Among the highlights:
— CNN’s arrogant Jim Acosta: “President Trump is predicting a red wave next Tuesday, but looking at the latest poll numbers, he may be getting the color wrong.”
— MSNBC pundit Steve Schmidt: “Joe Biden has the biggest, the most durable and broadest lead of any presidential candidate in the modern era.” Forget Reagan’s landslides!
— MSNBC pundit John Heileman: “A world where [Senator] John Cornyn can lose in Texas is a world where, you know, you’re looking, you can have a plausible conversation about Democratic landslide.” (Cornyn won by 10 points.) This explains why Kasie Hunt said her giddy sources were talking up the Democrats gaining “10 to 12” Senate seats.
— CNN pundit/ former Obama campaign manager David Axelrod: It’s “more likely that Biden will win a substantial, maybe a landslide victory in the electoral college.”
— Former Clinton campaign manager James Carville on MSNBC: “We’re gonna know the winner of this election by 10 o’clock tomorrow night.” Media reporter Joe Concha told Fox & Friends on Wednesday “He also declared a landslide in 2016.” Carville is the perennial optimist. He wrote a book in 2009 titled 40 More Years: How the Democrats Will Rule the Next Generation.
PS: It’s kind of hard to miss the all-too-routine MSNBC chyron:
GOP VOTER URGES PARTY TO ‘BLEACH OUT THE TRUMP CULT STAIN’
As opposed to our suggested rebuttal:
GOP VOTERS URGE MSNBC TO GET A CLUE