Roundup Of The Third Presidential Debate

Constitution, Debt, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, Hillary Clinton, IMMIGRATION, Republicans

Good retort from Trump on trade: “I disagreed with Ronald Reagan.”

I’m being honest. Trump won the 2nd debate, not the 3rd.

Spending more doesn’t increase the deb. LOL.

Crappy Chris Wallace’s questions:

Hillary doesn’t know her ass from Aleppo:

Why didn’t Trump blurt out that Clinton Foundation rigged an election in Haiti?

Trump’s locution:

Motormouth Clinton even manages to make business look bad compared to a government job:

She killed jobs, never created em. Why didn’t he say it?


Nukes: Another missed opportunity:

If I were preparing Trump to one-two punch Hillary on her Putin prattle, I’d have told him to say, “Now there’s a conspiracy theory.”



Gun rights:

Clinton should have been nailed strongly on the Constitution as a living document.

How Does Trump Win A Debate With The Crooked Media Filtering It?

Donald Trump, Media

Tell me: How does Donald Trump win with the crooked media? When he wins, media say en masse ( or enact it, in the case of SNL) that he lost.

He won the second debate hands-down. Hillary Clinton was on the ropes, worn out. The malfunctioning media right away began transmitting that Trump lost. Which is what prompted me to write in advance of the debate’s conclusion that, “Despite What The Moron Media Will Say, TRUMP Won 2nd Presidential Debate.”

After the 2nd winning debate, the crooked media filtered and refracted it through their twisted lens. To that end, they showed very little excerpts of it, allowing the amnesic public to forget Trump’s masterful, overall knockout.

At the onset, when announcing for president, Trump ought to have started his own TV channel.

Newsgate 2016:

UPDATED (10/19): No Voter Fraud? No Rigged System?

Democracy, Elections, Ethics


The United States has a long and unfortunate history of election fraud. The Heritage Foundation is providing a list of election fraud cases from across the country, broken down by state, where individuals were either convicted of vote fraud, or where a judge overturned the results of an election. This is not an exhaustive list but simply a sampling that demonstrates the many different ways in which fraud is committed. …

More from A. J. Delgado:

More from Heritage:

“In what sense is the system rigged?” asks Pat Buchanan, and he answers:

Consider Big Media — the elite columnists and commentators, the dominant national press, and the national and cable networks, save FOX. Not in this writer’s lifetime has there been such blanket hatred and hostility of a presidential candidate of a major party.

“So what?” They reply. “We have a free press!”

But in this election, Big Media have burst out of the closet as an adjunct of the regime and the attack arm of the Clinton campaign, aiming to bring Trump down.

Half a century ago, Theodore White wrote of the power and bias of the “adversary press” that sought to bring down Richard Nixon.

“The power of the press in America,” wrote Teddy, “is a primordial one. It sets the agenda of public discussion; and this sweeping power is unrestrained by any law. It determines what people will talk about and think about — an authority that in other nations is reserved for tyrants, priests, parties and mandarins.”

On ABC’s “This Week,” Newt Gingrich volunteered on Sunday that, “without the unending one-sided assault of the news media, Trump would be beating Hillary by 15 points.”

On this one, Newt is right. …

UPDATE (10/19): In many ways, voting is a fraud.

CNN Journo Brian Stelter Declares It Dangerous To Question Integrity of System

Critique, Donald Trump, Elections, Government, Journalism, Left-Liberalism, Media

For a journalist to discourage an inquisitive stance, even distrust, toward government and the elections process is astounding. That’s CNN Journo Brian Stelter for you.

After a primary in which the delegate system, Republican and Democrat, was exposed for the truly iffy operation it is—the smarmy Mr. Stelter still inveighs against any skepticism at all about voting irregularities in America. To even suggest as much is “dangerous,” Stelter declared.

In his “Trump’s Biggest Lies” segment, Stelter offers non sequitur, assertion, as opposed to argument, and no facts for his position. This Stelter does not consider “a propaganda technique.”

One particular Stelter howler:

Journos “are not anti-Trump, they’re pro-democracy.”

In his assertion of no voter fraud, Stelter, a man bereft of an inquiring mind, fails to consider the redefining of what includes voter fraud. Indirect voter fraud. For example, the “Feds wrongly granting citizenship to hundreds facing deportation.” These, and many other recipients of “mistaken” grants of government privilege, might vote. Voting by illegals turned legal will result in a form of voter fraud, caused by government. This indirect voter fraud is not covered by law or considered by those researching voter fraud.

Brian Stelter is dangerous to journalism.