My 2018 Mid-Term Election Prediction…

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

At Bolen Report we cover health care.  But let’s be honest.  Two weeks before the midterms nobody is going to care.

Let me give you three pieces of information, just so when all of this is over, you won’t be behind.

  1.  President Trump signed a bill getting rid of the “gag” order on pharmacists so now they can say, “Hey, you know there’s a lower cost generic you can buy.”  Predictably, the pharmaceutical companies filed a lawsuit claiming that allowing pharmacists to tell patients the real cost was a violation of free speech.  (Honestly, I can’t make this stuff up.)
  2.  Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. made sure that more than 7,000 copies of J.B. Handley’s book, How to End the Autism Epidemic were mailed to legislators all across the country.
  3. Two autism advocates, (Jen Larson and Mark Blaxill) met with President Trump on October 4, 2018 and gave him a copy of How to End the Autism Epidemic and Denial by Mark Blaxill and Dan Olmsted.  No other information is available from  my sources about how these books were received by the President.

Now you know everything important that’s happened in the last couple weeks.

However, you come to Bolen Report for perspectives you won’t find anywhere else.  That’s why I’ve provided you my special mid-term prediction based on box-office numbers from last weekend.

You see, I believe going to vote is a lot like going to the movies.  If you like the story and it accords with your values you tell your friends and the film is a success.  Not that hard to figure out.  Just like politics and elections.  Make the lives of people better and they’ll vote for you.  Make America suck and they’ll vote for the other guy.

This is the Heckenlively Theory of Box Office Receipts and Voting Patterns.

Number #1 at the box office last weekend was Halloween (2018), in which crazed lunatic, Michael Myers, returns to Haddonfield to terrify his sister, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, one more time.  In the ensuing years since Michael’s initial rampage she has become a gun-toting warrior convinced that evil is real and it will someday return.  When he does, she plans to blow him away.  Evil dies, it doesn’t go into therapy.  ($77 million in the first weekend.)  Advantage Republican.

Number #2 at the box office is the remake of A Star is Born, with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.  This is a story of forbidden love (gasp!) between a man and a woman who get married to each other.  (In the minds of many democrats this must surely qualify as a hate crime!)  Oh, and there are also some shocking revelations as to how a bad father can really mess up your life.  You see, there might actually be a need for good responsible men in society.  ($126 million in three weeks and still running strong.) Advantage Republican.

Number #3 is Venom, and I had a little trouble figuring out this one until I realized the hero is an investigative reporter going up against a liberal San Francisco billionaire who wants to merge humanity with alien DNA.  (Agenda 21, can I get any takers?)  Oh, and there’s a taboo love story in that as well, between . . . wait for it . . . a man and a woman who watch out for each other EVEN after they break up.  ($171 million dollars in three weeks, probably heading to somewhere around $650 million worldwide.)  Advantage Republican.

That means that in the last couple weeks…

Americans have spent more than $374 million dollars on stories which reinforce typical Republican values.

They say people vote with their pocketbooks.

It’s going to a Republican tsunami.

Enjoy the show . . .

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

plagueheckiKent’s book PLAGUE was released by Skyhorse Publishing in 2014 and is now available in paperback. Skyhorse also publishes the work of Mo Yan, the 2012 recipient of the Nobel Prize in literature.

The book is co-authored with Judy Mikovits PhD. It is an indictment of the “Fake Science” we find so prevalent in the US.


Kent Heckenlively is also the author of INOCULATED: How Science Lost its Soul in Autism, available on Amazon and at Barnes&


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8 thoughts on “My 2018 Mid-Term Election Prediction…”

  1. This is in part a response to Gary Ogden: yes Republicans and Communist Democrats are terrible. But.. there is always a but, isn’t it?

    Long ago I became a democrat after I became a citizen. Horrified at discovering that the Democrat elites stand behind communist principles (which I saw happening in my country of origin) I renounced it, and become a republican.

    It did not take me as long to realize that RINO’S (republican in name only) had taken over the republican party.

    And then the AHA moment… when the realization hit me that the unifying principle between Communist Democrats and RINOS were, are and will be the NEW WORLD ORDER, guided by UN Agendas 21 and 30.

    But, and most significant the ordinary (?) citizen -democrat, republican or independent – to their core, do not believe it, or more dangerously do not see – or know – the political parties connection to UN Agenda 21-30.

    Here lies the crux of the problem: how to educate our citizens in the real threat to our country, and the freedom loving people of this planet.

    It is encouraging to learn that our President is slowly cutting down the legs of the monster, but this monster has the ability to quickly regenerate its limbs. When will he really hit a vital part of this obscenity taking away its ability to recuperate in time?

    All we have to bank our hopes on is to watch the baby steps he is taking… and may be that is all he can do, for I believe, that he has surrounded himself, naively, with One World Government fanatics, taking much of what it was his ability to react quickly, forcing him to take measures that might be to slowly to deter the avalanche.

    “So we prefer movies that reflect our beliefs” And the box office profits prove it.

    About this commentary:
    Quite astute and a theory worthy of examining further. It might very well be a true predictor of our political elections. Would be so interesting to analyze what were the movies box offices profits at the last Presidential election, and before then, and the previous one.

  2. Interesting postulate Kent. Not sure it holds water but it’s less silly than many of the postulates a lot of news pundits have been putting forward.

    I can see where you’re coming from Alicia but I also know that “Our Donald” is a master poker player. Many’s the time con men thought they had the best of him only to find themselves in the deepest part of the brown smelly stuff. There’s also a lot going on at other levels of energy and consciousness and there’s no way that I can even think of giving up hope.

    The point is this:- the self-appointed elite have had things their own way for many a long year because nobody noticed. Now, so many people know about their activities and are determined to stop them that our victory is inevitable. The only meaningful questions are:-
    1) When?
    2) How much further damage will we allow them to inflict before we bind them in chains?

    Blessed be

    Karma Singh

  3. I had high hopes for Trump, mainly out of total relief that Clinton got her backside wooped in 2016, which was in itself a blessing. But it is now totally clear that Zionism is making huge headway under him. In fact in this fake reality we inhabit I’m now starting to wonder if HRC was sent deliberately to make DJT look good by those who planted him there. We fell for it because we wanted to, hoping against hope he was the white knight (can I say that?) that would save the world. The whole Q thing is spin and PR. The people pulling the strings are the same as always, they drain a cup from the swamp so we all go ‘wow he’s really doing it’. And we play exactly into their hands, voting in droves for the very thing we think we are voting against. Because the real deep state are experts in that sort of thing. If a minor player like Soros can wreck whole countries’ economies for kicks then it isn’t that difficult for real power to tweak the things for a while to make us all feel good. If Trump was for real he would have been assassinated by now. Alas I don’t know the answer except to recognise the problem is bigger than we imagined.

  4. Alicia, I can be slow on the uptake, so when I read your comment, “And then the AHA moment”, I was thinking ‘which party is AHA–then I got it. AHA should be a party because its all about the people who have AHA moments. Once you have collected enough AHA’s you’ve become enlightened. My best friends are AHAs.

  5. I love that the books on Autism were sent to the representatives. However, a book on organic food was sent to reps in PA around 2010 or 2011 and none of them read it. Most of these reps are only concerned with paying back/doing favors for those big companies (and definitely not for us little people who give hundreds of dollars in $5 campaign contributions) who helped them to become reps.

  6. Suzanne: Right you are. We live in a one-party State, the corporate party. The Republican Party has long considered corporate interests a major constituent, despite their beginning as a big tent, abolitionist party; they nevertheless produced the worst, most destructive president in our history. Beginning with Bill Clinton, the Democrats jettisoned their entire constituency for corporate interests. Paul Volcker has a book coming out that may be a good read on understanding the un-drainable (except by the people) swamp.

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