My opponent has committed a dangerous mistake just the last round, confirming the premise. Firstly, I clearly misspelled in the last round, saying " one, he hasn't one all the debates", which in the context, is meant to say "one, he hasn't WON all debates", but "one all debates" is completely meaningless, which con completely fails to notice. This is a crucial mistake. If your opponent is wrong about something, you should point it out. Con seems adamant on this notion. But he himself has failed to notice this.
He also ironically made a grammar mistake in the very last round. Grammarly says that he accidentally included a comma after "mistake" -- https://prnt.sc/u6ci2c
, which is a grammatical mistake, however small. As such, he has already lost the debate.
He thinks I can't predict the future, but I only intend to repeat the same points over and over again and keep trying to aggravate con to make a mistake (if he is able to negate the fact that he has made one). As such, unless con proves he can learn or gain something from this debate, it is a waste of time (as said in round 1), and would hence be a mistake to even accept this debate or even post arguments for it.