously ask yourselves these questions before you embark on another long and embarrassing road to utter failure in the name of Jesus.