With Donald Trump looking more and more like he will defeat Hillary Clinton in the presidential election Democrats seem to be perplexed. How can The Smartest Woman in the World possibly not be winning this race by huge margins?
The answer is simple: Because Donald Trump is nowhere near the caricature that the media have made him out to be, and Americans are seeing this every day and liking him better now that the election is upon us.
But that did not stop a high United Nation ‘human rights’ official named Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein saying that Trump would be “dangerous” as president. This alone is proof positive that Trump will be a good president. Doesn’t that name sound Muslim? Should we ever trust the United Nations to do what is right?
Yes and no.
At the same time Hillary Clinton is sinking into oblivion with her e-mail scandal. We now know that the e-mail investigation is more tainted than we even thought. It turns out that a top Justice Department official named Peter Kadzik tipped off the Clinton presidential campaign that the e-mail investigation was coming. Thank you Wikileaks for that tidbit.
Here is what Infowars.com says is the potential information on the computer involved in the current email investigation involving the laptop of Anthony Weiner, the husband of Hillary’s most trusted aide Huma Abedin:
Abedin forwarded classified and top secret State Department emails to Weiner’s email
Abedin stored emails, containing government secrets, in a special folder shared with Weiner warehousing over 500,000 archived State Department emails.
Weiner had access to these classified and top secret documents without proper security clearance to view the records
Abedin also used a personal yahoo address and her Clintonemail.com address to send/receive/store classified and top secret documents
A private consultant managed Weiner’s site for the last six years, including three years when Clinton was secretary of state, and therefore, had full access to all emails as the domain’s listed registrant and administrator via Whois email contacts.
This is just the latest example of why we cannot trust Democrats, and Hillary Clinton in particular, with leading our great nation founded on values of honesty, truth and Constitutional principles. Americans now are seeing this every day as new revelations emerge.
We even are seeing a breaking story about how secretary of state Hillary Clinton allegedly helped to facilitate the sale of up to 50% of America’s uranium supply to Russian interests. That all was wrapped up in a pay-for-play deal involving tens of millions in contributions to the Clinton Foundation, an issue which is now bubbling up too. Clinton pay-for-play tentacles even reach back as far as 2001 and the infamous pardoning of fugitive international financier Marc Rich by outgoing president Bill Clinton on his final day in office.
There is nothing that Hillary Clinton can do to control the hemorrhaging of support over her scandals since her elite friends in New York and Hollywood can no longer control everything that we see and hear. Thank God for the internet. Without the internet we would never have known about most of this Clinton skullduggery.
And so it is Donald Trump’s image versus the reality of Hillary Clinton that is at play here. As a private businessman Trump has never instituted a single law or influenced events in the Middle East. Yet he has been smeared only over the perception that the media have created of him based on his policy suggestions.
At the same time Hillary Clinton was secretary of state as the Middle East descended into chaos, and as the Benghazi consulate was attacked, and she used a private e-mail server, threatening our national security. So Trump versus Clinton is a sterling case of perception versus reality, and unfortunately for the media and the Clinton campaign American voters are seeing past the media filter and looking at reality.
And now that Americans are paying close attention that reality is shifting rapidly. In early August, Hillary was seen as a shoo-in but that has now shifted significantly. Nikitas3.com believes that Trump is going to win, and has believed this from the start.
More and more Americans like Trump and are seeing him as a strong and confident potential president. Trump is making solid proposals to reform the country. He is speaking clearly. He is vigorous and healthy.
Even the liberal election guru Nate Silver, whom Democrats worship, said that Trump had just a 5% chance of even getting the nomination. Yet now Trump looks like he can easily win the whole election. So Trump is surging beyond belief, and just at the right time before the election.
Trump is much like Ronald Reagan. When Reagan ran for president in 1980 the media also acted as if he could not possibly be elected, that he was just a washed-up actor from Hollywood. They said that he was a lunatic who would start a nuclear war.
They ran polls in Summer 1980 showing that Reagan would lose to incumbent Democrat president Jimmy Carter by up to 30 points despite the fact that the nation and the economy were in terrible shape under Carter, as they are under Obama. Two weeks before the election they had Reagan down by 8 points, yet Reagan then went on to utterly trounce Carter.
So we had another big disconnect between what the people see and know and what the media want us to see and know.
Even two figures from that 1980 election, Carter pollster Pat Caddell and Reagan operative Ed Rollins, are both suggesting today that Trump is on the way to the White House. They are seeing patterns in this election much like 1980, with a significant shift in voter sentiments at the final days to the challenger Donald Trump.
And by the way most Americans now acknowledge that Reagan was one of our greatest presidents ever, while Obama now is being seen as one of the worst.
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