Media and Polls Say it’s Over–Hillary Wins

October/21/2016 14:26PM
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It’s been quite a week. Trump started the conversation about the election being rigged. He wasn’t just referring to the process of voting, but the entire campaign. The billions of dollars in free negative campaign air and print time given to Ms. Clinton by a media that still tries to pretend they aren’t doing what we all see them doing.  If you  had a food fight with the media and the rules were , we can throw food but you can’t, would that be rigged? It’s bad enough they are doing it, but worse that they are denying it.

Let’s just look at WikiLeaks vs. the Trump tape.  The e-mails show all sorts of improper behavior that should be part of a fair election decision. Suppression was applied and the public was spared the gruesome details of the inner workings of the Clinton campaign. Now, we see she came up with the idea of hitting Morocco up for a few million for her slush fund. This was after, after not before, she announced she was running for president. She says she visited 110 countries as Secretary of State. Probably hit every one up for cash, that may have been the point of the visits since she did nothing of consequence. Now, she’s doubling back to get the stragglers. No reason to stop this when she’s president, she can send Bill and Chelsea as she did to Morocco. Still, the bimbo thing was front and center and no mention of the Clinton corruption. Here’s the classic example.

The after debate analysis on Fox News was handled by Brett Baer and Megyn Kelly. It was a good debate and Chris Wallace did a fine job. Megyn went off for several minutes about Trump’s alleged groping of women. If was embarrassing. I checked in with Twitter/Fox News. It was ugly calling her names, suggesting she go to CNN, and viewers turning off the program.


So, Fox News, the last bastion of so-called fairness is now aligned with the left.

It was a good debate, by most accounts Trump won, until the media seized on the “no I will contest if I lose” comment.  Ignoring all the rest. The lack of any economic plan by Clinton, the Foundation issue, the failures of all her foreign policy work, the e-mail scandal, etc. Really,

hillarly dancing with media

So, based on that comment and pat answer the media gives on voter fraud, there is very little, they are handing the election to Hillary.

Let’s go back to 1980, Carter vs. Reagan.

For weeks before the presidential election, the gurus of public opinion polling were nearly unanimous in their findings. In survey after survey, they agreed that the coming choice between President Jimmy Carter and Challenger Ronald Reagan was “too close to call.” A few points at most, they said, separated the two major contenders.

But when the votes were counted, the former California Governor had defeated Carter by a margin of 51% to 41% in the popular vote–a rout for a U.S. presidential race. In the electoral college, the Reagan victory was a 10-to-1 avalanche that left the President holding only six states and the District of Columbia.


One of Reagan’s quotes before the election: “Professional politicians like to talk about the value of experience n government. Nuts!! The only experience you gain in politics is how to be political”.

So the media, wrong at every step, the pollsters, wrong at ever step, the cowardly Republican establishment, wrong at whatever little they have done since we gave them the House and Senate, all of them are sure Hillary has it in the bag. Poster boy for that is Karl Rove, remember him from the last election making a fool of himself.

The American public was fed up with Jimmy Carter in 1980. The American public is fed up with Obama in 2016 and Clinton is just more Obama. Who knows, maybe voters will address the issues and not the shiny things the media is attracted to and pushes like drugs to the public.

Hey, who can argue with term limits?







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