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  1. Bonacoursing the Polls might also become part of the Lexicon as well. Depending on the result.

  2. Good idea. You might as well as they are being rigged in an effort to depress Trump’s vote, this latest one notwithstanding. According to my calculations Trump is in the range of 15% to -37% going by previous “poll”.

  3. RUSH ARCHIVE: The polling data in 1980 had Jimmy Carter nine points, winning by nine points, four or five days out. I will never forget that election night, folks. In 1980 it was so bad for the Democrats — they got skunked so bad — Jimmy Carter conceded before 10 p.m. Eastern time. Those three networks, you should have seen the long faces and all of the reporters that were at various campaign headquarter locations.

    CHANCELLOR: Good evening, and welcome to NBC News’ coverage of 1980 presidential election. Our team of correspondents, analysts, pollsters, and commentators is assembled here in New York and around the country to see if Jimmy Carter can win reelection or if Ronald Reagan will be going to the Oval Office. We have been polling around the country in the key states, NBC News and the Associated Press, and what we’re learning in the key states is that makes us believe that Ronald Reagan will win a very substantial victory tonight. Very substantial. That’s our belief as of the moment based on polls in key states.

    RUSH: That was how coverage opened. And he was talking about the exit polls. AP and the networks all combined to pay for and conduct the exit polls back in 1980, and it’s still the case pretty much ’til today. But how rare is it to have the election-night coverage kick off with: Folks, it looks bleak out there if you’re a Jimmy Carter fan. We’re learning here in our research, in our election polling out there, makes us believe that Ronaldus Magnus “will win a very substantial victory tonight. Very substantial. That’s our belief as of the moment.”

  4. Washington Post is a propaganda sheet of Israel. Fred HIatt, the Israel First neocon editor was probably the mastermind of the bogus ABC/Wapo poll showing Hillary leading by 12 points.

  5. Even at 50-48-2 Trump is still competitive.

    The question is whether the blacks, Mexicans, and single moms will show up.

  6. The day of rigging poll results as a political weapon draws to a close. These creeps now have to worry about the money and reputation of their polls going forward. Monmouth will have to stop counting females as 66% of the electorate, as they suggested in highly-promoted polls which I saw on tv just before the last debate began. (“Trump is down 9% going into this debate– too large a deficit to overcome.”) Wash Post/ ABC can no longer wildly over- sample Dems. Their poll went from Hillary +12 to +2 in 4 or 5 days. Pat Caddell (Jimmy Carter pollster) has time and time again exposed their shenanigans.

  7. I have basically given up watching any more news broadcasts because of all the jew lies and anti-Trump hysteria. I never thought I would say this but I am actually listening to Limbaugh and Hannity on the radio again, because they are almost the ones in the establishment media who openly pro-Trump and pro-Truth.

  8. Comments about HRC by her own top people (from Wikileaks):

    Hillary Clinton is a liar. She has terrible instincts. She doesn’t believe in anything. Her head is broken. She doesn’t know why she should be president. She is pathological. And she is psychotic.

    And it seems that she has a serious drinking problem.

  9. Goldberg thinks there is a chance Mc Muffin will be president.


    So if you asked me yesterday what I thought the chances were of Evan McMullin would end up being the next president, I would have said somewhere between .0001 and .01 percent. I think as of right now the odds are closer to between .1 and 1. I still think most gamblers would bet that Hillary wins, despite today’s bombshell. But who knows? The polls were already tightening, more news keeps coming out, and, as I note below, Hillary doesn’t thrive in the limelight. Certainly, it’s not unreasonable to think this makes it more likely she doesn’t win in the landslide we saw coming last week. Or maybe, just maybe she falls just enough and Trump rises just enough that neither gets to 270, particularly after McMullin takes Utah off the map. As I explained in my column earlier this week, that’s the only remotely plausible way McMullin can be the next president. If the election ends without either candidate getting to the 270 votes necessary to win (and if the electors don’t go rogue), it goes to the House.

    The GOP will probably still control the House but with fewer seats. Each state votes as a delegation, which means you just need a majority of congressmen from each state to go the right way. And then, vanilla logic kicks in. As I explained in my column: Here, the vanilla rule might apply. Vanilla is one of the most popular flavors in America not because it’s everyone’s favorite, but because it is the least objectionable to the greatest number of people. There are probably no Democrats who wouldn’t prefer McMullin to Trump. There are almost certainly no Republicans who wouldn’t prefer McMullin to Clinton. Picking the least objectionable option is often the essence of statesmanship. If 26 state delegations pick the least-bad option, McMullin becomes the first Mormon president.

  10. I don’t know much about Anonymous and similar groups but the first 10 minutes of this video is very interesting. We shall soon find out how much is true/false.

    ‘Hacked Hillary Emails’ The 33K Deleted Revealed by Nov 1.

  11. Her stalwart MSM supporters and cheerleaders are loathe to admit their Hildebeast is in big trouble. Perhaps dropping her poll numbers to a slight lead will make themselves look less foolish and bias come election night.

  12. Posted at B.B.

    Hoot! They circled the wagons!!
    Social Media blackout in effect across the board
    Social Media Blackout? FBI Emails Are Not ‘Trending’ On Twitter, Facebook, Buzzfeed, Or Snapchat

    In the 24 hours since FBI Director Comey dropped perhaps the biggest bombshell of the entire Presidential campaign, sending Democrats (and media) scrambling headless-chicken-like for answers (and blame-scaping), does anyone else find it odd that ‘FBI Emails’ does not appear to be a hot topic, trending, big deal on any social media?

  13. The GOP cucks are Nevertrump to the bitter end.

    In a Friday interview with NBC Sports Network’s “Dan Patrick Show,” Ohio governor and former Republican presidential candidate John Kasich said he is still undecided on who he will vote for, but it will not be for the GOP’s Donald Trump or the Democrat’s Hillary Clinton.

    “I haven’t decided, but I am not voting for Trump or Clinton. Maybe I will write you in, Dan,” Kasich told host Dan Patrick.

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