One has the mindset that Hillary Clinton will win by a landslide.
The other is convinced that Donald Trump will win, only voter fraud will make it seem like he didn't. The Drudge Report embraces the latter culture.
Tonight's headline in the Drudge Report is: "Trump Confident." Here are the video and text it links to.
Meanwhile, on the all-important left-hand side of the news website are multiple links to articles on voter fraud and how screwed-up the 2000 election was.
As we well remember, that was a contested election which was decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. Superlawyers Ted Olson and David Boies got into the act. Olson represented George W. Bush. Boies represented Al Gore.
Already, white-shoe law firm Jones Day has been representing his Make America Great Again Campaign. One of the law firm's partners has been focused on campaign law.
Trump's inability to accept the election outcome, if he loses, could throw the economy into chaos. Also, the world will be bug-eyed that such a dark force has been allowed to continue to have such power in America.