It’s about time that someone challenges the validity of American election that is controlled by left-wing radicals.
Trump has been pretty strong in saying the system is rigged in favor of Hillary. When asked point blank if he would concede? The answer he gave left Libs losing their minds.
“I will tell you at the time. I’ll keep you in suspense,” the Republican nominee said after being asked how he would react if Clinton wins. Trump repeatedly called the election “rigged” during the segment, reiterating claims he has made over the past few weeks on the campaign trail as polls show him increasingly trailing the Democratic nominee.
What does that mean? The folks at CNN screaming over each other think they know. But they don’t. Obviously.
All it means is he will reserve judgment. He ‘will see’. This is neither a ‘yes’ nor a ‘no’.
But keep in mind. Voting irregularities are not known in advance. They only become obvious AFTER a vote. How would he be expected to have an answer now?
Millenials will be too young to remember, but this so-called ‘unprecedented’ reaction is no worse than Al Gore. He didn’t accept the results right away. He even took things to the Supreme Court. It was DECEMBER before he conceded Bush as the winner. And even then, oh so reluctantly.
“While I strongly disagree with the court’s decision… I accept it.”
Not every decision has a clear winner. Should he pledge to accept the results on voter night if it’s really close? If there are massive skews that don’t line up with projections? Maybe voter turnout higher than registered voter? Would these things make a difference? Of course they would.
We could look back to past elections to see this ‘unprecedented’ response in its proper context.
We could look at the election of JFK, with its irregularities.
It was one of the closest elections on record. Out of 68 million votes, the difference between the parties was only 113,000. Kennedy ended up taking 303 electoral votes to Nixon’s 219 and 15 for segregationist Sen. Harry Byrd of Virginia. But Nixon would have won if he’d taken Texas, where he lost by only 46,000 votes, and Illinois, where he lost by fewer than 9,000.
Nixon called President Eisenhower. Ike told him he’d heard rumors of voting fraud in Texas and Illinois and urged him to check it out.
By now it was mid-morning and Nixon had no desire to make another concession speech. Instead, he sent Kennedy a congratulatory telegram and dispatched Klein to read it to the press. — Business Insider.
After the loss in 1960, Nixon went on to run for Governor of California in 1962. He had carried the state in 1960, and it had been a Republican stronghold, he was expected to win. It could then launch him to a 1964 run for President. It didn’t go according to plan. Nixon lost by 5% shocking everyone. Although there is no record of voting irregularities in that race, Nixon still gave an epic concession speech.
Watch a clip of Nixon’s concession speech after losing the 1962 Gubernatorial race to Pat Brown. It’s the speech almost every Republican wants to give:
We could look at a more recent example of irregularities — ‘Felons For Frankin’ (Wall Street Journal) That Senate race could have been decided by felons voting illegally.
We could look at evidence that gives pause in THIS election cycle.
No less a person than George Soros says the vote is rigged. (Which is the reason he gives for not being worried about Trump’s popular support when it was surging.)
And he would know: his company is providing voting machines … in 16 States! That’s not sketchy at all.
Then there’s THIS guy: (will he be prosecuted any time soon?)
Some of Scott Foval’s most damning quotes:
‘…we manipulated the vote with money and action, not with laws.’
‘You know what? We’ve been bussing people in to deal with you fuckin’ assholes for fifty years and we’re not going to stop now, we’re just going to find a different way to do it.’
‘I think backwards from how they would prosecute if they could, and then try to build out the method to avoid that.’
‘The question is, whether when you get caught by a reporter, does that matter? Because does it turn into an investigation or not? In this case, in this state, the answer is no, because they don’t have any power to do anything.’
‘No. I think you could do it for the general.
Or the Podesta Wikileaks… you just need a driver’s licence to vote.
We have the same media that ‘called it’ for Gore in 2000 manipulating election-relevant stories today.
Just yesterday CNN’s satellite feed was ‘cut’ precisely when someone dared to mention Wikileaks on air.
They had to apologize for manipulation the Milwaukee riots reporting (to make them pro-BLM)
And this one, barely a month ahead of the election:
Between that, the politicization of ‘independent’ government bodies (like the IRS, the DOJ and the FBI) as well as the Veritas Videos showing deliberate voter manipulation, and the NY Election official flat out saying fraud happens, but he can’t do anything about it, is it even REASONABLE to ask Trump to write a blank check for the vote?
Sure it is. When you’re looking for a soundbite to hang him with.
When Hillary responded to this question, she was ‘appalled’ at his ‘denigrating, talking down our democracy’.
Here’s the quote:
Clinton: Before you’re even finished, it shows you’re not up to doing the job. And let’s, you know, let’s be clear about what he is saying and what that means. He is denigrating, he is talking down our democracy.
And I for one am appalled that somebody who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that kind of position.
This is the same woman who with help from the DNC Chair, and with help from any number of willing accomplices (including ‘journalists’), suppressed the vote in her OWN Party’s Primary Process! SO LITTLE does Hillary trust in or care for the will of the people that EVEN HER OWN PARTY could not be trusted to make ‘the right choice’. So she helped them along in choosing correctly.
All of these things, taken together are what the moderator was asking Trump to take at face value if Hillary wins.
Ultimately, the best remedy for any of this? YOU. The ordinary American Voter.
Show up to vote.
If the vote isn’t close, they can’t fudge the numbers.