Last day of the 2021 Election Campaign and to be honest I am glad as it has been the most boring and flat election campaign that I can remember, it didn’t have to be that way of course. If the media hadn’t blocked the Alba Party from the debates and basically from everything then we could have at least had a debate, I also believe what I have read on social media that Sturgeon basically refused to appear in the debates if Alex Salmond was included, that just makes perfect sense to me as he would have kicked all their asses and it would have been deserved. Anyway I decided this morning to have a look at the papers and they can’t make up their minds, or it is a plan to just keep soft voters confused. The Scotsman has the SNP facing a terrible election while the Metro says the SNP will win an outright majority, they both can’t be right can they.
The Daily Mail is going with the whole 24 hours to save the Union crap while the Times says that independence is only supported by 45% of the voters, what is it, is the Union at risk or is not at risk. Personally I don’t think the union is at risk any time soon to be honest. The SNP only mention independence when they need to try to firm up their vote for the next 5 years of stringing us all along, at Westminster SNP MPs in the main are an embarrassment to be honest, what do they actually achieve for Scotland, not a hell of a lot if you ask me and they don’t hold the Tories to account, that is just the bullshit they feed us to accept them taking up their seats in a parliament in another country that just has them there for the banter factor.
The National go with how useless Scottish Conservative Leader Douglas Ross is, doesn’t take a journalist to point that out at all to anyone who has seen him, he is the worst of the worst but are any of them any good. Willie Rennie, Scottish Lib Dems, is a seat warmer, achieved nothing in how many years and comes across as a bit of a clown. Anas Sarwar, millionaire leader of Scottish Labour, is a light weight and brings nothing to the table at all by the way of any sort of plan for Scotland. Patrick Harvie, C0-Leader Scottish Greens, has become all woke and unlikable now to the point of coming across as a real nasty piece of gender warrior now. Nicola Sturgeon, Leader SNP, definitely comes across the best in a low bar but I despise her now. Another woke warrior who has a nasty side and who has been in power far too long now no matter the result tomorrow (or Saturday). Alex Salmond, Leader Alba Party, by far the most impressive (hopefully elected soon) politician out of the bunch but he will never ever be allowed to forget that as an innocent man he is really a guilty man because Nicola Sturgeon, the unionist, the media, have all decided that no matter what the law says if they say you are guilty, you are guilty end of.
Ok my predictions and please take into account I am rarely that close but I am always hopeful.
The SNP will win the election, yeah I know. They had 61 seats before the election and I think they will at least have 61 seats after it but I would go as far as saying they could reach 65, maybe a few more. Sturgeon sadly will remain First Minister even if Willie Rennie stands against her.
The Scottish Conservatives had 30 seats before the election and I suspect that they will lose some, not a huge amount given how crap Scottish Labour are so I think they will have at least 25 seats or there about and probably enough to finish second again. They will probably lose a constituency and on the list.
Scottish Labour 23 seats before the election and I think they will lose some this time around given how crap they are. I can see the Greens taking some seats from them so I will go for Scottish Labour only having around 20 seats this time around and finishing third.
Scottish Liberal Democrats 5 seats before the election and at best they will keep 5 seats but it would not surprise if they lose a list seat here or there so I will go for them taking 4 or 5 seats and remaining nothing more than a plook in Holyrood.
Scottish Greens 5 seats before the elections and it looks like they will probably increase their vote share via the list so I will go for them to get 7 seats, maybe as much as 10 seats even though Patrick Harvie is one of the most annoying gender warriors out there.
The Alba Party obviously no seats before the election and while I really hope they make in roads into the parliament I don’t think they will make the impact they hope to, they launched too late and I understand why but I think they could get 1 or 2 seats and I really hope they do as we need an alternative independence party in Scotland and Alba need time to build up their base and their brand. I really hope they do well but I think will have to settle for 1 or 2 seats this time around at best and 0 at worst but I hope they get something to build towards 2024 and 2026.
There you have it, what do you all think will be the result?