Liberal denialism and Donald Trump

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Few, if any, political scientists predicted early on that Donald Trump would win the Republican primary and then would subsequently be elected president of the United States. Furthermore, most pollsters indicated that Trump would lose the election.

27 percent of American political scientists believe in the existence of God while 76 percent of American doctors said they believe in God.[1]

Compared to medical science which has many effective medicines and surgical procedures, the social science of political science is often unreliable.

Post the 2016 U.S. Presidential election many liberals were in denial that Donald Trump was going to be president of the United States.[2] Before the election, many liberal media outlets took the line that Donald Trump could not win the Republican primary and could not win the presidential election.[3]

Political scientists, denialism and Donald Trump

See also: Atheism and science

Few, if any, political scientists predicted early on that Donald Trump would win the Republican primary and then would subsequently be elected president of the United States. Furthermore, most pollsters indicated that Trump would lose the election.

27 percent of American political scientists believe in the existence of God while 76 percent of American doctors said they believe in God.[4] Most American atheists lean to the left politically (see: Atheism and politics). Compared to medical science which has many effective medicines and surgical procedures, the social science of political science is often unreliable.

Videos of liberals indicating Donald Trump could not become president of the United States

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