Rigged Election #Debate 3: Wikileaks, Project Veritas, @RealDonaldTrump, And #Hillary2016

Donald J. Trump has a sweet big problem for Wednesday’s third and final presidential debate. Trump’s problem is to select which categories of scandals – as documented by Wikileaks, Project Veritas, and the FBI, – to highlight. Debate “moderator” Chris Wallace likewise has a big decision to make too. Wallace must decide if he will break the Big Media blockade of the many scandals illuminated by Wikileaks, Project Veritas, and the FBI. Hillary Clinton’s big problem will be how to formulate the same “deny and distract” response to every question while appearing to answer every question individually and forthrightly.

As we previously advised, Donald J. Trump should reply to every Hillary Clinton answer with a mocking is that your private view too or is that just your public lies to fool the public? And as we have always advised, Donald J. Trump needs to communicate in grand themes not little attacks. The “private view” versus “public view” falls into that strategy. The point is to highlight that Trump believes Hillary is dishonest and not good for America as a grand theme, not to pinprick individual inconsistencies.

Don’t focus on little lies and inconsistencies and corruptions – there are too many and you will sound like a nut the more you tell the truth – because the truth is so hideous it appears to be written in an insane asylum not the halls of power whence it originates.

Donald J. Trump also has to focus on the grand theme of this as a “rigged election” and/or “rigged system” he has often talked about. On this grand theme Trump has evidence on two types of “rigged election”. The first is a rigged election as in actual voter fraud (as well as organized violence against Trump supporters) and election theft. Trump can cite Hillary2008 as evidence of voter fraud:

EMAILS: Clinton Allies ‘Believe The Obama Forces’ Committed Voter Fraud In ’08

Two attorneys with close ties to the Clinton family believe then-Sen. Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign “flooded” the caucuses with “ineligible voters,” according to leaked emails.

We wrote about the flood of ineligible voters before the Iowa vote in 2008. Trump can also cite Barack Obama, who today attacked Donald J. Trump for saying the election is rigged, Bernie Sanders and others who have declared the system is rigged.

Trump also has to declare and demonstrate the election is rigged by Big Media and via ballot fraud/voter fraud. Big Media is the enemy as are those who proactively steal our votes with ineligible votes. Donald J. Trump understands the links between the rigged election and the Big Media connection:

The likelihood is that Donald J. Trump will have to thematically lay out his case without help from Chris Wallace, the moderator. But it is possible that self-interest will lead Wallace to break the Big Media cartel blockade of how Big Media has rigged this election.

Chris Wallace of Fox News could ask Hillary Clinton about the hefty bag of sh*t called Donna Brazile. We recall how in 2008 CNN fired Paul Begala and James Carville because CNN wanted “impartial” analysis. CNN kept Barack Obama shill Donna Brazile on air even as she attacked this website and demanded that Hillary Clinton close this website down. Now the bag of sh*t has been caught giving Hillary2016 inside campaign information from the DNC (she is now Chair of that corruption). Even more relevant is how Donna Brazile, bag of sh*t, gave Hillary Clinton questions to be asked by CNN at a debate.

Chris Wallace should ask Hillary Clinton if anyone at Fox News gave her the questions to the debate to which Hillary Clinton will respond with a clear “no”. Wallace can then follow up by asking Hillary Clinton whether she thinks it is corrupt to take insider information about debate questions and whether she thinks CNN is corrupt in light of the fact that CNN has done nothing, no investigation as to how Hillary Clinton acquired debate questions, no investigation as to Donna Brazile’s role, no investigation as to Roland Martin’s role. No investigation by CNN as their debate questions leaked to a candidate they clearly favor.

Chris Wallace should explore the Big Media corruption and rigged election. If not, Donald J. Trump will have to be the hero.

To everything, to every question, Hillary Clinton’s strategy should be, and will be, to goad Donald J. Trump and to turn all the talk to sex. As we have advised, Donald J. Trump should not allow himself to be goaded but rather should turn this strategy of sex talk goading into a tactical victory. This means Donald J. Trump should respond with an answer designed to appeal to young women who will vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Donald J. Trump could say that any young woman who votes for Hillary Clinton should recall how Hillary Clinton attacked a young woman Bill Clinton used as a cigar humidor.

We intend to do a comprehensive Wikileaks, Project Veritas, FBI, analysis. For now the extensive research done in our comments section should curl the hair of anyone interested in preserving the little that remains of our democracy.

To all the corruption of this election as documented in our comments section by McNorman and others, Donald J. Trump has responded with an ethics plan. We expect that plan will be a thematic hook for Trump.

Trump’s ethics plan will be one thematic hook to be conjoined with the Big Media and voter fraud themes. The “private view” versus “public” lies should be another thematic grand stroke.

We have another grand thematic masterstroke which Trump should employ if anyone from his campaign should be interested. We might write about it tomorrow before the debate.

The most important of the grand themes Trump should highlight tomorrow is a variation of the Make America Great Again leitmotiv which courses through the Trump opera.

To our thinking from all the many leaks and emails thus far released there is one email which should take prominence. Possibly the most important email released thus far for Donald J. Trump to highlight Wednesday night:

Followed by the second most important email released thus far:

Wikileaks drops the smoking gun on the Iran Deal—
John Podesta thinks nuclear war is coming!

From today’s Wikileaks release:

John Anzalone to John Podesta (quoting Sen. Kirk of IL): “This agreement condemns the next generation to cleaning up a nuclear war in the Persian Gulf… This is the greatest appeasement since Chamberlain gave Czechoslovakia to Hitler.”

John Podesta’s reply: “Yup.”

My God people…they actually expect nuclear war.
And the paid the terrorist Iranian regime as much as $33.6 billion in cash and gold payments.

Nuclear war in the aftermath of Obama appeasement. In this election the stakes are that high. Donald J. Trump might have to change his theme from “Make America Great Again” to “Save America Once Again”.


90 thoughts on “Rigged Election #Debate 3: Wikileaks, Project Veritas, @RealDonaldTrump, And #Hillary2016

  1. David Gelerntner of Yale reinvents our “voters in a snake put will take any stick handed to them” and brings out the gin bottle:


    Trump and the Emasculated Voter
    There’s only one way to protect the nation from Hillary Clinton, and that is to vote for Donald Trump. [snip]

    Mr. Trump’s candidacy is a message from the voters. He is the empty gin bottle they have chosen to toss through the window. The message begins with the fact that voters hear what the leaders and pundits don’t: the profound contempt for America and Americans that Mrs. Clinton and President Obama share and their frightening lack of emotional connection to this nation and its people.

    Mr. Obama is arch, patronizing, so magnificently weary of having to explain it all, again and again, to the dummies surrounding him. Mrs. Clinton has told us proudly how thoroughly she prepared for the first debate and has prepared to be president. For her, it is all a matter of learning your lines. Her whole life has been memorized in advance. Mr. Obama is at least sincere. Mrs. Clinton is as phony as a three-dollar bill, as a Clinton Global Initiative.

    Mr. Obama has governed like a third-rate tyrant. He’s been a stern baby sitter to an American public that is increasingly getting on his nerves. ObamaCare and the Iran treaty are his big achievements. That the public has always disliked them, and hates them worse as it knows them better, strikes him as so unspeakably irrelevant; he doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry. Do you ask 6-year-olds if they like going to school? Luckily, a few grown-ups have been set over the public to keep it in line.

    Mrs. Clinton couldn’t agree more. Policy is for smart people, who are people of the left by definition—leftists having scored all those big successes over the years in foreign policy, race relations, policing, restarting wounded economies, making unsecured loans, running school systems and so on. On topics from Keystone to Guantanamo, Mr. Obama has made it clear that he doesn’t give a damn what people think—he no longer even tries to explain to the citizenry. Do your homework! Understand?

    Yes, leadership sometimes requires that you take an unpopular position and make it popular. We are told that Mr. Obama is working on his “legacy” instead, as if that makes him farsighted instead of irresponsible and insanely vain. Presidents are supposed to run the country, not worry about their reputation in coming centuries.

    Trump voters have noticed that, not just over Mr. Obama’s term but in recent decades, their own opinions have grown increasingly irrelevant. It’s something you feel, like encroaching numbness. Since when has the American public endorsed affirmative action? Yet it’s a major factor in the lives of every student and many workers. Since when did we decide that men and women are interchangeable in hand-to-hand combat on the front lines? Why do we insist on women in combat but not in the NFL? Because we take football seriously. That’s no joke; it’s the sad truth.

    Did we invite the federal bureaucracy to take charge of school bathrooms? I guess I missed that meeting. The schools are corrupt and the universities rotten to the core, and everyone has known it since the 1980s. But the Democrats are owned by the teachers unions, and Republicans have made only small-scale corrections to a system that needs to be ripped out and carefully disposed of, like poison ivy.

    The Emasculated Voter to whom no one pays any attention is the story of modern democracy. Instead of putting voters in charge, we tell them they’re in charge, and it’s just as good. That’s the Establishment’s great discovery in the Lois Lerner Age.

    Enter Mr. Trump. People say he became a star because he just happened to mention an issue that just happened to catch on. But immigration is the central issue of our time. Trump voters zeroed in because they saw what most intellectuals didn’t. What is our nation and what will it be? Will America go on being America or turn into something else? That depends on who lives here—especially given our schools, which no longer condescend to teach Americanism.

    The liberal theory is that, other things being equal, all human beings have an equal right to settle in America. For liberals this is too obvious to spell out. But it is also too ludicrous to defend. Does all mankind have a right to camp in your backyard, eat in your kitchen, work at your office and borrow your best jogging outfit? We fail in our duty if we don’t think carefully whom we want in this country, who would be best for America.

    Furthermore, we know that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” But that’s got nothing to do with immigration; freedom of religion means freedom for American citizens—what else could it possibly mean? We must not tamper with Americans’ religious life. We must not admit, as possible future citizens, anyone we don’t choose to; anyone we don’t think will be good for America. Not to admit Muslims is bad policy but it does not violate freedom of religion and the American people have a perfect right to discuss and debate it. [snip]

    Nothing can stop Mr. Trump from shooting off his mouth, but that’s all right. I want America’s enemies off-balance and guessing. For eight years it’s been Humiliate America season—buzz our ships, capture and embarrass our men, murder an American ambassador—a resoundingly successful attempt to spit in our faces and tell each one of us to drop dead. Thanks, Mr. President. Enough is enough. You know that Hillary is Obama Part III. We can’t let that happen. Parts I and II have brought us close enough to catastrophe.

  2. Donald J. Trump is a scamp!!! This is too funny:


    Obama’s half-brother will be at Vegas debate cheering for Trump

    President Obama’s Kenyan-born, half-brother Malik will be in the audience in Las Vegas Wednesday night when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off in their third and final debate.

    Malik — an American citizen who lives in Washington, DC, when he’s not in Kenya — says he will be a guest of Trump, the Republican nominee he supports for president.

    I’m excited to be at the debate. Trump can make America great again,” Malik told The Post.

    “I look very much forward to meeting and being with Malik,” Trump said. “He gets it far better than his brother.”

    Malik agrees with Trump that the mainstream media is biased, and he dismisses the women who claim Trump kissed or groped them without their permission.

    “I don’t believe them,” Malik said. “Why didn’t they come forward before?”

    Malik also blasted Clinton’s performance as secretary of the State Department for exacerbating the chaos and violence in the Mideast. Malik said ousted Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy had been a good friend. “Check out the situation in Libya now,” he said.

  3. HillaryClinton’s “Sudden Move” Of $1.8 BILLION To Qatar Central Bank Stuns Financial World


    As Wikileaks secret Hillary Clinton emails have now proven that the US propaganda mainstream media is now totally controlled by her, and who continue their blackout on the “Clinton Crime Story of the Century”, this report continues, the absolutely horrifying statistics released this week showing that an astounding 35% of American who have been brutalized by the Obama-Clinton regime these past 8 years are so buried in debt they can no longer pay their bills is, likewise, being kept from these most innocent of peoples.

    And rather than the US propaganda mainstream media warning the American people of their economies looming destruction, this report concludes, they have, instead, begun a “systemic mainstream misinformation” campaign to manipulate the presidential election polls showing Hillary Clinton leading—but that stands opposed to actual (but unreported) polls showing Donald Trump leading.

    Critical Note: A highly classified SVR amendment to this MoF report states that upon Qatar receiving Hillary Clinton’s $1.8 billion earlier today, one of that sheikdoms royal places was “ordered emptied” in preparation for the “early November arrival” of a “high value” dignitary—Hillary Clinton perhaps?

  4. Trump understands “Big Media is the enemy”:


    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has gone thermonuclear on the media in a way we’ve never seen from any political figure — or any public figure — before.

    From a Trump rally in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Thursday:

    “It’s one of the great political phenomenons. The most powerful weapon deployed by the Clintons is the corporate media, the press. Let’s be clear on one thing: The corporate media in our country is no longer involved in journalism. They are political special interest no different than any lobbyist or other financial entity with a total political agenda — and the agenda is not for you, it’s for themselves. Their agenda is to elect crooked Hillary Clinton at any cost, at any price, no matter how many lives they destroy. For them, it’s a war, and for them, nothing at all is out of bounds. This is a struggle for the survival of our nation. Believe me.”

    Reaction to Trump’s critique of the media by many left-leaning media members and advocates was about what one would expect, referring to it as dangerous and dark and totalitarian and conspiratorial and just about every other word from the 2016 Hyperbole Style Guide. Those conclusions, of course, are just air without any real foundation in terms of numbers or data to support it.

    Speaking of data, try this on for size:

    In viewing recordings by The Hill of each major network’s evening newscasts, which are watched by an average total of 22 million to 24 million people nightly, the newest batch of WikiLeaks revelations was covered for a combined 57 seconds out of 66 minutes of total air time on ABC, NBC and CBS.

    Those leaked emails include derogatory comments about Catholics by senior Clinton campaign officials and more disturbing examples of collusion between the media and her campaign It’s newsworthy stuff) —

    On the other hand, allegations from four women of unwanted sexual advances by Trump were covered a combined 23 minutes.

    Add it all up, and one presidential candidate’s negative news of the day was somehow covered more than 23 times more than another candidate’s negative news of the day. [snip]

    “NBC Nightly News” with Lester Holt devoted zero seconds to the Democrat and Wikileaks on Thursday night.

    “ABC World News Tonight” with David Muir gave it the same time as a shot clock in college basketball: 30 seconds.

    “CBS Evening News” with Scott Pelley when 27 seconds with the story.

    To put the importance of evening news editorial into context, the size of the its collective audience each night trounces the highest-rated program on CNN. In Wednesday night’s case, that was “Anderson Cooper 360,” with 1.925 million viewers. On MSNBC, it was “All in with Chris Hayes,” with 1.926 million. On Fox News, it was “The O’Reilly Factor,” with 3.728 million.

    Add all of those up, and it’s just shy of 7.6 million, or about one-third the number of people watching ABC, NBC and CBS, the networks presenting — in theory, anyway — straight news stories without the opinion and conjecture that dominates cable news.

    And that’s why it matters to pay attention to this kind of stuff when listening to Trump charge the media with bias.

    It’s one thing to lazily dismiss it as Trump simply blaming the messenger for a campaign heading in mostly the wrong direction in the polls partially due to self-inflicted wounds.

    It’s another to actually take the time to dive into the numbers to see if there’s some beef here or just empty calories.

    From the looks of the coverage, we’re looking at the kind of burger once advertised on “The Simpsons”: 18 ounces of sizzling ground beef, soaked in rich, creamery butter, and topped off with bacon, ham, and a fried egg.

    Somewhere around 23 million people absorbed Trump getting pulverized for 23 minutes across the Big Three broadcast network evening newscasts.

    Less than a minute combined was devoted to damaging documents pertaining to Clinton.

    When looking at the numbers, Trump may actually have a point.

  5. Mrs Smith 1 @ 11:05 PM

    Well, sure; if a live audio feed of the tantrum appears or if a name is attached to the anonymous producer, then it’s a different ball game. Until then, it’s not something that would be useful in convincing Clinton supporters or undecided people (are there really any of those?) that she is a maniac. Not being cynical, just realistic.

  6. Hillary doesn’t have access to steal lose any more State Department millions. So she must have given Qatar money from the CGI….? And I don’t understand to what end….


    That word “Qatar” bugs me. There were 3 different ways it was being said when it began being used widely. I remember “Kay-tar” and “Cutter” and I can’t remember the third. IMO, when a word is from a foreign language, spell the d*mn thing phonetically! There must be one way to say it in its own language, so just spell it that way in English so people can know how to say it LOL

  7. OMG. They paid her $1600 bucks for one night of disruption???? Geez, I don’t want these people in charge of the country’s finances. No wonder we’re broke….


    From the Daily Caller link about the Chicago disruptor being on Hillary’s payroll

    Notably, a search of FEC records reveals that Rodriguez was paid by the Clinton campaign shortly before she disrupted the Chicago rally. The campaign paid her $1,610.34 as a “payroll” expense,

  8. Dr. Jill Stein is very impressive. Wow!

    She is the antithesis of what I think of when I hear the words green party.

    She says a vote for Hillary is a vote of war with Russia.

    It is very important that Donald get over there immediately after he wins the election.

    If he does that, then the military will have second thoughts about launching an attack directed by Obama, because they know they will have hell to pay with the next president, and at some Nuremberg tribunal where the defense of I was just following orders will not wash.

  9. Question: is it the role of the military to correct stupid mistakes made by stupid gutless politiicans like the big media beloved messiah, or is it to defend bona fide national interests. It is interesting how the state department is anxious to say this is a military problem and the military says no this is a diplomatic problem. Albright was famous for this—trigger happy, and she as much as anyone was Hillary’s mentor.

  10. Mormaer,

    Tell me about the cascade preference again and are you still feeling it?
    Haven’t heard from you for awhile, just curious.

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    Re: memo on govt reform/pulbic corruption Mar 1, 2016 at 4:49 PM, Jake Sullivan wrote about several ideas and their public support:

    Increase government’s public reporting so voters know what goverment is doing …66..

    Strengthen bribery laws to ensure that politicians don’ change legislation for political donations. 62%

    Wouldn’t want those bribery laws strengthened now, would we?

    Neera Tanden’s response:

    This is a jump ball. She may be so tainted she’s really vulnerable = if so, maybe a message of I’ve seen how this sausage is made,

    Crooked Hillary Clinton is “really vulnerable” on corruption, folks. According to her own staff who know her really well.


  12. gonzotx October 19, 2016 at 8:33 am Maybe I just don’t understand this world anymore…
    Men’s rights?
    Or melding male female. Perhaps the last thing that Globalism can take away from us.

    I’ve seen men who do traffic/weather on tv wearing suits with jackets what I call “feminized”. The top button is higher and actually stretches the garment tight at that level – an empire waist for men. And the hem line is an inch or two higher.

    Y’all know I have no shame here. That said, I’d not be amazed if bras for the male jewel were brought to market. Nor would I be surprised to find men dropping their zippers as females drop a neckline to reveal a tease of the sexual element.

    But I do hope I’m wrong. The new-style suit jackets already here are egregious enough.

  13. Place your bets:


    It is news that will strike fear into the hearts of perhaps half of America and large chunks of the world outside of it.

    Despite a calamitous week of campaigning, betting markets on the US election are almost a mirror image of those on Britain’s EU referendum at this stage. And they could be pointing to a victory for Donald Trump.

    Bookmaker William Hill says 71 per cent of the money so far staked is for Democrat Hillary Clinton. But 65 per cent of the bets by number are for the controversial Republican.

    That means a lot more punters are putting smaller bets on Trump, almost exactly the same pattern as was seen in the run up to the Brexit vote when the money was for Remain but the majority of bets were for Leave.

    The bookie has cut the odds on a Trump victory from 11-2 to 4-1 over the past two days in response to a surge in bets for the reality TV star and businessman turned politician. [snip]

    William Hill’s spokesman and resident betting expert Graham Sharpe, an industry veteran of 44 years standing, said: “It’s very, very similar to the Brexit vote. There is a metropolitan media bias that says Trump can’t win, but they can’t vote. In betting terms, this is not a done deal. I see parallels with the Brexit vote at this stage.

  14. A former occasional poster and long time lurker I tried to log in today and my McAfee software brought up a SECURITY ALERT and tried to guide me away from this site.

  15. I hope people who have not yet made up their minds, are willing to weigh to evidence on the issue of character.

    1. Wikileaks evidence: is reliable, and very damning evidence.

    a. Hillary has admitted their authenticity.

    b. they are in the nature of admissions, and ultimately confessions.

    c. the fact pattern is clear and unambiguous, and, above all:

    d. they PROVE to a moral certainty is that she is working for the globalists, and AGAINST the interests of the People.

    2. Charges of sexual harrassment poffered by NYT are not credible.

    a. Trump has denied them

    b. witnesses to these events say these things never happened

    c. the stories are internally inconsistent

    d. the stories are inconsistent with the world as we know it: if truthful, why wait until now

    e. the witnesses have a motive to lie,

    f. their stories are disputed by family members

    g. their conduct suggests they are gold diggers, rather than actual victims

    h. in many cases the witnesses have testified that NYT deliberately misquoted what they said.

  16. Just listen to Rush on the radio whom I listen to like once a month to see what he’s up to. He’s already backstabbing Trump, again, saying that the only reason he got the nomination was there were too many running and he really didn’t get that many votes and doesn’t have Dem support, yada, yada, yada…
    Hmm, record numbers vited for him in primaries

  17. And he had a lot of cross over vote..
    Now we will see if it’s real, or they were choosing our candidate.
    I shudder if it was Cruz…
    Outside of Reagan, no one else has had this support as a Republican. ..

  18. re- Rigged Polling

    There was a poll yesterday showing HRC ahead in Arizona +3.

    IT SAMPLED D +34!! In a state that last voted +11 R

    That is in-sane.

  19. EMAILID 17375
    Brent Budowsky and Podesta emailing each other, again. (they had almost 100 emails to each other in the 19 000 that came out so far). Budowsky writes:

    And at a major university in Washington, D.C., where many of the kids come here because of an interest in politics and are already working as interns, there was not one student who gave enough of a damn for Hillary to open a booth, or even wear a Hillary button—-I didn’t see one and I was looking.

    This pretty much explains why CTR’s paid posting campaigns were needed for Reddit and Facebook. She does not have enough real supporters who “give enough of a damn” to actively cheer and support her. This is why they need masses of paid shills here on Reddit, to create the illusion of enthusiastic support.

  20. Gonzotx @ 12:42 PM

    “Just listen to Rush on the radio whom I listen to like once a month to see what he’s up to. He’s already backstabbing Trump, again, saying that the only reason he got the nomination was there were too many running and he really didn’t get that many votes and doesn’t have Dem support,…..”

    I heard that segment also and that’s not at all what Limbaugh was saying. He was describing what the media narrative is that is being spread in anticipation of the third debate; it’s not what HE thinks. This misinterpretation is very common with his show if one doesn’t listen to the entire segment or comes in in the middle of a segment. He was describing what the media is trying to spread, not what he thinks. He is not backstabbing Trump.

  21. Mike,
    Agreed. He was stating the media can’t explain away the record numbers of people who voted for Trump. Those people just didn’t vanish into thin air.

    ….and I don’t like Rushbo, but he wasn’t backstabbing.

  22. Statement from Rubio regarding Wikileaks

    […] “as our intelligence agencies have said, these leaks are an effort by a foreign government to interfere with our electoral process, and I will not indulge it.” “Further, I want to warn my fellow Republicans who may want to capitalize politically on these leaks: Today it is the Democrats. Tomorrow it could be us.”

    Well of course it could… err… WILL be you next. That’s why you are terrified of Trump.

  23. I went around telling people at work today that I though Donald Trump was going to be arrested during the debate for talking about Wikileaks.

    I am planning on praying a lot this evening.

    Trump is one sly boots, for sure and I would guess the first two debates he has been warming up to come out fighting tonight with a TKO. They will have their traps in place, but they are what they are. And he is…TRUMP.


  24. All you need to know about Rubio is he ran on a closed borders position and the moment he got into office he became a stark enthusiast for open borders. What you do not know, and probably do not need to, is that he was brought along through the Bush cabal, and as of a year ago, he jumped over to the Clinton cabal. I am told that is where he got the money for the boat and to pay off his debts. Where our politicians are concerned today, the public should say they are guilty until proven innocent, because corruption is always any more the driving force behind things. On Monday, O’Keefe produced videos that demonstrate clearly and unambigously the our elections are being stolen, on the ground level as well as through the media. Tuesday, more of the same, so we know the who, the what, the why and the how of the steal. Big media gives 27 seconds to this topic, and 27 minutes to these false allegations about Trump. And then, today USA today comes out with a front page headline that the elections are fair.

    Again, the question to big media: are you stupid? Or do you just think we are??

  25. Gonzotx @ 3:21 PM

    I’m not the official Rush Limbaugh defender on this site (I listen only occasionally) but I’m not sure what you are referring to. Please provide a link or more information for your Rush, Beck, Levin issue.

    I do know that Rubio, as a representative of the Gang of Eight amnesty group, tried to reach out to Limbaugh, Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Bill O’Reilly (maybe others) for support. Limbaugh, Hannity, and Ingraham all denied signing on; not sure about O’Reilly. I would never believe for a second that either Limbaugh, Hannity, or Ingraham would sign on for amnesty.

    Is that what you are referring to?

  26. This trembling tower of corruption is like the house that jack built.

    Remove a brick or two and it could come tumbling down.

    The political class cannot afford to admit the truth.

    Whether it involves the stealing of elections, the graft that is the grease that makes the wheels turn, the notion that the politicians serve the people rather than the donors, or the fact that the designated candidate is working against the interests of this nation.

    I noticed in his latest posting, Pat Buchanan pulls back from his earlier claim that if they steal this election there will be a revolution, to a comparatively tepid claim that people in the red states will lose confidence in government.

    I believe the truth is closer to his prior position. Pat Caddell would agree with me. For those who now say, if we lose this round, then like the Brooklyn Dodgers, there is always next season. The problem with that argument is as you look at the field of Republican candidates, do you see anyone who could do what Trump has done? In that case the question answers itself. Like everything else, it is a game of leverage, and today with Brexit, we have the wind at our back, whereas four years hence we will be facing gale force winds against us, if we do not win now.

  27. Outris @ 2:52 PM

    I agree with your agreement. 🙂

    Limbaugh often explains other people’s opinions and narratives as a long quote in the first person, so it’s easy to confuse that with his own opinion.

    I started occasionally listening to his show recently after the relentless media onslaught began; Any port in a storm ….

  28. https://www.google.com/amp/s/theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/02/28/bombshell-expose-conservative-radio-limbaugh-ingraham-hannity-and-levin-were-all-part-of-gang-of-eight-gaslighting/amp/?client=ms-android-hms-tmobile-us
    I know Laura and Hannity never jumped on the bandwagon, but Rush did, I use to listen to him more when Cruz wad in and he could hardly give Trump a positive spin. As we know, Levin and crazy Beck are still crazy. There were pics of them, not Hannity, and maybe not Laura, but all at a meeting Mr Fox news called. I don’t have tested to find it. It was around many blogs, even this one.
    CTH seems to do a decent job of research. ..

  29. Self-acknowledged “hack” Glenn Thrush of Politico is a bigger hack than ever. His latest crazed attack on Trump has some interesting repercussions regarding Wikileaks:


    In Trump’s Mourning-in-America march to the abyss, he has rejected political norms, and his campaign has largely devolved into trashing Clinton, the women accusing him of sexual assault and harassment, the legitimacy of U.S. elections, the media, President Barack Obama, the GOP and the time-honored idea of a presidential campaign as a sunny, aspirational enterprise.

    Even more unnerving is the release of stolen emails popping daily, like the morning paper hitting the driveway, from WikiLeaks — part of an effort Clinton’s aides believe is geared toward dividing her supporters, sapping her team’s morale, and distracting the media’s attention from Trump’s self-immolation. [snip]

    “The goal of this is to create dissension between everyone,” said Neera Tanden, a close Clinton ally whose years of candid correspondence with Podesta are now uncomfortably on public display. “This is Russian psy-ops. That’s what they’re trying to do. The campaign is going to fight back against that, by not getting subsumed in dissension.”

    Campaign aides and longtime allies aren’t the only ones getting bummed out. Bill Clinton is also “having a hard time,” according to a source familiar with his thinking, as he watches Trump revive the former president’s decades-old sex scandals in an effort to tarnish his wife, and was reportedly enraged when Trump paraded his accusers around the debate last week in St. Louis, even seating them in the front row. (An aide disputed both characterizations of his mind-set.)

    Chelsea Clinton remains “very focused” on the email hack, livid at accusations hurled at her by a former Clinton aide, Doug Band, calling her a “spoiled brat kid … [who] hasn’t found her way and has a lack of focus in her life.”

    She is also “hurt,” a source said, by the fact that Podesta does not appear to defend her in his response to the email. (Chelsea Clinton’s spokeswoman pushed back on the characterization. “Anyone saying that simply doesn’t know Chelsea. Chelsea isn’t bothered by gossip but instead has been ‘very focused’ on campaigning for her mom, making sure the Clinton Foundation is able to help as many people as possible as effectively as possible, as well as being a mom herself,” she said.) [snip]

    She does, however, remain worried about the political impact of disclosures, like the excerpts from her long sought-after Wall Street speeches — which included a comment suggesting a politician should maintain “a private and a public position” on politically contentious matters.

    But, mostly, in the words of one longtime aide, “she’s pissed.” [snip]

    Gossip from the emails is also damaging important relationships with donors and surrogates outside the bunker. Longtime Clinton fundraiser Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, multiple sources said, has been furious to find herself lampooned internally by loyal Clinton hands, and has been complaining to the campaign about her treatment after years of loyalty to the Clintons.

    I have to [see] that crazy Lade De Rothschild person,” Tanden, president and CEO of the Center for American Progress, wrote to Podesta in an email on April 20, 2015. Rothschild serves as a Clinton bundler — in May, she hosted a $100,000-a-head fundraiser dinner for Clinton. [snip]

    But the emails pose a more immediate psychological threat to her side. Key allies are filled with anxiety about their personal, and often blunt, assessments — of Democratic allies and the candidate herself — being exposed in the email hack.

    The campaign has scoured Podesta’s account, using search words to identify any information that could potentially come out and upend the race. [snip]

    But some of the “psy-ops” tactics appear to be working. Anxiety among Clinton aides and allies, some of whom are positioning themselves for jobs in the White House or ambassadorships, is spreading.

    Campaign allies are buzzing that there are emails coming down the pike in which Podesta — who in more than 10,000 documents released so far remains circumspect in sharing his personal judgments — “appraises some people on the campaign negatively.” Campaign operatives have been reaching out to some allies on the outside who have been mentioned in the emails, but there’s only so much good a heads-up can do.

    Tanden, who is currently serving as co-chair of Clinton’s transition team, has also offered blunt criticism of the candidate’s own blind spots, pushing for her former boss to offer a full-throated apology for using a private email server while at the State Department and noting, “apologies are like her Achilles heel.” Some have viewed Tanden’s blunt critique as exactly the kind of candid assessment Clinton needs in the staff she surrounds herself with; others have been surprised to see how much influence Tanden has wielded from the outside, and how plainly she is willing to speak about the boss.

    One Clinton ally whose name appears throughout Podesta’s emails explained the tension people are feeling this way: “I know what my correspondence with him directly is. I know what chains I’ve been on. What I don’t know is what comments people may have made about me.”

  30. Dividing supporters and turning them against one another, either privately or publicly. Sounds eerily similar to Alinsky.

    Who would have thunk it?

  31. Hi, admin. I need to understand something that you presented in the comments of this post. When it was mentioned that Qatar received a transfer of $1.8 billion, is it your opinion that this money has been placed there just in case a certain person decided to make a run for it, and live happily ever after in Qatar? Is this a sign that things are actually very terrible for a campaign that we are constantly told is ahead? Just a few minutes ago I was listening to the radio when a story came on about how Hillary is ahead of Trump by 5% in Arizona and she will now be spending more resources there because, you know, Hillary’s in an unstoppable mode right now as if her election is inebitable. When I heard that, I immediately thought that it was more disinformation to discourage Trump support. Anyway, back to my original question. Was the money transfer for Hillary to Qatar what I thought when I read that particular comment? Is Hillary preparing herself for a quick trip out of Dodge some time after November 8th? Or did this totally go over my head?

  32. About a month or so ago, I read that the reason that the Clinton foundation has not come under massive scrutiny so far is because our whole government and both major political parties in the US would be implicated in the massive corruption that has seemingly saturated the political landscape. It would unveil a wickedness that would have every day Americans ready to destroy them all.

  33. By the way, although I listen to him perhaps a handful of times in a month,
    I like Rush Limbaugh. He has a way of explaining things clearly. He speaks to his listeners that is not above his listeners which to me is much the same way in which Donald Trump communicates.

  34. It’s maddening that the Democrats only address that their emails were stolen, but fail to address the content of the emails which to anyone paying even a little attention is very damaging to them.

  35. Rush likes to play both sides much of the time,and then to me, he drones on and on and on.
    I’m not talking Democratic side, just both sides, like when he favored Cruz, he would give a little to Trump, but mostly it was Cruz 24/7.

    That’s my take anyway. I would have to turn him off…
    I actually tried to call his show today because he pissed me off, but it was non stop busy. Don’t know that I could stay on hold 3 hours anyway.

  36. I appreciate the fact that Rush Limbaugh takes the time to explain things to people to try to prevent misunderstandings. I realize that he isn’t always successful at doing so, but at least he operates with a mindset that he wants his listeners to understand the things that he imparts.

  37. Part of me feels bad for Donald tonight. There is so much for Donald the Giant slayer to work with that its seems so overwhelming. He’ll have to have be very disciplined if he wants to destroy Hillary tonight. I think that the second debate shows that he is very capable of being so. Let’s hope that he is not thrown off by anything Ms. Hillary goads him with. To me, Donald is “David” to Hillary being “Goliath”. One good rock tossed by Donald can take Hillary down tonight.

  38. Gonzo,
    I’m by no means a Rush listener. His voice grates on me, but my wife likes to listen and she set me straight on what he was saying today. Her voice grates on me sometimes too… especially when she’s right 😉

  39. Wbboei, they all know what they’re doing in corporate owned big media. They have the Democrat party world view, and they shill for it. They’re not stupid, but they know many Americans are ignorant, and the MSM is one of the primary reasons for the ignorance.

  40. admin
    October 19, 2016 at 6:37 pm
    Self-acknowledged “hack” Glenn Thrush of Politico is a bigger hack than ever. His latest crazed attack on Trump has some interesting repercussions regarding Wikileaks:
    That puts me in mind of a couple past events.

    1. The district director I worked with in Laredo was in Iowa for that debacle. According to her it was circus maximus on the campaign side. Looks like that sort of thing is back again, and everyone is counting their chickens before they are hatched.

    2. In March 1983, when Bill Clinton was governor, we opened a station on the airport, and called in the press. A big black cadillac limosine pulled up and governor Bill Clinton stepped out. There was a woman in the back seat who stayed in the car. If it was not Gennifer Flowers, it sure looked like her. Bill made a nice little speech, took credit for this, talked about how important it all was to the local economy.

  41. nomobama
    October 19, 2016 at 7:34 pm
    I’m laughing about how the Podesta emails have caused such trepidation with the Democrat party elites.
    It must be sheer agony, having the world know what Clinton and her people really think of them, and worse having the world know, and worse still believing that they got a great deal (at taxpayer expense) only to discover that someone else got a better one. As for the ambassadorships, there was similiar talk about this in the middle of the 2008 primary. Then as now: there’s many a slip between the cup and the lip. And it is highly unlikely that Trump will appoint any of them–those useless opportunistic bastards.

  42. Outris
    October 19, 2016 at 5:38 pm
    True. I wonder if any emails will show communication between Republicans like Rubio (who I don’t like, but I will vote for here in Florida to stop his opponent), and Democrat party leaders that show scheming and collusion between the two?

  43. just heard on Cavuto that along with O’s brother and Benghazi mom, Ambassador Chris Stephens fiance is going to be at debate…as well as the latest woman who came out today accusing Bill Clinton of assault…

    …the only one missing is the AA young man who claims to be Bill’s son and evidently he is filing a paternity suit today…

    oh boy…anybody but a replay of the Clintons for four more years…please…

    can we just cut the ties with them governing over us and let them go back to CGI to do whatever

  44. TAKE NOTE: This should be interesting!!!

    Donald J. Trump plans to go live.

    If you’re tired of biased, mainstream media reporting (otherwise known as Crooked Hillary’s super PAC), tune into my Facebook Live broadcast. Starts at 8:30 EST/5:30 PST — you won’t want to miss it. Enjoy! #draintheswamp

  45. On foreign policy, I would invoke Reagan’s tag line of peace through strength, and remind the audience that appeasement always leads to war, which is why we are on the cusp of a nuclear confrontation with Russia. Thus, people need to understand what a nuclear war would look like, just as they need to understand what this country would be like if 650 million new “immigrants” enter our country. Hillary is a nightmare in red.

  46. btw…if you want to know what torture is like…today i was at an event all day and they had MSNBC on…that is actually nauseating and so grating…and so dishonest…I would not wish having to watch that on my worst enemy…

    all day they kept going on about DT sex scandals and the woman from People Mag…and they had her friends on…not the same for Bill’s dalliances…no full segments on Bill’s latest or any clips of what she is saying today…

    everything is so slanted and one sided…

    there was a woman standing near me who I do not know and she turned to me and said
    “I can’t wait for this election to be over”

    …and I agreed…

  47. gonzotx
    October 19, 2016 at 12:42 pm
    I had just turned Rush on when I thought something similar to you today, but quickly realized that he wasn’t making his own opinion about Trump, but rewording what that particular caller had said during their interaction. If there is a way for you to relisten to his broadcast, you will come to the same conclusion.

    With regards to Limbaugh’s comments today about the Romney election, it reminds me of how pundits have consistently said that millions of Republicans did not vote in the last election. I am of a different opinion. I think that there was massive fraud committed in the last election, with much of it accomplished through electronic voting machines manipulating actual results to hand victory to Obama. For instance, a voting machine that might have had a 60 to 40% ratio for Romney could easily be pre-programmed with a result that would be 60 to 40% for Obama regardless of how anyone who had voted on that particular machine had actually voted. People like think of electronic voting machine fraud as cases in which a vote for Romney would register in front of their very eyes as a vote for Obama. That’s just one type of fraud. I suspect that the worse fraud occurred with electronic voting machines being preprogrammed with phony results.

  48. one more thing…I heard Nigel Farage on Lou Dobbs earlier…and Dobbs asked him to compare what was going on before the election with Brexit…

    and he said basically the same that all the establishment was against it bla, bla, bla

    but the interesting point was…he said the odds makers had it 12 to 1 against Brexit
    whereas the odds makers now have Trump 4 to 1…so he thinks if Donald can speak clearly and talk about his plans he has a very good shot

    also heard DT prepped for debate with Chris Christie playing Hillary…(tell that to the guy who created Naked Hillary in NYC…if anyone saw that clip yesterday…sorry…hell they did the same thing to Naked DT)

  49. Disregard my comment about the $1.8 billion Clinton money transfer to Qatar. I should have read the article before making a “wishful thinking” comment. I also now realize that it wasn’t the admin that posted the story.

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