The last predictions blog of the decade. Speaking of which, I’m still working on the 2020’s summary blog, which you should expect this month, along with with the 2020 predictions post by January 1st. Look out for those in the near future. Also, people might be wondering why Trump hasn’t been assassinated yet, which, while I’m a bit surprised by this as well, I have an explanation for if it doesn’t happen by December 20th, the last day of fall. In the meantime, here’s a prediction to share.
1) There will be a major earthquake in Central America in the near future. Something like a 7 on the richter scale.
12/13 ETA: Thought I should post this update.
2) I had said for a while that either Corbyn would win or eke out the leadership in a hung parliament. However, it seems that Boris Johnson has gained a solid control of the house of commons. This is deceiving for two reasons. One is that the exit poll was wrong in that labor had a higher final total than the original exit poll showed. The second is that several of the elected tories oppose brexit and the fight will take place next week to stop the legislation from being passed. In such a scenario, enough defections (around 20) could lead to a hung parliament. In such a scenario, Corbyn could cobble up the votes to take the prime minister spot for a short period of time. If Boris Johnson thinks he has a mandate now, he is sadly mistaken.