Trump supporters gather at the New York Triumph Rally in Staten Island N.Y., October 3, 2020.
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE M aybe all the polls are wrong and all the news is fake.
But probably not.
With President Donald Trump behind — and falling — in both the national and swing-state polls, many conservative media figures are predicting . . . a Trump landslide. This wish-casting is based on increasingly imaginative reading of the political terrain: Comedian Jimmy Failla of Fox News, for example, called a Trump “lawnslide” based on — hold your breath, now — an informal poll of truckers who were giving their estimates of the ratio of Trump yard signs to Joe Biden yard signs.
Representative David Rouzer (R., N.C.) is …