Hackers Out in Force to Obscure Trump Debate Win in Online Polls

Everywhere from Breitbart to Drudgereport, polls for voting for which presidential candidate won the debate are being hacked tonight by DNC subcontractors.  These would be the same subcontractors as the ones revealed to be paying violent activists to incite violence at trump rallies, and who are linked to the Clinton campaign. 

Exavier • a few seconds ago

61,393 on the Breitbart poll

27,346 on the Drudge poll

That ‘s all ? Something doesn’t add up.

Millions of people read Drudge

Same for Breitbart

They are trying to make it look like it’s over. Hillary won. Why try? Give up? You can’t do anything to stop it. It’s exactly why they claimed earlier today she won the election, its too steep a comeback. They are trying to instill a learned helplessness, a why try what can my vote do mentality!

It’s soooo obvious.

Hilary trolls infesting us to bad we can’t delete them.why would a Hilary supporter be stupid enough to come in here if they weren’t being paid

Something very weird happening with the poll right now. Googleads, and many other routings happening simultaneously, and won’t accept my vote. I am extremely confused. Cyber attack live and in color? Comments section basically proves my theory.

The poll has been hacked by the Hillary Clinton campaign and they are blaming the Russians.

They have hacked the polls here and on Drudge. If they cheat and hack the election, it is the patriotic duty of every American to become well armed and take to the streets and organize to take the country back from these Marxist usurpers. Sadly enough, the time has come to water the tree of liberty. Those who refuse to join don’t deserve to be free or enjoy the fruits of liberty purchased by so many who went before them.

 Been trying to vote here and on Drudge and my vote will not register.

 Carl Jarson6 minutes ago

For anyone to think Trump can come back from how far behind in the polls he is, means you are DELUSIONAL!

We cannot win the White House. At best we have to keep the senate and house.

Trump is DONE


corbyj • 9 minutes ago


I’m having problems with the poll, the button to vote just turns….not sure if it accepted my vote

David • 10 minutes ago

 vote is locked up, someting fishy

Why is it not allowing me to vote?

Have tried voting for Trump 10x. Won’t take my vote. Correct The Record paid Hillary shills are raiding this poll!


[comments; Breitbart]

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Professional Republicanism Beneficiaries Melting Down

Professional Republicanism Beneficiaries Melting Down 8.2Recently, political pundit, author, and radio host Hugh Hewitt compared presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to “stage-four cancer,” and called for the GOP to replace him at the upcoming convention with a candidate more to Hewitt’s liking.1  Hewitt feels he is entitled to issue this edict because he remained neutral until the primary was over.  In essence, Hewitt is saying that because he waited to see if he would get what he wanted, and didn’t; he is entitled to demand that the GOP hit the reset button that will supersede the will of Republican voters. 

Hewitt cloaks his disdain for rank and file Americans, poised to elect a representative president who puts America’s interests first, in the supposed threat that “we’re going to get killed with this nominee” against Hillary Clinton.  Hewitt, however, did hedge his bet by extending a poisoned olive branch.  If Trump would undergo a “personality transplant,” Hewitt would touch his scepter to Trump’s shoulders.

Translation: If Trump would assent to becoming an establishment tool in Professional Republicanism, where incumbents and pundits alike profit in season and out of season (weather the people win, or the people lose), the gravy train Hewitt rides might welcome Trump aboard. 

What this self-anointed super-duper delegate is missing is there exists now a critical mass of Americans tired of the rigged systems in both parties; that enriches insiders at the expense of decimating the American worker.  Nothing probably better points this out than the Golden State’s presidential primary vote.

The California primary results show 1,174,892 votes cast for Trump.  And while Hillary garnered 1,940,616 Democrat votes, her Democrat opponent Bernie Sanders, who leads a sizable rabble of disenfranchised voters, got 1,502,043 votes.2  That’s a million and a half voters with a sizable number of them ardently opposed to crooked Hillary, and business as usual.

What this means, and what a reliable political pundit would be pointing out, is that those two factors clearly put California in ‘play’ for the Republican party.  The last time a Republican candidate carried California was 1988 with George H.W. Bush (and that by virtue of Reagan’s shadow).  That was 24 years ago.3

While it’s not easy to forecast the percentage of crossover voters from Sanders’ camp who will vote Republican in the general election, Trump has been ingeniously courting those voters for months.  At his rallies, Trump has been highlighting the singular issue on which he and Sanders do agree: The economy.  And that message is what resonates loudest with most Sanders supporters. 

Specifically, the banks are allowed to play by rules that let them commit fraud, rig markets, and steal from depositors without a single banker going to jail.  That portion of Sander’s people holding a piece of the 6 trillion outstanding, non-dischargeable, student loan debt are looking for a leader who will get them a fare deal.

Another economic polarizing point the two candidates agree on is the view that American trade deals favor everyone but the American worker; who has seen a horrific decline in manufacturing jobs since Bill Clinton’s NAFTA (soon to be outdone by TPP).   

Finally, Americans need jobs to return; weather you’re looking for an entry level manufacturing job to start a career, or somewhere to put that degree to work so you can get out of your parent’s basement.  

So, it is very likely that after the emotional discharge of disappointment runs its course for Sander’s supporters, one very important reality will set in.  Between establishment-Hillary and outsider-Trump, only one of them stands a chance of making real changes that will benefit the average American.  That’s successful businessman, Donald Trump.  

With California still as our example, lets look at those 1,940,616 Hillary Democrats.  Even if her criminal activities don’t catch up to her in the form of criminal charges before November, she has Donald Trump to face.  The scrutiny he is going to put her under for her criminal record and her failed service record will create many clear headed Democrats who will put America first. 

While the foregoing is considerable, there are other allowances to be made in our Golden State scenario.

If we allow for the 176,620 votes cast for John Kasich, and the 144,125 cast for Ted Cruz, and the 54,145 cast for Ben Carson to contribute to Trump in the general election; that’s another 774,890 voters in play, and they will probably side with Trump instead of Hillary. 

And in all these numbers, there is one bigger number yet to be considered.

California has 17,915,053 registered voters.4  At press time, over 10 million of them didn’t vote in the primary, but could be energized to vote in the general election in November.  And if the Trump campaign has shown us anything, it’s that Trump is probably the most energizing candidate in the history of American politics.  At this point he has earned 1.4 million votes more than any other Republican candidate in history.5

It is this phenomenal rise of an American populist that has Professional Republicanism beneficiaries melting down.  They have profited by, and enjoyed their preen as, purported oracles of the Republican Party.  As paid mouthpieces utilized by the ruling class to placate the masses with a false narrative of struggle and accomplishment, they have successfully insulated themselves between voters and representatives to become unelected rulers over isolated souls commuting from toil to increasingly regulated respite.  

Mercifully, the tether was finally drawn too tight.  The resulting trickle of blood carries in it the latent taste of liberty, and the body is waking.

In light only these sobering observations, I will answer Hewitt’s prediction of Republicans getting “killed” with Trump as our nominee with one of my own: When the Trump landslide takes place in November, the most significant residue that will be left of Hewitt’s prognostication, and perhaps Hewitt’s career, will be the punctuation mark at the end of his last sentence.


1  “Hugh Hewitt: GOP Should Change Convention Rules to Dump Trump,” Breitbart (June 9, 2016). http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/08/hugh-hewitt-gop-change-rules-dump-trump-let-convention-decide/


2  “California Primary Restults,” New York Times (June 8, 2016).  http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/california

3  Whenwasthe.com (February 27, 2015). http://www.whenwasthe.com/last-time-california-voted-republican-in-the-presidential-election/

4  “California’s registered voters hit high ahead of Tuesday presidential primary,” Los Angeles Times (June 9, 2016) http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-sac-essential-politics-california-new-voters-voter-registration-primary-htmlstory.html

5  “History! Trump Shatters Republican Primary Vote Record by 1.4 Million Votes,” Gateway Pundit (June 7, 2016), http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/06/trump-trumps-wins-historic-race-record-fashion/

Posted in Politics | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Barriers to Hillary Clinton

The candidates, delegates, and assorted volunteers at the upcoming Democratic National Convention will protected by a “no-scale” fence.  While the design of the fence has not been revealed yet, ‘no-scale’ implies it will probably include repellent features, and be high enough to prevent people from climbing over it.1  Whatever the construction of the fence, it’s sure to be an impressive barrier.  And it should draw the attention of presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. 

Hillary weighed in on the idea of such barriers only a few days ago in response to the promise of presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump to build a impenetrable wall along our southern border.

“Instead of building walls,” Hillary said, “we need to be tearing down barriers.”2

Bernie Sanders supporters should pay special attention to the efforts Hillary expends in ‘tearing down barriers’ once they go up around the convention. 

If Hillary lets the barrier stand, it may clearly reveal two important things about her character to you: Hillary doesn’t care about the safety or wellbeing of the average American on the street, and she’s only interested in protecting herself and other establishment cronies

The plan to build a Trump is in direct response to murderers, rapists, and drug-dealers pouring over our border and victimizing countless Americans for decades.  It offers Americans protection that is long overdue. 

That alone justifies its completion, but there is also damage to untold Americans in higher taxes to pay for illegal immigrant’s welfare payments, schooling, subsidized housing, medical care, disability payments, and second language service requirements for utilities and government services.

And then there is the price of incarcerating them in our prisons.

Sanders supporters should be able to detect a pattern when the Democratic convention begins: 

Hillary is lying when – she claims classified emails, that may have jeopardized national security, weren’t sent through her private email server. 

Hillary is lying when – she claims a poorly made video prevented her from sending help to our embassy and got our people killed in Benghazi. 

Hillary is lying when – she says she’s not looking out for the best interests of the too-big-to-fail banks. 

Hillary is lying when – she says she didn’t’ sell favors for millions as Secretary of State.

Hillary is lying when – she claims we don’t need an impenetrable wall on our southern border. 

Hillary is lying when – she says she looking out for you. 



1 http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Wells-Fargo-Center-Xfinity-Live-to-Be-Inside-Perimeter-Secret-Service-Says-382433501.html


Posted in Politics | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Hillary University: Hillary Defrauds Taxpayers of $55 Million to Pocket $16 Million

The biggest scandal to break in University foul play comes from Hillary University where then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton guided $55 million to a for-profit university conglomerate to get over $16 million in kick-backs.

As revealed by Peter Schweizer in Clinton Cash, before Bill Clinton had to flee his post as honorary chancellor of Laureate Education amid criminal investigations into its operations; he received $16 million from Laureate for five years ‘work’ as a masthead.

Of course, that’s absurd. 

It turns out Hillary phenomenally increased the grant money channeled to Laureate after Bill got on board.  The year before Bill, grants from the State Department and affiliated USAID totaled $9million in 2009.

In Bill year one, 2010, grants increased to $15 million.  In Bill year two, 2011, grants increased to $14 million.  In Bill year three, 2012, grants increased to $25 million. (link)

That is how the Clinton crime family does the math, and how we taxpayers foot the bill.  Need relief from student loan debt because the degree that was sold you can’t procure employment: Oh no, that debt can’t be discharged in bankruptcy.  But if you’re the Clintons, you can swindle those same taxpayers out of tens of millions of dollars to provide for Chelsea’s future criminal career with no questions asked by the Main Stream Media. 

At all.

The Clintons are a crime syndicate.  The worst part, is they mascaraed as public servants while putting the public in servitude to pay off their multi-million dollar thefts from the public they pledged to serve. 

Donald Trump has it right: Crooked Hillary!

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

When Trump Comes to Town

When Trump Comes to Town

(to the turn of: “When Love Comes to Town“)

I was a Republican, I couldn’t let it be
We were under the waves, I said ‘party to recuse me’
They said ‘we’re fighters, the Democrats are dead’
Now I’m seeing, I’m assured, both parties are wed

When Trump comes to town I’m gonna jump that train
When Trump comes to town I’m gonna catch that plane
Maybe I was wrong to ever follow those clowns
But I did what I did before Trump came to town
Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

As In The Days of Noah

As the Days of NoahMany understand that God’s design and ordination of marriage is spelled out clearly in the first book of the Bible.  The account is unambiguous and straight forward, but it is also startling for its revelation of God’s foreknowledge of what mankind would descend into when it revisited the days of Noah.  Take special note that after God stated: “It is not good that the man should be alone” (Gen 2:18), and that He would make a mate for him, He instead went to work and formed every animal and bird into existence, and brought them to Adam, who subsequently named them all.   When the task was complete, we read “but for Adam was not found” a mate (Gen 2:20).  So, God put Adam to sleep, took one of his ribs and made a woman out of it, and brought her to Adam. 

If the chronology of the events doesn’t strike you as puzzling, you weren’t paying attention. Continue reading

Posted in Dynamic Content, Marriage, The Day of Antichrist | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Confused About Gender

Mens RoomNorth Carolina recently passed a law that requires persons to use public restrooms that match the biological identity listed on their birth certificates.  Shock and awe – President Obama’s Justice Department is suing them.  This is the same president who defiled the White House by lighting it up with God’s covenant colors promising not to destroy the world again by flood to celebrate the Supreme Court’s ruling that homosexual marriage is Constitutional right. 

Right. Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment