By any objective measure, Donald Trump is poised to lose the November election by a wide margin. Taking into consideration new swing-state polls from Quinnipiac University that show Trump trailing Hillary Clinton by 12, 10 and 3 points in Virginia, Colorado and Iowa, respectively, we can use RealClearPolitics’s average of recent polls in swing states (and 2012 results everywhere else) to estimate how this thing would turn out: Clinton with the easy win, improving on President Obama in 2012. – Washington Post
Here’s an article that shows definitively that Hillary is going to win the election but it doesn’t make much sense.
Every day something else goes wrong for Hillary. First the FBI explains she handled top secret data carelessly and then, not much later, leaked emails show she conspired with the Democratic Party to steal the nomination.
Recently, there have been allegations she was behind the murders of one or more individuals close to the Democratic Party, including one young man who may have “leaked” emails to WikiLeaks, HERE.
And her health seems to be a concern. She stumbles when she walks and has trouble standing up during public appearances and has to take a seat. There are even video clips seeming to show she has seizures, HERE.
And yet … through all of this and more, Hillary has kept accruing leads around the country. To some extent, her progress is blamed on Trump’s gaffes, though this doesn’t seem to make much sense either.
Trump is supposedly losing because he is making naïve and simplistic statements. For instance, he says he doesn’t “trust” intelligence agencies, HERE.
This is being held up as a reason not to vote for him. But as we recall, not so long ago, the CIA tried to blackmail Congress. HERE. Then there are consistent reports that the CIA deals drugs around the world to generate black-budget income. What Trump is saying makes perfect sense, and yet it is being held up as proof of his unfitness to serve.
Yesterday, we carried an article by Michael Moore accusing Trump of entering the race for publicity reasons. But even if one grants this, Trump doesn’t seem to have made statements that account for his current poor numbers.
What we are suggesting bluntly, and we have before, HERE, is that the polls are being manipulated. We note lately that Hillary not being trusted has stopped being discussed. It has simply been dropped even though her poll numbers keep rising.
Trump himself has worried about vote rigging. And now comes an article in USA Today that reinforces suspicions:
App maker: Trump will win election … Despite a majority of opinion polls showing the 2016 presidential election going to Democrat Hillary Clinton, a smartphone app developer says his data suggests challenger Donald Trump will be the victor.
“Based on the stats we see, he looks strong,” says Ric Militi, co-founder of San Diego-based Crazy Raccoons, maker of the Zip question and answer app. His app poses questions and polls responses based on an average of 100,000 daily users. “I go with Trump, based on what we see.”
Militi explains that he uses “the power social media” to gain results that go beyond what is provided by question-based opinion polls.“We’re not a poll. We’re a conversation, and 100% anonymous.”
Some Zip questions: — ”New polls suggest Trump is getting crushed by Clinton. Do they reflect how you are going to vote?” Some 64% told Zip they would vote for Trump, compared to 36% for Clinton.
Zips’ founders say the app proved right about Trump during the primaries and they have no reason to doubt it remains accurate against Hillary.
From our point of view, Zip is more likely correct than the RealPolitics/WashPo numbers we cited at the beginning of this article. Something simply doesn’t add up. Why would people continue to add to their backing of Hillary during a time when she mishandled emails, conspired against Sanders and seems likely to have significant health problems.
What’s going on is a false narrative, a kind of “directed history.” It is fairly clear that the US mainstream media as a whole is anti-Trump, HERE. It is certainly possible this prejudice extends to polling facilities as well.
One can certainly establish through polling and various anti-Trump narratives that he is fumbling away the election. And having created this false narrative, one simply needs to manipulate the actual vote to declare Hillary the winner.
Is there any evidence of voter manipulation?
[From Conservative Daily] … Don’t Vote On THESE Machines, They Are Literally Controlling Them For Hillary … Guy Hacks and Alters Voting Machine In Under 5 Minutes … Donald Trump has publicly admitted he is afraid this election will be rigged or stolen from him. Millions of Americans agree with this logic, as well.
… Hillary Clinton recently kicked off an initiative called, ” My Dream, Your Vote.” The goal is to reach the 730,000 “young people” that are currently living in this country illegally. Hillary uses words like “dreamers” and “believers” when referring to them because she doesn’t want people to know what they really are: illegal.
Ask yourself, why would the Clinton’s not cheat again? The issue we have is multi-pronged: we will have to deal with large numbers of voter fraud as well as election theft via manipulated computerized machines.
A majority of states use computers with DIEBOLD/PES voting machines. There have been several reports from sources close to this that the machines have had faulty switches, glitches, and have been kept in unsecured locations for quite some time now.
So we can see how election theft might work. It is simple enough. Establish that Hillary is winning through a variety of manipulated polls and then use the much-questioned Diebold machines to actually throw the election in her favor.
The article goes on to point out that even a rudimentary “eye test” shows something is wrong with the polling. Hillary routinely attends meetings at fairly small venues and still has trouble filling them. Trump is regularly filling convention centers.
The article also cites Reuters polls that were apparently altered to favor Hillary. And there is this:
Here is another interesting fact: the state that is in power controls the voting machines. As an example, swing states like Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania were won by Obama in 2012, so Democrats in those states control the voting machines. Do you really think they will play fair with the stakes this high?
The polls seem obviously questionable. And as it turns out, the party in power has control of the voting machines.
The article concludes by suggesting that the only way Trump will win is if enough people turn out to vote for him. An informed and committed electorate is key. “If we all vote in record numbers, she can’t alter these machines because someone will notice and catch her.”
In several recent articles HERE and HERE we pointed out there seems plans afoot to try to move ahead with a merger of Mexico, Canada and the US in what is called the North American Union. With or without a single currency.
It is quite likley resistance to Trump in certain quarters has to do with the possibility that he would resist such a strategy. In this case, even though longer-term trends very evidently favor ongoing internationalism, his election might serve to slow what’s taking place.
We have the power to stop her by sharing stories like this so we all know what to watch out for in November. We need millions of people in swing states to see these stories!
Whether the “power to stop Hillary” actually exists, the reality is that if Hillary does become president, warring abroad and currency debasement domestically will likely advance aggressively. If she is truly unwell, her husband can always take over for her (assuming he is not sick, too) formally or informally. It’s happened before.
Conclusion: In the longer term, many US sociopolitical and economic trends may be unstoppable, but in the shorter term, it is certainly possible that a Trump presidency might slow them – at least for a little while.