I liked the four electoral scenarios Umair proposed. The best outcome is a super clear D victory--at least 65% of the popular vote.
When Mr. Trump held a Bible in front of a church, I saw a turning point in his reign. He will not be getting any extra votes for that act: the people who liked it are already voting for him. And that photo-op is likely to really annoy many of the 50% who normally don't vote to come out and vote.
A few hours later, army generals started denouncing Mr. Trump. A few days later, a few Republican Senators started becoming more public with what is really on their mind. Just like Watergate, the cracks are starting to show.
At the time of the church photo-op, I switched my probability of a T victory from 50% to 10%. Politics is always an unpredictable guess--and the D's can still screw things up. But I think Umair readers should start thinking about life with a Biden presidency.
In particular, Mr. Biden will inherit a whole whack of problems that he just won't be able to fix. The Trump base will still be intact, chipping from the sidelines of how Mr. Trump was on his way to fix America and the liberals wrecked things. And Mr. Biden will still have a stronger loyalty to the D party than to the USA. A D presidency will not be wholesome--or create anything like Umair's Eudonomics.
The root cause of where we are today is the political party. We need to get rid of it. It is time to study a party-less way of governing.
Tiered Democratic Governance
This book is about a three hour read. It could change how you think about how we should be governed. Reading all of Umair's article for the next month will also take about three hours. But the world will not move forward.