As now appears to have happened — the two major parties either tied at 35 seats or one seat apart, but with multiple major news organizations reporting Netanyahu is the one with the "clear path" to form a (supposedly "right-wing") coalition government.
What was my secret source of information?
No secret. I just read the Associated Press, where AP Jerusalem Correspondent (and pro-Arab Brown University graduate) Isabel DeBre reported Sunday and Monday that the race was "too close to call." Because the aging, out-of-step Netanyahu — who's "under investigation" by his own Leftist Deep State — was dependent on a "religious, working-class political base," the . . . (wait for it) . . . "walls were closing in" on the 10-year prime minister, Miss DeBre informed us.