In light of the coming redistricting season in 2020, it is important to be reminded that how electoral districts will be shaped can have a big impact on future elections including the next presidential election. Voters are known to choose their politicians by voting, but many politicians arguably are inclined to choose their voters by redistricting, and can possibly skew election results in their favor if they don't have the interests of a pure and fair democratic process in mind.
Because of the clearly displayed inflated political self interest of the DNC, it would be naive to assume that democrats are not scrambling for every single way they can attempt to influence elections in their favor and try to get away with it.
Additionally, among the topics discussed at 2018 Bilderberg meeting was "The US before midterms," signifying that this next midterm is critical to the advancement of the globalist agenda. I looked at the list of attendees on their site and browsed for political commentators. I found that Charlie Cook, of Cook Political Report, was among the attendees. I checked his twitter and found him mentioning an event his team is sponsoring regarding "non-partisan" redistricting reform (event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/drawn-out-how-iowa-got-redistricting-right-hosted-by-the-harkin-institute-and-cook-political-report-tickets-48747054753 )
With these observations in mind, here's my prediction:
After republicans will generally maintain their strong foothold in Congress and state legislature despite the onslaught of digital censorship (which I'm fairly certain would happen because of the Streisand effect), democrats will campaign to accuse republicans of gerrymandering, polish their hypocritical facade and morally grandstand by trying to push nonsensical phrases through the MSM lexicon (like "moral victory," etc.), and attempt to guilt neo-cons and normie republicans into working with them on their terms regarding what they might call "non-partisan redistricting reform," which essentially would end up being their own version of gerrymandering, ironically and unsurprisingly the exact thing that they accuse republicans of doing.
Alternatively if the dems somehow whittle their way into a seat majority (which I personally think is not likely), they will be more direct in their approach to their attempted gerrymandering.
My proposed solution:
In order to disduade this from possibly happening, we need to stay vocal and vigilant about these possibilities and ensure that the general public maintains lucid awareness of all the different ways of how the DNC may put their corruption into practice.
Thanks for your time and your contribution of your own observations of and solutions on this matter are appreciated.
God Bless You,