Minnesota Media Poll Shows Donald Trump on Top and Defeating Hillary – Promptly Deleted Their own Findings…

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Media quickly deletes finding that Trump beats Hillary in MN ! Screen-Shot Added.

The operational arm of the DNC, or perhaps Senator Al Franken, must have been urgently dispatched to contact KTSP (ABC 5) News in Minnesota after they published results from their own sponsored SurveyUSA poll/survey…..

Why? Because they deleted the lead in paragraph shortly after posting it.  Our discovery was accidental.

The KTSP(ABC5) survey findings show Donald Trump perceived to be the most likely nominee amid all of the survey respondents:

Trump thumbs up♦ Trump 26%
♦ Carson 19%
♦ Rubio 16%
♦ Bush 9%
♦ Fiorina 4%
♦ Cruz 4%
♦ Paul 3%
♦ Huckabee 2%
Undecided 13%

However, the more damaging survey data was a result showing Donald Trump beats  Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head match up.  Specifically the article outlined how a large segment of Minnesota Democrats and Independent voters were “crossing over” to join a growing Donald Trump coalition.

That uncomfortable reality was most of the lead paragraph, and it was also promptly deleted within minutes of broadcast/publication.  However, the web is forever.

[…]  SurveyUSA interviewed 600 adults from the state of Minnesota Oct. 29, 2015, through Nov. 02, 2015. Of the adults, 516 were registered to vote and were asked the head-to-head match-up questions (link)

update-1Hat Tip to John Hall who captured the Cached page so you can compare. Notice most of the first paragraph (in the cache) is now missing from the current link:

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The part they deleted is emboldened below:

…”Sixty-four percent of Minnesota voters think Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States in 2016, according to a new, exclusive KSTP-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA. But enough independent Minnesotans cross-over and vote Republican in hypothetical head-to-head matchups with the leading Republican candidates, that Clinton is positioned today, one year till votes are counted, as the first Democrat to fail to carry Minnesota’s (now) 10 electoral votes since George McGovern lost the state to Richard Nixon in 1972″….

The power structures within the RNC, DNC and the MSM media have a common goal: the elimination of risk (Donald Trump) from anything that challenges their UniParty grip on modern political power.

All efforts are being exhausted toward that endeavor.

Recent polling in Georgia and Florida both contained head-to-head match-ups with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.  Within each state poll Trump is easily beating Hillary Clinton, but for Trump to be easily beating Clinton in Minnesota is exponentially more painful for Democrats.

It is imperative, in order for the current political class to advance their objectives, that adverse statistical realities are avoided at all costs.

We can fully expect to see these sunlight avoidance efforts continue.

Two days ago the media was selling a narrative of Kentucky Republican Candidate Matt Bevin polling 5% behind his Democrat opponent Jack Conway.  Last night, Bevin beat Conway by almost 9% (8.7%)That’s a 14% swing from the MSM narrative contained within the last Kentucky polls when compared to a factual outcome on election night.

Polls don’t miss outcomes by 14% unless they are ‘agenda-driven’ polls….

….And lead paragraphs for Top Stories don’t get deleted unless they suffer a similar editorial agenda !

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178 Responses to Minnesota Media Poll Shows Donald Trump on Top and Defeating Hillary – Promptly Deleted Their own Findings…

  1. bofh says:

    Wow, they really are in full-blown panic mode…

    Liked by 15 people

    • canadacan says:

      I have a mental picture of chickens with the letter D on their rumps running around in circles

      Liked by 8 people

    • Garrison Hall says:

      And Trump hasn’t really shifted into full-tilt campaign mode yet. The other candidates are pumping millions into ad buys and, so far as i know, Trump’s main focus is showing up to do his well-known extemporaneous stump speeches. Just wait until he shifts into high gear!

      Liked by 14 people

      • Buck Weaver says:

        Agreed. I look forward to the day when he starts in on Hillary full throttle. The same way that he is educating the public about Super Pacs, wait until he sinks his teeth into the whole Clinton Foundation fraud. It’s coming.

        Liked by 12 people

    • Doodahdaze says:

      They are a micro RCP. RCP has lost all credibility. Their polling average excludes Trump positive polls in favor of Trump negative Push Polls, manufactured by establishment agents, embedded in the institutions. In short. They lie. Another false enemedia talking point.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Reality Wins says:

      They are so in panic mode they forgot Rule One of life:
      You can deny reality but you cannot deny the consequences of reality.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. canadacan says:

    I have a mental picture of chickens with the letter D on their rumps running around in circles

    Liked by 3 people

  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    Do not like what is going on in our country…
    Sorry but Carson is really weirding me out too. He seems to do new headlines on his FB page with older comments (Strange),.

    Liked by 6 people

    • I don’t see Carson lasting much past Iowa (and even there it looks like Trump is climbing back into the lead).

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        but if people are already playing number games…what is going to happen Nov 2016

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        • Yeoman says:

          Bevin was behind 5 points 2 days ago in KY. How did he win by 14 points if the poll was accurate, while being seriously outspent? The groundswell is more than the elites can handle. If the elites use obscene volumes of voter fraud to place one of their candidates in, the consequences could be very troubling.

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          • NCPatrick says:

            Exactly my thoughts, Yeoman. We know there is a YUGE groundswell for Trump and growing every day. He chose to run as a Republican, recognizing the risk of splitting the vote as an Independent. However, if the GOPe continue to cheat and lie and plot against him (and consequently against us), then I don’t like to think of what will happen. The GOP convention will be a war zone unless primaries have settled some of the issues. Voting in your state’s primary is immensely important as Sundance has told us many times!

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      • WSBrown says:

        He was never out. Go ask The Club for Growth.

        Liked by 3 people

    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Finally figured out the word I was thinking of…Carson is recycling his posts.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Folks, let’s be realistic. Ben Carson is 64 years old, an introvert, and very low energy with Eye Dystonia probably kept under control with BOTOX. He has publicly stated the reason he is running “because thousands of people said I should.” Not because he was called. Not because he wants to be president. He hates crowds and rapid fire questions, they drain him, bright lights cause eye pain, TV the lights are tremendously bright for those being filmed, and he is now actually only campaigning in writing ON FACEBOOK and quiet interviews.

      He is doing everything he can so as not to be asked tough questions or even having to be under the spotlight at debates, wanting all 14 candidates to take up most of the time on the debates to ensure that. He won’t even do TOWN HALL MEETINGS, except on FACE BOOK. Yep, that’s right CARSON’S TOWN HALL MEETINGS ARE ON FACEBOOK! That’s his campaigning, because he is low energy, tired, and introverted. Here’s an example of his nightly TOWN HALL MEETINGS: AKA FACE BOOK TOWN HALLS:

      “It is that time of night when I take some time to answer a few questions submitted by all of you. You can submit your question via email at AskBen@BenCarson.com or by texting your question to ASKBEN (275236 on your keypad).

      “The first question tonight is from Deb who asks about my latest book and how that is going. Thanks for asking Deb. Thousands of people today were waiting in line across Central Florida. The crowds have been huge and the book is selling very well. Ther… See More” [more here] https://www.facebook.com/realbencarson/
      ((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((

      Are you starting to get the picture?

      He’s a phantom candidate, running for an office because others urged him to, without vision or calling. The good news is that his candidacy actually helps Trump by blocking establishment votes, but at the same time he’s being played by the media as a shill against Trump so the media can finagle the polls for false Carson momentum and propaganda. So let’s not worry about any polls showing Carson as gaining.

      I don’t mean that people age 64 are too old to run for president, 64 in of itself is not old, but if they have extremely LOW ENERGY and introverted, it is a near impossibility for them. Trump is 69 years old but very HIGH ENERGY, he loves being amongst the people, extroverted, and is energized by crowds. Campaigning is grueling, and at Ben’s level of energy IMPOSSIBLE. He’s already proving he can no longer do it, except FACEBOOK TOWN HALL MEETINGS, book signings, and quiet media interviews. He is also campaigning through his book. In other words Carson is running IN WRITING.

      He’s a phantom candidate. al Deetz Nuts style, except Ben’s a real person.

      I just don’t see how he continues through 2016. Introverts just not cut out for this. It’s only the 3rd month and Carson is already retiring to doing his entire campaigning IN WRITING. The excitement and stress of campaigning and interacting with crowds is unbearable to an introvert, they actually become DRAINED by crowds, press conferences where reporters rapid fire questions? IMPOSSIBLE.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        I have been monitoring his page for a few days… I noticed that there would be a new post but than the replies were the same ones I read just a few days earlier.
        Carson is recycling his FB pages ..

        Liked by 4 people

        • SharonKinDC says:

          He’s editing his existing posts, rofl. The post looks ‘fresh’ but the comments are from a previous post.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Turd Burglestein says:

            Has the man never heard of copy/paste? He could at least put the effort in to pasting his old post into a new post and do the edit there. If the man is that lazy in that respect, imagine how bad his work ethic would be in more important areas.

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        • dizzymissl says:

          Wait. How do you even make that happen?

          Liked by 1 person

          • kinthenorthwest says:

            Not sure but there is this lady who brags about Carson finding a surgeon for her daughter. It appeared yesterday last night on some poll(?) post of his. Yesterday evening Carson posts this picture someone painted of him. 2 or 3rd post under it is the same testimony from the lady with a daughter needing a brain surgeon, and most of the comments were the same.

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      • Prothonotary Warbler says:

        Speaking as an introvert, I completely agree. Good analysis!

        Liked by 7 people

      • Doodahdaze says:

        He is nowhere man.

        Liked by 4 people

      • R-C says:

        GREAT post! My favorite line: ” He’s a phantom candidate, running for an office because others urged him to, without vision or calling.”

        Bravo!

        Liked by 8 people

      • Athena the Warrior says:

        I think it is harder to hide his real liberal positions the more he talks.

        Liked by 1 person

      • TheTorch says:

        Excellent Moni. I think you have hit the nail on the head.

        BTW the comment about no calling or vision could equally apply to Jebby. He looks like he was pushed into it and flailing around all over the place.

        Come to think of it a number of these candidates are like little puppies being controlled by the dog handler. They tend to make a mess and it’s cleaned up by the GOPe.

        Problem is there is a mountain of poop they are creating and they are all knee deep in it!

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      • nightmare on k st says:

        I agree with what you say, I remember early radio ads for Carson (way before he announced he was running) it went like this:

        Calling Dr Carson, calling Dr Ben Carson, you are needed in Washington

        I always thought to myself, who was doing the calling, seems likely the CoC

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      • shelleybear66 says:

        Wow! Very informative and insightful! Thank you! Trump 2016!

        Like

    • SharonKinDC says:

      New headlines w/ old comments? Hugh? Like a new post has old comments from another post?

      Liked by 2 people

    • He is coming off as weird with a number of people..I find him a bit incoherent. Sometimes he really looks awake and other times he looks like he is on some kind of calming medicine..Just looks that way to me. His answers are all over the place and he stumbles when he tries to explain them. The media are only pumping him up to try to make Trump look as if he is having problems..but we all know better.

      Liked by 7 people

  4. 22227z says:

    Nice catch.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Go get ’em Sundance! Expose and take ’em OUT!! Awesome!

    Liked by 15 people

  6. yohio says:

    The Bevin and poll news is great but also reveals the seriousness of their Trump problem even more to them. They will dig in, with more shenanigans to come.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. 22227z says:

    Hard to believe they have Jeb in 4th. Everywhere else he is near the bottom, only above the washouts.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. This is PURE Hillary. She has minions all over the media, and plenty of staff who will phone and harrass media contacts on a moment’s notice. Sometimes it takes years before the stories emerge, but people are frequently threatened by uppers who take the Cankles calls.

    Liked by 7 people

    • SharonKinDC says:

      There’s a new media expert in town…and Trump draws the ratings… at some point, maybe greed will take over. A Trump Presidency will mean a LOT more interesting reports and likely good access for the ‘good’ journalists.

      Liked by 4 people

  9. Dan Schwartz says:

    Two YUUUGE Florida Post-Debate Polls Show Trump Ahead, ¡Jeb! holding back Marco

    Two Massive Florida Post-Debate Polls show Donald Trump ahead of all comers, Rubio Held Back by Jeb. Florida Decides polling has Trump 37%, Carson 17%, Rubio 16%, Cruz 10%, Jeb 7%. Viewpoint Florida polling has Trump 27%, Rubio 16%, Carson 15%, with Cruz & Bush at 12%. The news is Really Bad in the Sunshine state as Jeb is holding back Marco, but the converse is not true.

    http://my.telegraph.co.uk/discpad/brakeshoe/16153492/two-massive-florida-post-debate-polls-show-trump-ahead-rubio-held-back-by-jeb/

    Liked by 8 people

    • Matt says:

      Doesn’t anyone else find it odd that Trump does better than Rubio against Hillary in Rubio’s home state of Florida (according to a massive poll), yet these national polls have Rubio running better than Trump against Hillary? This whole thing is beyond shady.

      Anyone with eyes knows that Trump and Carson are not tied nationally. It cannot be that some state polls have Trump approaching 35-40% in New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, but he’s tied nationally. That cannot be so.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Doodahdaze says:

        Sure it can. All they have to do is rig the polls then push them on the Boob Tube as legit. That is exactly what is going on in this massive globalist conspiracy against the USA.

        Liked by 3 people

  10. Trump is at the top of the polls.
    Dope lost YUGE in Ohio tonight.
    Flamers in Houston went down in flames once the citizens got a chance to vote.
    Virgina keeps its GOP senate despite Bloomberg’s anti gun millions.
    Bevin wins KY and only the 2nd Repub in 4 decades to do so.
    This MN poll showing Hillary losing to Trump plus the Florida poll showing Jeb and Rubio losing to Hillary, but not Trump.
    Trump said the Silent Majority isn’t going to be silent any more.
    I think the Donald has it nailed !!!!
    Full tilt Uniparty panic starts NOW !!!!

    Liked by 22 people

  11. sundance says:

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  12. NewOrleans says:

    Absolutely beautiful! Well done, Sundance!

    Liked by 6 people

  13. NewOrleans says:

    Looks like they want to drag the results out. Or have time to make them look better.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. 2x4x8 says:

    So this is what Jeb means by his new reboot slogan, “Jeb Can Fix It”

    Liked by 5 people

  15. goodoldboy66 says:

    Al ‘Trunk Full of Votes’ Franken – Ha! Seems if Mini Mogadishu-sota does have some sense yet.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. NJF says:

    Wow. This guy is I. For the fight of his life. I can’t wait to watch him taken down both sides!!!!!

    Watching Shillary go down in flames will be specially sweet 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  17. Recently on Hot Air I said, Hillary is actually as unelectable as Mitt Romney and this is not a secret. Its why Obama was pushing Biden and in fact why the Liberal base desperately wants Bernie Sanders, but he’s been bought off by the Clintons.

    I’ll say this, at least the GOPe, even if it does not want to have it, is indeed undergoing a period of reflection, like it or not. Can’t say the same for the Donkey’s, who are about to have a disastrous coronation, just to please Hillary’s ego. She literally has no personality which why she always comes across as fake.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Yes, RCJ. I see very little to no effort for regular, God-fearing, Constitution-believing dems to kick the communists and the communist agenda out of the party.

      I could tell you easily the difference between a democrat and a socialist. (Ex: do you advocate MORE for great student outcomes, or teacher union issues? -Take your pick. Also, we traditional dems, looking out for the little guy, could steal the abortion issue from “conservatives,” who have been very lukewarm overall. Imagine the conservative side losing abortion as an issue?)

      I guess Occupy Wall Street and BLM have only convinced the left half of Americans that they are on the right course.

      There is little to no interest in exposing fake, manufactured media or stories. This is crazy, as people work to steal and hijack the dem apparatus, no one cares.

      I jumped off the crazy train during the 2008 primary and decide the party was gone. With Kerry and Gore, I still believed in the party, but hated each as a prez candidate and voted for neither.

      As each generation comes along, they know less about American civics, and the education system leaves them dumber than evar. So, there may not be much to work with.

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  18. Jtomka says:

    I love theconservativetreehouse!!!! Thank you to everyone!!!!

    Liked by 17 people

  19. davidfarrar says:

    Trump is the only presidential candidate without a power base. This is the reason why he is so popular with independent, middle-class Americans, it gives them a chance to be their own power base rather than being the base of someone else’s power. It can be said Trump is the only truly Independent presidential candidate in the race.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Jett Black says:

      Trump’s power base is essentially everyone who works and wants the law to give them equal protection to enjoy the fruits of their work. Really about as simple and incredibly broad-based as that. Every other candidate, except Carson, is a parasite. Carson has retired–from medicine and campaigning. He never, afaik, worked as an executive.

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  20. John Hall says:

    http://kstp.com/article/stories/s3952441.shtml
    Updated: 11/03/2015 7:54 PM
    Created: 11/03/2015 3:49 PM KSTP.com
    Sixty-four percent of Minnesota voters think Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States in 2016, according to a new, exclusive KSTP-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA.

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  21. John Hall says:

    Cached version:
    Updated: 11/03/2015 6:52 PM
    Created: 11/03/2015 3:49 PM KSTP.com
    Sixty-four percent of Minnesota voters think Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States in 2016, according to a new, exclusive KSTP-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA. But enough independent Minnesotans cross-over and vote Republican in hypothetical head-to-head matchups with the leading Republican candidates, that Clinton is positioned today, one year till votes are counted, as the first Democrat to fail to carry Minnesota’s (now) 10 electoral votes since George McGovern lost the state to Richard Nixon in 1972.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Rene says:

      Yep. That was definitely squelched by a someone high up.

      Liked by 2 people

    • sundance says:

      Is there a way to get a screen grab of that “cached page”?

      Liked by 2 people

    • mnlakes says:

      I’ll tell you why. Most of the state would be Red if it weren’t for Minneapolis/ St Paul. Three or more of the Terrorists in the 9/11 attack came from the Somalia Refuges in Minneapolis. Several others have been caught trying to join ISIS, they have formed gangs and are causing all kinds of trouble. Now Betsy Hodges, the Mayor of Minneapolis signed a letter to President Obama saying she was willing to take even more refugees (from the next batch coming in) than what has been proposed by the administration.

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      • mnlakes says:

        also at a town Hall meeting in St Cloud filled with concerned citizens our Governor Dayton said he was aware of the racial tensions in St. Cloud with regard to Somali refugees.
        “If you are that intolerant, if you are that much of a racist or a bigot, then find another state,”
        Trump is our only hope. He is the only one that said they have to go back.

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        • NCPatrick says:

          Oh gosh, Lakes .. my son and his family live in Bloomington and I worry about them so much. I do follow Minnesota news closely because of them and have followed the sagas about the Somalis as well as the unusual number of Minnesota residents who are trying to enlist in ISIS.

          Also I worry about my South Dakota loved ones. I read somewhere recently that SD is receiving a huge number of “refugees” but don’t remember from which region. I was hoping to move back to South Dakota in a year or so, but the midwest could be gone by then if we don’t fight these corporate thugs and take back our country. Wow .. I need to play my unofficial Trump fight song right away!

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Between Fed Gov’s ‘celebration of diversity’ and down-playing assimilation AND the sad reality a fair amount of ROP types can’t/won’t assimilate, there are more problems which will arise.

        Don’t have the link ATM, but a good piece popped up on learned scholar Bernard Lewis peddling Bush/Cheney a pile of manure: told them ROP is compatible w/ the West and ‘freedom’ was key for them. Then we ended up nation building, and increasing the imports, post 9/11.

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      • You are entirely correct. I live in the SW corner of the state, and it is solidly Red out here. Our county (Cottonwood) and the surrounding counties always vote Republican, but then it never fails, the Twin Cities, and the far northern portion of the state always vote Demoncrat. I would highly recommend to “Governor” Dayton that he should have the Twin Cities succeed from the state of Minnesota and start a new state. Maybe name it Minnesotastan? How about that?

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        • mnlakes says:

          Maybe Wisconsin could just absorb them then all we would have to do is move the State boundaries on a few maps. Since neither option will ever happen, I’m taking Dayton’s advise and getting out. Still not sure where to go though. Any Ideas??

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  22. Terry in GA says:

    It looks like fear is really setting in with the various cable and news stations, and the desperate covering up of Trump’s blowing away the competition has shifted into overdrive. I do love seeing that the lobbyists and elites, etc., who had it all planned through election day are seeing the unthinkable happen.

    And Marco’s new sugar daddy is all in on Common Core, so that will go down like a ton of bricks.

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  23. Artist says:

    This is so great!
    maybe it’s just me, maybe I thought they were smart and they really weren’t but hey Sundance, anyone, can you answer why Breitbart is totally Carson obsessed? I don’t get it…what’s the point?

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    • Carson up is PC falling down. I may be a Trumper, but Carson is beating down the same bushes. Carson is securing himself a place in the White House, one way or another. But after making the most powerful statement possible about Islamic Constitutional incompatibility, and actually going UP in the polls because of it, I’d say he earned it!

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Carson is at his best w/ sweeping, almost philosophical statements. Which is great, but it doesn’t fix a leaking pipe. Thus, his shifting stance on medicare, inability to explain his tax plan… or even identify what it is and post the darned thing on his website, tells me he’s NOT ready for prime time. Followed by his remarks he wasn’t sure he could be President until 1,000’s told him, nor do I hear his compelling reasoning and desire for the job… Topped w/ incessant fundraising, almost 3/5 of which is cycled back out in fundraising efforts, which nets Carson little, and makes those firms a bundle, I have to ask WHY is he running? His close relationship w/ Herman Cain and similar associated overlapping Cain’s like a Venn Diagram, makes me think Carson is Cain.

        While Fox acts like both have been way out in front for months, that is not true. Trump took the lead two weeks after he entered the race and kept it. Carson has been at it longer and only started gaining steam in late September. The Muslim comments really helped and then Fox upped the pimpage of his candidacy. Meanwhile, he’s not done much of anything to put out solid policies. Yet, he isn’t badgered much at all by the MSM, and when challenged in the debate, came off poorly, and now he and his team want to pack the stage w/ all of the candidates. IOW, he doesn’t want many questions.

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      • Yeoman says:

        Carson is riding on Trump’s coat tails in a sense. The LSM is pushing him because he is the opposite of Trump and easy to beat in the general.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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  24. spacette55 says:

    I’ve always thought Trump and Carson were teamed up to steer the narrative. When you think of it, their styles are very complimentary. I see Carson as a highly effective Secty of Health and Human Services.

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    • getfitnow says:

      I see Carson as a highly effective Secty of Health and Human Services.

      I wonder. Since ACA, that dept is almost as large as the Defense Dept. At this point, I would be comfortable with him as Surgeon General. It’s been a long time since we’ve had a credible (imo) and recognizable SG.

      I, of course, defer to Trumps vetting/selection process.:)

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      • Malatrope says:

        “Since ACA, that dept is almost as large as the Defense Dept.”

        I think perhaps you are behind the times a little bit. The 2009 DoD budget was $651 billion, but the HHS budget was $879 billion. I shudder to think what they are now.

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      • stillhopeful says:

        “…Surgeon General.”

        He’s pro vaccination.

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        • Jett Black says:

          Is that a complaint or compliment? Would we prefer a moderate pro-vaccination SG (who has no authority to force anyone to do anything) or an extra-libertarian pro-pandemic SG? Feel free to pick, but if you pick the latter, keep yourself and your kids thoroughly cloistered.

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          • Jett Black says:

            BTW, one reason I’m a little testy about this is a loved one got infected with whooping cough last year and went undiagnosed, despite several doctor and one ER visit, b/c no one is supposed to be getting whooping cough anymore. She’s still suffering with fallout from it and may be chronically asthmatic as a result. This is one spot where individual liberty crosses the line of injury to the public.

            The illegal invaders aren’t vaccinated either and carry all these diseases that had been essentially eradicated or were kept to a minimum by “herd immunity,” thanks to the civilized world’s fairly extensive and widely followed vaccination regimes. So my little PSA is stop being a walking bio-weapon and drain on the economy–get a tetanus update (Tdap), containing adult pertussis and diphtheria vaccination boosters and a flu shot or flu mist (if you’re a needle weenie). For kids, follow Carson’s and Trump’s advice and demand that their doctors use smaller doses and spread vaccinations out as appears to be the current state of the art.

            Just think, if we could’ve vaccinated against progressivism, how much happier and healthier the whole country would be!

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    • wizzum says:

      I think Trump is using Carson to soften his image, He knows Gentle Ben is not a real contender and can be nice to him without needing to worry about the MSM attacking him for pointing out GB’s weaknesses. The Donald can point to GB and say, If I’m so mean to my adversaries why haven’t I seriously gone after the “front runner” ?
      He know that the MSMS will take down Gentle Ben as soon as bear season opens after the holidays

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  25. Ivehadit says:

    Has anyone posted this to lucianne.com? She has 2 negatives on Donald in must reads today.
    Plouffe is on morning joe spouting the old tripe about a moderate republican could win the general after 8 years of a dem, but not Trump and Cruz…LOL. Bingo! They are SCARED for sure.

    This morning, the media narratives/agendas are in full throttle mode.Because Donald is winning!

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  26. Melania for 1st Lady says:

    I just tried to call to ask why they changed/edited/censored their story to leave out the part where it says that enough independents would vote Trump for The Donald to carry the state over Hillary, beating the Dems in MN for the first time in a long time.

    Switchboard: 651-646-5555
    Newsroom: 612-5TV-NEWS (612-588-6397)

    Tried calling the newsroom phone first and waiting for a human but only got recording. Then tried switchboard phone and a recording there said that their office hours don’t start until 8am (Minnesota is central time). I’ll call back in about 45 minutes and see what their sorry excuse is.

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  27. wyntre says:

    WTF!

    This is hands-down some of the most tortured editorial writing I have ever seen. I had to read it THREE times to understand that the point is is HRC loses to a R in 2016 according to their polls.

    Instead of saying THAT, the reporter hems and haws and distracts with phrases like
    HRC is the “first democrat” knowing the reader will anticipate some celebratory clause to follow but instead proceeds “to fail to.” Notice it doesn’t cite specific numbers. My head hurts. I’m on my first cup of coffee!

    “. . .that Clinton is positioned today, one year till votes are counted, as the first Democrat to fail to carry Minnesota’s (now) 10 electoral votes since George McGovern lost the state to Richard Nixon in 1972″….

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  28. I live in Minnesota, so I am well acquainted with the Uniparty here in Minnesota. Awesome catch by TLR (or whoever caught it). I am very interested to hear what KSTP’s answer will be to why they deleted that info from the article. Needless to say, the Uniparty is assuredly in panic mode!!

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  29. EJ says:

    Haha – I actulally saw it. I am certain Bc i said “wow” to my wife and explained the poll. This is getting funny. I play golf and growing up adults always said – don’t cheat, you are only cheating yourself. These people are so delusional that think that can just delete and re-write reality.

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  30. Dora says:

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  31. Nessie509 says:

    I don’t want to be too hard on folks who have posted about Dr Carson. He’s being promoted by media to suck votes away from Trump so Rubio can gain a foothold and win more delegates in the proprtional states.
    Look, you don’t have to research very much internet to find old videos of the good doctor promoting Mannetech. But, this is beyond the scope of Sundance’s current blogging and in any event, although not reported by media, Trump is beating Carson everywhere.
    Here is one of many links to a video of Dr Carson promoting Mannetech. As with almost all internet material, it is difficult to verify the accuracy of the information. The issue is whether Dr Carson had a contractual relationship with Mannetech. I believe the Texas attorney general would have charged the good Doctor with fraud had he intentionally and knowingly made misrepresentations under a contractual arrangement or agreement. Just common sense tells any experienced voter that the videos he made are going to convince folks he cannot be trusted and isn’t electable in any event.
    https://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/presidential-candidate-ben-carson-shilling-for-mannatech-with-his-own-alternative-cancer-cure-testimonial/

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  32. boutis says:

    The Reuter’s poll shows Carson bombed at the last debate. LOL. http://polling.reuters.com/#!poll/TR130/type/smallest/filters/PARTY_ID_:2/dates/20150808-20151103/collapsed/false/spotlight/1
    The media is going to have to come up with a new narrative on who is beating Trump. Rubio went up about 1%.

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    • TheTorch says:

      Well I think Kasich was the next one lined up for a surge if Rubio or Carson faltered, but that was before he was stumped by the Trump!

      So maybe it will be Jindal he had a mini surge in IOWA!

      LOL 😀

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    • Artist says:

      except for Breitbart who has become some sort of Anti-Trump Carson gushing groupie. Breitbart used to be my go to internet site in the morning….but something radically changed.
      I wish I knew the back story, it’s weird.

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      • NCPatrick says:

        Yes, I’ve noticed it too and am wondering, like you, why the big change? I’m not checking Breitbart as often lately because Treehouse is really a lot more interesting and for some reason Breitbart’s site keeps freezing my computer, but it’s still curious.

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        • MissV says:

          Nailed it, NCP. Treehouse is most interesting blog on the internet. It’s become my go-to site several times every day. Long may it wave!

          There is a strong anti-Trump faction on BB that leaves me cold. This morning on the new BB Sirius XM daily news show the callers were all in a Carson love-fest. Creeped me out, to be honest with you. And the headlines on BB are definitely in a tizzy over Carson’s new ‘lead’ over Trump. Whatever.

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      • shelleybear66 says:

        Yes! What happened to Breitbart?! Started really noticing about a month ago. I cannot hardly stand to visit the site anymore!

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      They are ignoring it.

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  33. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    It is the time to put the Lie-Stream (MSM) Media away.

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  34. TwoLaine says:

    Another thing, when they show polls on the boob tube, always look to the bottom for the dates it covers. Most of what they are covering is also OLD. They refuse to show anything new, or CREDIBLE, that disputes their AGENDA.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Also the MOE. All 3 of the outlier’s w/ Carson leading nationally had a small sample (for a national poll 300-500) and larger MOE 4.5-5%+. Rush talked about it yesterday, too. Going through the raw data of the NBC/WSJ poll, besides being mostly pre-debate, the sample was very heavy in Carson’s best demo’s. Trump is more even across the board, but w/ little blue collar and heavy exec/managerial, and white collar college degree and post-grad, it was easy to push Carson ahead.

      I suspect Fox will also limit which polls it uses. If it’s the MSM polls, my guess is they’ll hope to push Trump to 2nd place for the next debate. All part of the narrative.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        They want him in a different slot for the next debate, and they won’t let anyone or anything get in their way. I wonder if the criteria reflects that polls must have x amount of respondents to qualify.

        I still think they are also intentionally goading him into spending $$$ and buying their ad space. I wonder if that would be considered FRAUD.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          Oh, I certainly think they want to bleed his $$$. Interestingly, Trump is appearing tomorrow to preview his new commercial. Earned media for an ad!

          The great thing is he gets a MUCH cheaper rate as the campaign is paying for it, rather than a pac.

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          • TwoLaine says:

            They were noticeably disappointed he was only doing $300k, and in radio ads. 😉

            It was hilarious! CNN would only play the one with TRUMP’s voice. Pretended they didn’t have the other. Made a lot of fuss about, “he said he would be doing something different than all the rest”, and acting as if he disappointed them.

            TRUMP is NEVER going to tell them what he has in his ARMORY. When are they going to listen to him? He is General MacArthur.

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  36. TheTorch says:

    Great news and more confirmation of why the GOPe is in meltdown.

    I know it had been said before but the recent developments regarding the agenda polls from CBS/NYT, NBC/WSJ, the false narratives being created, especially encouraged by Fox News, and the suspect Kentucky polling where Bevin was actually ahead, all leaves to only one conclusion, that the internal polling must be terrifying the GOPe.

    The uniparty structure is facing its biggest crisis ever, the populace has woken from its slumber and is readying itself to storm the barricades and crush the uniparty control structure.

    The talking heads of the establishment would prefer a Rubio or Jeb nomination even if they knew that Hillary would win. Trump is their nemesis and must be vanquished at any cost, even sacrificing the presidency if necessary.

    Their anger and disgust is palpable and knows no bounds. They will resort to every dirty trick imaginable. BUT they are fighting a losing battle, the tusami heading for them will overwhelm their defences. They know what’s coming, they just can’t accept it.

    The Trump train rolls on… We must be vigilant, and not let up for a second, show no weakness and be as strong as possible against the forces they will surely marshal.

    COLD ANGER.

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    • stringy theory says:

      Torch, you have again outdone yourself with your spot on comment and observations. For the GOPe, that’s just the light at the end of the tunnel, but we know it’s the “Trump train” you describe. Love it!

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  37. bitterlyclinging says:

    “The Democrats have their very own built in Super Pac. Its called the media!” Ted Cruz

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  38. Backspin says:

    The Big Six – Just 6 companies own almost ALL media. Check out .. Wikipedia page , Concentration of Media Ownership.

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  39. Great Kabuki says:

    All elections have consequences….eventually. In 2014, when McConnell promised to fix the world and stick it to Obama it gave him enough juice to push past Biven. But because it was all a lie, he helped ignite a slow burn that is now beginning to take shape. Last night’s results in both big…and little…races, portend a major train wreck for the GOPe. Their mask keeps slipping day by day and we can see the truth. It’s panic time.

    They can game it, master mind it, “strategery” it, consult it, focus group it, poll it, lie about it, subterfuge it, speechify it, rationalize it, or just flat out deny it, but reality bites! The people will rise…this is just the beginning of Making America Great Again!

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  40. jackntx says:

    Donald filed in NH this morning. Trying to find full video of presser, but this snippet pretty good:

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  41. Lars says:

    Just having a severely wounded candidate as your only real choice (Witcharry) proves the Dumbo party is in total disarray.

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  42. charliewalksonwater says:

    The only way Trump will lose is if the Uniparty chains and locks the doors of the polling places.

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  43. sam says:

    with the few recently fake polls for Ben Carson they screw up the average so now Carson is ahead of Trump average nationally. The MSM purpose is probably to have Carson center stage at the debate to slow Trump’s momentum.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      That’s only if you are looking in certain places, where they don’t list all of the polls. Huffington Post, surprisingly, is quite objective and lists all professional polls. Trump average is up by over 6, can’t recall the exact number, don’t hold me to it.

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  44. joebal says:

    notice how quinnipiac polling has become the new “darling” of the MSM, it always seems to show one of the establishment candidates in a better light than these more “ad hoc” polls, wonder how the money will be kicked back to good ole Quinnipiac U. to help push poll the pro-politicians down the road.

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  46. joshua says:

    If it were 1958, and Trump and Jeb were competing automobiles,
    Trump would be the Caddy

    and Jeb would be the Edsel

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  47. Ron says:

    Go trump go.

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