Wednesday, October 19, 2016

The Media's Crooked Coverage of Candidates

(Image by Bob Gorrell)
Our Corrupt Queen's nemesis, WikiLeaks, had it's internet connection severed over the weekend. This was done allegedly at the request of Shillary's successor Secretary of State John Scary.

However, that didn't "...stop the signal..."

Word got out about a State Department official who tried  pressuring the FBI to reclassify some of Hillary's e-mails.  Of course, the State Department declared such an accusation inaccurate and insulting.

Maybe, but as Comrade Karla alluded to his friends, where there's smoke--there's fire.

For the past couple days hidden camera videos, courtesy of Project Veritas, have emerged catching Democratic operatives discussing less-than democratic means of winning this year's presidential election.

First, Scott Foval, national field director for Americans United for Change, was caught bragging about illegal coordination between Clinton Super PACs.  On second video, Foval is boasting about provoking violence at Trump rallies.

Then the final Foval trilogy featured the now-former national field director for Americans United for Change claiming they've been rigging elections for the past 50 years.

Foval wasn't the only one featured in Project Veritas' year-long sting.

Bob Creamer, founder of Democracy Partners, got creamed discussing a voter fraud scheme.  As a result, Creamer decided to "step back from the Clinton campaign."

But none of these "October Micro-Surprises" seem to faze the non-FOX News media, who're more focused on what the Boorish Billionaire said, and what he's being accused of.

Here's a rundown of every October Clinton and Trump revelation so far.

(Image by Lisa Benson)
While I won't go as far to say, like Newt Gingrich did, that without the media assault, Trump would be up 15 points.

Maybe.  Maybe not.

Either way, Trump would be doing better than he is now.

On the eve of the final 2016 Presidential Debate, Our Corrupt Queen is leading the Boorish Billionaire by 6 points.

While this isn't a runaway, the media's coverage of Clinton certainly has helped her campaign.

Put another way, the media is covering Hillary's scandals--just not in the manner many of us would like them to do...

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