"The rest hate, and I mean bitterly hate him for good reason."
That is irrelevent to the 2016 election, because the 2016 election is in the past, and your sentence is in present tense. You DO understand the difference between 2020 and 2016, don't you?
"And, since you believe on polls, you we’re proven wrong. Just like you’re wrong now."
I'd explain it to you, but you don't understand the most basic principles of polling practice, so it would be a waste of time.