Today is the last normally scheduled veto meeting of the summer, however, we’re not going to be in for any surprises.
After Josh nominated Alex and Kevin for eviction, Alex thought that she’d be safe if her or Paul were to end up winning the veto. When Paul did end up winning that veto, she was convinced that she was safe and even gloated some while alone. When she tried coming to Paul about who they’re taking to the final three with them, Paul shut that down.
Paul told Alex that he’s not going to use the veto on her, giving the reason that he’d be throwing his game out the window because Christmas, Josh, and Kevin all wouldn’t give him their jury votes if he were to do that. Instead of trying to leverage her and Jason’s jury vote for her safety, Alex said that he has to do what is best for him and promised Paul that he’ll have her jury vote and she’ll campaign for him in jury, giving Paul an incentive to send her out this week rather than try to save her.
That being said, Paul isn’t going to use the veto and he’s going to leave Alex and Kevin on the block. There is a chance that Alex does end up staying this week, as Josh wants Christmas and Paul to split the votes so that he has the last decision. Josh talked in private about doing this to get Alex on his side by telling her everything that has gone on behind her back, but this all comes down to whether or not Christmas and Paul actually do split the votes, which right now it doesn’t look like they will be.