The real battle, is the battle for your mind…
The peak U.S. media false polling cycle is thankfully in the rear-view mirror. Over the next eight days corporate media entities will begin scaling back the promoted pro-Clinton polling advantages they have falsely inserted into the presidential election narrative. By Friday October 28th, their manipulative cycle will have concluded.
Ask yourself: If Hillary Clinton was actually winning by the margins presented, then why is President Obama in Miami Florida, M.I.A.M.I, campaigning on her behalf?
You already know the answer. Everything the media has been putting forth for the past two weeks is simply a ruse. A well designed and well orchestrated ruse; indeed a corporate ruse, but a ruse nonetheless.
In predictable Alinsky fashion, today President Obama heads to Miami and Michelle Obama head-fakes to Arizona for a media speech delivered under the guise of a campaign speech. Meanwhile, without any campaign events today, Pickles heads back to bed …to recover from the 90 minute debate that she needed 5 days of non-campaigning rest to prepare for.
Unlike most of the media polling Rasmussen shows a tight race with Donald Trump ahead of Pickles by 3 points (43/40 SEE HERE).
Early voting has begun in North Carolina, and the lines on day one of early voting are long.
The early-voting period in North Carolina covers 17 days and lasts until Nov. 5th.
[…] The NAACP on campus is encouraging students at Johnson C. Smith to vote Thursday. They’re even shuttling them from campus to the voting location every 15 minutes.
The get out the vote effort by the NAACP is taking place at campuses all over North Carolina. They said they want to push back against what they call systemic voter suppression efforts aimed at African-Americans and other communities.
Several of the students on campus will be voting for the first time and told Channel 9 that they’re not concerned about lines, but excited to have their voices heard. (read more)
However, things might not just be what they have traditionally, and historically, appeared to represent: