High Profile Deep State Conspirators and The Minion Media

Three times since June, high profile witnesses, including deep state “Russia Hoax” conspirators testified in front of Congress and the “Minion Media” went apoplectic promoting other stories to dominate the national narrative.

  • 19 Jun DOJ IG Michael Horowitz testified in front of the House Intel Committee About His Report on the Hillary Clinton server investigation
    • On 15 Jun media hysteria over child separation at the border blew up and overshadowed Horowitz.
  • 12 July Disgraced FBI Agent Peter Struck Testified, followed on13 and 16 July by his disgraced Justice department lawyer lover Lisa Page.
    • On 16 July the Trump Putin Summit sent the Media into orbit.
  • 28 August Disgraced ex. Justice Department #4 in command Bruce Ohr testified
    • McCain’s passing on 25 August provided ideal opportunity to bash President Trump. Nothing cooked up here, but over the top, week-long coverage fitting the death of a sitting President dominated all media to the exclusion of Ohr’s testimony.

Do You Remember the Hyperbolic Coverage?

First came the border hysteria. President Trump was blamed for enforcing the law. President Obama’s administration separated children from their parents, without protest. The double standard is undeniable.

Next came the Trump/Putin Summit. Democrats would only have been happy if President Trump had started a war with Russia. I’m no fan of Russia, or Putin, but America needs to get along with them. Far better to find common ground than to go to war. The “collusion” lie cooked up and spread by the democrat party formed their outrage’s foundation. Here’s the real reason behind the collusion hoax.

Most recently Senator John McCain’s passing, and unending love fest (from the very people who tried to destroy him in 2012’s presidential campaign) gave pretext to avoid Ohr coverage that would damage the Russia Hoax narrative.

Each over the top democrat party/”Minion Media” frenzy corresponded with testimony on the Hill. Sure, it’s possible these are coincidences, but with each event, that becomes much less likely.

Now, the Nation is waiting for President Trump to declassify and order the release of critical documents, including un-redacted pages from the FISA Warrants, that reporters like Sarah Carter claim contain damning evidence of FBI/Justice Department coordinated corruption and efforts to frame Donald Trump.

What will the media use as cover to overshadow potentially the most important news story of deep state treachery in our lifetimes? Hurricane Florence is ongoing. Democrats and the “Minion Media” successfully attacked George W. Bush for federal Katrina response, so no doubt they will try and create armageddon from Florence. They will seek every potential angle to damage President Trump’s administration. Mark my words!

The President is best served holding the release until after the storm passes. Don’t give the media an easy out. The American People must hear the full story of the conspiracy involving the DNC, Hillary and her Campaign, the Obama Administration, and swamp treachery. We have clear evidence of a deep state black operation fitting of the KGB orchestrating a Central American coup, here in America!

What if Romney or McCain Were Running Part 2?

What if Romney or McCain were Running in the 2016 GOP Primaries? Mitt Romney unleashed a blistering condemnation of Donald Trump, the GOP front-runner, on Thursday, followed quickly by John McCain’s piling on. They speak from positions as elected Republicans, but also as the previous two Republican Presidential nominees, both of who were defeated in the general election by President Obama. It raises an interesting question: how would their nomination runs stack up in comparison to the 2016 GOP primaries?

So far, 15 states held their GOP nominating contests, with the 16th going today. CHART 1 compares the state-by-state vote totals between 2008, 2012 and 2016. Those comparisons show that the votes cast in all but 2 (Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia) of the second 15 contests in 2016 exceed the totals from either 2008 or 2012.

CHART 1: More Total Votes Were Cast In 13 of the second 15 Contests In 2016 Compare To Either 2012 Or 2008. Only Puerto Rico and The District of Columbia Are Outliers

CHART 1: More Total Votes Were Cast In 13 of the second 15 Contests In 2016 Compare To Either 2012 Or 2008. Only Puerto Rico and The District of Columbia Are Outliers

When the total votes from all 15 states are compared, as shown in CHART 2, the magnitude of 2016’s turn out is revealed. So far, 7.3 million more votes were cast in 2016 than in 2012 (up 57.7%), and 7.49 million more than in 2008 (up 59.6%). So how would Romney or McCain be doing if they ran in 2016 with the same vote totals from their winning 2012 and 2008 campaigns?

CHART 2: Total Votes Cast In First 30 GOP Nomination Contests: 2016 (20,053,961), 2012 (12,716,683), 2008 (12,522,162)

CHART 2: Total Votes Cast In First 30 GOP Nomination Contests: 2016 (20,053,961), 2012 (12,716,683), 2008 (12,522,162)

CHART 3 compares the winning candidate’s vote totals from each of the second 15 nominating contests. The data shows that with the same votes, the winner in 2016 would have won in 2008 and 2012 in 11 of the 15 states. When the first 15 contests are added in, the 2016 contest winners would have taken 23 of the first 30 contests compared against 2012 and 2008 winners combined.

CHART 3: 11 Of 15 States Had More Votes Cast In 2016 For The Winner Than In 2012 Or 2008 Combined. 23 Of The First 30 Contests Had More Votes Cast In 2016 Than 2012 Or 2008 Combined.

CHART 3: 11 Of 15 States Had More Votes Cast In 2016 For The Winner Than In 2012 Or 2008 Combined. 23 Of The First 30 Contests Had More Votes Cast In 2016 Than 2012 Or 2008 Combined.

TABLE 1 shows the raw vote totals for the second 15 GOP contests, and breaks out those won by Mitt Romney in 2012 and John McCain in 2008 in blue. Head to head, Romney would have lost all but three of the second 15 states. When the first 15 states are added in, Romney would have lost 25 of the first 30 GOP contests (Vermont, Kentucky, Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, and North Caroline). He would have likely dropped out by now.

Table 1: Mitt Romney Would Have Only Won 4 Of The Second 15 Contests, McCain Only 2.

Table 1: Mitt Romney Would Have Only Won 4 Of The Second 15 Contests, McCain Only 2.

When McCain’s totals are put to the test, he fares even worse. He would have been defeated in all but three contests out of the first 30 (Vermont, District of Columbia, and Kentucky), and also would have likely dropped out.

So what does this tell us?

  • First, it indicates that the 2016 GOP turnout is very high, up over 57% so far compared to the last two nominating contests. The GOP will need millions more votes in the general election to win than Romney got in 2012. So far, those voters are turning out.
  • Second, its now clear that both Romney and McCain would have been soundly defeated if they had run in 2016 and received their winning votes from 2012 and 2008 respectively. As a result, their moral positions as beaten GOP candidates is heavily blunted.
  • Republican voters soundly defeated establishment candidates. They are speaking, but the GOP establishment refuses to listen. The Trump and Cruz campaigns, along with their voters and the establishment must come together this fall in order to defeat whomever the democrat candidate is.
  • The opposite voting pattern is occurring in the Democrat Race, and the front runner has serious legal problems.

Data from USElectionAtlas.Org