To expect a red tsunami you’d have to expect Trump having gained support since 2016. Also, you wouldn’t see polls shifting heavily towards Biden over the last few weeks, you’d see them relatively stable. Trump supporters haven’t gotten shyer. And to that point, you wouldn’t see places such as Texas and Ohio become swing states because people there are very vocal about their support to Trump. It’s quite the other way around, it’s more likely that there are shy Biden voters there.Many people suspect this all along - people lie in polls and we should expect Red Tsunami in 2 weeks.
Also, why would the senate races also be so tight. Are there secret Joni Ernst voters in Iowa? Shy Cronyn voters in Texas? How do you explain Beto ORourke losing against Ted Cruz by a margin of 2.5% in TEXAS in a mid term election (where Democrats tend to underperform)? Where is the evidence of this red tsunami outside of the remaining Trump supporters’ wishful thinking?Many people suspect this all along - people lie in polls and we should expect Red Tsunami in 2 weeks.
If the media won’t ask Joe Biden these questions, the President will, and there will be no escape for Biden.