Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The Hypocritical Washington Post and Others

The Washington Post - Lots of Americans agree with Donald Trump about ‘rigged elections’.  The point of the article is that people who believed the system is rigged are conspiracy theorists and that there is no evidence of the election being rigged. Oddly enough, the Washington Post itself recommended rigging the election by violating the integrity of the electoral college. Which I pointed out back in March.

The Washington Post - The electoral college could still stop Trump, even if he wins the popular vote. The Washington Post was not alone in this push.

NY Daily News -  Here’s how the Electoral College could prevent a Donald Trump presidency, even if he wins the popular vote.

The Hill - Republican threatens to deny Trump Electoral College vote

The Daily Beast - Confessions of an Elector: Only 270 Voters Really Get To Decide Who Our Next President Will Be

The Daily Beast - Election Hackers Could Erase You

The Washington Post - Donald Trump says the election is ‘rigged.’ Here’s what his supporters think that means.  The article basically says that Trump supporters believe people will fraudulently vote and then says how this is ridiculous.

Here are two videos of people working for the Hillary campaign outlining how they are attempting to rig the election by having people vote multiple times and by inciting violence at Trump rallies and all kinds of other dirty tricks. How come the Washington Post hasn't discussed this.

YouTube - Project Veritas Action - Rigging the Election - Video I: Clinton Campaign and DNC Incite Violence at Trump Rallies. Video below.

YouTube - Project Veritas Action - Rigging the Election - Video II: Mass Voter Fraud.

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