The media and Mr Trump

I’ll start with this to set the scene: Anti-Trump Media Is Waging Psychological Warfare Against the American People.

They hate Trump and they want him removed from office. They hate the American people who voted for Trump and insult them repeatedly by calling them racists, xenophobes, and worse.

None of this is happening by accident. The anti-Trump media, which is most of the media, is waging a psychological war against the American people.

They are using every resource they have to convince you to hate Trump as much as they do, and they’re doing it every single hour of every single day.

I will then add this from Drudge.


And I’ll finish with this: That NBC poll showing 49 percent in favor of impeaching Trump has some VERY interesting internals where you find this among other useful information.

The next US election, which is exactly a year from now, is far far from a certainty in how the vote will go. But it is an election that will determine a good deal about our future across the West. But then, who cares since many/most of us won’t be there to see what finally unfolds, and our “elites” are already building their barricades to protect themselves.

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17 Responses to The media and Mr Trump

  1. Scott Osmond

    Wasn’t it the pollsters oversampling democrats that gave them the idea that Killery was a shoe in? They’ve learned nothing. How many just don’t answer the calls?

  2. sabena

    When considering the next election,remember these historical facts:
    1.Nearly two thirds of presidents seeking re election have succeeded (22 re elected,9 not).
    2.The reasons for those not re elected vary but there are matters in common:-
    (a) the economy (van Buren 1840,Harrison 1892,Hoover 1932,Carter 1980)
    (b) viable third party candidate(Taft 1912,GHW Bush 1992)
    (c) scandal(Ford 1976)
    (d) party seeking a third or more consequential term(Taft 1912,Ford 1976,GHW Bush 1992)
    (e) previous undemocratic result( JQAdams)
    (f) party split(JAdams)
    So historically Trump has a 71% chance of re election.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle

    Why would a Trump supporter answer a poll?
    There’s no guarantee your details won’t be leaked onto the internet and you then lose your job.

  4. Iampeter

    Anything you criticize about the media applies to you too, Steve.
    Pro-Trump commentary is just as unhinged and dishonest as the anti-Trump.

    And if you are a Trump supporter you are about as much on the side of Western Civilization as Elizabeth Warren supporters.

    You have a lot to figure out, but I’m not holding my breath…

  5. Ubique

    Shoo-in (for something) Shoo-in (to do something) (informal): a person or team that will win easily.

  6. Ubique


    “The term shoo-in originated in the early 20th century. The earliest instances relate to horse racing, with the shoo-ins being horses that are destined to win through either dominance or race fixing. The earliest instance listed in the OED is from 1928, and we are unable to find any examples from earlier. The word seems to have blown up in the 1930s, though, and historical Google News and Books searches uncover numerous examples from that decade and the 40s. By the 1960s it was in use outside horse racing.”

  7. Ubique

    President Trump is a shoo-in for the 2020 Presidential election.

  8. max

    by Joe Bob Briggs:

    Trump doesn’t believe anything. Trump is like Luminol.

    He doesn’t have any real opinions. He finds whatever people are mad about and says “I can fix it.” He probably can’t fix it, but he’s talking about things that nobody else wants to fix.” He sees the blood on the floor.

    Second, it’s the very people who hate Trump the most who created Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump voters have consistently told us why they”re voting for Trump.

    It’s a political movement based on the First Amendment.

    why 40-plus-percent of the American population would feel stifled and silenced?

    Most Americans don”t believe in dividing speech into “protected speech”and “hate speech.” Most Americans believe that all speech is protected, even speech that some people regard as hateful. Most Americans think it’s okay to be an old coot with unpopular opinions. Most Americans feel that the federal government should get out of their business.

    They fear Hillary because they fear that more of their speech will be taken away, and more of their local control. They don”t love Donald but they know he”ll “say whatever he wants.”

    They remember a time when they could also say whatever they wanted to say, too, but that time was more than thirty years ago.

    they”re not voting for Donald Trump because he’s a swell guy, they”re voting for the restoration of their personal liberty.

  9. Bruce of Newcastle

    The Dem congresscritters are even more of a “boot out” than Trump is a “shoe in”.

    Pelosi’s merry maniacs have been splitting their time between hysterical double-secret basement impeachment and totally looney legislation:

    Pelosi lists House-passed bills stalled in Senate amid impeachment attacks (3 Nov)

    • H.R. 1 – For The People Act – Sent to the Senate 239 days ago.

    Make Trump release his tax returns.

    • H.R. 8 – Bipartisan Background Checks Act – Sent to the Senate 248 days ago.

    Persecute firearm owners some more.

    • H.R. 7 – Paycheck Fairness Act – Sent to the Senate 220 days ago.

    Wymminses pay must equal male pay.

    • H.R. 1585 – VAWA Reauthorization Act – Sent to the Senate 212 days ago.

    Male bashing.

    • H.R. 9 – Climate Action Now Act – Sent to the Senate 184 days ago.

    Bend over for Gaia.

    • H.R. 5 – Equality Act – Sent to the Senate 169 days ago.

    Qwerties more equal than other animals Act.

    • H.R. 6 – Dream and Promise Act – Sent to the Senate 151 days ago.

    Illegal migrants welcome mat.

    • H.R. 582 – Raise the Wage Act – Sent to the Senate 107 days ago.

    Put waitresses out of work Act.

    All of it is partisan fertilizer, absolutely nothing has been relevant to what the voters want or need.

  10. FelixKruell

    I’m confused at the point here. The polls are showing around half of adults support impeaching the president. Are you disputing these polls are accurate? Or what exactly…

  11. stackja

    Never Trump don’t get it.

  12. Beachcomber

    But then, who cares since many/most of us won’t be there to see what finally unfolds, ………….

    Don’t be so sure about that. It is all unfolding very quickly.

  13. Scott Osmond

    Felix, yes. The polls have gotten a lot wrong lately. Brexit, polls said stay with the EU, even the Brexiteers were talking how and why they lost after the polls closed and the counting had not even started. Later on they won. 2016 US election remember? 98% chance of Shrillary winning. As the night went on the number shrank and the faces on the telly got longer and sadder. 2019 Australian election? Labor thought they’d win. The pollsters in the US and UK oversample from the side they want to win. It’s called gaslighting. Demoralise the deplorables, sap any momentum and most importantly make those who might support something other than the left keep their mouths shut. Silence afterall is consent. Things are a bit different in Australia with compulsory voting but Labor still didn’t win to the shock of all the experts.

  14. struth

    by Joe Bob Briggs:

    Trump doesn’t believe anything. Trump is like Luminol.

    He doesn’t have any real opinions. He finds whatever people are mad about and says “I can fix it.” He probably can’t fix it, but he’s talking about things that nobody else wants to fix.” He sees the blood on the floor.

    Don’t you get tired of these weaklings who must make the “I hate Tump too” statement before they continue.

    At least later he makes a point.
    Unlike Iampoyda above, again.

  15. In 2020, Trump will win with a minimum 326 electoral college votes.
    Bank on it.

  16. FelixKruell

    Scott :

    The polls have gotten a lot wrong lately.

    I agree with that. But this didn’t seem to be the argument Steve was making?

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