Cleveland Ohio: Team Clinton vs Team Trump – A Simple Comparison…

Ohio, 18 Electoral Votes.

Yesterday Hillary Clinton campaigned in Cleveland:

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Today, Donald Trump and Mike Pence campaigned in Cleveland:

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254 Responses to Cleveland Ohio: Team Clinton vs Team Trump – A Simple Comparison…

  1. psadie says:

    Oh so sad! I’ll bet they were paid to show up or they are the “gawkers” who come to see a Presidential candidate up close! TRUMP 2016…HURRY UP NOV. 8TH.

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  2. FreedomNinja says:

    Folks, this isn’t even going to be close. MAGA!

    Liked by 25 people

  3. Clinton campaign says they had 18,500 people at their rally ? Can they even count?

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  4. Ace says:

    My local assemblyman can draw more than Mrs. Clinton.

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  5. The size of Clinton’s cried is the same as the bathroom line at Trumps rallies.

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  6. bobsunshine says:

    For Cleveland’s Rally, over 20,000 live views on YouTube – But, wait for it—
    OVER 1.1 Million views on his Facebook page.
    For VA, Trump rally has over 1 Million views on his Facebook page and his speech this morning with the Contract with American, over 732,000 views.
    This is a massive movement, something I have never seen before !! Trump has dominated the social media – he has over 11.6 Million likes for this page. Simply WOW !!!

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  7. Lori R says:

    The Hillary rally is basically the bathroom line at the Trump rally.

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  8. kpm58 says:

    The comparison may not matter.
    Tell me I am wrong (please), but are not the electoral college voters like super delegates? They can vote however they feel like voting?

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    • Sandra says:

      No, electoral college is like bound winner take all delegates.

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      • Sandra says:

        Wouldn’t it be horrible if it was like superdelegates? We’d have to riot then.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Incorrect. They are not bound. They are not even under direct Federal Law. Each state writes its own rules.

        And there have been votes different than outcome. These are called “faithless”.

        A faithless elector is one who casts an electoral vote for someone other than the person pledged or does not vote for any person. Twenty-four states have laws to punish faithless electors. In 1952, the constitutionality of state pledge laws was brought before the Supreme Court in Ray v. Blair, 343 U.S. 214 (1952). The Court ruled in favor of state laws requiring electors to pledge to vote for the winning candidate, as well as removing electors who refuse to pledge. As stated in the ruling, electors are acting as a functionary of the state, not the federal government. Therefore, states have the right to govern electors. The constitutionality of state laws punishing electors for actually casting a faithless vote, rather than refusing to pledge, has never been decided by the Supreme Court. While many only punish a faithless elector after-the-fact, states like Michigan also specify that the faithless elector’s vote be voided.
        As electoral slates are typically chosen by the political party or the party’s presidential nominee, electors usually have high loyalty to the party and its candidate: a faithless elector runs a greater risk of party censure than criminal charges.
        Faithless electors have not changed the outcome of any presidential election to date. For example, in 2000 elector Barbara Lett-Simmons of Washington, D.C. chose not to vote, rather than voting for Al Gore as she had pledged to do. This was done as an act of protest against Washington, D.C.’s lack of congressional voting representation. That elector’s abstention did not change who won that year’s presidential election, as George W. Bush received a majority (271) of the electoral votes.

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        • kpm58 says:

          So the GOPe gets to choose the electors?

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          • TatonkaWoman says:

            It varies by State. In some cases the State Party leadership (GOPe) picks the elector slate. In some they are voted on at the State Convention. I guess in some cases even the Party candidate gets to select the EC slate. No matter how they were selected, they are bound to vote for the party candidate on the ballot.

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        • I can only remember 1 time where 1 electoral college delegate voted against the vote for the state in my attention timeframe. It was big news.

          I would like to see the rules changed where the delegate is bound and votes according to the outcome of their district, not the state total. The D’s bus illegal voters in to the big cities and flood that one or two locations tipping the entire state outcome. The above rule change would make that cheating method useless.

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          • theduchessofkitty says:

            That would have to be done by State law or by Constitutional amendment. I think the Constitutional amendment route would fare better. A new amendment that would award electors based on who wins a Congressional district rather than a winner-take-all slate for the whole state, would weaken the power of the cities over the countryside.

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        • booger71 says:

          In over half the States they are required to vote for the candidate who won, or else they are replaced

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Bull you beat me to the correction. Good on you.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Is that true of every state ..winner ( popular vote ) take all ?

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      Kpm: EC delegates are not like convention superdelegates at all.

      When you vote for your Presidential choice, you are not voting directly for that person, you are voting for the slate of EC delegates that is backing that candidate. In each State, the political parties choose (in various ways) the EC delegates for their candidate. So there is a separate slate of delegates for the Republican, Democrat, Green, and whatever other Party has a candidate. Whoever wins the most votes in the State election (Trump. Trump Trump!) is represented then by their Party’s slate of EC electors when the EC votes. Those electors are – in most cases – bound by State law to vote for the candidate they represented on the ballot. If an Elector votes for someone other than the candidate they were pledged to, they are considered a faithless Elector and could face legal consequences.

      The number of EC delegates is determined simply by the number of congressmen and senators that State has (one-to-one). And that is why the most populous States are always focused on the most.

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    • Kroesus says:

      depends on state law…most bind their EC delegates to vote the same as the GE vote

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    • lzap says:

      They actually can vote how they want. Even if the state law says they must vote for who was selected. It has happen, in a lot of recent elections. For the most part they are selected by the candidates, I expect it is a little different in every state though.

      There is a Clinton Delegate in I believe Washington State that said she will vote for Trump, after the date that she could be changed. The Republican Delegate in LA that said they were going for Clinton, I believe has been replaces..

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  9. juridicus2016 says:

    While taking a fall drive through south central PA (harrisburg-chambersburg-mont alto-Gettysburg) I saw over 100 trump/pence signs and only 2 clinton signs. The vast majority of signs were in private yards and not public right of ways. I have never seen this kind of support during a campaign.

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    • I live in a suburb of Philly and share your enthusiasm but Pennsylvania is largely conservative except for the two major cities – Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. In 2012, Philly had 59 districts with zero votes for Romney – statistically impossible. There were also voter intimidation concerns as you can find on youtube.

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      • juridicus2016 says:

        Mont alto and gettyburg are college towns with strong liberal presence. Yet there was bo visible support for clinton.

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      • singingsoul says:

        My husband was out and about yesterday next to the town we live in S-OH and said he saw many Trump signs only one Hillary. That town has a republican mayor. Here in our town signs are spotty. Evangelicals seem to support Trump around here and they stayed home for Romney. Economy is down and companies have left. I say Trump will have a chance here. Many men join military .

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    • PreNanny says:

      That is my neck o the woods! The amazing thing is the there are even more TRUMP signs on the back roads.

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    • DHarvey says:

      In mid Sept. I spent a week motorcycling through north central PA(Wellsboro and points south) and in the entire week so ONLY Trump signs.. repeat ONLY.. not one single Hillary sign. Amazing!

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  10. janc1955 says:

    There’s no way on God’s green earth, with the lack of turnout she’s getting, that people are running to the polls to vote for that witch. The flip side of the coin is that many people who will wait in line for hours to see Trump, will absolutely make the effort to go the polls to vote for him. There’s no way to convince me this isn’t the case.

    I early voted on day 1 of early voting today in Nevada. 🙂

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    • judyw says:

      I totally agree and Trump brilliantly set up the opposition media and political class to state unequivocally for 51 days in a row that voter fraud is impossible and it is Un-American to even think of disputing the results of the vote count. 🙂

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    • In AZ says:

      The DemonCraps know Klinton is not drawing crowds. That is why they engage in fraud – the dead vote, illegals vote, no voter ID so one person can vote 100 times, etc.

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    • James O'Malley says:

      Yup, even those who hate Trump won’t have the same kind of infectious energy to vote that Trumpers do. People overestimate the power of hatred to drive voters to the polls.

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  11. Bull Durham says:

    We had a great day. Donate. Keep the money going in so he does all he can with venues and the ground game and GOTV. They should not worry one minute about money.

    Volunteer. Phone. Call everyone you know in a Battleground State. Get them into action.

    Email contacts all over the States with good material on America First. Emphasize saving America more than Trump. That is the key now. It is no longer binary, one versus the other.

    “There is no Choice. America or it is lost.”

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  12. alliwantissometruth says:

    A little analogy…

    As a professional musician, I remember the old days when, as a new band just starting out, we’d play little dives, local bars, just anywhere. While any real musician loves playing no matter what, when you get 10 to 20 people show up. it was embarrassing

    But as time went on & we got more popular, we went on to bigger venues & bigger gigs. We ended up opening for some of the biggest rock stars around. Instead of a crowd of 10 or 20, instead of 400 or 800, we played gigs for tens of thousands

    It was exhilarating. Having that many people cheering for your music, the feeling was like no other. Not that we were that popular, I’m just explaining the differences in crowd size, what it meant. It was intense & it was real

    The premise is unmistakable, popularity beats obscurity every time

    To be clear, Hillary is anything but obscure. It’s her message, her persona, her real time/life credibility, her genuine likability that’s obscure. We all know her message & credibility is nothing more than a pack of lies, but the general public may not see it that way, but at least they have their doubts. Confusion equals obscurity, & that spells doom in politics

    She’s everywhere in the media, propped up like no other, yet her entire campaign has fallen flat, evidenced by the size of her “crowds”. That’s a sign of not trusting what she’s putting forth

    This represents even staunch democrats are hesitant. They’re unsure about this candidate. There’s nothing there to inspire & compel people to rally around her

    People can say crowd size means nothing in the scheme of things, & that holds true in many things in life. But when you’re talking about the mood of a nation, when you’re talking about enthusiasm & heartfelt passion, it means everything

    One side can’t get more than a couple hundred people together after advertising it for weeks, & the other side can get thousands upon thousands together within a few hours notice. That represents the pulse of a nation. That represents a movement

    Keep your eyes on the prize ladies & gents. The reckoning is coming

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    • sunnydaze says:

      You are so right, alliwant, and as I was reading this post of yours, another thought came to mind:

      I am quite certain that when Hillary ran back in ’08, she was getting respectable crowds.

      Can you imagine what it’s like for her this time around to come face to face with this undeniable lack of enthusiasm?

      No wonder she doesn’t want to do these rallies.

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      • judyw says:

        Her health issues were just beginning to be serious in ’08 and now naps are a priority in her life. She probably doesn’t remember much of that campaign other than what people tell her but a whole bunch of people are pleased to see the living proof that if you give anyone enough rope…… Can you just imagine speaking to any size group when you can’t even focus your eyes?

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Do you ever play in Austin?

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      • alliwantissometruth says:

        Thanks for the likes & the kind words people

        I’ve played in Austin many moons ago, but don’t play professionally anymore. I’m in my late 50’s, so my touring “sex, drugs & rock & roll” days are over

        Man, I miss those days!

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    • Grace Anne says:

      Beautifully written post. Thank you alliwantissometruth.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The Degaslit Politics 101 image is really good. Took a lot of work by places like this to realize WTH was going on – the true source of all our woes.

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      • Paul Killinger says:

        In asdition to all the other political and economic myths he’s shattered, Trump’s EXPOSURE of the ANTI-AMERICAN activities of GEORGE SOROS ranks right near the top!

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Absolutely. Hillary, who has Podesta letters proving she sucks up to Soros, can now only dismiss the connections as “conspiracy theories”, with every dismissal proving she’s a liar. Trump has brought massive sunlight to the corrupting anti-American influence of SORDID SOROS.

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  13. Eric Kennedy says:

    Weren’t Hillary and Kaine in Pittsburgh today? Do we know the size of that crowd?

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  14. JunieG says:

    Today in Pittsburgh, Hillary spoke to a crowd of 2,000 at a high school gym. 8 years ago at this point in the election, Obama drew about 8-9,000 in Pittsburgh to a sports arena. No comparison.

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  15. Pigg says:

    While these Trump vs Clinton attendance comparisons are encouraging, let’s not forget that Hillary’s large base resides in “Public Housing and/or Speak No English” therefore would not be attending her events. Let’s just pray that these folks aren’t that interested in voting this year.

    This just tells me that the living White majority will be voting for Trump.

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  16. TwoLaine says:

    Is that the EVIL & NASTY Brad Woodhouse at :36, in the Press Pen, making sure they all get their stories straight?

    https://twitter.com/woodhouseb/with_replies

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  17. Pam says:

    Fox tried to claim 5K for the Trump/Pence rally. They are such liars. Joe Seals had already mentioned the attendance for the Cleveland rally was to be at about 10K in anticipation for tonight as the rally was ending in VA Beach this afternoon. 18,500 in that gym? What were they smoking?!

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  18. justfactsplz says:

    I wouldn’t want to be within earshot of Hillary on Nov. 9th when it dawns on her that she lost in a landslide even with all of her rigging.

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  19. TwoLaine says:

    BARF!

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  20. Eagleeye says:

    Hillary Clinton ads on this site puts your ethics in question. How can you continually argue that her money is dirty on the one hand and then be so willing to take it knowing every dime put our country at risk with one deal or another. Shame on you Conservative Tree House! Hypocrites!!!

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      You do realize that Sundance and Crew have no control over the ads distributed through WordPress, right?

      Personally, I’ve never been fed a Hillary ad on this site, ever.

      As a matter of fact, considering that most of the ads are fed though based on cookie tracking, and thus personal preferences, it seems you’d be receiving Hillary ads based on your internet history and the algorithms have come to the conclusion that you, Eagleeye, are more likely to vote Democrat based on your tendency to surf a lot of left-wing websites.

      No matter what the truth is, you are most certainly a fly-off-the-handle, jump to conclusions, quick to assume something based on very little evidence, jackass.
      I’m 100% certain about that.

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      • lastinillinois says:

        I’ve never seen a Hillary ad here.
        I’ve been on CTH nearly 2 years now.

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          No doubt, right?
          Currently I’m getting two advertisers, using Firefox on an IPad, ads for “.blog” and a video ad for Nissan at the Heisman House. I’ve also been getting Chase credit cards and an ad for a local healthcare provider.

          Everybody will be getting different ads based on their location and, if they allow cookies, what their browsing history is revealing.

          Sundance and CTH has no control over any of that.
          That’s all there is to it.

          Geeesh, some people (Eagleeye) take righteous indignation to paranoid schizophrenic levels.

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        • theduchessofkitty says:

          Neither have I.

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      • Eagleeye says:

        Respectfully your conclusion about my algorithm is flawed and highly inaccurate. (Search all of my previous posts) Your ” 100% accurate ” statement is a scientific impossibility as you have no access to my profile, the advertisers data, CTH’s agreement with the advertiser or knowledge of whether I am using a public computer. I am a registered pro-life Republican (I work more than 30 hrs a week knocking on doors, making calls, assembling signs) I am a Trump supporter in a “swing” state who actually is doing the ” real work on the ground” to get him elected and have been for nearly 14 months. Calling me vulgar names implies that you are not a thoughtful person and YOU are actually the type who flies off the handle. EVERY ORGANIZATION CAN CONTROL THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS! THEY DO NOT HAVE TO BUY INTO AMALGAMATED MARKETING THAT MAY DILUTE THEIR MESSAGING OR CREATE THE APPEARANCE OF HYPOCRACY! CTH bought in. PERIOD.

        PS: I realize commenters like you are an exception here on this site. I will miss the thoughtful intelligent commenters who were interested in discovering truths and finding solutions to our nations challenges.

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          Disrespectfully you haven’t a clue what you’re talking about.

          You ran off at the mouth making an erroneous assumption then jumped to an asinine conclusion that Sundance is taking Hillary money for ads on this site and that he is corrupt because of that.

          You are still holding on to this position and tripling down on your own idiocy.

          PS: I have a very low tolerance for diarrhea of the mouth morons who spout crap and expect to be taken seriously. You fit that profile 100% completely. I’m not alone in this regard.

          I thought you were leaving, jackass?

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        • rvsueandcrew says:

          You’re still a jerk, Eagleeye, for jumping on Sundance and not apologizing when presented with new information that points out your erroneous assumption. I have a WordPress blog and I have no control over the ads that WordPress inserts. .

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        • Your double standard is astounding to the point of projection, and your final rant in all caps is ludicrous. U mad bro?

          See ya.

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        • Oh, and BTW…

          AdBlock. It’s free and saves you from the embarrassment one can self inflict when flying off the handle.

          “Man too big for britches bound to show ass.”
          ~The Human Condition

          😉

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          • singingsoul says:

            On my iPad I see Hillary add here and I just scroll down and ignore it. I never gave it a second thought.
            Sundance is a decent person from what I read here and to me seems to have a kind heart like Trump.
            I hope people get over the add. November 9th a new world view will emerge because Trump will win bigly.
            Nov. 10 I am in Chicago hope the town does not burn down…eeck…:(

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        • booger71 says:

          Maybe you see Hillary adds because you frequently are on her sites. Like many, I see no adds when I am here.

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        • Atomic Betty says:

          Perhaps you would like to donate monthly to the treehouse so they can upgrade to a wordpress platform without ads. Sundance and other contributors give of their time and talents for our benefit and shouldn’t be criticized for using a free platform.

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        • joleeinca says:

          eagleeye if you are seeing a Hillary ad then you must have clicked on one of her ads recently. I am seeing a jewelry ad from the same site I was on yesterday looking at jewelry.

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      • Somebody says:

        It’s based on IP address and location Eagleeye is most likely from a swing state. I’m in Florida and I get the Hillary ads too. No, I haven’t been to any left wing sites. During the primary I got targeted ads on youtube for local races.

        I only get the ads when I use my smartphone. Oddly enough I rarely surf the net on my phone, but do every now and then. In fact the only sites I’ve ever surfed on my new phone are this one and two other conservative sites. Other than that I’ve used my phone to price check something a couple of times.

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          I’m not saying it’s impossible to get Hillary ads.
          Her campaign is targeting, obviously, and if you’re within that bulls-eye, you’ll get an ad based on any number of reasons.

          What I’m saying is that CTH has no control over the ads.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            I am seeing much Hillary targeting at swing voters in swing states. Here in Ohio, HEAVY targeting of immigrants and non-English speakers, white suburban and rural women in the 2008 Hillary demographic, and “old suburb and college bedroom community intellectuals” in areas where academics and students reside in great number due to proximity to universities.

            Jeb also targeted here heavily during the primaries, but a different combination of demographics, using a different approach – clearly a bust.

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      • rvsueandcrew says:

        Great reply, graphiclucidity! I love it!

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Boom. I’ve never seen an ad here either. And your takedown was epic.

        Nothing like a troll outing themself.

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    • JunieG says:

      I made it easy for you. “About these Ads” by WordPress: About These Ads
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    • judyw says:

      Ahhhh…..surely you haven’t been around long enough to know the underlying foundation of the success of this site is “Truth Has No Agenda”. NOTHING puts the ethics of these people in question! Your ethics/motives do remain in question though.

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    • Snow White says:

      Would you like some cheese with your whine? You’re jumping to conclusions knowing nothing about Treehouse or Sundance. Shame on you eagleeye.

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  21. kathyca says:

    I just got a survey that specifically said it was Cambridge Analytica. It asked the usual “are you registered,” “who would you vote for” and “favorability” questions, but it also asked for exact birthday and zip code. I think they are cross checking to see who’s actually registered to vote. I also got an email from Trump campaign the other day asking me to make sure I’m registered because they didn’t find me. I use my work address (which is in a different zip) for the donations.

    Also, they asked a question about what was your most important issue. Notably, immigration wasn’t on it. It included the national debt, unemployment, trade, taxes and one or two other financial related topics iirc.

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  22. Eagleeye says:

    To be clear I’m not referring to ads readers post. I’m referring to Pro Hillary ads smack in between your threads. $$$$$$$$$ is always the ultimate corrupter! Sad to see you have turned! Good bye Conservative Treehouse fun while it lasted….sadly not surprised!

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    • Deplorable cowwow says:

      There are no pro Hillary ads anywhere that I have ever seen on TCH, ever

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    • JunieG says:

      The ads are generated automatically. Not selected by the website. Go click the little button that clearly says “About these ads” and see.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      …and then you go and double-down on being a complete moron.

      Don’t let the door hit you where the Good Lord split ya, jackass.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Wayne Robinson says:

      Eagle eye your full of the devil anyone can tell your a clintonista

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      Don’t let the door…well, you know the rest.
      Ads are placed and cycled through here by Word Press. Not by CTH – which has no say in the selection of ads. Now, they could go with an ad-free site. Costs money. Are you willing to pay for that?

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      • Eagleeye says:

        Respectfully, This is exhausting. Let’s be intellectually honest here. CTH bought into this type of marketing. No one forced it on them. Actually I do donate to many many honest thoughtful causes. This could be one of them. Please listen to what you are all saying. It’s ok to take money from or promote things that are diametrically opposed to the health of our families and ultimately our nation as long as it feeds this engine. Saying CTH can’t control it or couldn’t afford to operate otherwise just adds to the hypocracy. It sounds no better than Hillary taking money from Saudia Arabia and then espousing how much she cares about women’s rights. I bid you all good night. Keep up the good fight and consider the possibility that I am not the enemy here.

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        • Well, honestly… if you aren’t the enemy then try a little common sense and some deep breaths. Do some research on Word Press, ask questions before textually berating the fine handlers of this incredible website… Duh!

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          • Eagleeye says:

            The WordPress ad option is NOT a requirement on any site. An organization must opt in to this type of marketing. I agree that CTH had potential to be among the “greats” and maybe still does. It is not ok to espouse truth seeking, country saving rhetoric on one hand but make your money out the back door from organizations that seek to destroy the very thing we are fighting for! It’s definitely not ok to accuse our opponent of being evil ( which she is) and taking dirty money and then CTH does the same thing. It’s a free country ( at least for now). CTH can do what they want. I can keep searching for that ideal. Signing off now. Good night.

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            • Jimmy Jack says:

              By all means sign off from the site permanently.

              How do you know Sundance’s work is hitting home runs? Paid CTR trolls commenting to discredit Sundance by creating a scandal where none exists.

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            • dman777blog says:

              Easgleeye, I like your comment for its comedic value but just in case…

              “At WordPress.com, we sometimes display advertisements on your blog to help pay the bills. This keeps free features free! The ads your viewers will see are determined by their location, browsing histories, and other factors.

              We screen the ads we display for mature or illegal content. Sometimes, however, you or visitors to your site might still see ads you object to — for example, ads for political causes or products you oppose. We do not endorse the content of any ad, and we encourage you to inform your audience that ads are not selected by site owners, but rather generated by our advertising software.

              In some cases, you may want to avoid displaying ads on your site altogether. We know some of you want to have full control over your site’s appearance. To eliminate ads on your blog entirely, you can purchase our WordPress.com Personal, WordPress.com Premium, or WordPress.com Business plans. This might be of particular interest to business sites in order to eliminate any possibility of competitors’ ads displaying on their domains.”
              https://en.support.wordpress.com/no-ads/

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I think the argument against your recommendation is one of the same reasons we did not support “consistent conservative” Ted Cruz. His media approach was destined to lose – to some extent by sabotage from his own team (the globalists and Jeb-bots he took on).

          Trump actually has a working strategy that uses the media allied against us. Likewise, CTH has a working strategy that uses WordPress, part of the social media allied against us. We accept the downside of using the only available platforms, which actually work for us at this level, to win on the upside by causing enormous grief for the socialist globalists. Giving up WordPress has far too many downsides – not the least of which is allowing Hillary trolls in the door in numbers even greater than they are already.

          Be honest. Just getting on the internet uses and enriches the enemy media.

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        • entagor says:

          “Saying CTH can’t control it or couldn’t afford to operate otherwise just adds to the hypocracy”

          hypo-crates give me nightmares too

          Facebook gives you a free site in return for their ads and their data mining. Facebook is kind of like a cat that puts out birdseed to catch the pigeons. The seed is free and the pigeons get banded and tracked

          A site like CTH that sometimes gets linked to Drudge ain’t going to run on that WIFI system in the basement.

          Now why did I say basement?

          Got to go. Mom says lunch is ready

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    • Eastwood says:

      LOL. Ads are not set by CTH. They are set by an ad company based on your profile. If you are getting Hillary ads it’s because they think you are into politics (or her). I’ve been getting cell phone ads because I was looking at an iPhone recently. See how it works.

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      • Somebody says:

        DING, DING, DING……we have a winner!!!

        Correct Eastwood, if you’re getting Hillary ads, it’s because you’re into politics and also most likely because you’re in a swing state…….end of subject.

        I am curious though, Eagleeye do you think the ads would possibly sway anyone coming to this website?? I don’t. I actually laugh when I see the ads because I know they’re money wasted.

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        • Eagleeye says:

          Nothing is funny about money being stolen from the people of Haiti whos children are literally starving or money taken from countries that oppress and mutilate women, the list goes on and on and you know it, but because it is now supporting your interests somehow it’s ok. THE MONEY IS DIRTY! PERIOD!

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          • xyzlatin says:

            Let’s see. The ads are run by WordPress and WordPress gets the income. WordPress thinks you would be influenced by the ad to vote for Hillary based on something which we don’t know but some people say might be your browsing history. Apparently you won’t and you will be voting for Trump. Hillary still has to pay for the ad to WordPress. So wasted ad and Hillary has less money to pay for other ads against Trump. Run Hillary out of money placing useless ads in front of people who are not going to vote for her. Seems a win all round for Trump to me.

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            • xyzlatin says:

              Hillary already has the dirty money, she is not going to give it back to Haiti. So what better cause than to give it to WordPress (and hopefully Sundance). We don’t know who WordPress supports but we know who Sundance supports. If it gives Sundance more support to actually run down Hillary, and elect Trump, then Trump will help Haiti. I think that is described as “What goes round, comes round”, or “irony”. All good.

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          • The Boss says:

            Would you let this go!!!!
            Treepers are trying to help you.
            And you just drone on and on.
            If you can’t, then just go away!!!

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      • Finally! Finally! Someone makes sense!
        Eagleeye? Seriously? A little over-reacting perhaps? Trying to make a point?
        I’m here everyday, all day and most every night; never saw Eagleeye. But maybe Eagleeye just soars about until they find their prey and then swoops down for the death capture! Right?
        OMG! EEEWWW!
        Really over-reaching Eagle…whatever.
        So Long. We’ve wasted enough time; check out Ted Cruz.

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    • gringz says:

      If you are referring to the twitter embed of Hillary with Traymom, that’s just to show how pathetic she is to be pandering to blacks with the false BLM narrative.

      Liked by 1 person

    • nimrodman says:

      Eagleeye: “Good bye Conservative Treehouse …”

      See ya!
      How can I miss you when you won’t go away?

      Liked by 5 people

    • Mr. Izz says:

      For those of us who have been here since the beginning… we know better. Apparently you don’t. Honestly, I kind of hope you leave and don’t come back. You’ve jumped to some massive conclusions based on ridiculous assumptions. Even when it is all calmly explained to you, you ignore the evidence. Do you not even realize what this site is all about?

      Liked by 4 people

    • nice ongoing attempt to derail the thread discussion. 25 Rules of Disinformation. I’ll let you look up which one you are.

      Liked by 3 people

    • I am getting the Hillary ads. It seems like a waste of money for Hillary ads on this site, so I am cool with it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Tparty says:

      The ads are from cookies left behind from sites you have visited.

      Liked by 1 person

    • singingsoul says:

      Eagleeye
      Not true that the ads smack between treads.
      I had gotten Hillary adds only on front page and only on my iPad. I reset safari and that cleans up the stuff.
      I do not like when a person fibs.

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    • entagor says:

      “Saying CTH can’t control it or couldn’t afford to operate otherwise just adds to the hypocracy”

      hypo-crates give me nightmares too

      Facebook gives you a free site in return for their ads and their data mining. Facebook is kind of like a cat that puts out birdseed to catch the pigeons. The seed is free and the pigeons get banded and tracked

      A site like CTH that sometimes gets linked to Drudge ain’t going to run on that WIFI system in the basement.

      Now why did I say basement?

      Got to go. Mom says lunch is ready

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  23. rhenry81 says:

    I haven’t seen or heard much about the violence at Trump rallies recently. I wonder what’ll happened…

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Donald Trump Fan Video – Citizens For Trump!

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  25. CertifiedUnicornTamer says:

    Team Hillary… I’m doing the Lattus method… by level, examining a cross-path, counting rows, and then columns, multiplying by 666, and dividing by the same, minus 1, plus 25,000×10= the right answer.
    Am I right? I don’t understand Common Core.

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    • Close, but you forgot to start off by borrowing from ten. “Ten is your friend… Timmy.” No one understands common core, all by design!

      Whew… it’s getting harder and harder to deal with “their” insanity peacefully. I need some of those sponge bricks I keep hearing about…

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  26. Trumped says:

    They are pulling the last straws!
    When guys like Hume start to side with Trump!

    He gets hammered by PC SJW’s and doubles down:

    The “accuser” started a sex store on Friday!

    I think it is great that Gloria and Hillary pulled this one out! It is the ultimate overkill !

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    • Trumped says:

      And look at her twitter:

      She retweets all sorts of Anti Trump posts and mentions an assault but doesnt say a word about Trump until her new sex shop opens on Friday…

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    • H.V says:

      You are so righteous Brit Hume, you were having an affair with Megyn Kelly.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Trumped says:

        Im all for giving him some slack for at least coming around a little bit on his Twitter 😉
        Some of these guys might grow some balls during a Trump presidency.

        He just retweeted a real sexual assault victim, Juanita Brodderick, to show the difference, after getting attacked by a bunch of dims and SJW’s .

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      The sex worker who’s offended that a Billionaire propositioned her and touched her…..riiiight!.

      Liked by 6 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      ALL RED is desperate. They even picked a phony who looks like Ivanka for psy-op purposes (this matches the clickbait allegations of “too close to his daughters”, which has played constantly for many months).

      THESE HILLARY PEOPLE ARE DETESTABLE.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        That has been particularly nauseating to me. Over 1/3 of US families have no father in the household – I bet those kids would love a father who doted on them. It is such a disgusting thing to suggest about a father who loves his daughter.

        I really think this is not just Trump bashing but another way to marginalize men. I hate it.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      What I want to know is why Hume is skeptical about this porn star but not Alicia Machado who also in porn? I mean, I’ll take it but I don’t trust where it is coming from. Just like Kelly w Brazile. Great but I don’t trust it.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Hillary’s team seem to run in the gutter that they come up with a (…) like this one.
      Maybe she mistook Bill for Trump…/s

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  27. Kelley says:

    The rally was unreal! It was a Trump love-fest:) unfortunately our local paper the plain dealer.. Cleveland.com always misleads about Trump and already is downplaying the massive turnout for Trump.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. zephyrbreeze says:

    I’m taking voting advice from a porn star – said no one ever.

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    • This is getting boring really fast! I lost track of all those dimwits coming forward; insulting me. Seriously, “I’m really Smart” and this just proves to me how really “Stupid” the Lyin’Crooked Campaign is. They really believe the majority of the voting public will believe these incredulous losers who are all connected to Lyin’Crooked’s Campaign.
      What I find most hysterical are the accusations: Mommy, he touched me! Mommy, he looked at me!
      Stop it, stop it. You are cracking me up. I can’t take anymore.
      If anything comes of these accusers and accusations; it will be more voters will clearly understand that Lyin’Crooked not only has bad judgement, she is downright Stupid!

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      • Trumped says:

        I thought the one with the restaurant, that Trump declined to visit, was already one to many but this takes the cake.
        I think it is time to turn it around and blame Allred and these fake accusers for their heinous act on real Assault victims who try to come forward.
        They create an atmosphere where this happens:

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  29. lzap says:

    There is one thing that I have just recently observed about the Clinton “Rallies” is that they do not for the most part wear any election garb. I thought the Dems were into it a little less the the Republicans in the past, but not by that much.

    I see Union t-shirts in groups at the rallies but not many if any powder blue Hillary shirts. I see very few hats. It leads me to believe that most people are just casual attendees, just wanting to see what is going on and looking for freebies.

    Liked by 3 people

  30. xyzlatin says:

    Didn’t happen. None of them happened. Trump said it, I believe him.

    Liked by 4 people

    • majorstar says:

      Truly. In the arena of campaign discourse, Hillary and her people have been shown time and again to be pathological liars, and Trump has been shown to be truthful to a fault. I guess I’m going to believe… TRUMP!!

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  31. Chip Bennett says:

    It’s the gym for the Cuyahofa community college. Their mascot is “Challengers”:

    http://www.tri-c.edu/athletics/

    Note the logo on the gym floor.

    For reference, here’s Obama filling the same venue in 2012:

    http://www.cccvoice.com/2012/06/14/tri-c-gym-filling-with-people-parking-close-to-capacity/

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  32. NJF says:

    Excellent Judge Jeanine

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  33. NJF says:

    How surprising, said no one.

    *Hillary Clinton Meets With Black Lives Matter In Cleveland But Refuses Request By Police – Blue Lives Matter**

    https://bluelivesmatter.blue/hillary-clinton-refused-cleveland-police/

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  34. Hillary can’t beat Trump if they are fair

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Billy Bob says:

    They don’t bother to show up at her rallies but their going to stand in line to vote for her. We shall see…

    Liked by 3 people

    • General P. Malaise says:

      they get paid to vote for her ….and more than once. they don’t get paid to listen to her ..even the dems don’t have that much money.

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  36. Kim Stephens says:

    I was in the audience in Cleveland, how many people were there?

    Liked by 1 person

  37. dreadnok89 says:

    Not even gonna be close. Trump is gonna get buried in a landslide. Too many important people will pull all the stops for clinton to win

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  38. John Patti says:

    One is a half filled high school gym. The other is a 2.2 million sq. ft. convention center.

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