(Last updated: November 10, 2018)
(Published: November 7, 2018)
According To the Wolfe Political Point System (and despite what the useless pressitutes say), We Won’t Actually Know Until November of 2020 Which “Party” Won the 2018 Election. However, Based On the Points, It Will Come Down to Whether or Not Trump Is Able To Appoint Another “Justice” To the Nation’s Highest Court–
by DR Wolfe
Here’s how you count at the end of each election under the Wolfe Political Point System:
Sitting Presidents are worth 200 points, and elected presidents are worth 300. Each sitting justice is worth 125. And any justice confirmed during the following two year period is worth 150-250, Each senator over the majority is worth 75. Similarly, the number of representatives over the majority are each worth 25 points. Each sitting or elected governor is worth 10 points. And state legislatures are each worth a total of 5 points, based on who holds the majority in each chamber. A partial point may be given for serving a partial term or partial control of a state legislature.
[The final score will be posted here as soon as it is available]
CONS CREEPS POSITION EXPLANATION
200 — President Sitting president
375 500 SCt Gorsuch is counted below and Kennedy is considered neutral
350 — New Justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch
75 — US Senate 3 races remain contested
— 200 US House 13 races are still being contested
320 160 Governors Florida still being contested
145 105 Legislatures
Using this system, you could argue that the Creeps have significantly closed the gap, and therefore, finished slightly ahead of the Cons in this particular barnyard brawl — in determining who can best shovel the most horse crap, the fastest, on to the uninformed, mind-controlled American population–
And you could also argue that the Cons won because they still hold significantly more power than the Creeps.
Under my point system, both of these arguments are mathematically true.
But this doesn’t tell the full story, because the “election” isn’t over yet!
Adding three or four senators to the ‘Cons gang’ will mean the next Supreme Court nominee, if there is another one before 2021, will likely be very, very “conservative”. And this may really, really matter, if you understand exactly how much power the Court has in determining our future–
So, despite what anyone says, the true meaning of this election won’t be decided until congress breaks for the next “election”, in October of 2020, since it’s unlikely that any new justices will be confirmed during the 2020 lame duck session, whether Trump wins or loses.
The bad news for the creeps is that there is a very high probability that one of the justices from the left will not be able to remain on the court until then, for health reasons.
And under my political point system, replacing a left leaning justice with a right leaning justice is worth the most — 250 points.
So far Trump has accumulated an additional 300 points in the last election for the Cons based on his two appointments to the court. This includes 200 points for Kavanaugh because he replaced Justice Kennedy, who more often voted with the “neo-liberals”, rather than the “neo-cons”.
This means under the Wolfe system, the cons easily won the 2016 “election”. In the final 2016 count Trump received 300 points, and the Cons received an additional 300 points, for the two new justices (without counting anyone from Congress or any of the state elections, which mostly also went to the Cons).
Make no mistake, no matter how this “election” turns out, the 2016 “election” has already been a major victory for Trump and the Cons that will be extremely difficult for the Creeps to overcome any time in the near future. And even just one more appointment to the Court by Trump, will unquestionably mean over the last four years the Cons have achieved a “historic” advantage over the Creeps (in the American game of political “Fake Ball).
So you know, under this system the reason justices are worth so much more than either senators or representatives (in the Wolfe Political Point System) is because they often serve for twenty or thirty years, and sooner or later will play a role in deciding every important political issue under the sun…unless of course you believe politics don’t effect you?