based on 'very scientific' (anecdotal) evidence, i believe that if trump runs in 2024, he will lose. i saw DNC (biden) signs in 2020 in sub-suburbia on par w/ nothing historically, & even saw a few in very rural small towns, which is unprecedented.
a vote for trump has been so successfully stigmatized by the media that i think some people who would secretly like to vote for him (simply as an alternative to the new neoliberal fascists), won't do so, lest they have to admit it or lie in social circles.
there seems to be a decent number of right-leaning & independent never-trumpers already, but on top of all of this, the disaffected libs that are migrating to red states will turn them blue despite their disenchantment, giving us DNC power in perpetuity.
desantis would have a better shot at picking up some of the independent and right-leaning never-trumpers, but i doubt this would be enough to overcome the stigma that goes beyond trump, and now looms over the entire GOP.
the trump presidency was a testament to the DNC running the show regardless of party in power of the executive branch and senate, but a rogue, neoliberal fascist DNC w/o even a semblance of opposition in perpetuity should be concerning to everyone of every political persuasion.

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