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Charlie Kirk Reveals Disturbing Reality Of Trump’s Chances In 2024 Election

Anastasia Boushee
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In a Tuesday post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk pointed out that Nebraska “pointlessly” gives “strength to their political enemies” by awarding its electoral votes by congressional district — which could lead to former president and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump losing in November by “exactly ONE electoral vote.”

Nebraska is one of only two states that awards a portion of its electoral votes to candidates based on who wins each individual congressional district, with the other state being Maine.


Kirk pointed out that Trump could still lose in November by one vote even if he flips key battleground states.

“Suppose Donald Trump flips Arizona, Georgia, and Nevada next fall, as current polls all show him doing. Would he win the presidency? Not quite. In fact, if Trump flips those three states and no others, he loses by exactly ONE electoral vote. Why? Nebraska,” he wrote.

Kirk then explained that, despite Nebraska “being one of the most Republican states,” it allows its deep-blue capital city of Omaha to apportion one electoral vote.

“Thanks to this system, Omaha’s electoral vote leans blue: Obama won it in 2008, and Biden won it in 2020. He’s likely to win it again this year,” he wrote.

He noted that left-leaning states like California and New York “would never” allow this to happen in their states, ceding some electoral power to the Republican-controlled areas — and “as long as that’s the case, neither should we.”


Kirk went on to explain that this issue “is completely fixable,” calling on Nebraska’s state lawmakers to take action.

“Nebraska’s legislature can act to make sure their state’s electoral votes go towards electing the candidate the VAST majority of Nebraskans prefer,” Kirk wrote. “There’s already a bill ready to go – LB764. All Nebraska has to do is put it up for a vote. As I write this, the Nebraska legislature is still in session. Nebraskans should call their legislators and their governor to demand their state stop pointlessly giving strength to their political enemies.”

He concluded by calling on his followers to contact Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen (R) to demand the problem be fixed.

Kirk has since provided an update on the situation, revealing that Pillen had responded to “our call for the great state of Nebraska to return to an electoral college winner-take-all model and promises to sign the bill if sent to his desk!”

Now, the matter is up to Nebraska’s Republican-supermajority state legislature.

“If you live in Nebraska, please contact Sen. Aguilar and Sen. Sanders and *respectfully* ask them to move LB 764 through committee,” Kirk concluded, adding contact information for the two committee members.

His post included an image of a statement from Pillen, which read: “I am a strong supporter of Senator Lippincott’s winner-take-all bill (LB 764) and have been from the start. It would bring Nebraska into line with 48 of our fellow states, better reflect the founder’s intent, and ensure our state speaks with one unified voice in presidential elections.

This news came just one day before Nebraska Republicans gained a filibuster-proof majority in the Unicameral for “the first time in recent memory,” according to Sen. Pete Ricketts (R-NE). The majority was achieved thanks to state Sen. Mike McDonnell, who announced on Wednesday that he was leaving the Democrat Party after being repeatedly punished by party leadership for daring to be pro-life and in favor of protecting children from dangerous and irreversible gender transition procedures. He was repeatedly censured by the Nebraska Democrat Party for voting in favor of his conscience.

“I have asked the Democratic Party to respect my religious based Pro-Life position. Instead over the last year they have decided to punish me for being Pro-Life,” McDonnell said.

“Being a Christian a member of the Roman Catholic Church and Pro-Life is more important to me than being a registered Democrat,” he added. “Today I am changing my party affiliation to Republican.”

With this new filibuster-proof majority, it is almost guaranteed that LB 764 will pass.