So a couple of weeks ago the New York Times illegally released information on Donald Trump's taxes. A furor erupted on the left until it was shouted down by Americans informing them that Trump just followed the tax code, something that all of Hillary's big donors do routinely, and the supposed major October Surprise died a well deserved death. And then, a week ago tomorrow the Washington Post released a story about Trump's past involving women. The furor was once again raised, Democrats and the cowardly RINOs jumped on it and, just before the big second debate the disgusting hack, NBC's Chuck Todd, announced that the election was now over and Trump was dead.
But something happened on the way to the election. Donald Trump came out cool, calm and collected at last Sunday night's debate at St. Louis' Washington University and tore down the argument piece by piece. He admitted that he had made mistakes and was, in fact, a mortal sinner. Then he went after Hillary on her efforts to attack women who had been assaulted by husband Bill, and moved on to the issues where he showed himself as standing with the majority of good Americans and against the total sell out of America to the New World Order. Hillary was caught off guard, she tried to hide it, but all of her answers either involved the vague assertion that she had a plan or by telling people to go her website to fact check Donald. Really, Hillary, we're supposed to go to a partisan site to fact check the issues? And even Politifact and Scopes which are so often cited by Democrats and RINO Republicans were set up by partisans for the Left.
And, of course, the moderators did their best to talk over Trump and interrupt him while giving a free pass to Hillary. This same action happened in the first presidential debate as well as the vice presidential debate. They offer examples of just how jaded the media, both in print and visual format, has become.
Now we have a few more bimbos coming out with stories about Trump, women who have remained silent for generations and who are avowed supporters of Hillary. And, surprise! Once again it's being offered by the New York Times. The media wants to talk about that, but they conveniently fail to cover the huge volume of Hillary emails that Wikileaks is releasing by the thousands. Julian Assange, a man who is under death threats and who Hillary even suggested could be a target for drones, is standing strong with his process and he is doing us a public service. Like him or not, the job of the media is to fairly and honestly report the news. Our American media sadly refuses to do so and Assange is just filling the vacuum that the Fourth Estate has left open.
It's kind of like what Obama did by leaving a vacuum in Iraq for ISIS to fill. People are looking for the truth and that's why the internet websites and blogs as well as Talk Radio has taken over. The people will find the truth and they do recognize truth from falsehood. When supposed news people don't present news, but spew one-sided propaganda, even dogma, it is easily recognized and America is picking it up in record numbers loud and clear.
The media is trying to do all it can to project Donald Trump as the loser in advance. Don't believe it. Attend a Trump rally and look at the huge crowds and the enthusiasm and then take a look at a Hillary event. When you look at the polls that show Hillary ahead, make sure you dig down deeply into the make-up of the sample. They are stacked heavily toward Democrats, with percentages that are not accurate. They also fail to account for the many voter changes such as the party affiliation changes of hundreds of thousands in key states like Pennsylvania.
Now I'm not saying that Trump is a guaranteed winner, but I am saying that the media cannot be believed without plenty of grains of salt. Just yesterday down here in North Florida, in Ocala, upwards of ten thousand stood in line for many hours to hear Trump speak and he was on fire and directly on point all through his comments.
And many of you don't remember or weren't alive at the time, but on the Sunday before the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, polls showed him seven to eight percent behind among voters. Not only did he win the following Tuesday, he won over the incumbent President, Jimmy Carter, decisively. Now Trump is no Reagan, but he faces an economic situation similar to what Reagan faced on that November day so long ago. Don't bet the farm on the results upcoming and keep your energy high and your eyes wide open.
God bless America.