Here’s why Pennsylvania is a Red State to the core.
During the 2016 presidential election, two districts (the first and second) gave Clinton over 80% and 90% of the vote.
Eight of the districts gave Trump 58% or higher.
Thirty of Penn’s 44 counties gave Trump 60% of the vote.
Not a single Penn county gave Clinton over 60% of the vote. Not one!
Yet, because of just two densely packed urban clusters, the popular vote ended Trump 2,970,733 / Clinton 2,926,441.
Thus Trump ended with all 20 of Pennsylvania’s electoral votes.
Pennsylvania’s demographic makeup has not altered dramatically in just four short years. As such, a constitutional Republic form of government as the U.S. is (remember, America is not a democracy), could certainly be expected to vote for President Trump by an even wider gap in 2020.
And this basic arithmetic is in place even before voters factor in the disgraceful fact that VP candidate Kamala Harris is a self-admitted BLM-backed Marxist.