A weekend reprieve and we’re right back at it! Kicked off the show today with a discussion on presidential polls and what they can and cannot tell us about the election. It is important to note that polls are not scientific, they only show trends. Many of the mainstream media polls have Hillary up with sizeable margins. From Wikileaks, we’re learning that bias may well be built into many of them. One clear case showed a 9-point bias favoring democrats. Some pollsters are over sampling democrats, giving the illusion Hillary will be the huge winner.
We discussed the Hillary/Podesta e-mails that continue to be released from Wikileaks. They expose the liberal elites for who they really are. They don’t care about you, or the little guy. What they care about is growing their power and influence. The e-mails show coordination between the Hillary campaign and Super PACs. When asked about the e-mail, democrats pivot by blaming the Russians for the exposure without commenting on what the emails reveal.
Joining us during our second hour was Drew Elliot from the North State. NSJ is a state-wide newspaper growing daily. This week’s editorial cartoon was brilliant, focusing on the “dream questions” that candidates would like to be asked. We then discussed Drew’s editorial which focused on the partisanship present in an organization such as the River Keepers. River Keeper, which appears to be an environmental group, is committing fraud by inaccurately reporting the damages of Hurricane Matthew to further their political agenda. In other words, they’re not just interested in clean rivers, they’re interested in getting funding for political propaganda.
In our final segments, we discussed a report on hurricane disasters in the United States by NOAA. It has been eleven years since the last major hurricane, category three or stronger, hit the US. This is the longest stretch since records have been kept starting in 1851. This fact is inconsistent with the claims of climate change fanatics and is, therefore an “inconvenient truth.” We ended out discussion with political pivots and spins, something with which the Clinton campaign has become very adept. Never taking responsibility, but instead blaming someone else. Polls are showing more people trust Trump than the media. What does this tell us about where we are heading?