Democratic Party Lying and Polling Fraud Unparalleled in Electoral History
SOTN Editor’s Note:
SOTN seriously hesitated to post the naked propaganda piece by THE HILL shown below. However, the Clinton Campaign, Democratic Party and Mainstream Media (MSM) have incessantly conspired to disseminate so much propaganda and false poll data that exposing them has become an existential imperative. Yes, the very existence American Republic itself is now at stake.
Of course, this dynamic of deception has always occurred during presidential election cycles … but nothing like 2016. The level of outright prevarication and deceit exceed anything this nation has seen in 228 years. The DEMs have literally gone crazy in their attempts to smear and besmirch, misrepresent and vilify, tar and feather, slander and libel Donald Trump at every opportunity. The vast majority of those opportunities have literally been manufactured out of thin air by the forever corrupt and misleading MSM. That’s because of the current electoral reality, which points directly to the fact that:
The good news here is that The Donald has succeeded at laying bare just how duplicitous and deceitful both the MSM and Democratic Party truly are. Just like George W. Bush demonstrated how treacherous and dishonest the GOP could be, Obama & Company has performed the same service in the exposing DEMs. As the titular head of the Democratic Party, Obama’s lawlessness and criminality have pervaded the whole ‘party’, not that Team Clinton needed a role model.
Truly, in the candidate of Hillary R. Clinton have the Democrats chosen the most untruthful and untrustworthy candidate in U.S. history. Her extremely destructive campaign has shown the American people just how low and dirty she will be as POTUS. Is that where the American people really want to go?! Don’t they know how dangerous she really is?
The article posted below is a great example of the unprecedented spewing of MSM propaganda. It actually describes — by analogy — the real-time exodus of lifelong Democrats, many of whom will vote for Donald Trump in November. They are not so stupid to as to ignore the import of the following link.
And that is only the Abridged Version of Hillary Clinton’s rap sheet.
State of the Nation
August 10, 2016
Essential Reading for Democrats:
Democratic Voters BEWARE. Your Wrong Vote Will Bring Our Ruin. And Especially Your Ruin.
Clinton Republicans are 2016 trend
By Amie Parnes
By Amie Parnes – 08/10/16 06:00 AM EDT
Meet the Clinton Republicans.
Just as Reagan Democrats emerged three decades ago to catapult Ronald Reagan to the White House, a crop of unexpected cross-party supporters has surfaced during this election cycle.
And they are helping Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
The steady trickle of Republicans coming out for Clinton have boosted her campaign and drawn attention to a divided GOP.
“Remember that term ‘Reagan Democrat?’” Adam Parkhomenko, the founder of the superPAC ‘Ready for Hillary’ wrote in a post on Twitter over the weekend. “Hearing a lot of ‘Clinton Republican’ nowadays.”
Republicans for Clinton include top GOP fundraiser and former tech company executive Meg Whitman, former Michigan governor William Milliken, former MGM CEO and GOP donor Harry Sloan along with retiring Rep. Richard Hanna (N.Y.).
A Clinton aide said each defection could cause a domino effect of sorts, allowing for other rank and file Republicans to endorse Clinton.
And one Clinton ally noted that the GOP diaspora has less to do with an affecting among GOP voters for Clinton, and more about distaste for Trump.
“We don’t have to do much,” the ally said. “Donald Trump is doing all the work for us.”
Clinton has sought to take advantage of the issue.
During the Democratic National Convention, she seized on Republican themes and values.
”We have the most powerful military,” she said. “The most innovative entrepreneurs. The most enduring values — freedom and equality, justice and opportunity. We should be so proud that these words are associated with us. That when people hear them, they hear America.”
The Clinton campaign is running an ad that features criticisms of Trump from former Republican office holders and conservative commentators — a clear effort to win over rank-and-file GOP voters.
In a recent address, Clinton also argued that Trump was “unfit” to be president and couldn’t be trusted with the nuclear codes.
Republican strategist Ron Bonjean, who hasn’t endorsed Trump yet, never thought he’d see the day when solid-red Republicans were committing to Clinton. But he says Trump has pushed some in his party over the edge.
“He hasn’t made the case that he will take the governance part seriously,” Bonjean said.
He and other Republicans still think there’s a chance that Trump can stop the bleeding, however.
“If he begins to right the ship and focuses fire on Hillary Clinton instead of inter party fighting or picking on gold star families, that may convince some Republicans to give him a chance,” he said.
Republicans have crossed the aisle to vote for Democratic presidential candidates in the past.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsed President Obama days before the 2008 election over Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).
So did former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld, who this year is running as the vice presidential candidate on the Libertarian Party ticket.
While Clinton moved to the left in the Democratic primary as she was challenged by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), she has a centrist reputation and a history of working with Republicans in Congress.
On issues of foreign policy and national security, she is seen as a hawk given her support for the Iraq War. She was also an advocate for muscular action against Syria within the Obama administration.
Such positions could be attractive to Republican voters, particularly given Trump’s criticism of GOP foreign policy leaders — including former President George W. Bush.
Nonetheless, historians say it’s unclear how many Republicans will jump ship and whether the Democratic nominee will be able keep their support in the long term.
Many of those in the GOP backing Clinton have been open about the fact that they are doing so because of Trump, not out of affection for the Democrat.
“We will see how much of a shift there is,” said Julian Zelizer, a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University.
Katherine Jellison, a professor of history at Ohio University, predicts that Clinton’s support from Republicans will be short-lived.
“We may see it one election cycle and then never see it again since it’s largely a reaction against Donald Trump,” she said.
Bonjean also said he doesn’t see a trend.
“I don’t think Republicans are thinking she’ll be a phenomenal president but…these Republicans who are breaking away from Trump would rather have the devil they know than the devil they don’t know.”
It’s also not clear whether rank-and-file Republicans will follow in the footsteps of office holders who have backed Clinton — especially with bigger name Republicans such as Powell, former National Security Council Adviser Condoleezza Rice and others not offering an endorsement so far.
“While we have seen some high profile Republican elites who have said they would vote Democratic, it’s unclear how many voters will switch from red to blue especially in such a polarized age,” Zelizer said. “The electorate is much more rigid than it was even in the 1980’s so unclear how many will vote for her as opposed to not voting at all.”