he knows and everyone knows that 90 percent of the konferderat voters will go for Duda over PO
It would be good to know what you're talking about before making such assumptions. PiS barely increased their vote in the Senate races as opposed to the Sejm, which means that ~1m Konfederacja votes went somewhere else. Even allowing for the possibility that some people voted for a split ticket, it doesn't account for where the rest of the vote went.
Not one single commentator believes that Duda will take 90% of the Bosak vote. PiS themselves aren't even talking about it, because they know that it's a dangerous thing to rely on. After all, let's not forget that for some Konfederacja supporters, Duda is jhated
for his pro-Jewish stance.
As for 'neo-liberal scumbags', perhaps you can tell us why you support the First Bankster of Polish politics. Nothing says 'neo-liberal' more than running a foreign bank for years, does it?
Was talking to a friend who hates Bosak on principle (for his stupid identity politics) but has been positively impressed
I think Bosak correctly understood that the usual identity politics were going to get him nowhere, but that focusing on real world issues such as PiS separating families in border areas was much more effective. In particular, I see that Bosak is hammering home the "no more new taxes" line too.
I'd say that's already started
It has, but only to the extent of largely preventing Konfederacja from appearing on public TV/radio. I predict much worse if Duda loses, because they'll need a scapegoat.