Donald Trump Takes Decisive Lead in Selzer Iowa Poll – Same Poll Foreshadowed 2016 Midwest Sweep

BURLINGTON, IA – OCTOBER 21: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to guests at a campaign rally at Burlington Memorial Auditorium on October 21, 2015 in Burlington, Iowa. Trump leads most polls in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Donald Trump has taken a strong seven-point lead in an Iowa poll that was heralded to as an early predictor of the President’s 2016 win in the state and his sweep of the Midwest.

The Selzer poll, commissioned by the Des Moines Register, reveals that Trump leads Biden by a whopping seven percentage points- 48% to 41%.

Curiously, the Des Moines Register poll queued the same exact result on October 31st, 2016. After Donald Trump’s shock victory over Hillary Clinton, the poll was pointed to as an early indicator of Trump’s resiliency in midwestern states, which wasn’t captured in previous polls.

Trump ultimately ended up winning Iowa by 9 points in the 2016 election, outperforming even the Selzer.

Neocon globalists and leftists expressed consternation over the poll, suggesting they’ve lost complete confidence in Biden to win the 2020 election in a sweeping landslide.

Joe Scarborough admitted Saturday that Republicans are set to overpower Democrats in early voting statistics, barring a massive surge of Democrats voting in-person on election day- a practice that is known to be preferential for Republicans.

President Trump is primed to conduct no less than ten rallies across several swing states over the next two days. Biden plans to relax in the comfort of his home and pay close attention to the Sunday shows on the mainstream media television channels.

This one feels like 2016, folks.