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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Why Hillary And Company Will Blame Millennials Should She Lose In November

As Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign continues to implode, there's a realization that she's going to lose in November's election to Donald Trump. When that happens, the first target that both she and the Democrats (along with the corporate mainstream and "progressive" news media) are going to pin the blame on for her loss will be the Millennials. The reason is very clear and simple, Millennials weren't falling for their narrative and scare tactics. Even though a majority of them hold a more unfavorable view of Trump than Hillary, their support for her is dropping. Many young voters are looking into voting for third-party candidates or writing in Bernie Sanders' name to protest their voices being silenced during the primaries and only having their votes taken for granted. Because of their refusal to "get onboard" with a campaign that took their voices from them, Millennials are going to become the target of their elders' rage.

Don't Stay Home In November

There's no other way to put this, staying home on 11/8 is not an option. Doing so only helps to legitimize the ongoing corrupted status quo. Additionally, if you consider yourself as part of the Millennial generation, don't give the corporate mainstream news media the ammunition they crave to demonize us for failing to, "fall in line," with a their pre scripted narrative that this was Hillary's year; thus allowing Donald Trump win the White House. So go vote your conscience in November's election and make your voice heard.

Monday, September 19, 2016

The Most Negative Presidential Campaign Since 1884

What we're looking at is the nastiest campaign in over 100 years. No campaign until 2016 can match the ugly presidential race of 1884. The shots fired between S. Grover Cleveland and James G. Blaine through their surrogates made their electoral campaigns about how big of a sleaze-bag the other was, in addition to employing racism as an overall theme. This is the closest possible example in our history to describe the use of racism by Donald Trump's campaign as an electoral strategy is, even if it's completely disgusting and infuriating to most Americans (including the author), a winning one and why Hillary Clinton is powerless to stop Trump from winning.

However, the use of racism is only one of the various themes that make 2016 mirror 1884. Others include reining in the corruption on display in our politics by seeing our elected officials being easily bought by the titans of industry. This is just another example of how 2016 is a near mirror image of 1884. Another factor to take into account is the levels of scandals dogging both major-party candidates. Just as in 1884, the candidates of 2016 have scandals because of their legal ongoing issues. Trump being jammed up for defrauding students at Trump University and plausibly bribing, via political contributions, some state attorneys-general (especially the incumbent Attorney General of Florida, Pam Bondi) to drop any case against him; while at the same time, Hillary getting embroiled in even worse trouble with being the subject of subject of, or an involved party in, ongoing investigations into her using her private email server when handling classified information and family charities for running a pay-to-play scheme.

By trying to paint Trump in a negative light, Hillary's campaign, to its detriment is quickly losing its credibility with various blocs of the electorate whose support Hillary badly needs in order to win in November. The fact remains that Trump has Hillary's number to the tee, which is why attacking him is a losing strategy. When he brings up the fact that he donated heavily to candidates from both parties (including Hillary) and in return he would get political favors, he'll have an easy time explaining how she's only responsive to the donor class and not the American public at-large. Don't take this as a ringing endorsement of Trump or anyone affliated with him, as he, just like Hillary, is running a con job, but one on a completely different level. The fact is that Trump, like Hillary, is only seeking the presidency to enrich himself at our expense.

Recent Shifts In Polls Just 2 Months From Election Day

Shifting polls comes as no surprise as they tend to fluctuate during campaign season. However, what's new about this current fluctuation is that voters are beginning to agree with Donald Trump that Hillary Clinton is too crooked to be President. For many pollsters this seems somewhat unusual, as Trump had been trailing Hillary by almost 10 points because of many of his statements were scaring voters and the internal turmoil that engulfed his campaign. Currently, it seems as if he's gotten back on track and put together a more professional campaign staff. And thanks to more damaging publicity for Hillary, he now has some fresh fodder to attack her with.

Another factor to bear in mind is that both Trump's recent trip to Mexico and his immediate visit to flood victims in Louisiana, while exposing both Barack Obama and Hillary's dithering as the crisis worsened. As for Mexico, the trip was a prime opportunity for Trump to flash his presidential credentials. These actions are what's giving him the moral high-ground in his attacks against both Obama and Hillary.

As for Hillary, the fact that more revelations came out about her email setup while serving as our nation's highest diplomat is really beginning to derail her campaign. There's no question about the fact that the ongoing releases are casting her out to be both a liar and, in some cases, a criminal. It also points to the fact that she doesn't give a damn about us, or our most pressing issues; nor does it show that she's all that concerned about keeping us or our state secrets safe, either. It's only about keeping her family's pay-to-play scheme out of the public record and public's knowledge, cyber security and protecting state secrets be damned. Not the candidate I want in office.

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