ELDER PATRIOT – Smart people know that you can trust none of what you hear and only half of what you see. That is why smart people in Florida don’t believe the polls that have shown Hillary Clinton winning Florida. After you see these pictures you won’t believe the polls either.
Yesterday, Mrs. Clinton came to Tampa to hold her daily rally. It was the only one she held that day. Take a look at the turnout for Hillary that this picture captures mid-speech.
Newspaper accounts estimated the crowd at 2,000 attendees. Look at the picture and judge for yourself if there are any more than 750 people there to show their support for her.
Two days earlier Donald Trump held a rally in Tampa. It was his third rally of the day. This is what his crowd looked like:
Trump’s rally was held at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater that has a seating capacity of 20,000. Every seat was filled with thousands more Trump supporters forced to stand.
The total estimated number of rally-goers for Trump’s three rallies that day came to more than 40,000 people.
The mainstream corporate media (MCM) continues running a narrative describing an alternative universe supported by rigged polls that they have themselves conducted under the guidance of Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Chief John Podesta. As Wikileaks revealed – and no one from the Clinton campaign has refuted – Podesta had directed the MCM to “selectively oversample to “maximize what we get out of our media polling.”
There can be only two reasons for rigging polls. One reason is to discourage Trump’s voters in an effort to suppress their vote. The other is to create a glide path to believability to explain the result if they can commit enough voter and election fraud to succeed at stealing the election.
On November 8th we get a chance to drain the swamp in Washington D.C. and take our country back from those who lord over us as if we’re their serfs. But there’s also a bonus to electing Donald Trump, we get to give a giant middle finger to the MCM and to the #NeverTrump Republicans who, we now know, never represented our interests.