As more and more news comes out about last week’s worst-ever prop bet, it’s becoming clear that we’re almost certainly not going to get any good prop bets out of the fiasco.
That’s a shame.
Now, MyBookie – aka “MY🎃BOOO👻KIE” because Halloween (seriously) – does have some entertainment odds on which actors/characters will die in Scream 5, but we don’t think they’re asking whether these people will actually be killed by some idiot coworker in real life.
Plus, the Scream guy uses a hook or a knife or something.
We’ve never seen the movies, but he definitely doesn’t use a gun. Scary movie monsters never use guns. Except, of course, for the scariest movie monster of all, Alec Baldwin. He used a gun that one time. Or two times. Whatever.
But despite the lack of some juicy Baldwin impeachment odds, there’s still plenty to bet on. And the Vegas political market has seen some real intrigue over the weekend as regards the 2024 Donald Trump odds.
These are the biggest Trump betting lines that shifted – or have become more notable – since last we looked (previous odds in parentheses, where applicable):
2024 Presidential Election Odds – Republican Candidate
- Donald Trump +100
- Ron DeSantis +500
- Nikki Haley +850
- Mike Pence +1200
- Tucker Carlson +1750
- Ted Cruz +2500
- Kristi Noem +2500
- Mike Pompeo +2800
- Liz Cheney +3000
- Josh Hawley +3300
- + More
While this line hasn’t budged at BetOnline Sportsbook, the interesting thing to note is that it’s been taken down altogether at Bovada! As a reminder, Trump was leading the pack there at +125, with DeSantis behind him at +300.
Usually, when odds are removed from the boards in toto, it’s because a flood of action came pouring in and the book pulled its lines in order to reset and reintroduce them later.
We expect Trump attracted such a volume of wagers at +125 (especially compared to BetOnline’s even odds) that the book had to stop the bleeding.
If only the same could be done with the border, the ports, and the prices of gasoline and meat…
2024 Presidential Election – Winning Party
Via Bovada, BetOnline
- Democratic -150, -110
- Republican +110, -110
- Any Other +1200, +2000
No change here, despite Trump’s gains at Bovada. That’s noteworthy in and of itself, and it means that if you don’t bet soon, you might miss a nice payout on the GOP side.
2024 Presidential Election Odds – Winner
Via Bovada, BetOnline, MyBookie
- Donald Trump +350 (+400), +275, +500
- Kamala Harris +400, +500, +400
- Joe Biden +450, +325, +350
- Ron DeSantis +750, +1050, +900
- Nikki Haley +2000, +1750, +1200
- Mike Pence +2500, +2000, +1600
- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +3000, +6600, +1600
- Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson +3300, +6000, +3000
- Michelle Obama +3300, +6500, +3000
- Cory Booker +4000, +6600, +4000
- + More
The big change here is once again at Bovada Sportsbook, where Trump – who finally leapfrogged Biden only recently – has added to his lead, going from +400 to +350.
No lines have moved on any other potential Presidential candidate at each of the major Vegas election sportsbooks, which means that literally all the new action has gone towards The Donald’s reelection chances.
Which, considering the state of things (and the fact that he already won easily twice before), is sensible.
The one thing we don’t get is why Trump is still trending behind Biden and Harris at MyBookie. For that matter, we don’t understand why Harris is still trending behind Biden at MyBookie.
MyBookie is well known for offering dramatically divergent odds from its rivals, but lines – once introduced – are set by the bettors, not the books.
A sportsbook’s job is to merely move the lines such that the same amount of money (more or less) is wagered on either side or that no single pick carries too much liability compared to the others on the list.
Perhaps MyBookie is simply the preferred betting site of the hopeless liberal degenerate. Who knows.
2021 Joe Biden Presidential Mental Fitness Test Update
Via BetOnline Sportsbook
Will Joe Biden finish his first term as President?
- Yes -175 (-175)
- No +135 (+135)
What year will Joe Biden exit office?
- 2025 -140 (-140)
- Not Before 2026 +375 (+375)
- 2022 +450 (+450)
- 2023 +700 (+700)
- 2024 +1400 (+1400)
- 2021 +1500 (+1500)
Will Joe Biden be impeached and removed from office?
- No -1250 (-1250)
- Yes +575 (+575)
Joe Biden Approval Rating By November 1, 2021
- Over 43% -120 (44% -120)
- Under 43% -120 (44% -120)
There’s a reason he’s called Basement Joe.
Actually, there are several.
The moniker first referred to Biden’s penchant for absentee campaigning (which paired nicely with the unconstitutional and illegal mass enactment of absentee balloting in order to get the old coot across the finish line).
Now, however, it’s because the Biden approval ratings are utterly in the toilet.
Indeed, Biden’s rating has declined more precipitously than that for any President since 1953. The oft-blacklisted Breitbart explains:
“During his first quarter as president from January to June, President Biden enjoyed approval ratings between 54 percent to 57 percent, with an average rating of 56 percent, according to Gallup. Since then, his approval rating has plummeted. Approval ratings in his third quarter, which began on July 20 and ended on October 19, averaged at 44.7 percent, according to Gallup. The 11.3 percentage point drop between Biden’s first and third quarters is the largest of any president dating back to 1953, according to Gallup.”
Naturally, this line isn’t for Biden’s average approval rating by quarter. Instead, it’s asking bettors what his aggregate rating will be – as measured by the hyper-partisan FiveThirtyEight Democrat
outlet outhouse – on September 1.
Just for the record, that rating is currently sitting at 43.5%. Take the over.
Remember, you’re essentially betting on how brazenly fake the #FakeNews media is willing to be in running interference for the most incompetent American “leader” in history.