Sunday October 16th was the beginning of the 16th month of Donald Trump's 2016 gravity defying, politically incorrect presidential campaign to do the seemingly impossible and win 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. As I've said before the campaign which started on June 16, 2015 (having illegal immigration and border security as key issues) began 16 days after the publication of Ann Coulter's book "Adios America," and 16 days before the shooting of Kate Steinlie in San Fransisco by an illegal, criminal, Mexican alien. Amazingly this non-politician, who first showed interest in the presidency in 2000 (16 years ago), went on against astounding odds to defeat 16 mostly professional politicians for the GOP nomination. As I wrote here, here and here throughout his campaign 16 has been an auspicious number for Trump. And Sunday, October 16th, the beginning of the Trump campaign's 16th month was no exception. For something quite remarkable happened to me that day which suggested that Trump is destined to win the presidency: I spotted a car owned by a Trump supporter displaying a "Trump For President" sign.
Why did something so trivial as a campaign sign so impress me? Because as incredible as it seems, and since the campaign began 16 months ago, I never once saw a car or motor vehicle in the city and surrounding area where I live bearing a Trump sticker or campaign sign. NOT ONCE! In fact, to date I've not seen one vehicle with a Hillary campaign sign either. Trump and Hillary signs on front lawns and along streets and highways I've seen. But bumper stickers or whatever on cars, SUVs and trucks I've seen naught. This was not the case in 2008 and 2012. Obama, McCain and Romney stickers were in evidence; if not abundantly it was nevertheless rare to go out driving and not see at least one car with a campaign sticker or sign. But not this election year. In Tampa where I live, and in Clearwater where I visit relatives, or in Largo where I dine and go to the movies I've not seen one Trump or Hillary car sign or sticker until Sunday the 16th. What happened to me that day was this:
SIMILAR TO THE TRUMP SIGN I SAW.
I had just left the Regal 8 Cinema in Largo with my dad. We saw the rip-roaring action western "The Magnificent 7." As we were walking to his car discussing the film I spotted a colorful, eye grabbing laminated, red, white and blue "Trump For President" sign on the dashboard of a black 2016 Ford Fusion. Curious to see if it also had a bumper sticker I walked to the rear of the car. But no sticker was there. What was there however was astonishing: a Florida licence plate with the number BZWD 45. Was it just a mere coincidence that this Florida car with a very rare Trump sign had a tag bearing the number 45? The number of the next President? Or was it a providential sign of what's to come? That come election day embattled, demonized, underdog Donald Trump (who vowed to stop Ford from opening plants in Mexico see) will take both Florida and the White House and become our 45th President? This doesn't seem likely if you listen to the deranged Trump hating media that's practically declared Hillary the winner because of the sex tape scandal and multiple groping allegations. But my experience Sunday reinforced my faith (based on how far Trump has come, the weakness of Hillary's candidacy, and a multitude of positive oracular signs) that The Donald will win Florida and the White House in November.
But perhaps only after a fierce battle over voter fraud or a close race (as in 2000) needing recounts in Florida or some other key battle ground states. For I can't help thinking that they'll be some terrible, possibly violent uproar over the election results as suggested to me by The Magnificent 7-the film I saw just prior to spotting the Trump sign and the number 45.
Let me explain.
The film Sunday started 4:35 pm, the 16th hour of the day (Trump's auspicious campaign number); and it starred Denzel Washington who like Trump was born in New York State (see). But this is where it gets profound and seems to point to election fraud or perhaps much chaos due to a surprising and much feared Trump victory: the film was a remake of the 1960 classic starring Yul Brenner. Like this year of 2016 1960 was an election year where the charismatic womanizer John Kennedy ran against the less likable and attractive Richard Nixon (often compared with Hillary see). The date of that election (like this year's) was November 8th. It was the closest race of the 20th century where the Kennedys it is believed stole the election from Nixon using a combination of dirty tricks (see) and fixing the outcome with mobsters and politicians in two critical states: Illinois and in Texas. Though Nixon knew the election was rigged and had evidence of massive fraud, for the good of the country he chose to bite the bullet and refused to contest it lest he cause a constitutional crisis.
But that won't happen today. Not with Donald Trump as a candidate. If Trump loses the election in a tight race where there's the slightest hint of voter fraud and fixing in key states he'll raise hell and won't rest until he wins what was stolen from him. And if that means causing a constitutional crisis (avoided by Nixon) then so be it. No way Trump will lose gracefully if he feels cheated. It's not in his nature.
The Magnificent 7 fighting the evil of land theft and murderous tyrannical oppression.
The question now is this: is The Magnificent 7, the violent, shoot em up, guns blazing western prophetic of this election year? Will the country be torn apart by the result with Trump emerging as the winner after battling Democrat corruption and voter fraud like the Mag 7 the evil robber baron Bart Bogue and his gang of killers in the film? Or will a clean win for Trump just simply drive the political Left and GOP "Never Trumpers" insane, with some turning to violence and uncontrollable rage? Will Trump, in effect, remain standing tall like hero Denzel Washington in the film after all the bloodletting, savagery and chaos ends? Is that what's in store for us?
Well, Trump defeated Hillary Clinton fair and square; but the anti-Trump "HE'S NOT MY PRESIDENT" lunatics rejecting his victory are out in force protesting with rowdy demonstrations across the nation where there's been bouts of violence with police. Will the violence worsen? Will we see the resurrection of the Weather Underground and terror attacks hitting Trump hotels, buildings and properties before or after he takes office?
Green Party candidate Jill Stein hoping to reverse the outcome of the election is raising money for a recount in the three battleground states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan that narrowly won the election for Trump. The comprehensive New York Times led media recount of the 2000 Florida vote found that Bush won the state but with 44 fewer votes-giving him a winning total of 493 instead of 537 (see). What Stein hopes to achieve when the three states she's targeted for recount had Trump winning by 44,000, 22,000 and 10,000 respectively is beyond me.
Trump supporter with similar amazing experience related to a license plate bearing the number 45.
"I have an amazing coincidence occurring on the Election day last Tuesday I would like to share with all of you. On the morning of November 8, 2016, I drove my 2006 Acura MDX to my local poll station which was set up inside the clubhouse of my community to vote. My MDX's license plate No. is 5WAS045 and the chrome license plate frame has a flying eagle spreading its wings over the top side of the frame. After I checked in and the poll people verified my identity and current address, they issued me a passcode for the voting machine and the passcode was 0545 [the numbers on her plate in a slightly different order]. I finished the voting, went to work, and didn't realize I voted for the 45th President of the U.S.A. until the news networks announced on TV later that night that Trump would be the 45th President!!! I had to Google President Obama to verify that he is the 44th President (see)."