Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Breaking News with Election Just Two Weeks Away!

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Breaking: Rush Limbaugh Talks With Donald Trump
 Published on Oct 25, 2016 
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Donald Trump AND Hillary Clinton Latest News Today: Trump Interview,Clinton Wikileaks Email  
Published on Oct 25, 2016
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Breaking News Alert 10/25/16 wikileaks emails ; Clinton Team Worried By San Bernardinc  
Published on Oct 25, 2016
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New Allegations Hit Hillary Clinton Camp - The Kelly File
Published on Oct 25, 2016
Megyn Kelly on the Kelly File takes a look at the fake mainstream polls but more importantly she discusses the new wikileaks and other devastating news that came out regarding the Hillary Clinton camp.
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CFPN Liberty Media: The Marc and Judi Show  
Published on Oct 17, 2016
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I’ve been there, and that’s why I smell a rat with these Trump allegations
Familiar patterns of deception.
By Herman Cain —— Bio and Archives
October 17, 2016
(Left: Herman Cain) This all feels so familiar. I’ve gotten over it, but I’ll never forget it. It was November 2011, and I was leading the polls in the Republican nomination race. My 9-9-9 tax play was attracting national attention and interest in my candidacy was as its height.
Then came the women. I won’t recount all their names or their claims here because they don’t deserve the attention. If you really want to read about it in detail, along with my detailed refutations of every allegation made against me, knock yourself out.
But there are some patterns I notice about what’s happening to Donald Trump, and they’re the kinds of things that make me smell a rat.
Smell a Rat
An obvious one is the timing. Trump has been running for president for more than a year. When he was cruising to the nomination, these women could have come forward. When the race tightened a few weeks ago – and many polls show Trump surging into the lead – they could have come forward. But instead, it’s all happening just a week after the infamous tape of his comments 11 years ago. It’s almost . . . too perfect, wouldn’t you say? As if someone coordinated the whole thing?
It’s the same thing that happened to me. As soon as I started scaring the living daylights out of the establishment by surging into first place in the polls, here came the steady stream of accusations and innuendoes. Just when you thought you’d put one away, another one surfaced. It was like playing whack-a-mole. It got the point where the whole thing was impossible to manage because you never knew when the next one might be coming, or from whom.
Another thing that feels familiar about this is how unfalsifiable the accusations are. A woman claims you said a certain thing, or touched her in a certain way, or made a certain kind of proposition. There was one woman who claimed I had done something while sitting alone with her in a car. I hadn’t. But how can you prove that something didn’t happen? You can’t go through every minute of your life or her life and prove that you were never in a place or with a person, or that you never ever did a certain thing. You can insist all day and all night that it never happened, but people who want to believe it did will believe it did. You can never prove your innocence.
Look at the timing, Unfalsifiable nature of the accusations, Strange silence of the accusers for years, Egregiously ignored support of women
Also, I notice that in at least one case, an alleged victim was inexplicably silent at the time the incident supposedly happened. People Magazine reporter Natasha Stoynoff was not a powerless nobody at the time she claims Trump acted inappropriately toward her. Yet she simply wrote her feature story and said nothing to anyone, only to show up now years later with an accusation no one can prove or disprove. I faced the same thing. If I had really done the things I was accused of doing, it would make sense that someone would have spoken up at the time. Instead, at a time when I’m in the spotlight and vulnerable to scurrilous accusations, here they come.
Here is one other commonality: Like Trump, when I was accused, women who knew me well and had worked with me for years came forward and testified that I had always been professional and appropriate in their dealings with me. Female associates of Donald Trump have done the same thing. And yet in both cases, the media gave more credence to women who barely knew the men they were accusing, while giving almost no credence at all to those who knew us well and worked with us on a regular basis.
So when you look at the timing, the unfalsifiable nature of the accusations, the strange silence of the accusers for years, and the egregiously ignored support of women who really know the people in question – you can’t help but recognize that the same phenomenon is repeating itself again.
You’re being manipulated into voting for Hillary Clinton
I wasn’t there when these incidents allegedly happened with Donald Trump, so I can’t say definitively what’s true and what’s not true. But I know for a fact that none of the accusations against me were true, and I was very much there to see the smear campaign against me unfold in exactly the same way it’s unfolding against him.
Oh, by the way, I can’t help but note that all this came out at the perfect time for the media to obsess over it and ignore the steady stream of WikiLeaks releases that basically prove every allegation against Hillary Clinton has been true. That’s some coincidence, don’t you think?
So that’s why I smell a rat in this stream of accusations against Donald Trump. It’s all just a little too perfect, and it feels awfully familiar in a stomach-wrenching sort of way.
You’re being manipulated into voting for Hillary Clinton. It’s a very sophisticated campaign of manipulation. I’ve seen it before. Don’t let them fool you.
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Obama will only impose martial law if it looks like Trump will win
Government of the day continues to stoke the fires of racial division, even after the deaths of five police officers in Dallas
By Judi McLeod —— Bio and Archives
July 13, 2016
None should hold their breath waiting for President Barack Hussein Obama to impose martial law as a means of suspending upcoming presidential elections—at least not yet.
If Obama does impose martial law it will be a sure sign that Donald Trump has a good chance of winning the presidency.  Until then, Obama’s holding martial law as his ace in the hole.
In short, the final BOOM that Obama is going to lower on the masses is not martial law but the election of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the one Donald J. Trump correctly pegged as “Crooked Hillary”.  That’s the big BOOM Obama is getting ready to lower on We the People on his way out the door.
As the Democrats—with the aiding and abetting of groups like #NeverTrump—studiously work to ensure that Obama gets a third term through the election of Clinton, propaganda, pushed by Google, Facebook Twitter and other social media,  pollutes all clear thinking for any of those striving to stay ahead of the curve.
Prime example: Black Lives Matter is not about making life better for under privileged   African-Americans.  It is a $33-million and still counting, George Soros-funded terrorist front to ensure that the Democrats remain in power.
We’re all supposed to believe that civil society will come to a sudden standstill when the Republican Convention gets underway; that many will be frightened away from attending; that fear and intimidation will keep Donald Trump from getting the nomination.
Now that not everyone’s clearing the tracks on their orders, the activist malcontents are shifting their freight train into reverse.
That the New Black Panther Party “black power” movement will carry firearms “for self-defense” in Cleveland ahead of next week’s Republican convention—”if allowed under Ohio law”—is a joke turned, sock-like inside out on the rest of society.
“If it is an open state to carry, we will exercise our second amendment rights because there are other groups threatening to be there that are threatening to do harm to us,” Hashim Nzinga, chairman of the New Black Panther Party, told Reuters in a telephone interview.” (REUTERS, July 13, 2016)
It’s not the New Black Panther Party that needs to worry about self-defense but all victims of the Party and Black Lives Matter, particularly the nation’s Blue Line.
Other than turning out with their paid-for rent-a-mobs at the RNC to frighten off Donald Trump supporters and to keep The Donald from getting the Republican nomination, both groups see the convention as a key opportunity to luxuriate in the benefits of massive mainstream media publicity.
The New Black Panther Party,  Black Lives Matter and all activists stoking the fires of racial tension need Obama and his ilk in office.  Obama paves the way for their lifelines when he says: while the edifice of legalized racism is no longer here, prejudice remains: “We have all seen this bigotry in our own lives at some point,” he said at yesterday’s Memorial for the five officers killed during the latest Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas.
“We’ve heard it at times in our own homes. If we’re honest, perhaps we’ve heard prejudice in our own heads and felt it in our own hearts.”
Attendees to the RNC should not worry about personal safety.  It’s not in the glare of daylight with cameras on them when the Party and Black Lives Matter do most of their dirty work.  It’s at nightfall as last week’s sniper attack in Dallas so tragically proved.
Through the pollution of propaganda, we do not recognize what the New Black Panther Party and Black Lives Matter really are: defended by Barack Obama’s White House; paid for out of the pockets of Obama and Clinton supporter George Soros, the racist action front of the current government.
And most know by heart what Ronald Reagan said about the government: “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help’.
Meanwhile, the government of the day continues to stoke the fires of racial division, even after the deaths of five police officers in Dallas.
It seems centuries instead of only years ago when America had a president who said on his way out the door: “Whatever else history may say about me when I’m gone, I hope it will record that I appealed to your best hopes, not your worst fears; to your confidence rather than your doubts. My dream is that you will travel the road ahead with liberty’s lamp guiding your steps and opportunity’s arm steadying your way.”
Amen.
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Trump Had More People in Overflow Crowds This Week than Hillary Had at Her Events Since July
Guest post by Joe Hoft
Oct 6th, 2016
On Monday Presidential candidate Donald Trump campaigned Pueblo, Colorado and then again in Loveland, Colorado in the Budweiser Events Center.  His event in Loveland set an attendance record for the Center with 8,000 present and another 10,000 were reported either turned away or on the grounds during the event.
At the Prescott Valley Events Center in Prescott, Arizona on Tuesday, the Central Arizona Fire Marshal Rick Chase said he allowed 7,000 inside. Another 13,000 were reported outside by the Prescott Valley Police Sgt. Jason Kaufman.
Hillary Clinton on the other hand had four small rallies in Ohio and Pennsylvania on Monday and Tuesday. The participation at these events was a little over 1,000.  To date, since the conventions ended on August 1st, through Wednesday, October 6th, Hillary has only had a little over 15,000 at all her rallies combined!
To put this in perspective, Trump had 8,000 more people turned away on Monday and Tuesday of this week alone (23,000) than Hillary has had at all her events combined (15,000) since August 1st.
Hillary has no rallies scheduled into the future where she is scheduled to participate.  Based on this alone there is clearly something wrong with her campaign.
The estimates noted are based on campaign events scheduled by the candidates and for the most part does not include events where the candidates speak to participants at other events. Total attendance is based on best estimates.  These numbers also do not include fundraisers, debates or TV events.  This is only our best estimate for attendance at these rallies.  Note that the people turned away at Trump’s rallies are not included in these estimates but if they were the totals would be even more lopsided.
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