This is the week that Donald Trump releases damning new information about his opponent Joe Biden.
My guess is that it will come in the form of a tweet towards the end of the week and it will be publicised as “evidence.”
It will in all likelihood be something sensational and potentially very damaging.
The only problem is, it will be a complete and total fabrication; a lie.
But since his supporters don’t really care about verifying anything he says, they will simply just believe it.
Americans are used to what has become known as the “October Surprise,” a story so damaging ahead of the November elections, that it can knock a presidential hopeful out of the race completely.
The reputable American media outlets will of course jump on it and dispel it quickly enough, but in Trump-supporter land, the damage would’ve been done.
As they have proven before, they won’t bother to verify whatever story their idol chooses to spin, rather lapping it up as yet another example of his genius and the supposed institutional conspiracy against him.
Of all the debates that have happened so far, the vice-presidential one was probably the most ironic.
During some of the live debate, a fly made itself at home on the head of Trump’s deputy Mike Pence.
And we all know what flies are most attracted to, so there must be so much of it coming out of the White House these days.
In a country known for its voter apathy, record numbers of early voters have already cast their ballots.
And polls indicate that more Americans plan to vote next week Tuesday than ever before.
The question now is, are they all voting for Trump to stay on for another four years.
Or have they had enough of the humiliation and vote for Biden?
Not even if I was a betting man, would I put a wager on what will happen.
But I will tell you this; to me America is the voodoo doll of 2020, and Trump is holding the needles.
As long as he is with us, the world will be filled with all manner of disasters.
It may be hogwash, but it’s no different to what he peddles which his followers believe.