James Wigderson is the editor of RightWisconsin, a former columnist with the Waukesha Freeman, and a former education reporter for Watchdog.

You’ve seen the others, and now it’s my turn to make predictions:

Kwik Trip will experiment with Drive Through Windows. You’ll be able to get bananas, chicken and pizza before going through the car wash.

Wisconsin Eye and Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Tyler August (R-Lake Geneva) will operate a “cough” button every time Rep. Francesca Hong (D-Madison) begins speaking.

President Donald Trump will auction off the rights to his social media feeds and endorsement after he leaves the White House. Facebook will be the top bidder.

Republicans will be openly considering splitting the party in two by the end of the year, with commerce groups and traditional conservatives forcing the divorce.

Senator Ron Johnson will announce he is not running for re-election. Former Congressman Sean Duffy will come out of retirement to run.

Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow and former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch will emerge as the top two Republican candidates for governor.

There will be a Democratic primary challenger to Governor Tony Evers.

Democrats will be successful in pushing for a statue of former Secretary of State Vel Phillips at the Capitol. They will conveniently forget that they pushed her out of office in a primary after she was investigated for an ethics complaint. Current Secretary of State Doug La Follette will be forced to apologize for defeating her.

Election attorney Mike Maistelman will be successful in knocking every candidate off the ballot in a municipal race, leaving only a space for a write-in on the ballot.

Giannis Antetokounmpo will make his stage debut in a production of Tikki Tikki Tembo. They will have a problem finding a well deep enough.

Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson (D) will never be heard from again once Alex Lasry and his checkbook jump into the race for U.S. Senate.

The state budget will not pass until November when members of the Joint Finance Committee privately complain to Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) that they have plans for Thanksgiving.

Kyle Rittenhouse will be acquitted. 

Democrats will block funding for a Trump Presidential Museum and Casino.