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Hillary Clintons early-voting lead in Florida was mathematically insurmountable

Rigged election: Hillary Clinton’s early-voting lead in Florida was mathematically insurmountable

(EDIT: I want to add this question, which can't be answered empirically but raises a real question in my mind. What is the statistical probability that about 99% of all the statistical models, most of the polls and the exit polls all predicted a Clinton win yet Trump won? We are looking at a very large statistical anomaly I believe. I don't think that people being embarrassed to admit voting for Trump has that much weight since most polls are taken over the phone and are anonymous)

Of the numerous reasons why most observers on both sides expected Hillary Clinton win the 2016 election heading into Election Day, perhaps the most glaring was the fact that she had seemingly already won the state of Florida based on early-voting alone. It’s why it came as such a shock when Donald Trump somehow pulled off the upset in the state by one percent of the vote, a difference which would have swung the entire election. But in yet another piece of evidence that the voting tallies may have been rigged, a closer examination of the early-voting numbers suggests that Trump’s victory in Florida wasn’t just unlikely – it was mathematically insurmountable.

Here’s what we know about Florida for sure: of the 9.1 million people who voted in the state, roughly seventy percent of them – or 6.6 million people – voted early. The early voters consisted of only slightly more registered Democrats than registered Republicans. However, the most prominent exit poll of Florida early voters showed that 28% of registered Republicans had voted for Hillary Clinton, with just 6% of registered Democrats having voted for Trump. Republican strategist Mike Murphy expressed skepticism that the number could have been that high, but even he pegged it as being closer to the mid-teens.

When you do the math, you see that Hillary Clinton had such a massive early voting lead in her pocket in Florida that – depending on which end of the crossover vote totals you want to lean toward – it turns out Donald Trump would have needed to get somewhere between 59% and 71% of the Election Day voting in the state in order to catch up. Here’s the breakdown, based on numbers available from the state of Florida’s official early vote tallies:


THIS is what I saw with my own two eyes but couldn't post because we were hacked

I noticed that for a few years now that you could type in something you heard that you thought was false and you would get pages on Google of sites saying the same fake damn thing!

A little while after the election I typed "Hillary Clinton's emails" into Google and found decent good news. And then, the day that the recount was announced I typed the exact same thing into Google and up popped 3 PAID sites, (There were none right after the election) right in the front talking about Hillary's problems. The first is World Net Daily saying: Court asked to rule Clinton emails involved 'misconduct So I clicked on it and it is a petition to supposedly get her charged with that. BUT when I clicked on the "Judicial Watch" link I realized it was another bullshit fake news site also. It is all done to get people to believe Hillary is untrustworthy.

The Russians are experts at spreading false propaganda.

This HAS to stop! We are the equivalent of North Korea with the amount of fake news being spread. Google and other search sites should find a way to track these propaganda sites.

That's what this article is about.


Trump saying that he is giving the money without admitting guilt means nothing because he was

already found guilty of racketeering and that is why the judge OK'd the suit. He was not found criminally liable, (and I would like to know WHY there is no criminal charges???) but I think the judges words mean something

Or am I crazy?

Does this bride have her hand on the bridesmaid's ass?

Another unlawful act from Trump during his campaign

Looks Like Trump May Have Committed a Major Electoral Felony.

Ben Carson endorsed Donald Trump after dropping out of the race. It seemed really weird at the time; I don’t think Trumps brand of politics particularly meshed well with Dr. Carson’s.

The true reason behind the endorsement seemed to have come to light now.

In a interview over at Newmax TV (Not going to give them the pleasure of a link here)

DR. BEN CARSON: I do believe, and certainly in my discussions with Donald Trump, he does love America and he does want to be successful. And, he will surround himself with very good people.

STEVE MALZBERG: And will one of them be Dr. Ben Carson?

Carson: I will be doing things as well, yeah.

Malzberg: In the administration.

Carson: Certainly in an advisory capacity.

Malzberg: That's been determined? You've, when you sat down with him that was discussed?

Carson: Yes.


Here is the video. If anyone can download this video please do so. I'd hate for them to take it down once they find out that Ben Carson admitted to the felony.

They didn't even know it and it is all the way down to about 6:00 in the video

Exit polls say Hillary won. What is the statistically probability that every poll, model AND exit

polls were wrong? I keep thinking about Russia and how they hacked Hillary and the DNC and I wonder if they would be able to hack our election.


2016 Presidential Election Table
Posted on November 10, 2016 by Theodore de Macedo Soares — 103 Comments ↓
by Theodore de Macedo Soares

According to the exit polls conducted by Edison Research, Clinton won four key battleground states (NC, PA, WI, and FL) in the 2016 Presidential Election that she went on to lose in the computerized vote counts. With these states Clinton wins the Electoral College with a count of 302 versus 205 for Trump. Clinton also won the national exit poll by 3.2% and holds a narrow lead in the national vote count still in progress.

Exit polls were conducted in 28 states. In 23 states the discrepancies between the exit polls and the vote count favored Trump. In 13 of these states the discrepancies favoring Trump exceeded the margin of error of the state. See Table and its footnotes below.

A link to a petition to audit the election in 4 states is here:

Lawyers are saying the racketeering charges make Trump guilty an impeachable offense.

Several legal websites have said that the racketeering charges against Trump for his Trump U scam would make him liable for impeachment. But, even though I knew they would wait until after the election I have not heard of any trial being set up yet, nor anymore information about it.

These are separate charges from the ones that the people who were scammed. At least that is what it sounds like to me. Or it seems like in the case of Bernie Maddof, he should be criminally liable for a racketeering charge.

Here is a website talking about the impeachment.


Federal District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel has ruled that Donald J. Trump, founder of Trump University, must face civil trial for fraud and racketeering under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”). Trump had moved for summary judgment in a last-ditch effort to block a class-action trial scheduled to begin right after the national election.


Judge Curiel is presiding over two separate class-action lawsuits. In both cases, the court has certified the suit as a class action and has denied motions to dismiss. The first, Low v. Trump University, sues the institution — Trump University — as well as Trump personally — on many different theories of recovery, including misrepresentation, breach of contract, and taking advantage of seniors. The second, Cohen v. Trump, is a far more surgical in its approach — it sues Trump individually for fraud and racketeering under the federal RICO statute, and relies no other theory of recovery.


Them’s the facts. Here’s my take. It is the Cohen suit that has caused Trump to flip his not inconsiderable wig . Trump probably cares more about the Cohen suit more than he cares about the election because it has the potential of wiping him out, at least of his cash. If, for example, all of the members of the Cohen class paid $50 million in tuition (I am making up that number by way of illustration), then Trump potentially has to fork over $150 million plus pre-judgment interest. A Trump loss — racketeering and fraud — would also be devastating to the Trump brand. This is going to be a major distraction for him in the campaign’s final months, and may already be a reason he is acting out.

What if congress was your co-worker.

TRUMPLAND free on Youtube! Excellent, Wonderful, Enlightening!

Here is a way to combat what the MSM doesn't say

I go around Youtube, Facebook and Twitter and post one of these at the top of a thread. When I checked on a few Youtube ones they were still at the top. It is true that some people don't want to hear the truth about Trump but not all. On Facebook I just put some things up on Sean Hannity's page and Fox news page and a couple others yesterday. I put some up on my page but I don't want to get too carried away since my family is there blah blah blah. Oh Youtube I look for titles like "This speach will give Trump the election!" smh

So here are a few that I use:

Salman Rushdie

So, to recap. Trump will go on trial in November accused of racketeering, and again in December accused of child rape. He is a sexual predator, hasn't released his tax returns, and has used his foundation's money to pay his legal fees. He has abused the family of a war hero and... oh, but let's talk about some emails Hillary didn't send from someone else's computer, that weren't a crime anyway, because that's how to choose a president. Come on, America. Focus.


Donald Trump’s Business Plan Left a Trail of Unpaid Bills

Jack O’Donnell, president of Mr. Trump’s Plaza casino in Atlantic City in the late 1980s. “Part of how he did business as a philosophy was to negotiate the best price he could. And then when it came time to pay the bills,” he said, Mr. Trump would say that “ ‘I’m going to pay you but I’m going to pay you 75% of what we agreed to.’ ”


USA Today also reported, citing data from the Department of Labor, that two of Trump's now-defunct businesses were cited 24 times beginning in 2005 for failing to pay overtime or minimum wage.
200 liens have been filed against Trump or his businesses by contractors and employees dating back to the 1980s
Trump told USA Today that he only withheld payment from contractors if he wasn't pleased with their work.
The USA Today report cited one case involving a 1990 project at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, during which New Jersey regulators found that Trump had failed to pay at least 253 subcontractors in full or on time.

"I'll beat the crap out of you'"
"Get him out!"
"I would have been boom boom boom, beat that"
"Part of the problem is no one wants to hurt anyone anymore."
In response to a violent altercation at one oof his rallies, "The audience hit back and that's what we need a little bit more of"
He said he would look into paying the legal fees of a man who was charged with assault after attacking a protestr"
"I'd like to punch him in the face"
Trump neglected, however, to mention his own connection to the videos, released by James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas tax-exempt group. According to a list of charitable donations made by Trump‘s controversial foundation (provided to the Washington Post in April by Trump’s campaign), on May 13, 2015, it gave $10,000 to Project Veritas.
CREDIT: Washington Post
From <https://thinkprogress.org/trump-funded-james-okeefe-53015c2f44b6#.cgs84de2u>

Oh and this one sometimes too but usually if someone fights with me and won't quit.


Low IQ & Conservative Beliefs Linked to Prejudice

research finds that children with low intelligence are more likely to hold prejudiced attitudes as adults. These findings point to a vicious cycle, according to lead researcher Gordon Hodson, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario. Low-intelligence adults tend to gravitate toward socially conservative ideologies, the study found. Those ideologies, in turn, stress hierarchy and resistance to change, attitudes that can contribute to prejudice, Hodson wrote in an email to LiveScience.
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